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Religious moral tales are presented through the adventures of young Davey Hansen, his talking dog, Goliath, and Davey's sister, Sally, via charmingly crude clay animation. The show, geared toward kids, deals with issues including respecting authority and sharing.
A Sudden Storm: During a family vacation, the Hansen's get caught in a storm and the lights go out. The Bell Ringer: Davey help Mr. Opp, a bell ringer at Davey's church, by winding clocks while Mr. Opp is out of town.
Not for Sale: After he loses one of his father's skis, Davey learns he can't buy forgiveness. The Shoemaker: At first suspicious of an immigrant shoemaker, Davey learns compassion for the man and his sick wife.
Boy Lost: While visiting a carnival, Davey gets separated from his father. Though he's frightened, Davey is sure his father will find him. Ten Pin Alley: Davey fears parental rejection when he doesn't make the track team.
All Alone: During a family outing, Davey hops a ride on a train and is trapped inside all by himsel. The Polka Dot Tie: Davey and friends reject Nat because he wears a funny tie, but they soon realize God rejects no one.
The Runaway: Davey runs off to the circus, but the daily chores of the circus send him back home where he belongs. Officer Bob: Davey breaks his bike when he disobeys Officer Bob's warning about not riding on the handlebars.
The Time Machine: Taking imaginary trips in a time machine, Davey and Goliath see that God‘s love transcends time. On the Line: Davey makes a string telephone to show his friends how it‘s possible to talk to God when god is invisible.