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The Curse of Anubis is the third episode of the 1960's Jonny Quest.


An old friend of Dr. Quest's, Dr. Ahmed Kareem, summons him to Egypt to take a look at his latest archaeological find. But Dr. Kareem has other plans in mind for Dr. Quest and family. Dr. Kareem is behind the recent theft of the mask of Anubis. He hopes to pin the theft on Dr. Quest so that his plans might be fulfilled. Unknown to Dr. Kareem, the mummy of Anubis has come to life and is searching the countryside for his lost possession.


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Main characters:

Supporting characters:

  • None


  • Arabic rifleman (single appearance)
  • Dr. Ahmed Kareem (only appearance; dies)
  • Dr. Ahmed Kareem's henchman 1 (single appearance)
  • Dr. Ahmed Kareem's henchman 2 (single appearance)
  • Mummy of Anubis (single appearance)

Other characters:

  • Snakes (single appearance)(no lines)



  • TBA


  • Car


Tim Matthieson Jonny Quest
Danny Bravo Hadji
John Stephenson Dr. Benton Quest
Kidnapper 2
Arabic rifleman
Mike Road Race Bannon
Don Messick Bandit
Vic Perrin Dr. Ahmed Kareem
Kidnapper 1


  • The adders and Anubis also make an appearance in the intro.
    • The adders slithering has a different background sequence in the intro, but the intro's background does appear in the show when Hadji tells the adders to head home.
    • The scenes of Anubis in the intro all appear to be direct lifts from the episode.
  • The adders do make an appearance in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy in the episode Wishbones. They greatly resemble their appearance from the show.


  • When Race kills the scorpion, Hadji says, "You got it!", but with Race's voice.
  • Dr. Quest seems to be paying no attention when Race is about to kill the scorpion.
  • During the scenes when the boys and Bandit ride on top of a truck on the caravan, Bandit's normally-black mask around his eyes has been left un-inked.
  • The adders are called poisonous when they're actually venomous. This is because venom works from the bite of an animal (like a snake) and poison works from an animal that got bitten (like a toad).
  • Normally, Anubis has a head resembling a jackal, while the snout is long. However, his face looks all humanoid, even his teeth.

Home media


(Jonny and Hadji are riding down to the tomb in which Race and Dr. Quest are imprisoned)
Dr. Kareem: Stop!
Jonny: Sorry! Don't speak Egyptian!



External links

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  • Buy this episode from iTunes, either from the US or UK