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Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest is an animated direct-to-video crossover film between Tom & Jerry and Jonny Quest. It was released digitally on June 9, 2015, followed on DVD on June 23, 2015.[1]

This is the twelfth installment in a line of direct-to-video feature films based on the Tom and Jerry property licensed under Turner Production Co., which is owned by Warner Bros. The film is produced by Warner Bros. Animation.

Premise

The cat and mouse duo, Tom & Jerry, run into Jonny and Hadji. The four "Quesketeers" must soon step up and save the day when Dr. Quest is kidnapped and the Q-Sphere is stolen by none other than Dr. Zin, who intends to use it as a weapon in another world domination scheme.

Official description:[2]

It’s just another day at the beach for the troublesome twosome of Tom and Jerry…that is until they bump into world-class junior spies, Jonny Quest, Hadji and Bandit. When longtime Quest family nemesis, Dr. Zin discovers Dr. Benton Quest has a device to solve the world’s energy problems, he sends his evil cat army to steal it and capture him and his bodyguard, Race Bannon. Jonny and his new furry friends must embark on an action-packed quest to find his father and save the world! It’s no secret this spy-tacular adventure is a fun-filled mission the whole family should definitely choose to accept.

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Cast

Reese Hartwig Jonny Quest
Arnie Pantoja Hadji
James Hong Dr. Zin
Eric Bauza Dr. Benton Quest
Michael D. Hanks Race Bannon
Tia Carrere Jade
Greg Ellis Tin
Jess Harnell Pan
Richard McGonagle Alley
Joe Alaskey Droopy Dog
Grey Griffin Candi
Tim Matheson President of the United States
Joseph Barbera (archive) Tom Cat

Notes/trivia

  • Eric Bauza, the voice of Dr. Quest, was previously the voice of Dr. Zin in the Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated episode Heart of Evil.
  • Tim Matheson, the voice of the President, was the original voice of Jonny Quest in the the 1960s Jonny Quest TV series.

Goofs

  • Quest Key is a reference to Palm Key, yet they both look completely different.

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References

  1. Indie Wire: DVD TRAILER: Tom & Jerry Meet Jonny Quest in “Spy Quest” by Jerry Beck. March 24, 2015.
  2. Warner Bros. official site listing: Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest. Retrieved February 16, 2022.
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