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06.10.2014
Product specifications, prices, ship dates and availability are subject to change without notice. The 1965 versions of Morocco Mole and Secret Squirrel.Secret Squirrel is a series of Spy Fiction parody cartoon shorts made by Hanna-Barbera in 1965 as the lead segment of a Three Shorts series that also featured Squiddly Diddly and Winsome Witch. BLACK Morale Patches Can match a variety of gear and uniforms including: SWAT, POLICE, Black Tactical Caps, Urban Digital, and City Camo. It was later revived in 1993 as Super Secret Secret Squirrel, in another Three Shorts format headlined by 2 Stupid Dogs.In both versions, Secret Squirrel is a Funny Animal spy. Most decals have matching patches, check out the Related Items below for matching products! Sometimes the base paper will stick to the vinyl, so try and peel from an alternate angle if the occurs to cleanly separate. Be sure and press down hard on the vinyl parts so when you pull off the tape, the vinyl will stay on the surface.
Bumbling Sidekick: Morocco Mole assists Secret Squirrel on his missions, but frequently messes up due to his stupidity. Da Chief: Secret Squirrel's superior is Double Q, a balding man who respects his competence, but is frequently annoyed by his tendency to enter his office in ways other than using the front door.
Expressive Mask: The eyeholes of the hat Secret wears over his face are somehow able to register his emotions.
Eye-Obscuring Hat: Subverted by Secret Squirrel, whose hat brim almost touches his nose, but has two eye holes so that he can see.
Fake Defector: "Not So Idle Idol" had Secret attempt to gain Yellow Pinkie's trust by pretending to go renegade after Double Q agreed to pretend to fire him. Loophole Abuse: One episode has Double Q threaten to fire Secret if he doesn't enter his office using a door. When Secret enters by making a door in the ceiling, Double Q fires him for not using the front door, only for Morocco Mole to point out that he said "a door" and that therefore Secret followed his instructions to the letter.
He tries to discredit Secret Squirrel by creating five robot doubles and ordering them to commit crimes, but his creations turn on him when Secret uses a recording to reveal to the robots that Dangit intends to dispose of them once they've served their purpose. Secret has an allegiance-switching gun in "Scuba Duba Duba", which he uses to make Scuba Duba's shark turn on him.
After Secret was disintegrated by his own laser gun, Morocco swept up his ashes while retreating to think of a new strategy in capturing Yellow Pinkie. Suspiciously Similar Substitute: In the last three episodes, Yellow Pinkie is replaced by Hy Spy. Like Yellow Pinkie, Hy Spy is bald and is described as being Secret Squirrel's greatest foe. There Was a Door: A Running Gag is Double Q being annoyed by Secret Squirrel entering his office in every method but using the front door, which surprises him on the one occasion where Secret actually does use the front door. When the eel shocks him Secret's body momentarily disappears, leaving only his skeleton."Secret Squirrel?!" "In the flesh!" Specifically, the Super Secret version. An Arm and a Leg: Greg's motivation for villainy is that he's a gingerbread man whose leg was bitten off by the girl who baked him. Secret Squirrel names the result "Still Life without Parole", indicating that the Chameleon is still alive even though he can't move. If only he'd hooked up his extension cord to somewhere other than the Secret Service Solar Energy Station, then he wouldn't have been confronted by Secret Squirrel, Morocco Mole, and the Chief.
Artistic License ? Biology: Secret and Morocco use heat-sensor glasses to track down the Chameleon.


Asshole Victim: Hot Rodney endangered Morocco Mole to try and prevent Secret Squirrel from winning the race and incessantly gloated about how Secret's unwillingness to let Morocco die would make his victory a shoo-in.
When Secret tricked him into putting on the dynamite belt after he won the race, he totally deserved it. They also appear as their usual selves in "Scirocco Mole", along with Yogi Bear and Boo Boo. Reversing the situation, Secret and Morocco star in a dog biscuit ad featured in the Two Stupid Dogs episode "Let's Make a Right Price". Continuity Nod: In "Agent Penny", when Morocco Mole goes through the files during his first day of replacing Penny as the Chief's secretary, he mentions villains from previous episodes such as Goldflipper and Queen Bea. O even though his episode hadn't aired yet, though that may be because the episodes aired in a different order from when they were produced. Deadly Dodging: Used against One Ton, a rampaging panda whom Secret must stop but isn't allowed to attack. Amazingly, the guy falls for it, probably because Secret is rather disturbingly convincing as a girl squirrel. In "One Ton," Morocco suggests that what the villain needs is "a mate." One Gilligan Cut later and Secret is dressed as a sexy female panda.
However, it fails miserably, considering he gets beaten up offscreen by said villain pretty much immediately.
Disney Villain Death: The snake sorcerer that hatches from an egg at the end of "Egg" boasts about his reign of terror only to fall out the airplane's open door to his doom. Dumbass No More: Secret is less eccentric and more competent compared to his original version. Expressive Mask: The reflections in Morocco's sunglasses sometimes change shape according to his mood (for example, turning into exclamation points when he's surprised). Family-Unfriendly Death: Greg the gingerbread man gets eaten alive (onscreen no less) by a horde of hungry ants.
Flash Back: Goes recursive in "Scirocco Mole" when Morocco explains how his twin brother Scirocco has always bullied him. Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: Penny is the only character in the series to be fully dressed. The exhibits are in prison uniforms, making it more of a Super Secret Prison cunningly disguised as a Super Secret Zoo. Furry Reminder: Hot Rodney, a rooster, is at one point distracted from the race when Secret shoots corn in his direction. Going Commando: In "Voodoo Goat", it is established that voodoo dolls only work when used with a personal belonging of the person the doll represents. Secret manages to get his voodoo doll of the Voodoo Goat to work by stealing the villain's underwear. Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: As in the original, but now hardly anybody wears pants, as Secret quite often demonstrates when pulling open his coat to deploy gadgetry. Though Chief did seem to be quite embarrassed when it was revealed the bison wore bikini briefs in "Voodoo Goat". And, oddly enough, Secret removes a pair of shorts when changing behind a screen in "Agent Penny". Hoist by His Own Petard: After Hot Rodney wins the race, Secret gives him the same dynamite belt he strapped to Morocco Mole while claiming that it is a victory belt.
O," where the titular doctor cuts off all the lights in the world and blocks out the sun, leaving none of the characters able to see anything while the audience can still see them.


Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action: Queen Bea, a (wait for it) queen bee, is infatuated with Secret Squirrel, a squirrel. The Spy Fiction genre is instead parodied by making Secret highly competent with his sidekick Morocco Mole handling all the comic relief requirements. Karmic Death: The gingerbread man Greg ends up eaten by the same ants he used to steal all the candy to create a giant candy monster. Know When To Fold Them: The giant gorilla in "Agent Penny" gives himself up and vows to reform after Penny beats him. Hot Rodney does the same thing to Secret with the same claim of seeing Fred Flintstone during their race.
Loophole Abuse: In "One Ton," Secret was forbidden to hurt the titular villain because he is a panda which is protected by law as an endangered species. Works slightly better than usual, although Secret falls for, amongst other things, his own tail, before countering the effects with The Power of Hate. Malicious Misnaming: In his self-titled episode, the Quark repeatedly calls Secret Squirrel "Stupid Squirrel". In the episode "Agent Penny", he trades it for a variety of likewise indigo low-slung headgear.
In "Goldflipper," he does not wear it as part of his Squirrel Scout outfit, and is bare-faced.
And in "Doctor O," the hat is partially sucked off by a vacuum cleaner, briefly showing us Secret's face in a Freeze-Frame Bonus. Monster of the Week: Aside from "Agent Penny", each episode had a different villain and was named after said villain.
Secret also affects a lisp to mock him, making him sound more like the original Secret Squirrel. Near Villain Victory: Happens in "Hot Rodney", where the titular villain attempts to prevent Secret from winning the race by kidnapping Morocco Mole and having a bomb strapped to him while he's bound somewhere far from the racing track. In spite of Secret's best efforts to stall Hot Rodney while he rescues Morocco, Hot Rodney still wins the race, but Secret tricks him into wearing the dynamite belt he strapped to Morocco before he drives away.
After a brief cut to Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole returning to the race, Hot Rodney's car is flooded with tickets with no explanation for what he did to get them all. Not So Above It All: While usually portrayed as by-the-book and serious, Secret uses his shrunken state in the episode "Quark" to whisper into the Chief's ear in order to convince him to give Secret, Morocco, and Penny a raise as well as a three-week vacation at the French Riviera. O uses a satellite to block out the sun so that the entire country is shrouded in darkness. Once the case is solved, the Chief still can't find the bathroom until Secret explains that it is now nighttime and he forgot to turn on the lights. Unfortunately, the Chief is again prevented from relieving himself when Morocco beats him to the restroom. Puff of Logic: In Quark, Secret uses a dictionary to point out that quarks are a "hypothetical" subatomic particle, and makes the titular microscopic villain disappear. Sadistic Choice: The villain Hot Rodney does this during his race against Secret Squirrel by having his mechanic kidnap Morocco and have him tied up somewhere far from the racing track with a bomb strapped to him, forcing Secret to decide between rescuing his friend or to let him die in order to beat Hot Rodney.
Secret manages to save his friend in time, but ultimately loses the race, though he succeeds in giving Hot Rodney some last-minute comeuppance by tricking him into putting on the same dynamite belt that was strapped to Morocco.



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