Peril In Paris



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Episode name english:

 Peril In Paris

Episode name german:

 Gefahr in Paris

Episode name german alternative:

 Paris in Gefahr

Episode name french:

 Paris en danger


 34 in season one 


 34 of 75 overall in 2 seasons 

Previous Episode:


33 - Caesar's Sword

Next Episode:


35 - In Dutch

01 - The Deathstone

02 - The Star Chariot

03 - The Book Of Power

04 - Highway To Terror

05 - Video VENOM

06 - Dinosaur Boy

07 - The Ultimate Weapon

08 - The Roteks

09 - The Oz Effect

10 - Death From The Sky

11 - The Magma Mole

12 - Solaria Park

13 - The Creeping Terror

14 - Assault On Liberty

15 - The Sceptre Of Rajim

16 - The Golden Goddess

17 - Mystery Of The Rings

18 - Bad Vibrations

19 - Ghost Bomb

20 - Cold Fever

21 - Mardi Gras Mystery

22 - The Secret Of Life

23 - Vanishing Point

24 - Counter-Clockwise Caper

25 - The Plant Show

26 - Secret Of The Andes

27 - Panda Power

28 - Blackout

29 - A Matter Of Gravity

30 - The Lost Riches Of Rio

31 - Deadly Blue Slime

32 - The Currency Conspiracy

33 - Caesar's Sword

34 - Peril In Paris

35 - In Dutch

36 - The Lippizaner Mystery

37 - The Sacred Rock

38 - Curse Of Solomon's Gorge

39 - Green Nightmare

40 - Eyes Of The Skull

41 - Stop Motion

42 - The Artemis Enigma

43 - The Chinese Scorpion

44 - Riddle Of The Raven Master

45 - The Spectre Of Captain Kidd

46 - The Secret Of The Stones

47 - The Lost Fleet

48 - Quest Of The Canyon

49 - Follow The Rainbow

50 - The Everglades Oddity

51 - Dragonfire

52 - The Royal Cape Caper

53 - Patchwork Puzzle

54 - Fog On Boulder Hill

55 - Plunder Of Glowworm Grotto

56 - Stone Trees

57 - Incident In Istanbul

58 - The Creeping Desert

59 - The Scarlet Empress

60 - Venice Menace

61 - Treasure Of The Nazca Plain

62 - Disappearing Act

63 - Gate Of Darkness

64 - The Manakara Giant

65 - Raiders Of The Orient Express

66 - Demolition Duel To The Death

67 - Where Eagles Dare

68 - Homeward Bound

69 - Battle Of The Giants

70 - Race Against Time

71 - Challenge Of The Masters

72 - For One Shining Moment

73 - High Noon

74 - The Battle For Baja

75 - Cliffhanger

First aired in US:

 Thursday November 14th, 1985 on A&E

First aired in Germany:

 1988 at RTL



Hondo Maclean


Blaster II

Mask -



Matt Trakker



Mask -





Scott Trakker




M.A.S.K. Technologies:

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The M.A.S.K. Computer is housed at both Matt Trakker's mansion and at Boulder Hill. Trakker often uses voice commands to ask the computer to analyse objects and photographs and has programmed the computer to select the most suitable M.A.S.K. agents for each mission.

Occasionally, Trakker uses a portable version housed in a suitcase that has the same capabilities.

The computer is also connected to all MASK vehicles. So Matt uses it regularly in Thunderhawk to let the computer choose the best agents for the mission.

T-BOB technologies, activities, outfits:

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In order for Scott to communicate with his father Matt Trakker, T-Bob has installed a communication system.

The keypad, microphone and speaker are located on the back of T-Bob's head. Covered with a flap.

The communication system often helps Scott and T-Bob out of trouble, but Scott has also used it to save a mission or two.

Scott can contact the M.A.S.K. team with it, or he is contacted over it by the M.A.S.K. team.


Cliff Dagger



Mask -



Miles Mayhem



Mask -


 Co-Pilot & 



Sly Rax



Mask -



Vanessa Warfield



Mask -



V.E.N.O.M. Technologies:

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In several episodes you can see Manta with 2 saw blades on the front.

The saw blades flip out from the base and are actively used as both a weapon and a tool.

The saw blades were only available in the cartoon, even in the Racing Series episodes, not with the toy. However, there are Customs of the saw blades.


Voice Cast:

Doug Stone


Matt Trakker


Mark Halloran


Buddy Hawks


Cliff Dagger


Sly Rax


Brendan McKane


Miles Mayhem

  and  Shopkeeper 

Graeme McKenna



  and  Louvre Director 

Sharon Noble


Vanessa Warfield


M.A.S.K. Computer


Brennan Thicke


Scott Trakker


Summary of Peril In Paris

Location of the episode*: Paris, France
Short summery*: V.E.N.O.M. breaks into the Louvre to photograph a map on the backs of several paintings. Buddy Hawks disguises himself as Dagger and sneaks into V.E.N.O.M.'s secret hide out, learning about their plans. When pieced together, the map shows the location of a network of Nazi bombs and a triggering devices built in WW2 that are hidden underneath Paris.  

Safety tip*
Scott causes a fire in his laboratory while working on T-Bob. Luckily, he has the telephone number of the fire department handy.

Facts worth knowing about Peril In Paris

Particularly in this episode*:

•This is the first episode where there is no agent selection by the M.A.S.K. computer, Matt and Buddy are already in Paris as the complete team.
Buddy shows in the episode that he is a true master of disguise when he dresses up as Cliff Dagger.
Matt Trakker saves Buddy's life even though he was unaware that Hawkes was disguised as Cliff Dagger.
•This is the first time Hurricane is identified by it's toy name. In it's first four appearances it was called by it's prototype name, Night Stalker.
Miles Mayhem is Vanessa Warfield's co-driver in Manta as they move from their headquarters to the sewers where Switchblade is stationed.
T-Bob refers to the time he and Scott took sky-diving lessons off the Eiffel Tower without a parachute in episode 36, The Lippizaner Mystery.  

Small mistakes in the episode*:

Vanessa Warfield enters a room wearing a lab coat and carrying a piece of film, indicating she had been developing photographs. The coat disappears in one shot when all the V.E.N.O.M agents are looking at the map, then reappears during a wide shot.
•When Buddy, disguised as Cliff Dagger slides down a grappling line from one building to the other, the building he is going to wobbles slightly.
•When T-Bob trips and pulls the sheet off Switchblade, there are two subsequent shots of Scott and T-Bob during which the background remains the same.  

Other publications from Peril In Paris:

•A paperback based on the episode, written by Kenneth Harper and Bruce Hogarth, was published by Knight Books in 1986. It was number 02 in this series. The book was available in English, German, and Spanish (as far as currently known)  




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