Inspector Gadget

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Inspector Gadget theatrical movie poster.

Movie (1999)

Matthew Broderick (Inspector Gadget / John Brown)
Rupert Everett (Dr. Claw / Sanford Scolex)
Joely Fisher (Brenda Bradford)
Michelle Trachtenberg (Penny)
Andy Dick (Kramer)
Cheri Oteri (Mayor Wilson)

Lowly security guard John Brown is injured whilst pursuing the notorious Dr. Claw (in reality billionaire Sanford Scolex), who has robbed and killed Artemus Bradford, a scientist specializing in robotics. Artemus' daughter, Brenda, rebuilds Brown into the cyborg superhero "Inspector Gadget", who goes on to wipe out crime in the city and also to tangle again with Claw.

Eurocopter AS350 AStar

Seen in its frequent capacity as a news helicopter.


Eurocopter AS355 TwinStar

Dr. Claw uses this as an escape vehicle at the end, but it crashes when his claw-hand malfunctions and pinches off the steering mechanism, leaving no means of piloting the craft.


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