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  • Format: Dolby, PAL
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Studio: Boulevard Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Jan. 2009
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0042FPNXI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,796 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The long arm of the law is back! The world's wackiest crime-fighter, returns to battle his nemesis Dr.Claw. But Gadget is forced to take his arch enemy without his beloved gadgetmobile. It's been thrown onto the junk heap and, if Dr.Claw and his secret weapon have their way, Inspector Gadget will be tossed onto the pile next. It's the wildest gadget adventure ever!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. J. Varney on 11 Sept. 2010
Format: DVD
Inspector Gadget's Last Case is a movie that is based on the classic 1980s kids' cartoon "Inspector Gadget" and riding on the coatails of Disney's unfaithful 1999 live-action film but while, being a fan of the original cartoon, I was excited to see a cartoon film about my favourite police inspector. However, it was not what I payed for.

The film itself make the second season (which people are quick to critizise) along with the episodes featuring the badly annoying Captain Capeman seem like gold. The animation has standard computer 2000s animation along with surprisingly garish colours but that cannot save this film. Many aspects of the original Inspector Gadget cartoon were missing. The famous "Inspector Gadget" theme tune is nowhere to be heard. They do try to make the new theme sound similar but it doesn't work. The inspector himself has changed, he somehow looks more cartoony and shorter but his voice actor does an decent job making him sound like Don Adams. The Gadgetmobile, for some reason or another, now talks and does not convert into a van/police car vice versa. Penny look completely different and does not have her computer book anymore (laptop instead) and does not make enough apperences. Brain is also involved but even he was given too little to do in this movie. While, Dr. Claw (his cat aside) is unchanged in apperence, he has changed location and his voice is not as menacing as it was in the original. Plus, Chief Quimby was completely out of character.

The plot is very weak. It was mainly about a transformation formula and in which Claw uses it to try and wreck Gadget's popularity. Meanwhile, Gadget is falling out with Gadgetmobile?
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kassiopipaul on 13 May 2013
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item arrived safely and within time,my kids love it this is one of many that they watch constantly several times over
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Even Penny and Brain Couldn't Save Uncle Gadget This Time 26 Jan. 2005
By D. Crean - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Inspector Gadget was probably my all-time favorite 80's cartoon. I enjoyed both the first and second seasons of the series as well as 1992's Christmas special "Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas". Some Gadget fans are quick to criticize the second season (1985) of the show, but they need to compare it to DiC's 2002 release of "Inspector Gadget's Last Case: Claw's Revenge" for then, they will find the second season to be absolute gold.

Being a Gadget fan, I couldn't resist the opportunity to see the animated Inspector Gadget in something that wasn't Gadget Boy-related. I purchased the film, and I swore to myself that I'd be objective; I knew that sometimes artistic liberties would be taken from the original series. I was not even prepared for what I was about to watch.

There was barely a shred of the original show still intact.

Here is a short list of just some of the cons for this movie:

*The humor is non-existant from the original series.

*Penny and Brain (originally having a nearly equal part in the series as Gadget) are missing from the action for fifteen to twenty minute intervals.

*The original music by Saban & Levy is not there, and the score that exists is subpar. (Understood that Saban has his own production company now, but at least "Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas" had good music, even without Saban.)

*Don't expect to see any of Gadget's gadgets which made the show so endearing, such as gadget-copter, gadget-brella, gadget-mallot,gadget-coat (which actually was used but it was not even called the same thing), as well as his standard other hat and hand gadgets. In this movie, his gadget legs were telescopic instead of springs. That kind of stuff annoys true fans of the show, and simply aren't necessary to change.

*The gadgetmobile from the original series is now a fast-talking, supposedly "hip" convertible. All the fans from the original series enjoyed the gadgetmobile transforming into the gadget van and vice versa.

*Chief Quimby is now very short-tempered and even mean to Gadget. He was always grumpy in the original series, but this pushes the situation a bit much.

*Penny no longer has a computer book.

Are there any positives to this movie? Ok, here goes...

*Maurice LaMarche does a good job of taking over for the great Don Adams as Inspector Gadget.

*In one scene, Chief Quimby alludes to an actual villain from the cartoon series: the Great Wambini (classic "Gadget" villain from the second season, voiced by Louis Nye).

Looking for more redeeming factors for this movie? Well, you're out of luck. Life is about making choices and living by those choices. Most situations in life have a purpose even if it is to teach a lesson. The lesson learned here: keep to the original formula! "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." True Gadget fans should steer clear from this movie; you will surely be disappointed.

Hopefully, DiC will continue to release more of the original series on DVD. So far, Volume 1 of "The Gadget Files" has been released as well as "Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas". As a true Gadget fan, lover of 80's animation and many of DiC's programs, I urge you the viewer to purchase these two DVD's which are excellent and sure to bring back good memories.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Make this Gadget's Last case 18 Aug. 2007
By Bennet Pomerantz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Inspector Gadget's Last Case - Claw's Revenge is almost as bad as the both of the live action Gadget movie. Instead of an anti-gadget as in the first movie, you have a so-called crimefighter who tries his best to best Gadget at his crimefighting

A few things make this Gadget incomplete. As much as I love Maurice LaMarche (from Pinky & The Brian) trying to step into Don Adams's Gadget shoes..,THERE is NO ONE else that can do Gadget like Adams! The script seems disjointed and disappointing. And Penny is giving too little to do in this movie to save it all !

So dont get this and get the Original Gadget TV stuff with Adams

Bennet Pomerantz AUDIOWORLD
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Utterly plot-less and only slightly entertaining 7 Oct. 2005
By Inspector Gadget - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I got this DVD well over 2 years ago and only decided to watch it yesterday. I don't know why it took me so long as I do like the Inspector Gadget show and even the new Gadget and the Gadgetinis. While it may have a bright color pallet and all the technical sophistication of a modern animated movie, there are some old things missing that bog this Gadget right down the toilet.

First of all the classic Inspector Gadget theme song and music is completely absent. The composer tries to compromise by doing a score that sounds similar but it's still just no good enough. The Gadget-mobile is now a talking car, not a car that can turn into a van. Plus it looks a lot cuter and rounder instead of being plain cool. Penny no longer has her computer book and she and Brain hardly make an appearance at all.

The plot is non-existent. There's something about a transformation formula and Doctor Claw using for some never revealed evil but that's all I got. What the deal was with the short/giant Italian guy I will never know. It had nothing to do with anything.

And if the title is anything to go by, his last case is wrapped up in no way whatsoever. And he stays on the force so why it's called 'last case' is a mystery also.

I wasn't impressed at all. This is an affront to a great animated show that is strangely absent on DVD, but don't let that prompt you into buying whatever Inspector Gadget DVDs you can. I sold this mere seconds after finally watching it. No kid will like or appreciate this and no fan of the old show with tolerate it.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A Worthy Send Off of the Great Inspector 6 Oct. 2011
By Martin MacCready - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Go go gadget resolution! After spending dozens of episodes embroiled in a seemingly endless game of cat and also cat, Inspector Gadget's deadly rivalry with the sinister Dr. Claw comes to its logical and thrilling conclusion. The case begins with a mystery worthy of the great Inspector as a new hero emerges on the scene. The first act wrings out a great deal of pathos as Inspecter Gadget realizes that, like all technology, he is on the cusp of becoming obsolete. This is not only true to the character and story arcs, but also provides a rather meta commentary on the state of the series as a hole. The writers themselves knew that their own great adventure was coming to an end, and one gets the feeling that they shared Gadget's despair at his own obsolescence.

However, the great detective does not get to contemplate his navel for long, as it soon becomes apparent that this upstart hero is not all that he seems. Worse, a string a grisly murders bring Gadget to a horrible realization: the day he hoped would never come has arisen as Dr. Claw begins to put his endgame into action. Bodies pile up and blood flows freely as the Inspector Gadget is dragged into an increasingly complicated chain of mysteries that ultimately lead him into the lair of Dr. Claw himself.

There are so many scenes that raise this story to the level of high art, on par with Citizen Kane or such animated classics as Snow White and Cars 2, yet to describe them to you would spoil your pleasure of viewing it for the first time. Let me instead say that the story is just as brooding, psychological, and grim as one would expect from this series. This is the story that the writers have been building up to from the very first episode, with all the gruesome dismemberments and fifteen minute long gang rapes one would expect. It isn't all shock and horror, of course (though yes, there is plenty of that), as, in true Inspector Gadget fashion, the story weaves these titillating if terrifying elements into a compelling and thoughtful tale. You will not help shedding tears at Penny and Brain's glorious final stand against a legion of the M.A.D. henchmen, and the final fight between Gadget and Dr. Claw is a tense, frenetic, and action packed climax rendered in the most breath-takingly expressive animation ever wrung from human hands - in fact, it is so wondrous in its detail that I almost wonder if it had been drawn by the gods themselves.

This is it, my friends. This is the Inspector Gadget story to end all Inspector Gadget stories, and the absolute apex of animation and, indeed, film itself as an art form. I have gazed upon perfection, and it is Inspector Gadget's Last Case.
Gadget dvd 7 July 2013
By Patricia De Range - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My handicapped son will ONLY watch Inspector Gadget and Scooby Doo, will not watch any other cartoon, wish there were more on the market, he don't like the new Scooby Doo's, their too dark and he don't care for the story line. The older one's are best.
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