Jonny Quest

Season 1 Episode 23

The House of the Seven Gargoyles

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Aired Friday 7:30 PM Feb 18, 1965 on ABC
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  • One of the Greatest Episodes

    10
    I loved the brilliant animation. It really showed Hanna Barbera can do brilliant animation under low budget.



    The script is great. You get everything out of the script. Even the title designs are great. The title design show that there is something mysterious in this episode.



    Its very suspenseful too. This is one of the greatest episodes that shows why Jonny Quest is a classic.
Granville Van Dusen

Granville Van Dusen

Race Bannon (voice)

John Stephenson

John Stephenson

Dr.Benton Quest

Tim Matheson

Tim Matheson

Jonny Quest

Don Messick

Don Messick

Dr. Benton Quest / Bark of Bandit

Allan Lurie

Allan Lurie

Additional Voices

Mike Road

Mike Road

Roger "Race" Bannon

Mike Road

Mike Road

Submarine Crewman

Guest Star

Vic Perrin

Vic Perrin

Professor Ericson

Guest Star

Henry Corden

Henry Corden

Submarine Crewman/Gunnar/Ivar

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Jonny lifts one of the gargoyles he was given as a gift and carries it back to the automobile, even though a real gargoyle weights 300 to 400 pounds. Is he just super strong or what?

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Professor Ericson: Dietrich! Dietrich Sorenson! He was once Norway's greatest acrobatic dwarf. I wonder how he ever got involved in a thing like this.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Mike Road, the voice of Race, provided the voice for one of the bad guys on the submarine.

    • The word gargoyle comes from the French word gargouille, which means 'spout' or 'waterspout'. The original and best known gargoyles are part of the system of ducts and spouts that carries water away from the famous French cathedral, Notre Dame. Originally, a gargoyle was a grotesque figure that was part of such a drainage system. Now, the term refers to any grotesque figure, especially of carved stone.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Title
      The episode's title is a small play on the title of Nathaniel Hawthorne's well-known gothic novel, The House of Seven Gables (1851).

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