Inspector Clouseau receives a tip that the elusive smuggler, Captain Clamity, who looks like a clam with eyes, arms, and legs, is laying anchor off the French coast. Clouseau and Sergeant ...
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Inspector Clouseau disappears, and the Surete wants the world's second best detective to look for him. However, Clouseau's enemy, Dreyfus, rigs the Surete's computer to select, instead, the... See full summary »
The Surete Commissioner orders Inspector Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux to track a mysterious and elusive Monsieur X. Using a submarine, an army tank, and mountaineering equipment, they ... See full summary »
Inspector Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux's investigation into a stolen cargo of bananas takes them to a run-down waterfront apartment building, where they follow a trail of banana peels to... See full summary »
Inspector Clouseau receives a tip that the elusive smuggler, Captain Clamity, who looks like a clam with eyes, arms, and legs, is laying anchor off the French coast. Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux make a number of unsuccessful attempts to board Clamity's ship, with Clouseau going down to the sea bottom every time. Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Clouseau series of cartoons was somewhat uneven, but most were at least decent and some were very good. Generally, if the villain or situation was well done and there was a balance between good dialogue and the sight gags, the cartoon worked better. Without an interesting opponent, it's just Clouseau the bumbler and that isn't enough to carry a cartoon. In Crab Louie and his nervous oyster henchman who breaks out in pearls, you have a good foil for Clouseau and the cartoon is very funny and worth watching. Recommended.
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