I'm Business Mouse, Yeah?
Modern Toss's latest animated creation is a no nonsense, machine gun-toting MD. And he's got a few mill to spend on the next big thing...
In the first über-sweary episode, Business of Leisure, BM encounters a budding entrepreneur with a keen nose for an idea.
Business Mouse is one of Channel 4's latest Comedy Blaps.
Written & Directed by: Jon Link, Mick Bunnage
Producer: Jane Harrison
Voices: Julie Burchill, Emma Fryer, Mark Kempner, Lawry Lewin
Character Design & Backgrounds: Jon Link
Additional Artwork: Steve Campion, Charlie Evans
Animation: Le Singe Media
Supervising Animator: Tom Matuszewski
Animators: Robin Brindle, Jack Bonnington, Scott Weston
Editors: Rob Hill, Tom Matuszewski
Dubbing Mixer: Simon Couzens B
Business Affairs: David Cuff
wow, there is a serious amount of bad language in that little mouse. Great animation.
This is great! I know a few BM's.
oh dear for the swearing, oh goodie for the funnies!
modern toss should do a feature
Hillarious - that mouse has quite a mouth on him lol!
The li'l bastard has some potty mouth.
Too much fun for one day.
That mouse reminds me of someone?
Tony, is it Sir Philip Green of Topshop?
Love the classical intro music before getting right into the swearing!
Love him, what a great character - move over Alan Sugar, now there's a script idea.
He reminds me of me when I was a fucking idiot.
Ive just GREEN-LIT the FUCK outa it !!!!
Really funny, doors getting kicked in, great characters, mad business ideas and machine guns, what more could you want. He's business mouse yeah. Really hope more episodes get made, original comedy that's well worth the watch
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