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Jonny Quest Season 1 - Werewolf of the Timberland
© 1998-2004, Lyle P. Blosser, Craig Fuqua
Z-18, , 1/7/65, 7/22/65.
Trivia and items of interest:
- The line "Look, I think he got away" was delivered by Race, but it was Dr. Quest's
- Right at the end, when Jonny says he wants to know one more thing (how could an
owl have told White Feather where he and Hadji were), we see a group tableau. In
the tableau, our heroes are seen with their shadows in front of them. They are quite
plainly looking forward, toward the owl in the tree. Then we cut to the owl. There
is just one problem. The moon is behind the owl. If they were looking FORWARD at
the owl and the moon was BEHIND the owl, how could their shadows be IN FRONT of
them? Their shadows should have been BEHIND them, surely?
(Reported by Tammy Harman)
- After Bandit got skunked, Race tells Jonny to stay upwind as he scrubs Bandit in
the river. But that would mean everyone would catch the smell (since they would
be downwind of Bandit) -- Race should've told Jonny to stay downwind instead. (Reported by Ian Allan)
- The French for "werewolf", spelled "loup-garou", is in fact pronounced "loo-garoo",
not "loop-garoo". (Reported by Graham Darling)
- From where they were, Jonny and Hadji could not possibly have been able to see nor
hear enough to understand that, way across the river and up the flume, gold was
being loaded into hollow logs. (Reported by Graham
- Dr. Quest was asked by the Ottawa, Canada, government to locate a particular specimen
of petrified wood
- One of the bad guys was called Blackie LeBlanch, which means "black white"
- The voice of White Feather was provided by the actor who also voices Race (Mike
- Jonny and Hadji are both good woodsmen, according to Race
Link to the restored end credits
for the episode.
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