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Ndovu's Last Journey is the fifth episode of the first season of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest.

Premise

Jonny is chosen to guide an elephant to its sacred resting place, before two poachers kill it first.

Synopsis

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Appearances

Characters

Main characters:

Supporting characters:

Villains:

Other characters:

  • Ndovu (single appearance)(no lines)
  • Officer (single appearance)

Locations

  • East Africa
    • Tanzania
      • Serengeti National Park
    • Elephants' graveyard
  • Nairobi (mentioned)

Objects

  • Gottlos's rifle
  • Jonny's camera

Vehicles

Cast

J.D. Roth Jonny Quest
Michael Benyaer Hadji
Gottlos
Soldier
Jesse Douglas Jessie Bannon
George Segal Dr. Benton Quest
Robert Patrick Race Bannon
Frank Welker Ndovu
Lion
Jackyl
Dorian Harewood Officer
Brock Peters Masai
Tristan Rogers Hawkins

Notes/trivia

  • Bandit is absent.
  • The scene where Ndovu chases the Quest Rover and Dr. Quest sees it in the Rover's side mirror is a homage to the 1993 film Jurassic Park, which features a similar scene with a T-Rex chasing a jeep.

Goofs

Objects are closer ("croser") than they appear.

  • The Rover's side mirror reads "Objects are closer than they appear", but the sentence is flipped as though you need a mirror to read it. The word "closer" is also misspelled "croser".

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Quotes

Main article: Ndovu's Last Journey/Transcript

Dr. Quest: "Before you even ask your next question, the answer is no."
Race: "The elephants' graveyard, Benton. Jonny could prove it really exists."
Dr. Quest: "That is not a job for a thirteen-year-old boy, and certainly not for my thirteen-year-old."

Jessie: (to Jonny) "If you go tramping across the Serengeti alone, the only graveyard you'll find is yours. Either we go with you or..." (to Hadji) "You talk him out of it."
Hadji: "The paradox of karmic fate is the razor's edge between predestined reality and active choice."
Jessie: "I guess that means we're going with you."

Jonny: "How can we have lost him?"
Hadji: (laughs) "Only you could lose an elephant."

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