A rock-like being is brought to life to devastate Prague.
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- President Alena Stasny (first appearance)
- General Vostok (first appearance)
- Professor Anton Karst (only appearance; dies)
- Golem (single appearance)(no lines)(destroyed)
- Pilot (only appearance; dies)
- Colonel Dimitri (single appearance)
- Captain (single appearance)
- Novak (only appearance; dies)
- Yanoush (only time mentioned)(killed off-screen)
- Jessie Bannon
- Commander (single appearance)
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Prague International Airport
- Professor Karst's office
- Presidential palace (destroyed)
- Maine (mentioned)
- Quest Compound (mentioned)
- Golden Schriv
- Camera pen
- The episode is a play on the "Rock of Ages", a Hebrew song.
- While the story of the golem is one told in real-life (except for the Golden Schriv controlling it), it is also done to ridicule the concept of Hardrock, a giant person made of rock, who was a member of the Quest team in the 80's series.
- Vostok was supposed to die, but Mark Hamill's performance made it worthwhile to bring him back, so a shot of Vostok's lifeless hand in the rubble was removed and replaced with what the existing scene(s).
- B.J. Ward is not credited for voicing Iris in the Quest Byte (which comes from season 1).
- A year after this episode aired, Landoll's adapted it into a coloring book of the same name and is also featured in The Continuing Adventures of Jonny Quest.
- The first time the Golem is seen, his legs are together, but in the very next view, his legs are apart.
- When Vostok orders the to kill the Quest team, there is very little detail in the faces of Dr. Quest, Jonny, Hadji, and Vostok's soldiers. Dr. Quest's forehead is also too big.
- A line of Don Messick's original recording as Dr. Quest is accidentally left in, when Race points out the Jeep to escape, with Dr. Quest replying, "And not a moment too soon!"
- As the passes the turret it just bent around, its right eye also passes through it, instead of staying behind.
- Bandit winks as the episode closes with an iris around him, both of which are unrealistic and unorthodox to the show's tone. This was added by producer, Larry Houston.
- The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest: The Complete Second Season DVD set released on November 10, 2015 by Warner Archive Collection.
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