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Fred S. Fox (story) (1973)
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Animated childrens show about a private detective who's only a few inches tall. Aided by some normal sized teenagers... See more »
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Kathy Gori ... Laurie (unknown episodes)

Series Directed by
Charles A. Nichols (unknown episodes)
Series Writing credits
Fred S. Fox (unknown episodes, 1973)
David P. Harmon (unknown episodes, 1973)
Seaman Jacobs (unknown episodes, 1973)
William Raynor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Gene Thompson (unknown episodes, 1973)
Myles Wilder (unknown episodes, 1973)

Series Produced by
Joseph Barbera .... executive producer (unknown episodes)
William Hanna .... executive producer (unknown episodes)
Art Scott .... associate producer (unknown episodes)
Iwao Takamoto .... creative producer (unknown episodes)
Series Original Music by
Hoyt Curtin (unknown episodes)
Series Production Design by
Bob Singer (unknown episodes)
Series Production Management
Joed Eaton .... post-production supervisor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Victor O. Schipek .... production supervisor (unknown episodes)
Series Art Department
Bill Carney .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
George Dane .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Earl Klein .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Alex Lovy .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Dan Mills .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Dan Noonan .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Vive Risto .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Jay Sarbry .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Don Sheppard .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Paul Sommer .... story director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Series Sound Department
Bill Getty .... sound director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Cliff Kohlweck .... sound effects editor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Milton Krear .... sound effects editor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Richard Olson .... sound director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Barnes .... camera operator (unknown episodes, 1973)
George Epperson .... camera operator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Norman Stainback .... camera operator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Dennis Weaver .... camera operator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Series Animation Department
Ron Campbell .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
George Cannata .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Ed DeMattia .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Jerry Eisenberg .... character designer (unknown episodes, 1973)
Izzy Ellis .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Ronald Erickson .... background artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Jack Foster .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Hugh Fraser .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Robert Gentle .... background artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Gino Giudice .... background artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Alan Green .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
David Hanan .... layout artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Bob Hathcock .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Willie Ito .... layout artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Billie Kerns .... ink and paint supervisor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Jack Manning .... layout artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Earl Martin .... layout artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Lorraine Marue .... background stylist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Fernando Montealegre .... background stylist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Greg Nocon .... layout artist (unknown episodes, 1973)
Carlo Vinci .... animator (unknown episodes, 1973)
Robert 'Tiger' West .... xerographer (unknown episodes, 1973)
Frank Andrina .... animator (unknown episodes)
Alvaro Arce .... layout artist (unknown episodes)
Ed Barge .... animator (unknown episodes)
Oliver Callahan .... animator (unknown episodes)
Lars Calonius .... animator (unknown episodes)
Steve Clark .... animator (unknown episodes)
Jerry Hathcock .... animator (unknown episodes)
Bill Keil .... animator (unknown episodes)
Lin Larsen .... layout artist (unknown episodes)
Hicks Lokey .... animator (unknown episodes)
Marija Miletic Dail .... animator (unknown episodes)
Vive Risto .... animator (unknown episodes)
Xenia .... animator (unknown episodes)
Series Editorial Department
Larry C. Cowan .... supervising film editor (unknown episodes, 1973)
William E. DeBoer .... negative consultant (unknown episodes, 1973)
Series Music Department
Hoyt Curtin .... musical director (unknown episodes, 1973)
Paul DeKorte .... music supervisor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Joe Sandusky .... music editor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Series Other crew
Frank Paiker .... technical supervisor (unknown episodes, 1973)
Iraj Paran .... titles (unknown episodes, 1973)

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30 min (13 episodes)
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Inch High worked for Finkerton Detective Agency, a spoof of Pinkerton Detective Agency, the original detective agency in the USA.See more »
Lori:Inch High, Private Eye. Oh, hi, Uncle Inch.See more »
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4 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
another crappy 70s cartoon for the kids from Hanna-Barbera, 21 June 2006
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

Uggh! Hanna-Barbera of the 60s and 70s! What lousy and unwatchable cartoons that were thrust upon us by these hacks! It's a shame really, as in the 1940s and 1950s "Hanna-Barbera" meant quality--because they produced so many wonderful Tom and Jerry cartoons. However, with the major cost-cutting efforts of the late 1950s, cartoons in general began to look pretty poor and budgets were slashed. In fact, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera were fired by MGM and replaced by a team of Czech animators who had never even seen the original cartoons! So, in the late 50s, the team was out of work and decided "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em"--and began producing horrid little cartoons themselves--with horrible animation, backgrounds and writing.

It's unfortunate, but the team's production of crappy cartoons worked too well---making them rich and the most successful producers of cartoons of the 60s and 70s. During this time, again and again, bad production values was their norm and a long list of VERY forgettable cartoons were created. In this case, the amazingly bad INCH HIGH PRIVATE EYE--a completely unfunny and stupid idea. If you want to know what the show was about, the title says it all.

Rotten to the core and strong evidence that the production team had total contempt for us kids!

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