After more than 20 years, Danger Mouse will be back on television screens at the end of September, and will be joined by new games and puzzles from Paul Lamond.
The children’s British animated television series first hit our screens in September 1981 and became one of the most viewed children’s TV series of its time.
Paul Lamond’s range of puzzles that has launched this autumn features Danger Mouse along with his trusty assistant, Ernest Penfold, alongside the programme’s other characters.
Richard Wells, sales director at Paul Lamond Games, said: “It is fantastic to be bringing this range to market in line with the revival of this renowned show. Danger Mouse is such an iconic character that many of us remember from our childhood, so this year our products are aimed at that market. The puzzles are 1,000 piece jigsaws and the Secret Agent card game is aimed at eight years and over. We also have plans to extend our Danger Mouse range in 2016.”
The new Danger Mouse series is set to return to our screens on CBBC on 28th September. Alexander Armstrong has replaced the original Danger Mouse voice of David Jason while Kevin Eldon, Richard Osmond and Stephen Fry will also feature.