Peril of the Reptilian is the first episode of the 1980's Jonny Quest.
A mad scientist brings dinosaurs back to life, as well as making new reptilian creatures.
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- Reptilian (single appearance)
- Dr. Phorbos (single appearance)
- Simon (single appearance)
- Patch (single appearance)
- General (single appearance)
- South Pacific
- Radar station
- Two other islands (seen on monitor)
- Dr. Phorbos's secret island
- United States
- Air Force base
- Jonny's camera
|Scott Menville||Jonny Quest|
|Don Messick||Dr. Benton Quest|
|Granville Van Dusen||Race Bannon|
|Michael Bell||Dr. Phorbos|
- Of the little continuity between this series and the original 60s series, the general friend of Dr. Quest alludes to Questor 1 being a replacement of the signature jet that was flown in the original series and featured in opening credits.
- The Tyrannosaurus hybrid's roars were that of the late Ted Cassidy's vocal effects for Godzilla from Godzilla (1978 series).
- There are some scientific inaccuracies and inconsistencies about the hybrids:
- The term pterodactyl is incorrectly used to describe all flying reptiles when it's actually a specific pterosaur family. Pterosaur is the general family name for all flying reptiles.
- The Tyrannosaurus hybrid has three fingers on each hand, long arms, and upright. It really only had two fingers, short arms, and was horizontal.
- Tails drag on the ground when they stood off.
- Pterosaur wings are bat-like when they have long, thin membranes across (ironically, Turu doesn't have bat-like wings).
- The green dinosaur hybrid has a long curved neck, and its pterosaur head has spikes on the side of its head. No sauropod has a curved neck and pterosaurs had no spikes.
- The Triceratops hybrid's head has spikes on the front top of its frill when they should be on the very top and its neck is too long. The Ankylosaurus tail has a round tip with spikes as it's really a less circular tip with no spikes.
- Jonny Quest: The Complete Eighties Adventures DVD set released on April 18, 2014 by Warner Archive Collection.
|Jonny Quest (1986-1987) episodes|