The Spirit Of '76 (Series) (1975) Cartoon Series

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The Spirit Of '76

The Spirit Of '76 (Series)

The Spirit Of '76 (Series) (1975) Cartoon Series The Spirit Of '76 (Series)

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  • The Spirit of '76 Cartoon SeriesSeries
  • Traditional Animation
  • M.G. Animation
  • Cartoon Characters: Sam Hawkins.
  • Directed By Vladimir Goetzelman.
  • Produced By Shamus Culhane.
  • Series Began Airing around 1975.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Sam Hawkins tells tales about the people and events of the American Revolution.

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Episodes included "The American Revolution," "Blacks At War," "Boston Frolic," "Boston Tea Party," "Dentistry," "Frontier Parsons," "Liberty Bell," "Minute Men," "New York" and "The Story of...  (more)

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I <3'd this cartoon! My favorite happy memory of my 3rd grade year in school was when I got to go buy my lunch box. A Spirit of 76 Lunch Box with thermos.
One of my favorite episodes was when they reviewed the making of Old Glory. I just remember...  (read more)

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