The sovereign state of Glendorra has a problem. It seems that through an old agreement with France, unless there's a monarch, the country would revert to France. And the king has no heirs. ...
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Phyllis Elizabeth Davis
The sovereign state of Glendorra has a problem. It seems that through an old agreement with France, unless there's a monarch, the country would revert to France. And the king has no heirs. So, they found four Americans who are descendants of one of the former rulers. So they are sent out on a "Quest" to show if they have the qualities necessary to be a ruler. It won't be easy cause they go forth with no idea what to do, and their information is given to them through poems which they find hard to transcribe. Written by
This show was never given a chance on ABC. It was wonderful to see. I wish it would be put on DVD. It had adventure, drama, comedy, and though the evil character may not have been needed in the show it just kept you watching more. The acting by all the cast was great and their chemistry together clicked beautifully. The networks complain about not having a show to air on Saturday nights. I suggest they go to their vaults and pull out The Quest and air that on Saturday nights. The theme of the show is awesome and Lisa Lee's voice is perfect for it. I wish her singing of this theme song was on CD! My kids are 8 & 11 and I have a VHS tape of the pilot of the series and I told them nothing about the show but just to watch it. Now they love the Quest and have begged me to get the episodes of the show on DVD. I hope Stephen J. Cannell the producer would put this short lived show on DVD. Other short lived shows have come to DVD, why not The Quest!
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