Davey & Goliath 50th Anniversary Release DVD
Children's Animated Films
|Between 1960 and 1975, millions of children worldwide watched the wholesome adventures of Davey and his talking dog, Goliath.|
Beloved for its old-fashioned charm and unique stop-motion animation, Davey and Goliath is sure to delight a new generation of viewers with each adventure starring this lovable hero and his canine companion.
Davey and Goliath: Volume 1
Now Davey and Goliath is back in a newly restored collection of six 15-minute episodes, including "Lost in a Cave," "Stranded on an Island," "The Wild Goat," "The Winner," "The New Skates," and "Cousin Barney."
In Volume 1, Davey narrowly escapes a creepy cave and realizes that God cares for all His children. Plus, Davey learns to listen to his mom after he ignores her advice and falls through thin ice, and he enters a soap box derby just so he can be like his friend Mike.
Davey and Goliath: Volume 2
Produced by Gumby creators Art Clokey and Ruth Clokey Goodell, Davey and Goliath: Volume 2 includes six classic episodes with moral themes.
In this delightful set, Davey learns that God is everywhere ("All Alone"), God's love transcends time ("The Time Machine"), and it's possible to talk to God even though He is invisible ("On the Line"). Volume 2 also includes the previously missing episode titled "The Polka Dot Tie," in which Davey and his friends reject a young boy because he's different. However, they soon realize that God loves everyone.
Davey and Goliath: Volume 3
Volume 3 features six entertaining episodes that explore the topics of faith, love, honor, and respect from the perspectives of a boy named Davey and his talking dog Goliath. This DVD contains "The Silver Mine" and "A Sudden Storm," two of creator Art Clokey's favorite episodes, as well as "Boy Lost," an episode in which Davey lags behind and is separated from his dad at a carnival. Though he's frightened, Davey is sure his father will find him. Additional adventures include "Pilgrim Boy," "Ten Pin Alley," and "Bell Ringer."
Davey and Goliath: Volume 4
In Volume 4, Davey learns an important lesson about bike safety when he disobeys a warning in "Officer Bob." Then, Davey discovers the grass is not always greener on the other side when he leaves home to join the circus in "The Runaway." Additional episodes include "Not for Sale," "The Shoemaker," "The Parade," and "The Dog Show."
Davey and Goliath: Volume 5
Volume 5 includes the previously lost episode "Down on the Farm," where Davey must decide between playing with his new friend Tom and tending to the vegetables in his garden. Also, in "Man of the House," Davey learns about responsibility when his parents leave him alone for the day to babysit his younger sister Sally. Other episodes in this volume are "The Waterfall," "Happy Landing," "Editor-In-Chief," and "Bully up a Tree."
Davey and Goliath: Volume 6
In Volume 6 of the Davey and Goliath DVD series, Davey learns that his father loves his children equally ("The Lemonade Stand") and God's miracles are real ("Hocus Pocus"). In addition, the episode "Big Apple" models the importance of sharing, and "Good Neighbor" teaches children about the parable of the good Samaritan. Then, in "The Bridge," God helps Davey think of a plan to get his sister Sally to safety after the rope bridge they were jumping on breaks. This collection also includes the previously lost episode "The Jickets."
Davey and Goliath: Volume 7
Experience the heartwarming stories of Davey and Goliath like never before in this enhanced collection of five, 15-minute episodes, including "A Dillar, A Dollar," "Rags and Buttons," and "Who Me?" In addition, the Hansen family's jeep falls overboard during a ferry ride, and Davey and his father go scuba diving to find the "Jeep in the Deep." Next, in "The Stopped Clock," a rejected Davey imagines a world without others, including Goliath, but he quickly decides that world is not for him.
Volume 7 also includes the 30-minute special "To the Rescue," which first aired in 1975 and marked the end of the show's original production run. On summer vacation at Roaring River Camp, Davey, Goliath, and friends lead an emergency rescue of a man and his daughter from a plane crash.
Davey and Goliath: Volume 8
Expand your Davey and Goliath collection with six newly restored episodes! In "If at First You Don't Succeed," Davey and Sally realize their lofty goals of becoming a champion bowler and concert pianist require effort. Then, Davey discovers the consequences of dishonesty when he cheats on a test in "Kookaburra" and buys a collar for Goliath with money that doesn't belong to him in "Finders Keepers." Davey also learns to respect God's world ("The Caretaker") and the property of others ("The Hard Way").
In addition, Volume 8 includes the 1967 spooky special titled "Halloween Who-Dun-It." After winning a prize for his "Man from Mars" suit, Davey goes out in costume with Sally and Goliath to create some Halloween mischief. Thinking no one can tell who they are, they end up hurting the feelings of others and realize too late that their masks can't hide their actions from God.
Davey and Goliath: Volume 9
Rediscover the true meaning of Christmas with Davey in this enhanced DVD that features the 1965 holiday special "Christmas Lost and Found." Only after Davey gives his role as a wise man in the school's Christmas pageant to another boy does he truly understand that the real meaning of Christmas is about giving, just as God demonstrated by giving us His Son.
Volume 9 contains five additional episodes. In "Blind Man's Bluff," Davey learns to look at the hearts of others rather than their skin color, and in "The Greatest," he shows compassion when he finds out that Nicky, the troublesome boy who continually boasts about his father, doesn't have a dad. This 50th anniversary DVD release also includes "Rickety-Rackety," "Boy in Trouble," and the previously lost episode "Help," in which Davey and Jonathan learn to appreciate the law after they are rescued by Officer Dan.
Davey and Goliath: Volume 10
Teach your child about getting along and starting over with the 1967 special "New Year Promise." Davey resolves to stop yelling at his sister Sally for her mistakes, but he soon finds it easier to stop talking to her altogether. When Sally runs away from home thinking Davey doesn't love her, Davey and Goliath go on an adventure to find her in time to sound the bell at church and ring in the new year.
Volume 10 of this enhanced collection also contains the previously lost episode "Louder Please," in which a deaf neighbor teaches Davey to appreciate the sounds around him, and "The Zillion Dollar Combo," in which Davey's band must choose between a paying gig and performing for free at a children's hospital. Other episodes in this 50th anniversary DVD include "Upside Down and Backwards," "Six-Seven-Six-Three," and "Who's George?"
Davey and Goliath: Volume 11
Celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ with the 1967 holiday special "Happy Easter." In this 30-minute episode, Davey is saddened by the death of his grandmother shortly after spending a fun day with her. However, when he watches a rehearsal of a passion play, he remembers that she taught him how Jesus still lives in our hearts and Easter is a time for celebration.
Volume 11 of this 50th anniversary series also contains the previously lost episode "What's His Name," in which Davey learns the meaning of forgiveness when he is falsely accused of wrongdoing, and "Chicken," in which Davey breaks his leg and learns that it's better to be called a chicken than to act foolishly. Then, in "Kum Ba Yah," Davey decides that a rift with another bell choir member shouldn't get in the way of his responsibility to his friends. Other episodes in this enhanced DVD include "Ready or Not" and "Pieces of Eight."
Davey and Goliath: Volume 12
Complete your Davey and Goliath collection with the final volume of the 50th anniversary re-mastered release. Volume 12 features five entertaining episodes, including the 1971 School Days special "School...Who Needs It?" On the first day of school, Davey and the Jickets' clubhouse protest in front of the school with signs that say "Down with School" and "I Hate School." Through the efforts of an understanding teacher, the enthusiasm of a new student, and an accidental fire that almost destroys the class float, Davey finally realizes the valuable lessons he can learn in school.
Volume 12 also includes the previously lost episode "The Watchdogs," in which Davey witnesses a robbery but shies away from reporting it until Officer Dan and Mr. Hansen succeed in teaching him the real meaning of the golden rule. Then, "Come, Come to the Fair" depicts Davey's Sunday school class hosting a folk fair where the students learn how different cultures celebrate and remember Jesus. Other episodes in the series finale include "The Doghouse Dream House" and "The Good Bad Luck," in which Goliath's cold prevents him from leading Davey and Jonathan back to safety after they become lost during a school field trip.
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