Cartoon Pictures for Happy Easter (1967)

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Happy Easter

Happy Easter

Alternate Title: Davey And Goliath Happy Easter

Happy Easter (Davey And Goliath Happy Easter) (1967) Animated Cartoon Special Happy Easter

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  • Clokey Productions, Lutheran Church in America
  • TV Special Pictures
  • Featuring: Davey Hanson, Goliath, John Hanson, Jonathan Reed, Sally Hanson.
  • Originally Released in April of 1967 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released in Syndication.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Davey visits his adored grandmother on the Wednesday before Easter. They play baseball, bake a cake, and plan to attend the Easter pageant together at church on...  (more)

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Davey and Goliath go to visit Grandma and Grandpa before Easter. Davey loves his Grandma so much. She bakes cakes for him and plays baseball with him. Even when Davey broke the window to the attic while playing baseball with Grandma,...  (read more)

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