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Classic Jonny Quest
Classic Jonny Quest - Jonny's Credit Problems
© 1998, 2004, Craig Fuqua

  We had hoped that with the Warner Brothers release of the DVD collection Jonny Quest: The Complete First Season that these credit issues would be corrected. Alas, it was not so. In fact, it got worse! Select the following link to see all the details:
the correct end credits for all classic Jonny Quest episodes
Hanna-Barbera's library was purchased by the Cartoon Network around 1994. Since then, the Turner stations have consistently shown the wrong credits for nine episodes. The correct credits are:

The Mystery of the Lizard Men
Produced and Directed By: William Hanna / Joseph Barbera
Written By: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna, Doug Wildey, Alex Lovy
Story Direction: Alex Lovy
Supervising Art Director: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, Tim Matthieson, John Stephenson
Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson
Other Voices: Vic Perrin, Nestor Paiva, Doug Young, Don Messick
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: Edwin Aardal, Hugh Fraser, Ed Parks, Harvey Toombs
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Doug Wildey, Tony Sgroi
Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas

Arctic Splash-Down
Produced and Directed By: William Hanna / Joseph Barbera
Teleplay: Walter Black
Story Direction: Lewis Marshall
Supervising Art Director: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, John Stephenson, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson
Other Voices: Don Messick, Doug Young, Will Kuluva
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: George Goepper, Bill Keil, George Nicholas, Irv Spence
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Dick Bickenbach, Moe Gollub
Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas

The Curse of Anubis
Produced and Directed By: Joseph Barbera / William Hanna
Written By: Walter Black
Story Direction: Lewis Marshall
Supervising Art Director: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, John Stephenson, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson
Other Voices: Vic Perrin, Doug Young, Don Messick, Henry Corden
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: George Goepper, Bill Keil, George Nicholas, Irv Spence
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Dick Bickenbach, Moe Gollub
Backgrounds: Tom O'Laughlin, Harvard Pennington

Pursuit of the Po-Ho
Produced and Directed By: William Hanna / Joseph Barbera
Written By: William D. Hamilton
Story Direction: Paul Sommer
[No credit for Doug Wildey]
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, John Stephenson, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson
Other Voices: Don Messick, Nestor Paiva, Cathy Lewis, Henry Corden
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: Hugh Fraser, Edwin Aardal, Harvey Toombs, Jack Paar
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Walt Clinton, Alex Ignatiev, Bruce Bushman
Backgrounds: Robert Gentle, M. Mike Kawaguchi, Leo Swanson

Riddle of the Gold
Produced and Directed By: Joseph Barbera / William Hanna
Written By: Herbert Finn, Alan Dinehart
Story Direction: Paul Sommer
Supervising Art Director: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, Don Messick, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson
Other Voices: Vic Perrin, Daws Butler, Marvin Miller, Janet Waldo, Doug Young
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: Hugh Fraser, Edwin Aardal, Carlo Vinci, Ken Southworth
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Walt Clinton, Hi Mankin, Mel Keefer, Noel Quinn
Backgrounds: F. Montealegre, Harvard Pennington, Ron Dias

Treasure of the Temple
[Thanks to Jim Alexander for these credits]
Produced and Directed By: William Hanna / Joseph Barbera
Teleplay By: Walter Black
Story Direction: Lewis Marshall
Supervising Art Director: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, Don Messick, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arhur Pierson
Other Voices: Henry Corden, Everett Sloan, Nestor Paiva
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: Jerry Hathcock, Ed Parks, Edwin Aardal, Don Schloat
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Dick Bickenbach, Moe Gollub, Alex Ignatiev
Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas

Calcutta Adventure
Produced and Directed By: Joseph Barbera / William Hanna
Teleplay By: Joanna Lee
Story Direction: Alex Lovy
Supervising Art Director: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, Don Messick, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson
Other Voices: Vic Perrin, Jesse White, Doug Young
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: Carlo Vinci, Don Petterson, Anatole Kirsanoff, Jerry Hathcock
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Bill Perez, Tony Sgroi
Backgrounds: F. Montealegre, Richard H. Thomas

Robot Spy
Produced and Directed By: Joseph Barbera / William Hanna
Written By: William D. Hamilton
Story Direction: Dan Gordon
Based Upon An Idea Created By: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, Don Messick, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arthur Pierson
Other Voices: Vic Perrin, Doug Young
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: Harvey Toombs, Don Patterson, Jack Ozark, Chuck Harriton, Anatole Kirsanoff
Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Bill Perez, Tony Sgroi, Z.T. Jablecki, C.L. Hartman, Earl Martin, Jim Tutwiler
Backgrounds: F. Montealegre, Harvard Pennington, Robert Gentle, Peter Van Elk, Leo Swenson

Shadow of the Condor
[Thanks to Jim Alexander for these credits]
Produced and Directed By: Joseph Barbera / William Hanna
Teleplay By: Charles Hoffman
Story Direction: Paul Sommer
Based Upon An Idea Created By: Doug Wildey
Featuring the Voices of: Mike Road, Don Messick, Tim Matthieson, Danny Bravo
Story Supervision: Arhur Pierson
Other Voices: Everett Sloan
Musical Direction: Hoyt Curtin
Animation: Irv Spence, Lefty Callahan, George Nicholas
Animation Direction:Charles A. Nichols
Layout: Warren Tufts, C.L. Hartman, Bruce Bushman
Backgrounds: Richard H. Thomas

I'm still grateful to Bill Groves of Television Chronicles, who provided information on the Condor credits earlier.

The copies of these nine stories when shown on the Turner stations (TNT, TBS and 'Toon) have the credits for Skull and Double Crossbones attached to the end. My sources for the correct credits are "The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera" shows of the 1980s, several of the Hanna-Barbera Home Video Jonny Quest videotapes and the four Jonny Quest Classics tapes issued by Turner in 1996. The Turner tapes use the credits for Pursuit of the Po-Ho for seven of their eight episodes.







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