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  • Skye

    "Davey and Goliath." I remember watching this on TV as a kid on Sunday mornings. Unlike TV of today which runs cartoons 24/7, it was the only kid-oriented show on TV on Sunday mornings, except for sometimes "Tennnessee Tuxedo", "Rocky & Bullwinkle", and maybe "Penelope Pitstop" -- which weren't my favorites. I guess "Davey & Goliath" was meant to correspond w/ Sunday being a religious day for many, as it used 3-D animation to tell a story that ALWAYS had a moral at the end of it.

  • Jeanine Hoffas

    I watched this on Sunday morning when I was too sick to go to Church and Sunday School.

  • Becky Callahan

    Davey and Goliath! Ah the early indoctrination of the young, & I do mean literally early, this was only on TV very early on Sunday mornings when I was growing up.

  • allison kalsched

    HAH! remember this? Only thing on on Sunday mornings...

  • Lori Padgett

    Davey and Goliath. Short cartoons made by Art Clokey in stop-motion animation. ~ Childhood Memories

  • Debbie Rogers

    Davey & Goliath. first thing saturday mornings. Remember this so well along with Gumby and Pokey. Claymation at it's finest!

  • Kym Leslie

    As a kid, the stop motion Christian "Davey and Goliath" cartoon was the ONLY Sunday cartoon. There was a special "appeal" to this program. Always a life lesson, though not always easy.

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