My favourite detective cartoon after Inspector Gadget
I only just catched a recent episode of this great cartoon series recently on Boomerang. So I thought I might like to comment about the show.
INCH HIGH, "the world's biggest little detective," was the hero of Inch High, Private Eye, a 1972 Hanna Barbera cartoon for kids. He could shrink down to the height of one inch, thanks to the help of a secret shrinking formula. Unfortunately, the effects of the formula weren't reliable, and he would often start to grow in the most inopportune of times. Suffice it to say the whole thing was played for laughs...
So what do I think of it? Well, it is my favourite detective cartoon after Inspector Gadget. It's got a cool theme tune, along with a memorable opening sequence for each episode! Also, like most of the Hanna Barbera cartoons from the early 1970s, they have that retro feel, which is often a good thing if you are bored with the cartoon shows from the early 2000s!Only one little criticism about the show, I though John Stephenson's voice for Mr. Finkerton was a bit comical! But that's all I can't stand about the show! The rest I enjoy, especially the voices for Laurie (Kathy Gori),Gator(Bob Lutell), and Inch High (Alan Oppenheimer.
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