A notorious Paris criminal, Toulouse Le Moose, escapes to Cherbourg after jumping bail, and Inspector Clouseau is assigned to handcuff himself to Toulouse and accompany him by train back to... See full summary »

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A notorious Paris criminal, Toulouse Le Moose, escapes to Cherbourg after jumping bail, and Inspector Clouseau is assigned to handcuff himself to Toulouse and accompany him by train back to Paris. Toulouse smashes Clouseau's gun and escapes the train, dragging his handcuffed captive, Clouseau, behind him. The two are anxious to part company if they can find a way of breaking their metal links. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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30 December 1966 (USA)  »

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The Inspector Is No Match For 'Moose'
15 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The famous criminal, "Toulouse La Moose." has escaped to Cherbourg after jumping bail He is apprehended there and the Inspector is given the assignment to bring him back to Paris. Our hero handcuffs the big crook, thinking that will stop him from getting loose again.

Wrong.

After a mishap on "The Orient Express," what ensues is a long scene in which the big, strong thief literally drags the Inspector around the countryside and the two of them wind up getting more than their share of lumps in humorous ways as they strive to free themselves from the handcuffs.

This was another good one, three in a row in this set. It's on the DVD "The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection, Vol. 6 - Inspector Cartoons." Note: It was the first Inspector cartoon in which there was no "Deux-Deux."

Once again, I enjoyed the artwork in here as we followed these two guys through streets, trains and haystacks. The episode ended with a great pun, too!


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