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Le Quiet Squad (1967)

Approved | | Animation, Short | 17 May 1967 (USA)
A crime wave in Paris results in the hot-tempered Surete Commissioner becoming so stressed-out that he requires bed rest at home. Inspector Clouseau is assigned to see that the Commissioner... See full summary »

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A crime wave in Paris results in the hot-tempered Surete Commissioner becoming so stressed-out that he requires bed rest at home. Inspector Clouseau is assigned to see that the Commissioner is not disturbed. But it's Bastille Day, and between the day's ceremonies and a pesky cat- and Clouseau's violent and failed attempts to silence the feline- the Commissioner receives little peace! Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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The Inspector Is Not Unlike Wile E. Coyote
16 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Commissioner is home in bed, having cracked under the strain of his job, so the Inspector gets the assignment to guard him and make sure he's not disturbed.

Of course, the well-meaning but dim-witted Inspector does just the opposite: in trying to keep noise down to a minimum in the area, he creates more. The story involves hammering, church bells and a stray cat. The latter, a "felonious feline," as the Inspector puts it, drives him crazy.

Every time the cat makes further noise, the Inspector gets blamed so the former keeps trying different ways to get the cat. In one, he uses a product from the "Le Acme Toy Company," reminiscent of Wile E. Coyote of "Road Runner" cartoon fame. In fact, this animated version of Inspector Clouseau often reminds me of that character. In many of these cartoons, he employs a number of methods to get his assignments done and they all fail miserably, much like Wile trying to get his prey.


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