The Untouchables of Elliot Mouse is a 26 half-hour television animated series loosely inspired by the real life Eliot Ness, and his group of agents colloquially known as The Untouchables, and their investigation into the real life gangster Al Capone, although (as with past adaptations) it does take some liberties with history. The series also parodies the violent atmosphere of Chicago during the Dry Law, as well as the old American films, their heroes and villains. The main characters in this series are four friendly mice: Elliot "Mouse", Gordon, Mr. Wilson, and Jack the Irishman, although there are also some cats and dogs.
The citizens of "Cheesecago" are defenceless against "Al Catone's"mobsters until a few brave federal agents from the "Federal Mousehole of Investigation" headed by "Elliot Mouse" dare to take on the gangsters. In spite of their rivalry and continuous fights, they control gambling, shows, races and every business in town. They charge poor people and terrified traders with high taxes; they rob, and kidnap, but their biggest racket is in confiscating cheese and then deal with it illegally so that it fetches very high prices, often causing Cheesecago citizens to get ripped off.