Need Help Identifying This Classic Cartoon

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  1. Ondoher Prime

    Ondoher Prime "And then..?"

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    i recall when i was a kid watching classic cartoons; and there was one that has stuck in my mind ever since: i can't remember the title but two of the main characters were a three-headed hero & a villain named Dirty Pierre.

    can anyone please help me identifying this classic cartoon?
     
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    The Brothers Matzoriley, which would end cap The Super 6 cartoon. LINK
     
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    I believe it was The Inspector, from the Pink Panther show.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Inspector

    http://cc.msnscache.com/cache.aspx?q=8343041147482&lang=en-US&mkt=en-US&FORM=CVRE7

    "Pink Panther Show # 12 (Nov. 22, 1969)
    The Pink Panther litters in a small town, is quickly convicted of this crime, and is sentenced to collecting and disposing
    of every article of refuse in the wasteful community, a three-headed villain in a black coat steals the priceless DeGaulle
    Stone from the protective custody of the Inspector, who must recover the heisted diamond or lose his job- and his head,
    and the Pink Panther's home improvement projects painfully miscarry."

    "Pink Panther Show # 4 (Oct. 3, 1970)
    The Inspector's efforts to capturea hoodlum, Dirty Pierre Le Punk, are unmitigated failures, despite the advice of an
    Oriental-voiced, robot policeman; the Pink Panther tries to free a medieval peasant from the dungeons of a tax collector;
    and an all-red, blotchy art thief fleeces the Louvre gallery of all of its treasures- behind the backs of the Inspector
    and Sergeant Deux-Deux."
     
  4. Jux

    Jux Please, call me Steve. Veteran

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    On a side note, Urban Dictionary was really helpful in learning what a "Dirty Pierre" is.
     
  5. Lance Halberd

    Lance Halberd oh hai

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    Personally, I think Lucky Pierre is much cooler.
     
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    Dirty Sanchez > Dirty Pierre
     
  7. Ondoher Prime

    Ondoher Prime "And then..?"

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    a very big thank you, man!

    i appreciate the help. :thumb 
     
  8. honestgabe

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    Not a problem. I just used google.
     

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