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Plastered in Paris

Plastered in Paris
The Inspector series
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Directed by Gerry Chiniquy
Produced by David DePatie
Friz Freleng
Story by John W. Dunn
Voices by Pat Harrington, Jr.
Paul Frees
Music by William Lava
Animation by Norm McCabe
Manny Perez
Don Williams
Warren Batchelder
Ted Bonnicksen
Distributed by United Artists
Release date(s) April 5, 1966
Color process DeLuxe
Running time 6' 10"
Language English
Preceded by Cirrhosis of the Louvre
Followed by Cock-A-Doodle Deux Deux

Plastered in Paris is the fifth short in the Inspector series of theatrical cartoons. A total of 34 entries were produced between 1965 and 1969.


The Inspector and Sgt. Deux-Deux are eating lunch when they receive a call from the Commissioner, ordering them to be on the lookout for a fugitive named "X."

They chase him, but get covered with pink laughing gas. They crash, with Deux-Deux breaking his back and the Inspector breaking his right leg. They chase X on a submarine, then head to boiling hot Egypt only to get blown up by a camel, followed by a slow crawl through a sandstorm in the Sahara desert. The Inspector and Deux-Deux trail him up the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro where they find X at the edge of a mountain cliff. X then leaps down with a parachute. The Inspector watches him with anger, then slips and takes Deux Deux with him. Luckily, Deux-Deux releases a tent, allowing them to fall gently to the ground, but land on a lynx, who slashes them to pieces.

The two return to the Commissioner admitting defeat when it is revealed the X is actually the Sûreté's new physical training instructor who was giving the Inspector and Deux Deux a workout.


The Pink Panther Show contained a laugh track when The Inspector cartoons were broadcast on NBC-TV. This version of Plastered in Paris currently airs on the Spanish language Boomerang TV channel; the original English language version is available on YouTube.[1]


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
  • DePatie-Freleng website
  • here
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