Featuring Eight Episodes
Like Big Wheels, superballs and bell bottoms, Davey and Goliath, the stop-motion, three-dimensional animated television program about a boy and his dog, was a much-cherished part of life for many children growing up in the '60s and '70s.
Millions of parents and children embraced the lovable duo, their family and friends in warm and entertaining adventures every week from 1962 to 1977. Conceived by Gumby creator Art Clokey, Davey & Goliath provided a welcome alternative to violent children's programs. Produced by the Lutheran Church in America, the series featured moral themes, earning big praise from TV professional, religious leaders and viewers alike.
In addition to believable characters and situations that children could relate to, the look of the show was a big draw. The miniature sets were as elaborate as a street parade, and abandoned silver mine, and a carnival, complete with a roller coaster and ferris wheel.
For fans of the show, these episodes will bring back fond childhood memories. And new viewers, particularly those unfamiliar with this type of animation, will delight in their discovery.
Contains 8 14-Minute Episodes:
- Dog House Dream House
- Ready or Not
- Lemonade Stand
- Good Neighbor
- Bully Up a Tree