|~ Dangeresque, on multiple occassions|
Perducci is a recurring antagonist in the Dangeresque trilogy of films produced by Strong Bad. He serves as the main antagonist of Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque, Too? and reappears as a secondary antagonist in Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective. He is portrayed by The King of Town.
In Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque, Too?, Perducci intercepts the serum at the border in hopes of kidnapping Cutesy Buttons. When Dangeresque and Dangeresque Too corner him at a skyscraper in Istanbul, he reveals his assistant and secret weapon, "Killingyouguy", and sics him on the two. Dangeresque Too manages to defeat Killingyouguy with a spinning kick, but Perducci's ultimate fate is never shown. However, Cutesy Buttons manages to receive the serum (a glass of iced tea), claiming that "now she won't be kidnapped", so Perducci's plan clearly failed.
Perducci reappears in Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective, hiding out in an old abandoned club. At the suggestion of Baron Darin Diamonocle, Dangeresque visits him in hopes of obtaining the blueprints to the lair of Cutesy Buttons' kidnapper. However, Perducci refuses to hand over the blueprints unless Dangeresque can beat him in a nonsensical card game known as "Rock, Paper, Baccarat", where the best card played wins, and nothing beats rock (except paper). Dangeresque eventually manages to trick Perducci into giving up the blueprints, causing him to run away in tears.
Later on, Dangeresque needs to fly in a rocket built by Professor Experimento in order to confront Uzi Bazooka on the Sun, but discovers that Cutesy Buttons had given the rocket's launch codes to Perducci. Cutesy mentions that she overheard Perducci plotting to go to Venice, prompting Dangeresque and Renaldo to fly to
France Italy to confront him. They instead find an informant who claims to be a "touch-psychic" and, after inspecting the blueprints, suggests that Perducci fled to Ireland. There they find the painting Perducci was carrying back at the club, along with the informant's brother, who states that Perducci has left for Cairo. This repeats three more times in three other countries, with Dangeresque meeting more of the informant's brothers each time. However, Dangeresque notices that, despite the informant claiming to only have three brothers, he's spoken to five informants in total, leading him to believe that one of them is lying. After some deductive reasoning, Dangeresque manages to uncover the fake informant who turns out to have been Perducci in disguise. Dangeresque manages to recover the launch codes after a brief struggle, and Perducci swears revenge before breaking character and saying he'll "be at the premiere".