Inspector Gadget (movie)
Inspector Gadget is a 1999 American police comedy movie loosely based on the cartoon of the same name. It had a direct-to-video sequel in 2003 with French Stewart as Gadget. It was directed by David Kellogg. It was written by Mike Myers, Kerry Ehrin and Zak Penn.
Plot[change | change source]
Officer John Brown had been caught in a fatal accident set off by Sanford Scolex. He was repaired with various items inside him. He was given a talking Gadgetmobile that helps him out.
Cast[change | change source]
- Mike Myers as John Brown/Inspector Gadget and Robo-Gadget
- Rupert Everett as Sanford Scolex/Claw
- Joely Fisher as Brenda Bradford
- Michelle Trachtenberg as Penny
- Andy Dick as Kramer
- Mike Hagerty as Sikes
- René Auberjonois as Dr. Bradford
- D.L. Hughley as the voice of Gadgetmobile
- Don Adams as the voice of Brain
Filming[change | change source]
Principal photography began on July 20, 1998, and wrapped on October 3, 1998.
Reception[change | change source]
Many people didn't like the movie, especially how Claw's face was revealed compared to the cartoon and that Gadget is able to be much less clueless.