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Hadji (Character)
from "The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest" (1996)

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"Jonny Quest: Double Danger (#1.9)" (1964)
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Quiet, Bandit. You don't want to be the only disturbing influence around here, do ya?
[Bandit whimpers]
Hadji: I think Bandit's feelings have been hurt.
Jonny Quest: I didn't know he was so sensitive.

Dr. Benton C. Quest: Race, Jonny, Hadji, get up here on the double. We're leaving for Thailand immediately.
Hadji: Did he say immediately?
Jonny Quest: No, he said Thailand. Come on. Let's go.

Dr. Benton C. Quest: You know, some zoologist claim monkeys are smarter and make better pets than dogs.
Bandit: Arf-arf arf! Arf!
Hadji: Bandit doesn't think so. I think his feelings have been hurt again.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Never mind, Bandit. I still think dog's a man's best friend.

Jonny Quest: [looking over precipice along a high mountain road] Wow, look down there!
Hadji: [with hands over eyes] You look. In previous life I was fish, not bird.

Jonny Quest: Hadji, I'm no seventh son of a seventh son like you, but now I'VE got a feeling.
Hadji: You were looking at his face, weren't you?
Jonny Quest: Yeah. Race really enjoyed shooting that cobra.
Hadji: Also, he showed no surprise in seeing it.
Jonny Quest: He's not acting like himself. I wonder why.
Hadji: It started after he returned from taking picture of Buddha.
Jonny Quest: Maybe he saw something or... Hey, maybe the answer's in his camera.

Jade: ...the man in camp is not Race.
Jonny Quest: He isn't?
Hadji: How do you know?
Jade: There are some ways a woman can not be fooled.

Hadji: [flying over a herd of stampeding pachyderms] Hadji go. Elephant his brother.

Hadji: Sim sim salabim. Believe what you see. It's not in your hand, so where could it be?
Tabak: [grabbing Hadji's throat] Give me the gun, son of a mongoose!

Jonny Quest: Hadji, you're chicken.
Hadji: No, I'm Indian and superstitious.

"Jonny Quest: A Small Matter of Pygmies (#1.13)" (1964)
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Engine trouble. We're going down.
Hadji: Pick a soft spot.

Jonny Quest: Hey, I don't think he IS a kid.
Hadji: He is very small.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: He's as tall as he'll ever be. He's a pygmy. Cut him loose, Jonny.

Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Hold still, Hadji. He won't hurt you. It's our friend who was put out for cat food.
Hadji: Boy. He has me worried when I saw that knife.

Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Helicopters! That's what chased our little friends off!
Hadji: But they're a long way off. They could miss seeing us.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Yeah, you're right. If we only had something to signal with. Hadji, lend me that ruby of yours.
Hadji: You can have anything I have, but why my ruby?
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: We're gonna try to attract their attention.

[last lines]
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Say, um, why were you coming to see me, anyway? I would've been back in a few days.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Well, this came in the mail. It looked important.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Mmm. Yes, it does look important.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: [reading the letter] Oh, no!
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Bad news, Doctor?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: [chuckling] Anything but, Race. It's a form letter from the African Geographical Society asking me if I would be interested in participating in a round table discussion on the following subject... Are you ready?
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: FIre away, Doctor.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: "Are pygmies warm and friendly people - yes or no."
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Pygmies "friendly?"
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon, Jonny Quest, Hadji: NOOOO!
Bandit: Arf! Arf! Arf!
Dr. Benton C. Quest: [laughing] I think I'll send all of you and let you argue the no side. You'll win hands down.

Hadji: Sim sim salabim.

Jonny Quest: Race, do you really think they'll track us?
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: I'm sure of it, Jonny. Take a look down by the river. There's your answer.
Jonny Quest: Gosh, it didn't take 'em long.
Pygmy Chief: [at the river] Gohta komsi. Komsi gohta!
Hadji: Look! They sniff the ground like dogs.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: They're the best trackers in the world, Hadji.

"Jonny Quest: Attack of the Tree People (#1.19)" (1965)
Jonny Quest: Hey, Hadji, you ever have a feeling somebody was staring over your shoulder at you?
Hadji: Not lately. Why?
Jonny Quest: I have it now.
Hadji: You're imagining, Jonny.
Jonny Quest: Maybe, but... Do you hear anything?
Hadji: No, Jonny. I don't hear a thing.
Jonny Quest: I can't help feeling we've got company.

Hadji: What happened to our ape friends? Where did they go?
Jonny Quest: I dunno. Maybe it was time for their coffee break or something.

Hadji: Don't fight it, Jonny. They love us.

Jonny Quest: Chopper said their camp was over this way.
Hadji: Too bad Hoo-Hoo ruined the rifle.

Jonny Quest: [confronted by apes going "hoo-hoo"] Who? Me Jonny. Him Hadji.
Hadji: Remind me to laugh if we get out of this in one piece.

[unbeknownst to Jonny and Hadji, Silky and Chopper are trying to abduct them but the apes are running interference with skillful ease]
Jonny Quest: What's all the activity? These monkeys are swingin' all over the place.
Hadji: I don't know, Jonny. Maybe it's some kind of game they're playing.

"Jonny Quest: The Sea Haunt (#1.26)" (1965)
Hadji: Don't worry, Bandit. Nothing will happen to you that won't happen to the rest of us.
Jonny Quest: THAT'S a happy thought.

Hadji: [as Jonny looks inside a galley cabinet] Any food, Jonny?
Jonny Quest: Nothing. The shelves are bare. Old Mother Hubbard must have built this ship. I can't even find a bone.

Jonny Quest: Well, right now, I wish we could find something to eat.
Charlie: Crew take everything with them. Only thing left is fortune cookies and some boiled rice.
Jonny Quest: Not again!
Hadji: Seems like everything we've eaten these days has a message in it.

Charlie: For desert we have fortune cookie.
Jonny Quest: Hey, listen to my fortune: "Be careful of unknown danger."
Hadji: Mine is not much better: "There is great evil abroad tonight."
Jonny Quest: Gee, maybe there IS something to this fortune cookie stuff.

[Bandit suddenly growls]
Jonny Quest: Uh-oh. Maybe he hears the monster's footprints again.
Hadji: How can anyone hear footprints?
Jonny Quest: Some monsters make louder ones than others.

Dr. Benton C. Quest: [reading the captain's log] "Developed engine trouble this morning two hundred miles from the Lingga Archipelago. While it was being fixed, I first saw the creature as it crawled over the ship's railing. It was probably brought up out of the sea by a storm, which had been raging the night before. I gave orders for the crew to capture it but it wasn't easy. It's a strange and awful thing. I've never seen the likes of it before, almost impossible to describe. It's body is covered with scales and its huge glassy eyes seem to indicate it came from an almost unimaginable depth. It walks upright and has superhuman strength. Strong light seems to bother it."
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Well, if it came from the bottom of the sea, I can understand why light would bother it.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: [continuing] "Finally, we were able to get a net over it but not before it had broken the neck of Banoose, my second mate, and hurled three of my crew into the sea. We managed to get chains around it and lock it in the aft hold, but the crew is in panic and near mutiny. I've decided to kill this monstrous evil before it somehow destroys this ship, and our precious cargo is at the bottom of the sea."
Hadji: What do you suppose this old ship is carrying that could be so precious?
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: The Dutch are trying to hold on to what's left of their empire in this part of the world. It's possible that many of her ships carry highly classified and valuable cargo.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Apparently this was written later the same day. Listen: "It looks like our gruesome enemy may outlive us all for, apparently, it is impervious to death. Bullets have no effect on it. I emptied a gun directly into its horrible body but nothing happened. The monster became so enraged it broke its chains, and I barely got away in time. An hour ago, it was prowling below deck, and the men are taking to the lifeboats. In a moment, I will..."
Jonny Quest: I will what? What does he say?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: That's it. It ends right there.
Jonny Quest: Oh, gosh! That monster musta come in here and killed the captain while he was writing.

"Jonny Quest: Calcutta Adventure (#1.7)" (1964)
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Let him go, Jonny. He just saved my life.
Jonny Quest: [sitting atop Hadji] Yeah, Dad, but I don't trust him.
Hadji: It is well you do not.
Jonny Quest: [fining himself being thrown across the square] HEY!
Hadji: Now we are even.

Hadji: One thing I tell you: this is no way to get to America.

Hadji: Wait! That is not an enemy! That is Pasha Peddler.
Jonny Quest: Pasha Peddler?
Hadji: My old and venerable friend.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: In a helicopter?
Hadji: Being old and venerable, he is wise to the ways of the world. You will see.
Pasha Peddler: Hadji, baby!

Hadji: I am not a beggar, master. I am a magician. Observe. Sim sim salabim... and all that jazz. See? The dog has disappeared before your very eyes.

"Jonny Quest: The Robot Spy (#1.8)" (1964)
Jonny Quest: Look, the eye, it's closing.
Hadji: Like it's going to sleep.

Hadji: We study to learn and be smart, but I think Bandit is the smartest. He sleeps while we study.

Jonny Quest: What's 'e matter, Bandit? Having bad dreams about big bad rabbits?
Hadji: Maybe he heard one passing the window.

Hadji: Sim sim salabim.

"Jonny Quest: Pirates from Below (#1.18)" (1965)
Jonny Quest: Boy, how come an eleven-year-old knows so many tricks?
Hadji: I don't know. Just smart, I guess.

Jonny Quest: What'll we do, Dad?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: I wish I knew, Son. We're in a tight spot.
Hadji: [removing the ruby from his turban and speaking to the guard] If we're in THAT bad a spot, I will not need this fabulous, priceless jewel any longer. Would you like it? It is literally priceless. Observe the red highlights, the way it flashes. That is the way you can tell how expensive it really is, by the flashes. See? You have to look close.
[the guard becomes hypnotized]
Hadji: If your gun is too heavy, you may drop it.

Jonny Quest: You're pretty smart for an eleven-year-old.
Hadji: Yes, I know.
Hadji: [to the guard carrying Hadji] To the machine, James.
Hadji: [to Jonny, Race and Dr. Quest] Sorry I can't give you gentlemen a lift. You'll just have to rough it.

[Hadji accepts Dr. Quest's invitation to join him in meeting a scientific delegation from Calcutta]
Jonny Quest: How come you're goin', Haj?
Hadji: It has been a long time since I spoke with anyone from my own land, and maybe someone in the delegation will teach me another ancient trick of the orient, like this: Sim sim salabim.
Jonny Quest: [finding himself floating up into the sky] Oh, no, not the levitation trick again. Hey, Hadji, that's enough. Let me down.
Hadji: Would you like to come down slow or fast?
Jonny Quest: Oh, slow, please. Real slow.

"Jonny Quest: Monster in the Monastery (#1.25)" (1965)
Jonny Quest: Kinda scary, huh, Hadji?
Hadji: Who's scared?
Jonny Quest: I am.
Hadji: Me, too.
[they laugh]

Jonny Quest: [as boulders strike the buildings] It's raining rocks!
Dr. Benton C. Quest: They're probably rolling down from the mountainside.
Hadji: The yeti might be throwing them. They are suppose to be very strong.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: This is avalanche country. You get used to a few little ones.

Jonny Quest: Seeing as how you know everything, Haj, what's the scoop on this yeti stuff?
Hadji: They're also called abominable snowmen. They have feet that point backward, scream like a banshee, and are invisible.
Jonny Quest: Well, if they're invisible, how can anybody see a yeti?
Hadji: No one has - yeti.

Hadji: Jonny, look! Tracks!
Jonny Quest: Wow, look at the size of 'em! I bet it's a yeti!
Hadji: You better go tell your dad.
Jonny Quest: I better go find my dog.

"Jonny Quest: Riddle of the Gold (#1.5)" (1964)
Corbin: An speaking of good boys, how about you two?
Hadji: Oh, yes, sir. Our deportment has been most exemplary.
Jonny Quest: Yeah, and besides that we've been good, too.

Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Now, Hadji, how do you spell Mississippi?
Hadji: M... I... S... uh... Did you want the state or the river?

Dr. Benton C. Quest: Well, Hadji, how does it feel to be back in your native land?
Hadji: It feels fine, except they don't have hamburgers, sir.

Hadji: Sim sim salabim. Our problem is gone.

Jonny Quest Versus the Cyber Insects (1995) (TV)
Dr. Benton C. Quest: These climatic anomalies are not limited to equatorial latitudes. It's too warm in Greenland, too dry in England.
Hadji: [as his turban is almost blown off] And too windy in Mexico!

4-DAC: Greetings, young Jonny. I apologize if I startled you.
Jonny Quest: You shouldn't sneak up behind people like that, 4-DAC.
Hadji: Yes, you were as quiet as a cobra.
4-DAC: Ah. Perhaps I should shut down and program myself to make footsteps.

Jessie Kenyon: This is Quest Station's last known location.
Jonny Quest: Could it have blown up?
Jessie Kenyon: No way! There'd be twelve-thousand tons of debris floating out there!
Jessie Kenyon: But how can an entire space station just disappear?
Hadji: Yes, not even I am capable of that kind of magic.

Jonny Quest: You mean when we blow those things up, all the bits and pieces will grow back into new ones?
4-DAC: Exactly.
Jessie Kenyon: Then how would we ever destroy one?
4-DAC: There are two ways. Thermal nuclear explosion...
Hadji: [interrupting nervously] Let us rule that out for now.

"Jonny Quest: Terror Island (#1.24)" (1965)
[Bandit has a run-in with firecrackers at a Chinese New Years parade]
Hadji: What a leap! Right into your arms!
Jonny Quest: Golly, Bandit, I didn't know you could jump so high.

Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Okay, boys, we're here. Jonny, Hadji, we're here. You can come out now. You, too, Bandit.
Bandit: Arf. Arf.
Hadji: How did you know we were here?
Jonny Quest: Yeah, Race. We didn't make a sound.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: You pulled this stowaway bit so often I've come to expect it.

Hadji: I'm having a nightmare, and I'm not even asleep.

[last lines]
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Jade, we're in your debt.
Jade: You'll get a bill.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Well, I don't have any money with me but, uh... how 'about this for a down payment?
Jonny Quest: [as Race kisses Jade deeply] That's a good lesson for us, Hadji. When we grow up, everything's gonna be strictly cash.
Hadji: You said it.

"Jonny Quest: The House of Seven Gargoyles (#1.23)" (1965)
Hadji: The best way to handle ghosts is to ignore them - unless they are pretty, and girls.

Dr. Benton C. Quest: There are many legends about Raklev Castle. Baron Raklev, who built it centuries ago, is still supposed to wander through its corridors.
Hadji: Centuries? And he is still alive?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: No, he's been dead over a hundred years.

Jonny Quest: Hadji! Look at that gargoyle! It moved!
Hadji: The Gargoyle MOVED?
Jonny Quest: Yeah. He shooed away a bird.
Hadji: Oh, Jonny... When you see submarine periscopes where there couldn't be any, and then see stone gargoyles move when you know they can't, I think you'd better have your eyes examined - or your whole head!
Jonny Quest: We have a proverb in my country, Hadji: Seeing's believing.
Hadji: We have one in mine, too: I'm from Missouri.

"Jonny Quest: The Curse of Anubis (#1.3)" (1964)
Hadji: First no hands, and now no camel. That was a good trick, Jonny.
Jonny Quest: Anyone for a bath?

Hadji: What is the matter, Jonny? Are you not happy?
Jonny Quest: Oh, sure, Hadji, but instead of traveling in a truck, I was hoping we'd get to ride camels.

Dr. Hamid Kareem: Stop!
Jonny Quest: Sorry. Don't speak Egyptian.
Hadji: Me neither.

"Jonny Quest: Skull and Double Crossbones (#1.11)" (1964)
Hadji: [having just come ashore with Jonny riding on the backs of sea turtles] Thank you for the ride, sir.
Jonny Quest: How did you know that was a sir?
Hadji: I am too much of a gentleman to surfboard on a lady turtle.

Dr. Benton C. Quest: Our value ends as soon as the last of the treasure is recovered.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: So if we do anything, it has to be now or never.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: That's about the size of it.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: The porthole is too small for me to get through.
Jonny Quest: [excited] But not me.
Hadji: Or me.
Jonny Quest: I spoke first, Hadji.
Hadji: But you are tired from all that diving, and I am not. Please, Dr. Quest. It is my turn to do something.

Jonny Quest: [with the pirate threat gone... ] Now, you stay aboard, HERO, 'cause we're going swimming.
Bandit: [objecting] Arf! Arf! Arf! Arf! Arf!
Hadji: You can not swim fast enough to keep up with us, Mr. HERO.
Jonny Quest: That's right, Bandit. You better stay here.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Jonny, no matter what you find - don't bring it back.

"Jonny Quest: The Fraudulent Volcano (#1.16)" (1964)
Hadji: Look down there, Jonny. A door.
Jonny Quest: I wonder how we can get in.
Hadji: I guess you just have to say "Open Sesame."
[an alarm goes off and the door opens]
Hadji: Hey! What did I say?

Hadji: I wonder what's in those boxes.
Jonny Quest: Wait a minute. I've got a match. It says E-X-P-L... O... ex... EXPLOSIVES!
Hadji: Forget I asked you. Let's get out of here.

Jonny Quest: [while escaping] Better step on it, Race.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: What's up, Jonny?
Jonny Quest: They're after us.
Hadji: With flying platforms.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Flying platforms? I'll be... He's right! Doctor, how fast can those things go?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Too fast for this car, I'm afraid, and with far greeter maneuverability.

"Jonny Quest: Dragons of Ashida (#1.14)" (1964)
Hadji: [at the sight of Ashida's servant] I do not believe it, Jonny. He is like the cyclops of old.
Dr. Ashida: This one's name is Sumi, keeper of my dragons and champion wrestler in all the world. Is that not so, Sumi? He has never been defeated.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: I sure wouldn't like to meet him in a dark alley.
Dr. Ashida: Uh-huh. I do not keep him around for his looks, Mr. Bannon. My dragons are not sensitive. They do not mind his ugliness.

Hadji: Look! The door! It is open, Dr. Quest.
Jonny Quest: Well, what're we waiting for? Let's go.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Not so fast, Jonny. Whadda you think, Race? A trap?
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: I sure do, Doctor. I think he wants us to leave so he can set his lizards on us.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: And you want to oblige him?
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: We don't have a choice, Doctor.

"Jonny Quest: Arctic Splashdown (#1.2)" (1964)
Hadji: Your teeth are too sharp, little one.

Hadji: Bandit, I do tricks. Look. What is this in your ear? Sim sim salabim. A dog biscuit.
Jonny Quest: Good work, Hadji. Looks like we're forgiven.

"Jonny Quest: The Devil's Tower (#1.21)" (1965)
Hadji: Hey, I didn't expect to go sleigh-riding in Africa.

Hadji: I didn't know Bandit could run so fast.
Jonny Quest: He didn't either till he saw that big gorilla.

"Jonny Quest: Treasure of the Temple (#1.6)" (1964)
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: We all set to roll?
Jonny Quest: Hey, wait! Where's Bandit?
Hadji: He must be off exploring again.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: I'll get him here in a hurry. All I have to do is start the motor. He'll show up any minute.

Jonny Quest: It's a secret room, and, gosh, look - jewels!
Hadji: I have seen emeralds and jade in the museum of the maharaja, but this is ten times as much, and each one is much larger, too.

"Jonny Quest: Shadow of the Condor (#1.10)" (1964)
Hadji: [noting a stuffed condor] Bandit has discovered that big bird up there. I think he is afraid of it.
Baron Heinrich Von Freulich: He should be. The mountain ledges above this castle are one of the last few homes of the giant condor.
Jonny Quest: Aren't they sort of a giant vulture?
Baron Heinrich Von Freulich: That's right. Sometimes they drop in unexpectedly to pick up one of my sheep.
Hadji: Your sheep?
Baron Heinrich Von Freulich: Of course, they usually feed on carrion, dead bodies, but sometimes they will go for small live animals. I, uh... I never let Willie out of my sight. They are the kings of the Andean skies - strong, fearless and free. I envy them.

Hadji: Poor Bandit, I think he wishes he was safe on the ground.
[gets airsick]
Hadji: And so do I.

"Jonny Quest: Turu the Terrible (#1.15)" (1964)
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Let me have your flashlight. I wanna signal the boat.
Hadji: [at the boat] What is he saying, Jonny?
Jonny Quest: He wants to know if we're all right.
Skipper: I'll answer him, son.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: [on the plateau] What's the answer?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: "Everything a-okay but..."
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: But what?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: The skipper is saying something about the bird and the boat.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: But, what about them?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Please, Race. You know I never use THAT kind of language.

"Jonny Quest: Pursuit of the Po-Ho (#1.4)" (1964)
Emil Hartman: I am afraid our friend Race is going to be god of the water for some time.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Oh? Why is that?
Emil Hartman: Because the dye from those purple berries will not wash off. It must WEAR off.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: And... how long does that take?
Emil Hartman: At least three weeks.
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Three weeks! Ohh, no!
[Hadji and Jonny laugh]
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: And THAT will be enough of THAT!
Jonny Quest, Hadji: Yes, oh god of the water. Oh, yes, Aquezio. We hear you and obey.

"Jonny Quest: The Invisible Monster (#1.20)" (1965)
Hadji: What's that strange sound?
Jonny Quest: Well, maybe it's our friend, the two-legged tornado.
Hadji: Let's get out of here! I don't want any friends like that!

"Jonny Quest: The Dreadful Doll (#1.12)" (1964)
Denise: What is the matter? Are you afraid to kiss me?
Dr. Benton C. Quest: I'm afraid you'll have to wait about ten years for them to have THAT kind of courage, Denise.
Jonny Quest: Yeah. See ya in ten years, Denise!
Hadji: It's a date!

"Jonny Quest: Deadly Junket (#1.4)" (1986)
Hadji: [finding no one at the ship's helm] Jonny look! No one is driving this blender!

"Jonny Quest: Forty Fathoms Into Yesterday (#1.5)" (1986)
Hadji: Dr. Quest, you must teach me that trick, how in the Himalayas did you do it?