When I was a child I loved Secret Squirrel, the spy, designation 000, created by Hanna-Barbera. The series debut was September 12, 1965 in The World of Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel prime-time special on NBC. The series was called The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show and aired from October 2, 1965 until September 2, 1967.
Secret got his own show in 1966 but was reunited with Atom Ant in 1967-1968. Syndication found the show being part of The Banana Splits variety and compilation series. Secret Squirrel was a parody of the spy genre such as James Bond films. Mel Blanc (voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Barney Rubble, Mr. Spacey) was the voice (with a lisp) of Secret Squirrel, Agent 000.
His superior was Double-Q who was voiced by Paul Frees (the man of a thousand voices, Boris Badenov, John Lennon and George Harrison in the Beatles cartoon, Pillsbury Dough Boy, Toucan Sam, Boo-Berry).
Secrets Squirrel’s sidekick was Morocco Mole also voiced by Frees. They fight crime with cool spy gadgets like a machine gun cane and Secret’s trench coat which was bulletproof and had a variety of weapons and devices inside. Frees also voiced some of the bad guys like the Goldfinger parody Yellow Pinkie and Hi-Spy a master of scientific criminology. Other enemies were the Masked Granny, Captain Kidd and Robin Hood and his Merry Mugs.