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The Curse Of Anubis (1964) Episode Z-2- Jonny Quest Cartoon Episode Guide The Curse Of Anubis

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>Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Animated Characters: Roger T. "Race" Bannon, Hadji, Jonny Quest, Dr. Benton C. Quest, Arab Rifleman in Tomb, Hadji, Dr. Ali Kareem, Bandit, Kidnappers.
  • First Aired in 1964.
  • Episode Number: Z-2
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Various Air Dates:


  • Oct 2, 1964- Original Air Date
  • Jun 3, 1965- Repeated on ABC

Cartoon Production Information:


Repeated on ABC June 3, 1965.

Jonny Quest is one of the longest running Saturday morning cartoon shows of all time, alongside such mainstays as Scooby-Doo and Fat Albert. Unlike Scoob and Al, however, only a mere 26 episodes were produced of the original Jonny Quest.

The show was an adventure series about pre-teen Jonny Quest, who, along with mystical Indian friend Hadji, pet dog Bandit, Jonny's super-scientist father Dr. Benton Quest, and government intelligence agent/bodyguard/pilot Race Bannon, investigated strange goings-on all over the world. Episodes of Jonny Quest blended mystery, adventure, action, intrigue, scientific marvels, and humor as the group traveled everywhere from the Sargasso Sea to equatorial Africa.

Jonny Quest originally ran in primetime on ABC during the 1964-65 season, but much like Hanna-Barbera predecessor The Jetsons, the program didn't find success until it moved to Saturday morning. When it hit, it hit big. Jonny Quest ran on CBS from 1967-1970, then back to ABC through 1972. In 1978, the program became part of The Godzilla Power Hour, and in 1979, Jonny Quest moved to NBC, where it stayed until 1981. All that milage on twenty-six original episodes- pretty impressive.

Hanna-Barbera rebooted the character in 1986 in The New Jonny Quest, a segment on The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera. This lasted thirteen episodes.

In 1996, the Turner Company released an updated, all-new series entitled Jonny Quest: The Real Adventures. This new series featured an additional character in Jessie Bannon, the daughter of Race, and made extensive use of computer animation.

When the Quests fly to Egypt, they ride in an SST-style jet (they appear to be the only passengers) instead of flying their own jet, and they leave from Washington, D.C. instead of a Florida airport.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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I loved this episode,the Jonny Quests with the real creatures and monsters,with the more mystical feel were my favorites.This one is so much like the horror films of the 1950's I...  (read more)

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like all the original Quests this has a retro, old-movie feel to it. most memorable is the villain, a barely disguised Gamel Nassar, hysterically spouting politics ("We shall become a great nation again!") before cashing his chips at the hands of...  (read more)

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