''Cool [=McCool=]'' (1966-1969) was an AffectionateParody of [[SpyFiction Super Spy]] adventures. It was created by Al Brodax, the man responsible for both the animated [[WesternAnimation/TheBeatles Beatles series]] and ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine'', and Bob Kane, the creator of Franchise/{{Batman}}.

Cool was a secret agent working at Secret, Incorporated. His chief was called simply Number One, who would send him out against such evildoers as the Owl; Jack-in-the-Box; hat-themed MadScientist Dr. Madcap and his green-haired henchwoman, Greta Ghoul; the serpentine Rattler, and Hurricane Harry. Cool tended to defeat his foes through dumb luck, but no matter how well he did against his rogues' gallery, afterward he'd mess things up with Number One, causing Number One to eject Cool from his office.

Each episode had two Cool [=McCool=] adventures sandwiching one adventure about his father, Harry [=McCool=]. Harry and his brothers, Dick and Tom, were a trio of Keystone Kops-style police officers.
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!!''CoolMcCool'' provides examples of:
* AllYourPowersCombined: Although the bridges between Cool [=McCool=]'s adventures and those of his dad have all the villains teaming up against our hero, "College Of Crooks," the second Cool [=McCool=] adventure in the show's final episode, is the only actual story to feature the entire rogues' gallery.
* AnimalMotifs: The Owl hoots when he laughs and can fly with the help of two real owls clutching his shoulders. The Rattler, despite having arms and legs, prefers to slither about on his belly, has a forked tongue and a weakness for snake-charming music.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: The title character's own name would seem to lampshade this trope.
* BadassMustache: It even doubles as a [[ShoePhone telephone]].
* BaldOfAwesome: Harry [=McCool=].
* BlowYouAway: Hurricane Harry.
* BorrowedCatchPhrase: The episode title "[[ToTellTheTruth Will The Real]] Coolmobile [[ToTellTheTruth Please Stand Up?]]"
* ComicTrio: Harry [=McCool=] and his two brothers.
* CatchPhrase: "Danger is my business," "That will never happen again, Number One," and "When you're right, Number One, you're right."
** After ejecting Cool from his office (via the roof), Number One would often chuckle and say "Love that boy..."
* CoolCar: The Coolmobile can fly and come to Cool 's bidding . . . with varying results.
* DaChief: Number One sends cool out on his missions
* DoesNotLikeShoes: The Owl is constantly barefoot.
* TheFaceless: Number One. Normally, all one would see of him was one or both arms sticking out from a large chair. One time Cool accidentally sets off a bomb that blasts Number one up to the ceiling, and we get to see the chief's rotund body and wildly-kicking legs in addition to his arms -- but his head is imbedded in the ceiling and thus still unseen!
* FatBastard: Hurricane Harry.
* GirlFriday: Number One's secretary, who appropriately enough, is named Friday.
* SpyFiction: Parodied affectionately.
* ThemeNaming: Harry and his two brothers.
* ThreeShorts: Basically this series followed the ABA format: A was Cool while B was Harry.
* TheUnintelligible: Tom, since only Harry could understand him.
-->'''Dick:''' [[CatchPhrase What did he say, Harry? What, what did he say?]]
* VerbalTic: Cool has a habit of speaking in spoonerisms.
** Jack-in-the-Box utters phrases with wobbly, drawn-out syllables and almost everything he says is accompanied by his signature laugh ("Arh-arh-arh!").
* VillainousHarlequin: Jack-in-the-Box.
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