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Classic Jonny Quest
Jonny Quest Production Art
Many of these images are from the personal collection of DJ; also many thanks to Jim Alexander and Kent Steine for providing new images as well as improved-quality images.

General cast and characters
Doug Wildey custom paintings!

"Jack Armstrong" images (as seen in the JQ ending credits) 
Many thanks to Kent Steine for sharing these ultra-rare images)
Double Danger (Production #Z-1): The Curse of Anubis (Production #Z-2): Mystery of the Lizard Men (Production #Z-3): Riddle of the Gold (Production #Z-4): Arctic Splashdown (Production #Z-5): Calcutta Adventure (Production #Z-6): Pursuit of the Po-Ho (Production #Z-7): Shadow of the Condor (Production #Z-8):  Treasure of the Temple (Production #Z-9): Skull and Double Crossbones (Production #Z-12): Dragons of Ashida (Production #Z-14):
  • Dr. Ashida (image courtesy Joe Tumminelli)
  • Sumi (image courtesy Joe Tumminelli)
Turu the Terrible (Production #Z-15):
  • Deen (Turu's master)
  • a scene possibly from a storyboard collection for the episode, as this never occurred during the actual episode.
Attack of the Tree People (Production #Z-16): The Fraudulent Volcano (Production #Z-17): Werewolf of the Timberland (Production #Z-18): The Invisible Monster (Production #Z-19): The Devil's Tower (Production #Z-21): The House of Seven Gargoyles (Production #Z-22): Terror Island (Production #Z-23): Monster in the Monastery (Production #Z-24): The Sea Haunt (Production #Z-25): Quetong Missile Mystery (Production #Z-26):
Sketches by Alexander Toth (images courtesy Steve Moses)
* Items marked "Don Schloat" are from the files of animator Don Schloat. It's probable that he drew the items.

Quest Gadgets and Vehicles:

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