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The Quest [DVD] [1976]

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Overview

Synopsis

The Longest Drive
The Longest Drive is the syndication title for the network TV movie The Quest, which first aired May 13, 1976. Evidently inspired by John Ford's The Searchers, this western concerns the search by two brothers, Quentin and Morgan Baudine (Tim Matheson, Kurt Russell), for their sister, who as an infant was kidnaped by Indians. Morgan himself had spent time as an "adopted" Cheyenne tribesman; his Indian name was, appropriately enough, Two Persons. Breaking up the main storyline is a subplot involving desert rat Brian Keith and a race between a horse and a camel! Written by Tracy Keenan Wynn (Tribes), The Longest Drive served as the pilot for the subsequent Quest weekly series, which ran from September 22 to December 29, 1976. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Luke Askew
    Luke Askew
  • Neville Brand
    Neville Brand
  • Iron Eyes Cody
    Iron Eyes Cody
  • Erik Estrada
    Erik Estrada
  • Will Hutchins
    Will Hutchins
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