Jonny Quest: Season 1, Episode 17

Werewolf of the Timberland (7 Jan. 1965)

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In the Canadian woodlands, the Quest team encounters French-Canadian smugglers as well as a Native American guardian and his canid companion.

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Mike Road ...
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon / White Feather (voice)
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Jonny Quest (voice) (as Tim Matthieson)
Don Messick ...
Dr. Benton C. Quest / Bandit / Blackie LeBlanch / Andre / Race Bannon (voice)
Danny Bravo ...
Hadji (voice)
Tol Avery ...
Pierre (voice)
Doug Young ...
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Turning a government-sponsored search for a species of petrified wood into a personal camping trip, the Quests encounter surly French-Canadian lumberjacks warning them of a "loup-garou" in the area (a werewolf). Running a gold smuggling operation, they try scaring off anyone getting too close to their operates, then, if needed, send their foreman dressed in wolf skins to attack. As Bandit soon after gets chased off by a skunk, Jonny and Hadji become lost looking for him. Along comes White Feather, a stealthy native-American with a sizable wolf companion, to point them home, but heedless of his warning to avoid the lumberjacks, Jonny takes Hadji to investigate. They're captured, but as White Feather helps them escape, Dr. Quest and Race find themselves back at camp caught smack between White Feather's snarling wolf and a lurking "loup-garou." Written by statmanjeff

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Jonny and Hadji escape their captors riding a log down a flume. The lumberjacks shoot out part of the flume below, sending Jonny and Hadji airborne before they continue on, landing in the rest of the flume. This is not possible. Not only should the log they ride fall immediately toward the ground, but were it possible to land back in the flume further down, the water will have drained away and not been there to float the log, bringing Jonny and Hadji's escape to a thudding halt. See more »

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Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Uh-oh. We've got company, Doctor.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Can you reach your rifle, Race?
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Getting it.
Dr. Benton C. Quest: Look at the size of it.
[the wolf charges but doesn't stop]
Roger T. 'Race' Bannon: Hey! He went right by us!
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Another weak episode
23 February 2010 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Jonny Quest and family find themselves deep in the Canadian wood. They're terrorized by a group of baddies posing as loggers, but these guys are the least of the Quest Team's worries. Legend has it these woods are the hunting ground of a werewolf – or loup-garou. Fortunately, a mysterious figure known as White Feather and his wolf companion come to Jonny and Hadji's aid.

Considering Werewolf of the Timberland features a werewolf (at least a werewolf legend), it should be a lot more enjoyable. While I find it more entertaining that the previous episode, The Fraudulent Volcano, it's not by much. A couple of the problems I have with this episode include the character White Feather and the ineffective gang of French-Canadian baddies. I've never been much for the magical, mythical portrayals of Indians . . . err, Native Americans. You know, the talking to animals, moving like the wind - it's all a bit too much for me to take. As for the French-Canadian baddies, their so ineffective they're almost comical. And that werewolf costume – how bad does that look? And why do all Canadian bad guys have to have these impossibly ridiculous French accents? It's too silly!


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