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Hadji Singh is a juvenile Indian character on the American animated television series Jonny Quest (1964-65) and its later incarnations.
Hadji is an Indian boy, eleven years old and the adoptive son of American scientist Dr. Benton Quest. He functions as a faithful companion to the main character, Jonny, and is seldom seen without his bejewelled turban and Nehru jacket. His name "Hadji" apparently has only an accidental resemblance with the title of a Muslim veteran of the Mecca pilgrimage (Hajji). A fuller name than "Hadji" is never revealed for the character in the original series. In a sequel series, The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (1996-97), he is given the surname "Singh".
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Originally posted by babloyi
reply to post by imd12c4funn
Hadji was a normally portrayed indian?
Does anyone remember those shows? He'd say something along the lines of "Sim Sim Salavim!" and perform weird magic tricks like making a coiled rope float in the air.