Inspector Gadget 2

Inspector Gadget 2 ( Modified Lincoln Convertible ) 1964

Inspector Gadget 2 ( Modified Lincoln Convertible ) 1964

Inspector Gadget 2.     ( amazon.co.uk )      Press Here

Inspector Gadget 2

Inspector Gadget 2, (sometimes called Inspector 2 Gadget and IG2) is a 2003 American live-action comedy film, released direct-to-video on VHS and DVD on March 11, 2003. The film is based on the 1983 cartoon series created by DIC Entertainment and is a sequel to the 1999 film, Inspector Gadget.

Theme Tune

Inspector Gadget – Theme

Inspector Gadget
Whoo-hoo
Inspector Gadget

Inspector Gadget
Whoo-hoo
Inspector Gadget

Go Gadget go
Go Gadget go

Inspector Gadget
Who-hoo
Inspector Gadget

Go Gadget go

Trivia

Dr. Claw’s face is never shown throughout the entire course of the film. This is a reference to a running gag from the original TV series. Only his eye is shown for a spilt second.

Quote

“You don’t bump the Gadgetmobile. The Gadgetmobile bumps you!”

Cast

French Stewart as Inspector Gadget
Elaine Hendrix as G2
Tony Martin as Dr. Claw
Caitlin Wachs as Penny
Jeff Glenn Bennett as Brain the Dog (voice)
D. L. Hughley as Gadgetmobile (voice)
Mark Mitchell as Chief Quimby
Sigrid Thornton as Mayor Wilson
Bruce Spence as Baxter
Alethea McGrath as Mrs. Quimby (cameo)
Mungo McKay as the Bartender
James Wardlaw as Brick
John Batchelor as McKible
Nick Lawson as Squint
Mick Roughan as Jungle Bob
Siros Niaros as The Ninja
Brian McDermott as Mr. Morgan

Gadgetmobile is a talking crime fighting automobile created by Dr. Brenda Bradford to assist Inspector Gadget in fighting crime. According to Brenda, Gadgetmobile is a “he,” and is a heavily modified 1964 Lincoln Continental convertible.The Lincoln Continental is a series of mid-sized and full-sized luxury cars produced by Lincoln, a division of the American automaker Ford Motor Company. The model line was introduced following the construction of a personal vehicle for Edsel Ford, who commissioned a coachbuilt 1939 Lincoln-Zephyr convertible,In production for over 55 years across nine different decades, Lincoln has produced ten generations of the Continental. Within the Lincoln model line, the Continental has served several roles ranging from its flagship to its base-trim sedan. From 1961 to 1976, Lincoln sold the Continental as its exclusive model line..Unlike the first film, Inspector Gadget 2 is considered a more faithful adaptation of the original animated series. The characters’ personalities were altered to be more in line with their cartoon counterparts and Dr. Claw’s face is never shown. Gadget and Claw are never referred to as “John Brown” and “Sanford Scolex”, their respective civilian names from the first film (though Claw’s communicator is still labeled as “Scolex Industries”).

Quote

Claw: Care for a smoke, Gadget?

[presses a button on his remote-control device, opening four smoke-ports on the truck’s rear bumper and sending thick clouds of bright pink smoke billowing out]

Trivia

The film was shot entirely in and around Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Trivia

Claw’s henchmen Jungle Bob and Squint are adapted from the original cartoon series. They respectively appeared in Inspector Gadget: Photo Safari (1983) and Inspector Gadget: Funny Money (1983).

Quote

[at the science convention]

Inspector Gadget: Now I need you to keep an sharp eye out, Gadgetmobile, if you see anything suspicious you let me know!

Gadgetmobile: You mean like a Trekkie with a girlfriend?

Trivia

This is the first time that Elaine Hendrix played a hero. She previously played a villain in The Parent Trap (1998). Coincidentally, both movies were released by Disney.

Info

Cinematography Geoffrey Wharton
Edited by Jimmy Hill
Music by Chris Hajian
Production
companies
Walt Disney Pictures
The Kerner Entertainment Company
Fountain Productions
Distributed by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
Release date

March 11, 2003

Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $12 million

Trivia

D.L Hughley, who voiced Gadget mobile was the only original cast member to return from the previous movie.

QUIZ 1

What did the special effects crew use to make the gadget hat spin in the movie ?

A. A Pole attached to a drill
B. A record player hid under his hat
C. Special motors hidden inside the hat
D. A pair of golf cart motors

Press for Answer

A. A Pole attached to a drill

Scroll Down for More

QUIZ 2

What is Inspector Gadget actual Name ?

A. John Green
B. John Brown
C. John Black
D. John Blue

Press for Answer

B. John Brown

Scroll Down for More

Inspector Gadget 2 CARS 5.

QUIZ 1

What did the special effects crew use to make the gadget hat spin in the movie ?

A. A Pole attached to a drill
B. A record player hid under his hat
C. Special motors hidden inside the hat
D. A pair of golf cart motors

The special effects crew used power drills for some of their stunts. For example, when Gadget first sees G2, his hat spins when a power drill connected to a pole to the hat spins

Inspector Gadget 2 CARS 6 (1)

QUIZ 2

What is Inspector Gadget actual Name ?

A. John Green
B. John Brown
C. John Black
D. John Blue

It is revealed in the first live action film that Gadget’s real name is Jonathan “John” Brown. He is portrayed by Matthew Broderick in the first film and French Stewart in the sequel.

52. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

<< PREVIOUS PAGE

( Customised Paragon Panther ) 1968

53. Inspector Gadget 2

THIS PAGE

( Modified Lincoln Convertible ) 1964

54. Speed Racer

NEXT PAGE >>

( Racer Motors Mach 5 ) 2008

Famous Cars from TV, Film ( www.gadgetshowprizes.co.uk ) is unofficial and for information only. It is in no way linked to any official companies. All Amazon Links are linked directly to an official Amazon associates affiliated website ( www.amazon.co.uk )Info from IMBCd, Wilkipedia, IMdb, and Video from YouTube . Make ,Model and Year are for Reference ONLY and may not match the Movie Date, Cars are in No Particular Order