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Inspector Gadget
Inspector Gadget
The Greatest Hero Ever Assembled
Directed By David Kellogg
Screenplay By Kerry Ehrin, Zak Penn
Cast Matthew Broderick, Rupert Everett, Michelle Trachtenberg
Produced By Andy Heyward, Jordan Kerner, Roger Birnbaum
Film Editing By Thom Noble, Alan Cody, Gerald B. Greenberg
Cinematography By Adam Greenberg
Music By John Debney
Studio

Walt Disney Pictures, Caravan Pictures, Avnet–Kerner Productions, DIC Entertainment

Country

United States

Language

English

Release Date

July 23, 1999

Runtime

78 Minutes

Rating PG
Distributed By

Buena Vista Pictures

Budget $90,000,000
Gross $134,403,112


Plot

Cast

  • Matthew Broderick as Inspector Gadget, RoboGadget
  • Rupert Everett as Dr. Claw
  • Joely Fisher as Dr. Brenda Bradford, RoboBrenda
  • Michelle Trachtenberg as Penny
  • Don Adams as Brain (voice)
  • D.L. Hughley as Gadgetmobile (voice)
  • Dabney Coleman as Chief Quimby
  • Cheri Oteri as Mayor Wilson
  • Andy Dick as Kramer
  • Michael G. Hagerty as Sykes
  • Rene Auberjonois as Dr. Artemus Bradford
  • Frances Bay as Thelma
  • J.P. Manoux as the Mayor's Assistant
  • Brian George as The Sore Guru
  • Mr. T as Himself
  • Richard Kiel as Famous Big Guy with Silver Teeth (Jaws)
  • Richard Lee-Sung as Famous Villain with Deadly Hat (Oddjob)
  • Bobby Bell as Famous Identifier of Sea Planes (Tattoo)
  • Hank Barrera as Famous Native American Sidekick (Tonto)
  • Keith Morrison as Famous Assistant to Dr. Frankensomething (Igor)
  • John Kim as Son Before Second Son (Number One Son)
  • Jesse Yoshimura as Bane of the Bumbling, Idiotic Yet Curiously Successful French Detective's Existence (Cato Fong)
  • Aaron Meyerson as Himself

Production

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