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Alternate Title: Dig: A Journey Into The Earth



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A boy and his dog take a wondrous trip under the earth's crust and through the geological eras of time, introducing children to geology in the form of a musical fantasy.

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Alternate Title: "Dig: A Journey Into The Earth."

The first network Saturday morning animated cartoon special, this aired from noon to 12:30 p.m., pre-empting a rerun of The Monkees. Intended as one of three programs on the earth around us, it was...  (more)




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Thank-you thank-you thank-you to this website for giving reality to this vaguest of memories I've carried from the age of 6. I remember a talking white? rock and something falling down a large hole in the ground, the word "DIG", and being...  (read more)
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So...there is someone else out there who remembers this animation! I can't remember anything about the cartoon except that the boy and his dog were being led down a large hole by a talking rock and the music (what ever it was) made enough of an impression...  (read more)
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1972.

this thing aired, apparently in place of the Monkees, so it seems.

I remember it airing, and knew it wasn't supposed to be there. A boy and his dog met talking rocks, about four of them.

I suppose they were...  (read more)
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