Deadly Junket is the fourth episode of the of 1980's Jonny Quest.
A kidnapped scientist is pressured to develop a missile sabotage system for Zin, and his escaped daughter asks the Quest team for help.
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- Dr. Zin
- Dr. Zin's partner (single appearance)
- Dr. Zin's henchman (single appearance)
- Dr. Zin's enforcer (single appearance)(no lines)
|Scott Menville||Jonny Quest|
|Don Messick|| Dr. Benton Quest|
|Granville Van Dusen||Race Bannon|
|Vic Perrin||Dr. Zin|
|Georgi Irene||Jessie Bradshaw|
- Originally, Jonny and Jessie were supposed to be known each from when they were little due to Dr. Quest and Dr. Bradshaw being old colleagues, and Jessie would've gone onto appear in several other episodes, but both plans were scrapped. However, episode was retooled to be half the basis of the TV movie, Jonny's Golden Quest, where Jessie pretends to be the daughter of a scientist, hiding the fact she is really the daughter of Race and Jade. Race and Jade had got married at one point, but separated, with Jade keeping the knowledge from him. The idea of Race and Jade having got married was another idea that never made it into the 80s series. Unlike Jessie Bradshaw, Jessie Bannon succeeded in Hanna-Barbera's goal of introducing a girl into the team, as she appeared in the sequel movie, Jonny Quest Versus the Cyber Insects, and the TV series, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest. It should be noted that in the second season of Real Adventures, Jessie is retconned to be the daughter of Race and Estella, as the writers didn't agree with the events of Golden Quest.
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- Jonny Quest: The Complete Eighties Adventures DVD set released on April 18, 2014 by Warner Archive Collection.
|Jonny Quest (1986-1987) episodes|