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Gadget Boy and Heather 

The world's youngest, most blundering bionic detective is assisted by his nanny, Top Secret Agent Heather and his faithful robotic dog G-9.
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1996   1995  

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Cast

Series cast summary:
Don Adams ...  Gadget Boy 3 episodes, 1995
Maurice LaMarche ...  Boris / ... 3 episodes, 1995
Tara Strong ...  Agent Heather 3 episodes, 1995
Stevie Vallance Stevie Vallance ...  Spydra 3 episodes, 1995
Ian James Corlett ...  Additional Voices 3 episodes, 1995
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The world's youngest, most blundering bionic detective is assisted by his nanny, Top Secret Agent Heather and his faithful robotic dog G-9.

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Country:

France

Release Date:

9 September 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Gadget Boy See more »

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Technical Specs

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(26 episodes)
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Quotes

Spydra: [From intro] The world and its treasures shall belong to me, Spydra once I have eliminated Gadget Boy!
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Alternate Versions

After its initial showing, the series was renamed "Gadget Boy" and the theme song was redone with all references to Heather removed. Unfortunately, DiC doesn't seem to be interested in showing the original versions of the episodes anymore as all currently in syndication and on DVD use the new title and theme song. See more »

Connections

Spun-off from Inspector Gadget (1983) See more »

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Clever indeed...
4 March 2006 | by TheshapeshifterSee all my reviews

This show is well done, and I scarcely recall it, but it was, from what I can recall, quite good. It was about a character similar to (or perhaps the same, in the form of a youth) Inspector Gadget. Gadget Boy had an easily distinguished voice which sounded much like Inspector Gadget. The story is essentially about Gadget Boy and his friend's quest against the villainous antagonist Spidra who resembles nothing so much as a large, human-like spider and her talking vulture named Boris. The show was very fresh and new, during its time period and is generically fun, as well as being a somewhat newer concept. I recommend this show to the avid fans of early Saturday morning cartoons who specialize in somewhat obscure cartoons.


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