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Long DescriptionRelive the adventures of everyone's favorite and much beloved bumbling detective. Watch as the Inspector (voiced by Get Smart's Don Adams) takes on M.A.D and the evil Dr. Claw with his arsenal of backfiring gadgets. As the world's only semi-robotic policeman, he's his own worst enemy but with Penny and Brain in his corner, Inspector Gadget can never go wrong!
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