Johnny Quest and Tom and Jerry Crossover

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Goldstar Neo

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Well that seemingly came out of nowhere. I believe I heard Mike Sinterniklaas as a henchman and possibly Dana Snyder as Dr. Zin (might have been someone else like James Hong). Mike and/or Dana showing up in a Jonny Quest project is rather amusing to me since they're key voices in Venture Bros., I wonder if Doc Hammer and Jason Publik will pop up somewhere. I'm pretty sure I heard Jess
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WHAT, is Yakko Warner in this, saying "Hello Nurse"?
Jess Harnell voiced Wakko:wakko:, not Yakko:yakko:. Yakko was voiced by Rob Paulsen.
 

Eldorado

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#42
I just found out about this and I've gotta say I'm pretty excited to see this even though I wanted a Tom and Jerry/Superman crossover movie.

Plus I always knew James Hong would voice Dr. Zin.
 
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#43
I found this DVD at the library and was interested in seeing new Jonny Quest material. They did a pretty good job of balancing the tone of 'classic Quest' with gentle spoofing. For example, the original Jonny Quest theme was used, audio and video. That was a nice surprise. Overall, this was a nice way to see the characters again, and they were most similiar to the original show than they have been in a long time!
 

Master Toon

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#46
I was preparing to let the OP down gently, but now I don't know what to think. It works because in some Tom & Jerry movies they are kinda just running around while more serious things are taking place. As odd as it is, it's not super odd.
 
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Dudley

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#54
Both SD and T&J are very popular, they would be the connections between other franchises.
Especially Scooby Doo, they can integrated into any franchise and work well with everyone.
Tom and Jerry’s inclusion always seems awkward. Like they’re there simply for comic relief.


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Especially Scooby Doo, they can integrated into any franchise and work well with everyone.
Tom and Jerry’s inclusion always seems awkward. Like they’re there simply for comic relief.


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Dudley, I never knew you're in Toonzone. I thought you're making more cartoons on YouTube.
 

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