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May
3

Inspector Gadget 2 (2003) – Rotten Tomatoes

3rd Rock From the Sun’s French Stewart steps into the shoes previously filled by Matthew Broderick in this straight-to-DVD sequel to Disney’s Inspector Gadget. Arch-nemesis Dr. Claw is back to his evil ways, causing havoc for Inspector Gadget and the citizens of Riverton. Adding an additional twist is G2 (Elaine Hendrix), a new robot cop who provides a little crime-fighting competition to Gadget. Directed by Alex Zamm, Inspector Gadget 2 also stars Caitlin Wachs. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

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Apr
27

Inspector Gadget Episode Guide -DiC Ent

Poor Inspector Gadget. He had all the James Bond gadgets, but none of the cool. In fact, his niece Penny and dog Brain were often two steps ahead of him in solving the crime, or even correcting his mistakes. Bond would never have stood for that.

As voiced by Don Adams—best known for his role as secret agent Maxwell Smart on the series Get Smart!—Gadget was a bumbling inspector, despite being blessed with the ability to fly, bounce, and stretch his arms to great lengths with the command, “Go, Go Gadget Arms!”

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Apr
27

New 'Inspector Gadget' Live-Action Movie in the Works (Exclusive)

Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich, who produced the billion dollar-grossing live-action Aladdin remake, are producing Inspector Gadget via their Rideback banner.

Inspector Gadget was an American-Canadian co-production produced for the syndicated market that was a stable around North America in the 1980s and 1990s. It featured a bionic Inspector Clouseau-type character who could command (OK, he couldn’t) an endless array of gizmos built into his body. His archenemy was Dr. Claw, leader of an organization named M.A.D. Also figuring in the proceedings was Penny, Gadget’s niece and the brains behind him who actually stopped Claw’s plans. There was also Brain, Penny’s crafty dog, and Chief Quimby.

The series sparked numerous spinoffs and video games and, in 1999, a live-action Disney movie that saw Matthew Broderick play the titular character and Rupert Everett play Claw. Don Adams, best known for starring on TV’s Get Smart, voiced the character in the original

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Apr
27

Inspector Gadget (1983 TV series)

Inspector Gadget is an animated television show produced by DiC Entertainment, which the titular character serves as the mascot for.

Inspector Gadget[edit]

  • Stop/halt in the name of the law! You’re under arrest!
  • (Reading) ‘This message will self destruct.’
  • Don’t worry, Chief, I’m always on duty.
  • Am I right? Inspector Gadget is always right.
  • This car is acting funny. Ah, of course, the emergency brake is on.
  • Go Go Gadget mini suit! Go Go Gadget mini shoes and mini hat!
  • Wowsers! It’s the top secret Gadget phone. (Talks into hand) Is that you, Chief? You’re where? Right away.
  • An air show? Now why would anybody want to pay to see air?
  • All work and no play makes Gadget a dull boy.
  • (Falling) Go Go Gadget ‘Brella!! (Hand delivers flowers) Go Go Gadget Copter!! (Another useless Gadget) GO GO
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Apr
25

Inspector Gadget @ 80s Cartoons

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Inspector Gadget Cartoon

Title: Inspector Gadget
Country of Origin: France/Canada/USA/Japan/Taiwan
Produced by:
DiC Entertainment / Nelvana
Air Date:
1983
Number of Episodes:
86
Episode Length:
22 minutes
UK Channel: ?

80s Cartoons retro rating: 4/5
Inspector Gadget Retro Rating: 4/5


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A British inspector who has the ability to command a helicopter to come out of his head or roller skates to come out of his shoes, attempts to stop the evil MAD agents from their evil plans. Luckily for Gadget he has his neice, Penny, aiding him with her computer book and she has her faithful and super intelligent dog Brain.

Inspector Gadget Theme

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Inspector Gadget Lyrics

Inspector Gadget lyrics:

Inspector Gadget!
Ooo-ooo!
Inspector Gadget!

Inspector Gadget!
Ooo-ooo!
Inspector Gadget!

Go Gadget Go!
Go Gadget Go!

Inspector

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Apr
25

Inspector Gadget (2015 TV series)

Inspector Gadget (also known as Inspector Gadget 2.0) is an American-Canadian-French CGI animated television series produced by DHX Media. It is a sequel to the original series of same name, which aired from 1983 to 1986. The show was announced on June 11, 2013, with 26 episodes.[4] The show debuted on January 3, 2015 on Boomerang in France and officially premiered on Teletoon in Canada on September 7, 2015.[5][6] As of November 20, 2017, the show is airing in the US on Universal Kids.[7] It is the second Inspector Gadget production to be rendered in CGI after the 2005 direct to video film, Inspector Gadget’s Biggest Caper Ever. The final season was released in 2018, but is still available via reruns.

When Dr. Claw is thawed out of his iceberg prison and reactivates M.A.D., Inspector Gadget is brought out of retirement and is back

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Apr
24

18 Things You Might Not Know About 'Inspector Gadget'

With a CGI reboot about to hit Netflix, now is a perfect time to think back to Inspector Gadget. The classic cartoon ran original episodes for only three seasons, from 1983 to 1986, but played in syndication throughout the remainder of the decade, and well into the 1990s, and motion pictures were made about the dimwitted cyborg detective, who needed the help of his niece Penny and her dog Brain to defeat Dr. Claw and his M.A.D. henchmen.

1. THE MAIN INFLUENCE BEHIND THE SHOW WAS A CARTOON ABOUT A ROBOTIC DOG.

Andy Heyward worked on the Hanna-Barbera show Dynomutt, Dog Wonder, which began in 1976 as part of Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour before joining Scooby’s All Star Laff-A-Lympics one year later. The Blue Falcon hero needed the help of his dog sidekick Dynomutt, who was always outfitted with a bunch of contraptions. Heyward remembered the Blue Falcon not being

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Apr
12

Inspector Gadget (film) – Wikipedia

1999 comedy film produced by Walt Disney Pictures

Inspector Gadget (also known as Inspector Gadget: The Movie and The Real Inspector Gadget in the working title) is a 1999 American science fiction action comedy film directed by David Kellogg and written by Kerry Ehrin and Zak Penn from a story by Ehrin and Dana Olsen. Loosely based on the 1983 animated television series of the same name, the film stars Matthew Broderick as the title character, Rupert Everett as Dr. Claw, Michelle Trachtenberg as Penny and Dabney Coleman as Chief Quimby. Three new characters were introduced such as Dr. Brenda Bradford (played by Joely Fisher), Mayor Wilson (played by Cheri Oteri) and the Gadgetmobile (voiced by D. L. Hughley). The film tells the story of how Inspector Gadget and Dr. Claw came to be. It was filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Los Angeles, California with the ice

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Apr
12

Inspector Gadget | Disney Movies

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Apr
11

Inspector Gadget (1999) – Rotten Tomatoes

Based on the popular cartoon character of the same name, Inspector Gadget is an adventure comedy about a somewhat naive and inept security guard, John Brown, whose big heart is equal to his far-fetched dreams of becoming the world’s greatest police officer. However, nothing is impossible. Suddenly unexpected circumstances make him the ideal candidate for a top secret law enforecment project, and pretty scientist Dr. Brenda Bradford applies her expertise in robotics to build him into a man of many talents–and accessories. Using a vast array of grafted-on gizmos and doohickies to bust bad guys, the often clueless Inspector Gadget must also employ his common sense to crack an especially complicated case. As he penetrates Riverton City’s darkest underworld, Inspector Gadget must save not only his good name and reputation, but also rescue the world from the nefarious Claw.

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