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The Robot Spy (1964) Episode Z-10- Jonny Quest Cartoon Episode Guide The Robot Spy

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Hanna-Barbera Studios Mike Road, Tol Avery, Daws Butler, Henry Corden, Sam Edwards, Will Kuluva, Cathy Lewis, Keye Luke, Marvin Miller, Pat O'Malley, Nestor Paiva; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. William Hanna, Joseph Barbera William Hanna, Joseph Barbera , , Warner Leighton, Donald A. Douglas, Ken Spears, Ed Warschilka, Larry Cowan, Tony Milch Hoyt Curtin
  • 1964
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Columbia/Screen Gems
  • Jonny Quest Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Roger T. "Race" Bannon, Radar Man, Jonny Quest, Dr. Benton C. Quest, Bandit, Pilot Red 1, Jones, Hadji, Dr. Zin, Officer, Gate Guard, Zin's Servant, Soldier Guarding Robot Spy, Sergeant.
  • Vocal Talent: Mike Road (Roger T. "Race" Bannon, Radar Man), Tim Matheson (as Tim Matthieson) (Jonny Quest), Don Messick (Dr. Benton C. Quest, Bandit, Pilot Red 1, Jones), Danny Bravo (Hadji), Vic Perrin (Dr. Zin), Doug Young (Officer, Gate Guard, Zin's Servant, Soldier Guarding Robot Spy, Sergeant), Tol Avery, Daws Butler, Henry Corden, Sam Edwards, Will Kuluva, Cathy Lewis, Keye Luke, Marvin Miller, Pat O'Malley, Nestor Paiva, Everett Sloane, John Stephenson, Janet Waldo, Jesse White, Sandy Wormser.
  • Directed By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Produced By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Animated By Harvey Toombs, Don Patterson, Jack Ozark, Chuck Harriton, Anatole Kirsanoff.
    Animation Direction: Charles Nichols (as Charles A. Nichols).
  • Written By William D. Hamilton.
    Story Direction: Dan Gordon.
    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: Bill Perez, Tony Sgroi, Z.T. Jablecki, C.L. Hartman, Earl Martin, Jim Tutwiler.
  • Backgrounds: F. Montealegre, Harvard Pennington, Robert Gentle, Peter Van Elk, Leo Swenson.
  • 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.


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    Thanks to the ClassicJQ site for updated (and correct!) credits!

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At a military base, where Dr. Quest is perfecting his para-power gun, a strange craft lands nearby, carrying an inert black sphere, which they take back to the lab...  (more)

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This is the quintessential JG episode: minimalistic, stripped-down animation, a giant bug of an espionage ploy, and the best story involving the psychotically envious Dr. Zin, the JQ version of Professor Moriarty. The story is told for the most part with...  (read more)

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recurring Fu Manchu-like villain Dr. Zin sends the title entity after the JQ gang. really entertaining. (a similar entity was in the otherwise forgettable movie 'The...  (read more)

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<I>The Robot Spy</I> episode has numerous examples of what, IMHO, makes the classic 1964 Jonny Quest series stand head and shoulders above other animation shows. This, for lack of any better term, I call "less is more". The...  (read more)

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