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This article is about the cartoon character, primarily on the 1964 incarnation. For the Future Quest comic incarnation, Benton Quest (Future Quest).
Benton Quest (1964)

Dr. Benton C.[1] Quest is a world-renowned scientist and explorer. He is also the widowed father of Jonny Quest.

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Early lifeEdit

When he lost his wife, the government seeing him as a valuable asset who they didn't want compromised by the weakness of his son being in trouble, ordered Race Bannon as the family's bodyguard.[1]

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Jonny Quest (1986)Edit

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Jonny's Golden Quest & Jonny Quest Versus the Cyber InsectsEdit

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Jonny Quest: The Real AdventuresEdit

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Benton Quest

Benton in Jonny's teen years.

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Tom and Jerry: Spy QuestEdit

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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated continuityEdit

He was the head of Quest Research Laboratories. When his security guard's dog was critically injured by a robotic dragon, he saved Reggie's life by turning him into a cyborg now known as Dynomutt.[2]

Jonny teased Bandit with a toy plane, as he, Hadji, Dr. Quest, and Race laughed. They completely ignored Alice May taken equipment from.[3]

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  • A major inconsistency in season 1 of Real Adventures, was apart from the fact that his red hair was changed, the animators could never stay consistent with the color they wanted, so he went from brown, to brown with gray streaks, to full on gray. For season 2, a new production team was brought on who made an effort to be faithful to the original series, therefore making his hair red again (with the addition of gray streaks).

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Mystery of the Lizard Men" (1964), season 1, episode 1.
  2. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated; "Heart of Evil" (2012), season 2, episode 14.
  3. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Pawn of Shadows (2011), season 1, episode 25.

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