Davey and Goliath

Season 1 Episode 12

All Alone

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All Alone
The family goes on an inclined railway car to a family area. As Davey and Sally are wandering around, they come across a bunch of refrigerator cargo trains. Davey goes up to one and smells bananas. Davey goes inside to get a banana, when the engine connects, the force shuts the door to the train. Davey is trapped and all alone. In his head the voice "All Alone" repeats and repeats. When Davey looks out of the top of the refrigerator car, he sees a church. He is then reminded that he is not "All Alone" because "God is Everywhere". When Davey's dad hears about the news, he goes to try and get someone to stop the train.moreless

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    Dick Beals

    Dick Beals

    David 'Davey' Hansen

    Ginny Tyler

    Ginny Tyler

    Elaine Hansen / Sally Hansen

    Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    Goliath / John Hansen

    Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    Ticket Salesman / Inclined RR Engineer / Train Crew

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The long shots and medium shots of the trains in this episode were done with a real model railroad layout (in "O" gauge). The steam engine that pulls the train with the refrigerator car Davey is trapped in is a post-war Lionel steam locomotive.

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    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode is a reminder that God is everywhere. When you feel that you are alone, God is there with you when you ask him. After Salvation through Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit enters your heart. After that happens, man you know that you are not "All Alone" anymore, but you are above everything else.
        This episode clearly exhibits that. The reason the controller knew what Davey meant and the conductor didn't when Davey said "I wasn't alone" is because he too knows that he isn't alone with the Holy Spirit.

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