Who watched Secret Squirrel on Saturday Morning in the Sixties?

Secret Squirrel was a cartoon persona developed by Hanna-Barbera as well as the name of their portion in The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show on TV, which came out in 1965. He was given his own show in 1966, titled The Secret Squirrel Show. Secret Squirrel and his fez-wearing sidekick Morocco Mole (that appeared comparable to Peter Lorre) fought criminals aided by the greatest weapon – tacky humor. Furnished with just a purple hat as well as a white overcoat covering up many different weird secret weaponry, he – sometimes referred to as SS or perhaps Secret Agent 000 – rounded up the most fiendish villains worldwide on behalf of the Double-Q Agency in The United Kingdom. Jointly they evaded such villains as Yellow Pinky (as their name in some manner did not instil as much dread Goldfinger), and while James Bond fled from getting caught through a laser beam embedded in his watch, SS utilized a much more hi-tech solution – a set of scissors he had disguised . underneath his hat. Secret Squirrel first showed up as part of The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show in back in 1965. Following just over one season together, the 2 title heroes parted ways to superstar in their own personal self-titled TV shows.

The 30 minute The Secret Squirrel Show had 3 specific cartoon segments: "Secret Squirrel", "Winsome Witch" and "Squiddly Diddly". SS initially made an appearance in a prime time cartoon special called The World of Secret Squirrel and Atom Ant, that was shown on NBC on September 12, 1965. But only a year later, Atom Ant and squirrel noticed that they proved helpful significantly better as a team, and The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show was reborn for a last season. The series would only last until 1968, however SS wasn’t done gracing the TV screen.More than 25 years later on, the nutty agent could be found in all-new shows on HB's Two Stupid Dogs, along with Morocco Mole along with a bull superior. SS served as a secret agent (the designation was "Agent 000"), getting instructions from his superior, known as Double-Q. Secret Squirrel ended up being assisted in his escapades by the fez hat wearing sidekick, Morocco Mole. Together they fought criminal activity and bad criminals by using sneaky along with a assortment of spy gadgets, including a machine gun cane, a collection of guns held within Secret's coat, along with a selection of gizmos disguised in his hat (that SS hardly ever removed).

Secret's persistent rival is Yellow Pinkie, who is a parody of Auric Goldfinger coming from Goldfinger and Kasper Gutman coming from The Maltese Falcon. The final couple of shows presented Hy-Spy, the master of technological study of criminals. The shows were a mocking of the popular secret agent category, with many of the shows components mocking those of the James Bond films. Later, in 1994, Secret began showing up in some new cartoon shows among the 2 Stupid Dogs shows. The show was named "Super-Secret Secret Squirrel" that has been voiced by Jess Harnell. A different identity in "Super-Secret Secret Squirrel" was a female squirrel with the name of Penny (with a massive crush on SS). In one show Queen Bea, Penny grew to become Secret Squirrel’s love interest while she tries to combat Queen Bea for his attention. With the conclusion of this show, Secret Squirrel cuddles both Penny along with Morocco saying that he really loves his pals.