The Quest (1982 TV series)
|Created by||Juanita Bartlett|
|Written by||Juanita Bartlett|
Stephen J. Cannell
|Directed by||Rod Holcomb|
Noah Beery Jr.
|Theme music composer||Pete Carpenter|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||9 (4 unaired) (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Juanita Bartlett|
Stephen J. Cannell (co-executive producer)
Jo Swerling, Jr.
|Running time||48 mins.|
|Production company(s)||Stephen J. Cannell Productions|
|Original release||October 22– November 19, 1982|
The Quest is an American action/adventure television series that aired on ABC from October to November 1982. The series stars Perry King, Noah Beery Jr., Karen Austin, and Ray Vitte as potential heirs to the throne of a fictional European monarchy that, were its king to die without issue, would revert to rule by France.
- Perry King as Dan Underwood
- Noah Beery Jr. as Art Henley
- Ray Vitte as Cody Johnson
- Karen Austin as Carrie Welby
- Michael Billington as Count Louis Dardinay
- John Rhys-Davies as Sir Edward
- Ralph Michael as King Charles
US Television Ratings
|Season||Episodes||Start Date||End Date||Nielsen Rank||Nielsen Rating||Tied With|
|1982-83||9 (4 Unaired)||October 22, 1982||November 19, 1982||97||N/A||N/A|
This section needs a plot summary. (May 2017)
|No.||Title||Original air date|
|1||"Land's End to Land's End"||October 22, 1982|
|2||"Last One There Is a Rotten Heir"||October 29, 1982|
|3||"He Stole-a My Art"||November 5, 1982|
|4||"His Majesty, I Presume?"||November 12, 1982|
|5||"Escape from a Velvet Box"||November 19, 1982|
|6||"Hunt for the White Tiger"||Unaired|
|8||"A Prince of a Fellow"||Unaired|
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- "The TV Ratings Guide: 1982-83 Ratings History -- Soap Bubbles Rise, Several Veterans Part and NBC Renews Poorly Rated Masterpieces". Retrieved 9 April 2018.
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