Henry Danger (2014– )
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A vigilante in a smiley-face mask has been punishing Swellviewians for being rude in public. Kid Danger and Captain Man's investigation leads them to the TV set of Mr. Wallabee, a local TV celebrity who hosts a show for kids.

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Mike Caron

Writers:

Jake Farrow, Dana Olsen (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode credited cast:
Jace Norman ... Henry Hart / Kid Danger
Cooper Barnes ... Captain Man / Ray Manchester
Riele Downs ... Charlotte Page
Sean Ryan Fox ... Jasper Dunlop
Ella Anderson ... Piper Hart
Michael D. Cohen ... Schwoz
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maximilian Acevedo ... Mr. Wallabbe
Andrew Caldwell ... Mitch Bilsky
Tori Keeth ... Mandy
Serena Laney ... Amy
Brian Palermo ... Mr. Wallabee
Josie M. Parker ... Wascal #1
Dylin Cole Rodrigo ... Wascal #2
Enzo Rodriguez ... Wascal
Joy Tuck ... Pascal
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A vigilante in a smiley-face mask has been punishing Swellviewians for being rude in public. Kid Danger and Captain Man's investigation leads them to the TV set of Mr. Wallabee, a local TV celebrity who hosts a show for kids.

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11 January 2020 (USA) See more »

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Poor, poor, Henry...
23 January 2020 | by RyanWinter100See all my reviews

It's a shame what has happened to this show. It started as another Dan Schneider gem. Good sets, clever effects, marvelous music, funny stories and most importantly interesting characters. They chose the perfect kid to play Henry Hart. The episodes, "Henry Man Beast" and "The Elevator Kiss" are excellent examples of how the actor Jace Norman could use his full range of acting abilities to entertain the audience. He was supported brilliantly by the characters Charlotte, Jasper, Piper and Captain Mann. There were many super episodes, excluding a terrific salute to Star Trek. But something happened... I'm not sure, but I think the leaving of Dan Schneider had a big impact. The young Henry and his interaction with school, friends, parents, girl friends, villains, and Captain Mann are gone. It has turned into an ensemble show with no serious or entertaining topics. Everyone is talking over everyone else. Character growth has stopped and Captain Mann's brain-dead silliness has taken over.

This episode has been billed as part of the Final Season of Henry Danger. In truth, the beloved show ended long ago.


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