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''Jonny's Golden Quest'' was the first [[MadeForTVMovie TV movie]] made for the ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' series, released in 1993.

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''Jonny's Golden Quest'' was the first [[MadeForTVMovie TV movie]] made for the ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' series, released telecast in 1993.
1993 on the Creator/USANetwork.

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* BigNo: Zin, as his complex explodes.


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* CallingTheOldManOut: Jesse when she learns [[spoiler:her mother lied to her about who her father was and didn't say anything until Race's life was in danger]].


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* TheEndOrIsIt: As the heroes get some well-deserved rest, a tube containing an unconscious Zin clone floats to the ocean's surface. EyeAwaken ensues.


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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In her first scene, Jade says she and Race really need to talk. [[spoiler:She wanted to tell him that they have a daughter]].


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* WhoWantsToLiveForever: Race lampshades Zin using clones to achieve immortality, saying he'd be living on as these diseased, melting husks forever. Zin admits that would be most unpleasant, which is why he kidnaps Race and intends to harvest DNA to improve his cloning technology.

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* GirlsHaveCooties: Jonny’s reaction during his conversation with his mother about Race and Jade.


* [[spoiler: DisappearedDad: Race reveals to be one to Jesse since her mother was pregnant with her. He never learned until the climax of the movie.]]

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* CynicismCatalyst: Rachel’s death causes Jonny to [[BreakTheCutie breakdown]] and Benton to [[spoiler: briefly]] quit the I-1.
* [[spoiler: DisappearedDad: Race reveals to be one to Jesse since her mother was pregnant with her. He never learned the truth until the climax of the movie.]]


* AmicableExes: Race and Jade.



* [[spoiler: DisappearedDad: Race reveals to be one to Jesse since her mother was pregnant with her. He never learned until the climax of the movie.]]



** Somewhat with Race and Jade, though they went through a divorce prior to the beginning of the movie.

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** Somewhat with Race and Jade, though they went through a divorce prior to the beginning of the movie. [[spoiler: They do get back together in the end.]]


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* [[spoiler: LukeYouAreMyFather: Jesse shouts “Dad!” to Race near the climax of the movie, surprising the latter.]]


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* NotSoDifferent: Jonny and Jesse [[spoiler: once they realize their respective parent (Rachel and Race) would be killed and they blame their surviving parent (Benton and Jade) for the formers’ death.]]


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* {{You Killed My Mother}}: Jonny to Dr Zin after Rachel’s death.

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* HappilyMarried: Benton and Rachel until the latter’s death.
** Somewhat with Race and Jade, though they went through a divorce prior to the beginning of the movie.


* {{Alchemy}}: Dr. Zin finds a means of turning lead into gold.



* LovesOnlyGold: Zin wants to use {{Alchemy}} to turn lead into gold.

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* LovesOnlyGold: Zin wants to use {{Alchemy}} UsefulNotes/{{Alchemy}} to turn lead into gold.


Zin's henchmen kidnap Benton and Rachel, and Jonny and Hadji along with Race stage a rescue, however Rachel dies when she and Zin fall into molten lava. Jonny and his father grieve. Later, a girl named Jessie Devlon arrives, insisting that her father, scientist Victor Devlon, is missing, and she wants the Quests help in locating him. Jonny burns for vengeance despite Benton's urges not to.

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Zin's henchmen kidnap Benton and Rachel, and Jonny and Hadji along with Race stage a rescue, however Rachel dies when she and Zin fall into molten lava. Jonny and his father grieve. Later, a girl named Jessie Devlon arrives, insisting that her father, scientist Victor Devlon, is missing, and she missing. She wants the Quests help in locating him. Jonny burns for vengeance him, and despite Benton's urges not to.
urges, Jonny burns for vengeance.


The film had a troubled development history. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen It had started life as a part of the second set of the Superstars 10]], but it didn't actually get made until after the Turner buyout. By this time it became obvious they had wanted to reboot the franchise following the end of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'', and this movie seems to be the one that came from it.

If anything, the only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later. As by the time the ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' came around the new writers had their own new idea of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.

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The film had a troubled development history. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen It had started life as a part of the second set of the Superstars 10]], but it didn't actually get made until after the Turner buyout. By this time it became obvious they had wanted The film is seen as an attempt to reboot the franchise following the end of after ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'', and this movie seems to be the one that came from it.

If anything, the
but it only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later. As by the time the recieved one follow-up: ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects''. ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' came around ignores the new writers had their own new idea events of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.
movies and ''The New Adventures''.


''Jonny's Golden Quest'' was the first [[MadeForTVMovie TV movie]] made for the ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' series. It aired in 1993. It had a troubled development history. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen It had started life as a part of the second set of the Superstars 10]], it didn't actually get made until later after the Turner buyout. By this time it became obvious they had wanted to reboot the franchise following the end of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'', and this movie seems to be the one that came from it given that Jonny's mother is present ([[DroppedABridgeOnHim at least for a while]]).

If anything, the only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later. As by the time the ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' came around the new writers had their own new idea of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.

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''Jonny's Golden Quest'' was the first [[MadeForTVMovie TV movie]] made for the ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' series. It aired series, released in 1993. It had a troubled development history. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen It had started life as a part of the second set of the Superstars 10]], it didn't actually get made until later after the Turner buyout. By this time it became obvious they had wanted to reboot the franchise following the end of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'', and this movie seems to be the one that came from it given that Jonny's mother is present ([[DroppedABridgeOnHim at least for a while]]).

If anything, the only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later. As by the time the ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' came around the new writers had their own new idea of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.
1993.



Zin's henchmen kidnap Benton and Rachel, and Jonny and Hadji along with Race stage a rescue, however Rachel dies when she and Zin fall into molten lava. Jonny and his father grieve. Later, a girl named Jessie Devlon arrives, insisting that her father, scientist Victor Devlon, is missing, and she wants the Quests help in locating him. They agree, but it turns out she's not Devlon's daughter, but Race's, and that Zin isn't dead (it was the perfect clone that fell into the lava), and is behind the entire thing. Jonny burns for vengeance despite Benton's urges not to.

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Zin's henchmen kidnap Benton and Rachel, and Jonny and Hadji along with Race stage a rescue, however Rachel dies when she and Zin fall into molten lava. Jonny and his father grieve. Later, a girl named Jessie Devlon arrives, insisting that her father, scientist Victor Devlon, is missing, and she wants the Quests help in locating him. They agree, but it turns out she's not Devlon's daughter, but Race's, and that Zin isn't dead (it was the perfect clone that fell into the lava), and is behind the entire thing. Jonny burns for vengeance despite Benton's urges not to.
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The film had a troubled development history. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen It had started life as a part of the second set of the Superstars 10]], but it didn't actually get made until after the Turner buyout. By this time it became obvious they had wanted to reboot the franchise following the end of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'', and this movie seems to be the one that came from it.

If anything, the only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later. As by the time the ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' came around the new writers had their own new idea of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.

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* LovesOnlyGold: Zin wants to use {{Alchemy}} to turn lead into gold.

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* BroadStrokes: As a whole this new origin is it taking from the original show what it needed.
** Specifically the role of red head love interest for Jonny had changed again. While the previous series gave as Jessie Bradshaw, now we have Jessie Bannon, lost child of Race Bannon and Jade.


If anything, the only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later. As by the time the''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' came around the new writers had their own new idea of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.

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If anything, the only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later. As by the time the''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures the ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' came around the new writers had their own new idea of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.


''Jonny's Golden Quest'' was the first [[MadeForTVMovie TV movie]] made for the ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' series. It aired in 1993. It isn't actually related to the classic series in any way, given that Jonny's mother is present ([[DroppedABridgeOnHim at least for a while]]) and seems to be an attempt at a reboot. If anything, it, along with ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later, could be seen as part of the ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' continuity.

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''Jonny's Golden Quest'' was the first [[MadeForTVMovie TV movie]] made for the ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' series. It aired in 1993. It isn't had a troubled development history. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen It had started life as a part of the second set of the Superstars 10]], it didn't actually related to get made until later after the classic series in any way, Turner buyout. By this time it became obvious they had wanted to reboot the franchise following the end of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'', and this movie seems to be the one that came from it given that Jonny's mother is present ([[DroppedABridgeOnHim at least for a while]]) and seems to be an attempt at a reboot. while]]).

If anything, it, along with the only continuation from this point is ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestVersusTheCyberInsects'' which came out two years later, could be seen as part of later. As by the ''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures time the''[[WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures Real Adventures]]'' continuity.
came around the new writers had their own new idea of how to reboot the franchise that didn't fully align with this nor the previous two series.

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