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"(Fred Berger)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 8 Oct 1992 09:28:38 CDT
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From TOTAL TELEVISION, by Alex McNeil:
"THE QUEST.  22 September 1976 - 29 December 1976.  One of the few
westerns introduced during the 1970s, THE QUEST starred Kurt Russell
and Tim Matheson as brothers Morgan and Quentin Beaudine; the two had been
separated at an early age - Morgan had been captured by Indians and
raised by the Cheyennes, while Quentin was raised by an aunt and
attended medical school.  Finally reunited, they joined forces to
search for their younger sister, who they believed was still a captive
of the Cheyennes.  Unfortunately, the series never really got off the
ground, for it was scheduled opposite CHARLIE'S ANGELS and vanished in
midseason.  Tracy Keenan Wynn created the series; David Gerber was the
executive producer and Mark Rodgers and James H. Brown the producers.
The pilot for the series, titled QUEST was aired 13 May 1976."
Frederick R. Berger               INTERNET ADDRESS:  [log in to unmask]
Director of TV-Film
Saint Joseph's College
Rensselaer, IN  47978
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- David Addison, MOONLIGHTING