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Inspector Gadget Disc 3. DVD 1983 Gógyi felügyelő 3. lemez / Created by Bruno Bianchi, Andy Heyward, Jean Chalopin / Starring: Don Adams, Gary Owens, Jesse White, Frank Welker / 3 episodes: Vadászkastély, A Verseny a célig tart, A rubin

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Inspector Gadget Disc 3. DVD 1983 Gógyi felügyelő 3. lemez / Created by Bruno Bianchi, Andy Heyward, Jean Chalopin / Starring: Don Adams, Gary Owens, Jesse White, Frank Welker / 3 episodes: Vadászkastély, A Verseny a célig tart, A rubin

UPC 5999883048290

REGION 2 PAL DVD

MADE IN HUNGARY

AUDIO: English 2.0, Hungarian 2.0, Czech 2.0, Slovak 2.0

TOTAL TIME: 70 MINUTES

 

English Summary:

Inspector Gadget is a science fiction comedy animated series co-created by Andy Heyward, Jean Chalopin and Bruno Bianchi, and was originally syndicated by DIC Audiovisuel and Lexington Broadcast Services Company. The series stars the voice of Don Adams as the titular character, and first premiered on September 12, 1983. It is the first cartoon show to be syndicated by DIC, who specifically created the series to help expand into the North American market, and the first animated series to be presented in stereo sound. The program originally ran from 1983 to 1986, broadcasting 86 episodes over two seasons, and remained in syndication into the late 1990s. The show revolves around the adventures of a clumsy, dim-witted detective named Inspector Gadget—a cyborg human with various bionic gadgets built into his body—who is sent on missions to thwart plans by his nemesis Dr. Claw, the leader of an evil organization known as "M.A.D.", unknowingly being assisted by his niece Penny and their dog, Brain.

 

Hungarian Summary:

A világ legfrissebb műszaki újdonságait és eszközeit veti be nyomozása közben a híres Gógyi felügyelő, ami gyakran komikus helyzetekbe sodorja. Gógyi felügyelő, aki régen egyszerű kisvárosi rendőr volt, bonyolult és költséges műtéten esik át, melynek segítségével birtokosa és használója lesz a számos herkentyűnek, melyek nyomozását előre (vagy hátra) mozdítják. Bár az elmés szerkezetek nem mindig működnek rendeltetésszerűen, Gógyi felügyelő szíve azért mindig a helyén van! Szerencséjére mindig van mellette valaki, aki hihúzza a bajból: Gógyi unokahúga, Penny, és hűséges kutyája, Agytröszt.

 

Episodes on Disc / Epizódok a lemezen:

1. "Haunted Castle" - Vadászkastély

2. "Race to the Finish" - A verseny a célig tart

3. "The Ruby" - A Rubin

 

Characters

 Inspector Gadget (Inspecteur Gadget in French) is voiced by Don Adams. Despite being laden with many gadgets in his body, he is frequently clueless, bungles his cases and gets himself into danger, only escaping from trouble and completing his missions with luck. (In the earliest produced episodes, Gadget was halfway brilliant, deducing that Dr. Claw is nearby and even became infuriated when he lost his nemesis in a high-speed chase) Although a policeman by nature, he is a caring family person that often takes risks to protect his niece Penny and their dog Brain, and has a firm disbelief in the supernatural. His character often utters four catchphrases during episodes—"Wowsers!", at times of shock and complete surprise; "Go-Go-Gadget", which is often spoken before Gadget names the gadget he intends to use; "Is that you, Chief? You're where?", uttered when Chief Quimby calls Gadget on his next assignment; and "I'm always on duty.", which is also said to Quimby before Gadget leaves for his assignment.

Penny (Sophie in French) – Inspector Gadget's niece. She is the true "brains" behind Inspector Gadget's investigations, and the one responsible for foiling M.A.D.'s schemes, a fact only known to Brain. Her investigations are conducted in secret, in which she uses two pieces of technology—a hi-tech computer disguised as a book; and a special utility wristwatch, which she frequently uses to communicate with Brain and monitor her uncle's activities with. Penny often gets captured by M.A.D. when they catch her snooping into their affairs, but manages to escape with her technology or by calling on Brain for help. When an investigation is nearing its completion, Penny frequently contacts her uncle's boss in secret to alert him to Gadget's "arrest" of the culprit in the scheme he is investigating. The writers of the series never elaborate on who Penny's parents are, nor revealed them in any of the episodes.

Brain (Finot in French) – The family dog, assists in investigations by secretly keeping Gadget out of danger, and on several occasions coming to Penny's aid when she needs him. The series' writers designed the character to be highly intelligent and resourceful, often becoming bipedal in order to operate under a number of disguises aimed at fooling Gadget, although this often leaves him sometimes being prone to Gadget's habit of causing harm to others and on occasions being mistaken by him as a M.A.D. agent. To assist Penny, Brain is outfitted with a hi-tech collar that conceals a retractable video communications system linked to Penny's wristwatch, in which he communicates to her through a mixture of pantomime and physical gestures.

Chief Quimby (Chef Gontier in French) – Inspector Gadget's short-tempered boss. The chief of police in Metro City, Quimby specialises in the use of disguises in order to pass on a message containing Inspector Gadget's briefing for his next message, a frequent plot element used at the beginning of each episode, as well as seeing him towards the end to congratulate him on a job well done, never realising that Inspector Gadget's niece is responsible for foiling Dr. Claw's plots or alerting him secretly to where he and the police need to be. As a running gag, Inspector Gadget is oblivious to the message's "self-destruct" element and returns it to his boss prior to it blowing up, always unintentionally and occasionally through sheer bad luck on Quimby's part. The character is frequently portrayed with a pipe in his mouth, is often on the receiving end of a mishap from Inspector Gadget's bumbling nature, and is accompanied by his own theme music during his main scene in the episode.

Doctor Claw (Docteur Gang in French) – The leader of the evil M.A.D. organization. Dr. Claw often operates his schemes via a computer terminal, while accompanied by his pet cat M.A.D. Cat (a reference to James Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld),[7] usually either within a base that is often depicted as an old castle, or from within his personal craft the M.A.D. Mobile—a black-and-red vehicle that can transform between a car, jet, and submersible, which he always escapes in when his latest scheme has failed whilst he is on location at or near where it is being conducted. Dr. Claw considers Inspector Gadget to be his greatest nemesis, despite being aware of his idiocy, but does know about Penny and Brain's involvement in his missions; however, both he and his M.A.D. agents presume they are simply under orders by Inspector Gadget to spy on their operations, and are never fully aware that they are the real brains behind his schemes being thwarted. The character always uses his catchphrase—"I'll get you next time, Gadget! Next time!"—at the end of each episode, often to illustrate his desire for revenge against Inspector Gadget. He is never seen, aside from his arms.

Corporal Capeman – Inspector Gadget's sidekick, introduced in the second season, and voiced by Townsend Coleman. Capeman is a self-proclaimed superhero who acts in the manner of a stereotypical crime fighter, yet despite being more observant of details than the Inspector, he is equally as inept at interpreting them. Capeman dislikes Brain and is occasionally mean to him, despite Brain getting him out of trouble. Capeman is also obsessed with learning to fly and often mistakenly believes he has miraculously acquired the power of flight while in the midst of dire circumstances. Gadget almost always mispronounces Capeman's name as "Capman", while Penny calls him "Capey".

  

Genre Science fiction
Comedy
Slapstick
Mystery
Crime
Created by Bruno Bianchi
Andy Heyward
Jean Chalopin
Developed by Jean Chalopin
Written by Peter Sauder (season 1)
Jean Chalopin (season 2)
Directed by Bruno Bianchi
Voices of Don Adams
Gary Owens (pilot)
Jesse White (pilot)
Frank Welker
Cree Summer Francks (Season 1)
Holly Berger (Season 2)
Dan Hennessey (Season 1)
Maurice LaMarche (Season 2)
Theme music composer Saban Records
Composer(s) Shuki Levy
Haim Saban
Country of origin
  • United States
  • Canada
  • France
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 86 

 

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