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With a nose for clues, an eye for intrigue and a mind like a steel trap that's jammed shut, The Inspector sets out to solve Paris' most puzzling crime mysteries.
It is great, being able to watch the cartoons I saw as a kid. The Inspector is a real goofball. Very funny cartoons!Published 8 months ago by Harold Armstrong
Fun stuff! Just as great as I remember from when I was younger! Well put together & lots of laughs! Worth every penny!Published 15 months ago by Linda D. Gentile
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I haven't watched the entire disc of The Inspector yet, but of the nine cartoons I've seen, only "Napoleon Blown-Aparte"; "Ape Suzette"; and "Sicque! Sicque! Sicque!" feature laugh tracks.
Jul 2, 2011 by S. Wynn | See all 2 posts
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