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Classic Jonny Quest
Jonny Quest Season 1 - Monster in the Monastery


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Z-24, (possibly Monsters in the Monastery,) 3/4/65, 8/26/65




Trivia and items of interest:
  • I watched this episode several times before I realized -- Race and Dr. Quest are not wearing their usual shirts! Race usually has this red button-at-the-side number, and the good doctor prefers collared dress shirts (sometimes with a tie). In this episode both of them have apparently adopted a modified "Jonny" look with black tee-shirts.
  • (Not technically a flub, but kind of unusual) The Raj Guru says that the "natives" are afraid to cross the bridge. It seems a little odd to me that someone would refer to his own townspeople as "natives". (Reported by John Boyd)

Flubs:
  • When they are flying in the plane to Tibet, they have their normal shirts on, but when they open the doors immediately after landing, Dr. Quest and Race have black tees on under their coats. Technically not a flub, I guess, but gosh! talk about quick change artists!
  • I probably wouldn't have caught this if I hadn't just noticed the black tee-shirts Race and Dr. Quest were wearing, but in the scene where they're at the castle after having found the boys and just before they see the real yeti on a ledge, there's a quick shot of Dr. Quest, but his shirt is the same green color as his jacket, instead of black. Later, it's black again.

Link to the restored end credits for the episode.






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