A Hanna-Barbera animated series, the show is set in fictional Elmsville of the early 1900's. The Day family consists of Grandpa Jeff, his widowed daughter Martha and her three children Ben,...
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A Hanna-Barbera animated series, the show is set in fictional Elmsville of the early 1900's. The Day family consists of Grandpa Jeff, his widowed daughter Martha and her three children Ben, Kathy, and Andrew. Stories consist of everyday events plus the changes in society.
Hanna Barbera's animated equivalent to "The Waltons"
Like many of the numerous Hanna-Barbera cartoons I've seen, I saw this on Cartoon Network's weekly Boomerang preview. The show's premise is about a family in the early 20th century in which a widow is trying to raise her 3 kids. Anyhoo, the show was inspired by "The Waltons" (which was a hit at the time) which also in a way had the same premise (execpt the widow raising her kids). The show was acclaimed as well, but it still died softly. However, I have to say, "These are the Days" is a pretty good cartoon. While not as good as Hanna-Barbera's well known classics, it might be good to check out. You may like it.
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