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Inspector Gadget is an animated television series that revolves around the adventures of a clumsy, dim-witted cyborg detective named lnspector Gadget – a human being with various bionic gadgets built into his body. Gadget's nemesis is Dr. Claw, the leader of an evil organization, known as "M.A.D."
This is the first syndicated cartoon show from DIC Entertainment (as well as the first from the company to be created specifically for US viewers, along with The Littles). lt originally ran from 1983 to 1986 and remained in syndication into the late 1990s. It continues to air successfully in reruns around the world. Film
Police Inspector Blog was a blog that ran from 15 June 2006 to 13 March 2013 by an anonymous officer using the pseudonym Inspector Gadget. This was after the author (a UK police Inspector — approximately equivalent to US police Lieutenant rank) attended a training seminar that he felt was "60 mind numbing minutes of complete nonsense" and wished to remark upon the fact that his force had wasted their time like this. Surprised by the amount of readers and comments this posting got, the officer went on to regularly update the blog with information that he sees as ludicrous or farcical in either his force or any of the UK's others. As of December 2012 the blog has received over 12 million visitors and has a merchandising range with the slogans "Doughnuts and Diversity", "You Couldn't Make It Up" and "I should be out catching rapists and murderers".
Inspector Gadget works in an unnamed force (rumoured to be in the south of England) and is also the author of the memoir Perverting the Course of Justice: The Crazy World of the War on Crime. The blog is one of a number of "whistle blowers" that have inspired books that lift the lid on the bureaucracy and frustration that many police officers face in the UK. Penny
Gadget and the Gadgetinis is a Canadian / French TV series spinoff of the classic series Inspector Gadget, developed by DIC Entertainment in cooperation with Haim Saban's SIP Animation and produced from 2001 to 2003. There are 52 episodes.
Inspector Gadget 2 (IG2) is a live-action direct-to-video comedy film, released to VHS and DVD in March 2003. It was based upon the cartoon series created by DiC Entertainment and is a direct-to-video sequel to the 1999 Walt Disney Pictures film Inspector Gadget and also released by DIC Entertainment. It was filmed in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
The second film departs slightly from the first one. Inspector Gadget and Dr. Claw are never referenced as John Brown and Sanford Scolex – their respective civilian names from the first movie, though Claw's communicator clearly is labeled "Scolex Industries", indicating that his name is still Sanford Scolex. In addition to this, none of the 1999 film's actors return to reprise their roles (with the exception of D. L. Hughley, who voices the Gadgetmobile). Also, Gadget's love interest from the first movie is gone and is replaced by G2. Gadget is more foolishly inept and unable to control his now glitch-ridden gadgets. As a homage to the original cartoon, Claw's face is never seen and speaks with a deep, gruff voice. In the previous film, Claw's face was visible and was an upper-class business man. He appears to be older in age than he was in the original, although the story only takes place a year later.
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