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Quincy's Quest (1979)

It's the night before Christmas, and all toy store rejects are due to be tossed into the furnace. This includes Quincy, a most lifelike doll. In a last ditch effort to save himself and his ... See full summary »

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Quincy
Mel Martin ...
Rebecca
Charles Morgan ...
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Frederick Schiller ...
Smithy
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Griselda / Mrs. Claus
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Lance Percival ...
Jack
Aubrey Woods ...
Mr. Perfect
Matt Zimmerman ...
Conn
Leo Dolan ...
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Willoughby Goddard ...
General
James Woolley ...
Aide de Camp (as James Wolley)
Gretchen Franklin ...
Witch
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Jennifer
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It's the night before Christmas, and all toy store rejects are due to be tossed into the furnace. This includes Quincy, a most lifelike doll. In a last ditch effort to save himself and his "unwanted" chums from incineration, Quincy goes on a long and perilous journey in search of the only one who can save them: Santa Claus. Written by <JustQuinn@aol.com>

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Family | Fantasy

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December 1979 (UK)  »

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Version of The Tommy Steele Show: Quincy's Quest (1962) See more »

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Written by Eric Merriman and Laurie Holloway
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The Greatest Story Ever Told
21 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

Quincy's Quest is quite simply one of the most moving interpretations of the story of man's triumph over tradgedy. It captures the upward struggle of a group of rejected toys (read bourgeoisie)in their upward journey of salvation over the toy story owners (read proletariat), with compassion and grace. If Eisenstein had worked in Hamleys this is the film he would have made. If you like this title you'll also appreciate Ben Hur and Birth of a Nation, although both pale in comparison to this masterwork. A timeless classic.


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