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Danger 5: Stereo Adventures

Length: 4 hrs and 25 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (96 ratings)

Non-member price: $24.95

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This series contains mature themes and strong language and listener discretion is advised.

Danger 5! The super team of international spies that killed Hitler are back to take on a host of evildoers hell bent on world domination in Danger 5: Stereo Adventures.

Absurd humour overflows across eight fantastic missions as Danger 5 embark on a treasure hunt in the Bermuda Triangle, get cool and sexy at Dracula’s beach party, succumb to the dark secrets of the Congo jungle, go on legendary labours in the Greek islands, fall victim to bargain prices in a hellish Australian death-trap, go on the trail of a city squashing giant pussycat and get haunted by nightmares and nibbles in the spooky halls of Danger Manor.

Written by the creators of the original TV series and featuring the original voice cast, Danger 5: Stereo Adventures is a lush listening experience, complete with a 1960s inspired soundscape and exotic lounge soundtrack. Sit back, and let these all-new audio adventures tantalize your ears!

This is an Audible Original Podcast. Free for members. You can download all 8 episodes to your Library now.

Full cast: David Ashby, Sean James Murphy, Aldo Mignone, Michelle Nightingale, Nataša Ristić, Shaun Micallef, Dario Russo, Cathy Adamek, Noemi Remete, Bluey Byrne, Michael Cusack, Andreas Sobik, Sam King, Michael Crisci, Carmine Russo, Margherita Grizzo, Paul Muscat.

©2020 Audible Australia Pty Ltd. (P)2020 Audible Australia Pty Ltd.

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What a treat

More of this please! And while you're at it, Dinosaur - bring the TV series back too.

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Grouse tales of bizarre and humorous nature

Just like the television series, Stereo Adventures though lacking in visuals provides even more elaborate and outlandish scenes then its televised counterpart using the vocal performance of the loveable original cast and the classic 60s spy mission story formula. A quality addition to the Danger 5 series that's just as funny if not more so then the show.

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The Finest Absurd Comedy!

If you're a fan of Danger 5, it's exactly what you're expecting. If you're not a fan, get ready to become one! Brilliant blend of slapstick, absurdism, satire, and utter insanity. I challenge anyone out there to listen to the first 2 minutes of an episode, pause and try to guess what will happen over the next 30 minutes, and then see how close you were. (Hint: you'll always be wrong, and glad you were!

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An absolute riot!

This is the best isolation listening a girl could ask for. So cheeky, super fun and totally nuts. Great performances and sound design!

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  • Rod
  • 01-09-2020

The cult TV show is just as good as audio comedy

It’s a dire state of affairs if you’ve never experienced either of the two completely bonkers television seasons of Danger 5. The Australian comedy show, created by Dario Russo and David Ashby almost ten years ago, is outrageous in every sense of the word: it’s laugh-out-loud funny, wildly exaggerated, and completely camp as an international team of spies attempt to outwit Hitler and win World War II. The 1960’s vibe, deliberately cheap-looking effects, off-kilter dubbing, and high-action storylines created a cult following and a unique viewing experience unlike anything else on TV at the time. Audible has now brought the team back together, including the original voice cast and writers, to present a new series of outlandish adventures, and the result is glorious. In Danger 5: Stereo Adventures, the threat of world domination by Hitler is replaced by communism across eight new illogical adventures that include squaring off against a 50-foot pussycat, meeting Spiro the conspiracy dog, getting down at Dracula’s beach party, becoming victim to an Australian bargain basement, and going on a treasure hunt in the Bermuda Triangle. Despite the lack of visuals which added so much to the cheesy goodness of the television series, the audio adventures allow the creative minds of the series to take the Danger 5 team to greater heights. The sound effects, music and dialogue combine to create a very visual experience that is as absurdist as it is exciting. The eight episodes are each replete with two fake commercial breaks that are equally nonsensical and add to the overall fun of the series. Comedian Shaun Micallef, who guest starred in an episode of the TV series, joins the regular cast as the narrator – a device not used in the original series but one which adds clarity to the insanity as each audio story evolves. Said cast includes David Ashby (Jackson), Sean James Murphy (Tucker), Aldo Mignone (Pierre), Nataša Ristić (Ilsa), and Michelle Nightingale (who dubbed the voice of Claire for actor Amanda Simons). Both Carmine Russo and Andreas Sobik also return, having played Hitler and the dubbed voice of Hitler respectively in the original series. Thankfully, there’s no need to have seen the television series to dive into the mayhem of this third season. The Audible Original production has ensured any references to earlier antics are limited and in context for new listeners. Lovers of the ridiculous, fast-paced action, and kitsch retro vibes should all rejoice in the revival of this much-loved series. Trigger warnings, for those who need them, include excessive smoking, alcohol consumption, sexism, drugs and the occasionally well-placed naughty word. Those who struggle to have a good time may wish to avoid Danger 5: Stereo Adventures.

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a flawless, exciting comedy adventure. very funny

Chuckled my way through this. a fantastic follow up to the series. in no way did I not have a full sense of what was going on even with it's loony out this world scenarios. Truly the best performances yet from the cast. All were standouts in every line delivered. Even with it's bigger than life awe, it could be great for easy listening. Now that I finished it. I will definitely be to listen again.

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Neighbours

plug your ear buds in go and do some gardening and the neighbours will look at you wondering what the hell are you laughing at🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Perfectly bad and ridiculous

If you are looking for Shakespearian depth and wit you will not find it here. Bad acting and bad plot work well to produce a show that is in the vain of the classic Goon Show. the creators and actors don't take themselves seriously and just wanted to make something fun and it definitely shows. if you want a silly laugh, I suggest adding this to your library, I know it's something I will listen to again.

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a great laugh and brought back many memories.

A great way to continue the series with all of its charm and humor shining through

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fantastic!

This is brilliant, just like the tv series. I honestly can't get enough of it. 💜💜

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  • 02-05-2020

Danger 5 returns!

This series is hilarious for fans of the cult Australian TV show, but I'm not sure what anyone else would make of it!

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  • 07-05-2020

Jolly good wheeze

This is bonkers, totally and utterly mad. I loved it, especially as I'm currently in hospital, bored and worried. Anything that can take you away when in my situation is priceless, being free made it doubly so. The characters have all just stepped out of a cross between Boys Own and the Bunty comics of the 50s/60s. It reminds me of the excellent Ripping Yarns series with Michael Palin and other Pythons. Highly enjoyable, completely insane and worth making more series of. Thanks to all who had a hand in it.

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  • Ross
  • 07-06-2020

Danger 5 returns!

An excellent wacky adventure, and the closest we are going to get to a season 3. Strongly recommend watching the TV show first though, not sure what you would make of it otherwise!

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  • Gray
  • 04-06-2020

Joyfully bonkers!

I’ve come to the Danger 5 table rather late, but I’m glad I found this little gem of a show. The stories are bonkers, surreal and the “adverts” are ace! Definitely not for everyone, but for me this was perfect to cheer me up in these troubled times. I’m now off to be really uncool whilst dancing the Fruity!

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  • N. Edwards-Behi
  • 25-05-2020

Brilliant to have the team back together!

It's been great having the Danger 5 team back together for this series - but it's really accessible to anyone who's not familiar with the TV show it's based on! I love the humour - it's bad taste without punching down and wonderfully surreal.

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  • Michael
  • 13-05-2020

even being free I want a refund

this is terrible, I understand why it was free, story terrible, actors awful, out dated jokes (seaman) don't even bother with this

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