The series ran between 1974 and 1977, in which time they made 20 episodes, with the final episode being over-shadowed by the real-life shootings of characters Bruce Pouch and Jerry Hamakicker.
Lead character, Fernando Delvechio played by Bobby Flex was later convicted of the murders and spent 12-years in prison before starting up his own glass animal mail order company called The Clear Ball Glass Animal Express Mail Order Company Limited.
Here is a breakdown of the cast:
Fernando Delvechio AKA B A Baracas – played by Bobby Flex
Fernando was once famously kicked off the set of episode six after the producers found him in the company of two goats and the backing band for KC and the Sunshine Band.
Weapon of Choice: Other people’s heads.
Drug of Choice: Cwoffee
Most likely to say: Shad Up
Clem Buttocks AKA Shoehorn – played by Andrew Horner
Weapon of Choice: Slippers
Drug of Choice: Mocha Choca
Most likely to say: I ain’t getting out a bed dummy
Most famous episode: Episode 4, in which Clem is forced to go to work and sit behind a desk.
Faust was incredibly more famous for his role of Coronel Kurtz in the remake of Apocalpse Now - called 'Apocalpse Now and Forever' in which he played the part of the homicidal US green Beret coronel intent on killing Charlie Sheen's offsrping.
Weapon of Choice: Bong Bazooka and the vic vapour rub gun
Most Likely to say: Thos Sheen boys are ine, anyone touch em and I'll kill em - that includes the Sheen boys.
Most famous episode: When Faust is made to hang up his badge after Charlie Sheen is shot in the knee wilst out shopping in downtown Honolulu.
Jessie Boil AKA Lucky – Played by Doug Freshman
Weapon of Choice: Ladie’s hairspray
Most likely to say: Ow, you muthafucka, you’re gonna pay for shooting me in the knee
Most famous episode: Episode 20 in which Jessie avoids being shot in the knee only to be shot in the backside fourteen times.
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The only member of the team to go to college without having to be good at sports. Supplements his income in the series by selling crack cocaine from his ma’s house.
Weapon of Choice: Crack addicts
Drug of Choice: Crack
Most likely to say: Whoa my hands are melting man
Most famous episode: Episode 15, in which
Felix Chowbs – Played by Jon Cooke
The meanest member of the team, once shot his wife in the ankle for forgetting to wave him off to work.
Weapon of Choice: His moustache
Drug of Choice: Guns, and more guns
Most likely to say: I need more ammo, this fucker’s gonna need some taking down.
Most famous episode: Episode 11 where Felix uses 26 different machine guns in the pursuit of a bag snatcher.
The hairiest member of the Danger in
Weapon of Choice: His stare
Drug of Choice: Staring at himself
Most likely to say: Are you looking at me?
Most famous episode: Episode 6 where his hair is accidentally shaved off to reveal a small colony of voles.
Bruce Spectrum – Played by Phil Farmer
Bruce is the only character in the series who served in
Weapon of Choice: Napalm
Drug of Choice: Anything as long as a gook ain’t touched it
Most likely to say: You gotta respect the gook, they’re a tricky little fucker, even the ones that don’t look like gook are probably gooks.
Most famous episode: Episode 14, in which Bruce steals a military chopper and 60 gallons of napalm to bomb a hostel.
Real life morphine addict Anthony Wheeldon stayed with Danger in
Weapon of Choice: The scalpel
Drug of Choice: Morphine
Most likely to say: Hand me the Morphine NOW!
Most famous episode: Episode 13 saw Dr. Goldstein took on a gang of armed robbers with one syringe full of morphine, before injecting himself and passing out.
Jake Spear was the team’s only blind member until Bruce Spectrum accidentally blinded himself and three support cast members with a drum full of purified napalm in episode 19.
Weapon of Choice: Ginger his
Drug of Choice: His trusty cane
Most likely to say: Hey who took my gun guys?....guys?.....guys?
Most famous episode: Episode 7 saw Jake in a load of trouble when he stumbled into the Blue Oyster Bar with nothing but his jockstrap on.
Ethan Peebody – Played by ‘real life’ cop Jonathan Booth
Jonathan Booth joined Dangr in
Weapon of Choice: Real guns – “none of that faggotty fake shit” – his words.
Drug of Choice: shoe dubbing.
Most likely to say: Hold him still, I wanna see what this baby is capable of.
Most famous episode: It was episode one where Ethan went out on a shooting spree until the real police turned up and cautioned him.
John was given the job after fooling producers that he was in fact Shaun Connery. It wasn’t until episode 16 when they noticed their mistake.
Weapon of Choice: His forehead
Drug of Choice: Tea will do nicely.
Most likely to say: Tea will do nicely.
Most famous episode: Episode 1 where we saw Lewis shot dead only to reappear in episode 6 with special powers and the ability to understand what dolphins are saying.
Jose supplied the rest of the cast with prosthetic limbs, he was later arrested for the theft of these limbs from various disabled victims.
Weapon of Choice: A very big knife
Drug of Choice: Pain
Most likely to say: Life is pain man
Most famous episode: Episode 17 in which Jose leaves the team to spend more time with his gay lover Juanito.
Weapon of Choice: Teeth
Drug of Choice: Other dog’s ass’
Most likely to say: Huff
Most famous episode: Episode 18 when Chiff stumbles across the invention of time travel