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School... Who Needs It? (1971) - Clokey Productions Cartoon Episode Guide

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School... Who Needs It?

School... Who Needs It?

School... Who Needs It? (1971) - Clokey Productions Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Clokey Productions, Lutheran Church of America
  • Cartoon Characters: Davey Hanson, Goliath, John Hanson, Mary Hanson, Sally Hanson.
  • Voice Actors: Hal Smith, Norma Macmillan.
  • First Aired about 1971.
  • Originally Released in Syndication.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Davey and the Jickets rebel against going to school, but an understanding teacher shows them the value of school.

Cartoon Production Information:

In 1973, the UNDA-USA, the Catholic fraternal association for broadcasters and allied communicators, the successor organization to the Catholic Broadcasters Association of America (UNDA is Latin for "Wave"), awarded this special its Gabriel Award....  (more)

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