Fifty years ago, a 15-minute short named “Lost in a Cave” introduced the world to Davey and his talking dog, Goliath. Developed by the Lutheran Church, which hired Gumby creators Art and Ruth Clokey, dozens of episodes were produced between 1960 and 1975. In celebration of Davey and Goliath’s 50th anniversary, Bridgestone Media Group has released new “restored” DVDs of the series. Each disc includes six episodes, including some “lost” episodes. Six DVDs have been released so far, and a box set is available. While Davey and Goliath’s picture and audio have been restored for clarity, the message of faith, tolerance, charity and love remains the same.