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Napoleon Blown-Aparte (1966)

The Inspector ineffectually tries to protect the Commissioner from a mad bomber's revenge campaign.

Director:

Gerry Chiniquy

Writer:

John W. Dunn (story)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Pat Harrington Jr. ... Inspector / Sergeant Deux-Deux (voice)
Larry Storch ... Commissioner (voice)
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Storyline

A mad bomber, who looks like a large black-ball bomb with wild eyes, blasts his way out of prison, vowing revenge on the officer who sent him there - the Surete Commissioner. Inspector Clouseau promises to protect the Commissioner, but no matter where they go, Clouseau's screening is ineffective, the mad bomber reaches his target, and a bomb explodes, blasting only the Commissioner. Finally, the Commissioner himself becomes a mad bomber - and Clouseau is his target! Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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inspector | the inspector | See All (2) »

Genres:

Animation | Short

Certificate:

Approved
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 1966 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Inspetor Clouseau - Napoleão Blown-Aparte See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Quotes

Inspector: [looks through his magnifying glass] Is that a fuse?
[the sun's rays cause the fuse to be lit... ]
Inspector: [traces the fuse to the Commissioner] Yes, it's a fuse...
[BOOM!]
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Connections

Followed by Sacré Bleu Cross (1967) See more »

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Being Blown Up Only Gets Him Dirty
14 March 2008 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

This was okay, but nothing super and certainly not as good as the first two on the DVD "The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection, Vol. 6 - Inspector Cartoons. One thing it had that the first two didn't have was a laugh track which is stupid beyond belief. I don't need to be told when to laugh at a cartoon. Fortunately, it was subdued, but the principle of it annoys me.

This is a one-joke cartoon, that of "The Mad Bomber," a little furry creature, planting bombs all over the place to blow up the Commissioner, the inspector's boss and the man who put the "boomer," as Clouseau pronounces it, behind bars. The Commish gets blown up many times, but outside of getting soot all over him, he seems to survive each one with no problem.

The best part of this cartoon, by far, was the artwork. There are some really good drawings in here, both of a big mansion and at the French Riviera and other places. It may not provide a lot of laughs, but it was a treat for the eyes.


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