Sicque! Sicque! Sicque!
Studio: DePatie Freleng Release Date : September 23, 1966 Series: The Inspector
Cumulative rating:
(2 ratings submitted)

Associated Studio(s)

Mirisch Company / Geoffrey

Synopsis

While searching the haunted house of a TV-hating mad scientist, Deux-Deux drinks an elixir that transforms him into a Jekyll and Hyde type monster. The Inspector is now on a mad hunt for this monster, not knowing that it's his own sidekick.
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Characters

The Inspector
(Voice: Pat Harrington Jr.)
Sergeant Deux-Deux
(Voice: Pat Harrington Jr.)

Credits

Director

George Singer

Animator

Norman "Norm" McCabe
Manuel "Manny" Perez
Warren Batchelder
Don Williams
Bob Matz

Story

John W. Dunn

Music

Walter Greene

Voices

Pat Harrington Jr.

Producer

David H. DePatie
Isadore "Friz" Freleng

Film Editor

Lee Gunther

Production Supervisor

Bill Orcutt

Design

Tom ("T.M.") Yakutis

Theme Music

Enrico Nicola "Henry" Mancini


Distributor(s)

United Artists

Trivia

  • This cartoon is a slight remake of Hyde and Go Tweet (1960) with Tweety and Sylvester

Television

The Pink Panther Show (Season 2, Episode 5)

DVD

United States

The Pink Panther and Friends Classic Cartoon Collection, Vol. 6: The Inspector
The Pink Panther Ultimate Collection
The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection (9 Disc Set - 2009)
The Inspector
The DePatie Freleng Collection 1

BluRay Disc

United States

The Inspector
The DePatie-Freleng Collection 1

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 6:15
MPAA No.: 21304
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Color Type: Deluxe
Sound Type: Mono
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From TibbyH :

Most Inspector cartoons felt like TV cartoons with more inbetweens, but I'd say this is one of the better entries in the series. Tom Yakutis' designs help breathe life into this short, and the writing and timing are legitimately good this time. Sure, it's a glorified reskin of Freleng's "Hyde and Go Tweet" (not the first time a DFE short is a rehash of Warner short), but it takes the idea and makes it feel appropriate and not out of place. It's barely 6 minutes without credits, so you don't have much to lose.
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