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Treasure Of The Temple

Treasure Of The Temple

Alternate Title: The Lost City

Treasure Of The Temple (The Lost City) (1964) Episode Z-9- Jonny Quest Cartoon Episode Guide Treasure Of The Temple

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  • 1964
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Columbia/Screen Gems
  • Jonny Quest Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Roger T. "Race" Bannon, Jonny Quest, Bandit, Hadji, Montoya, Perkins, Native Guide.
  • Vocal Talent: Mike Road (Roger T. "Race" Bannon), Tim Matheson (as Tim Matthieson) (Jonny Quest), Don Messick (Bandit), Danny Bravo (Hadji), Henry Corden (Montoya), Everett Sloane (Perkins), Nestor Paiva (Native Guide), Tol Avery, Daws Butler, Sam Edwards, Will Kuluva, Cathy Lewis, Keye Luke, Marvin Miller, Pat O'Malley, Vic Perrin, Everett Sloane, John Stephenson, Janet Waldo, Jesse White, Sandy Wormser, Doug Young.
  • Directed By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Produced By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Animated By Jerry Hathcock, Ed Parks, Edwin Aardal, Don Schloat.
    Animation Direction: Charles Nichols (as Charles A. Nichols).
  • Written By Walter Black.
    Story Direction: Lewis Marshall.
    Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson.
  • Edited By Warner Leighton, Donald A. Douglas, Ken Spears, Ed Warschilka, Larry Cowan.
    Supervising Film Editor: Tony Milch.

Additional Crew:

  • Supervising Art Director: Doug Wildey.
  • Based On An Idea By: Doug Wildey.
  • Character Design: Alex Toth
  • Layouts: Dick Bickenbach, Moe Gollub, Alex Ignatiev.
  • Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas.
  • Production Supervision: Howard Hanson.
  • Technical Supervisor: Frank Paiker.
  • Ink And Paint Supervisor: Roberta Greutert.
  • Continuity: Marceil Ferguson, Evelyn Sherwood, Annie Lee Holm, Jane Phillippi, Joyce Gard, Woody Chatwood, Jan Gusdavidson, Myke Nelson, Elizabeth MacGowan, Christine Decker, Natalie Yates, Joan Orbison, Ted C. Bemiller.
  • Camera: Charles Flekal, Norman Stainback, Bob Collis, Roy Wade, Eugene Borghi.
  • Sound Direction: Buddy Myers.

  • © MCMLXIV Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.


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Cartoon Summary:

The Quests explore some Mayan ruins in South America, and run afoul of some bad guys looking for a hidden treasure.

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While "The Adventures of Jonny Quest" was in my opinion he second best adventure cartoon series ever produced (the Fliescher Superman series will always reign supreme) this episode was on the low end of the curve. Still inspired and moody in the...  (read more)

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A fun outing, better than average--watch out for the vampire bat attack, and that giant funnel spider in the underground cave! *shiver*

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