Animated


Ken Anderson: Childrens Classics Collection


MPAA Rating:
Not Rated
Genre:
Animated
Runtime:
114 mins
Director:
Art Davis
Producer:
Ken Anderson

Content at a Glance


Sex


No Information

Language


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Violence


cartoon characters poisoning calves, trying to blow up train bridge, picking pockets.

Drugs


cartoon character sell old fashioned tonic or elixir; two characters seen as being drunk.

Nudity


No Information

Other


gypsies belief in comet.



Synopsis

Danger on the Pioneer Express: The railroad promised to open the West for Pioneer Junction, but when the Sheriff caught wind of a sinister plot to destroy the Pioneer Express, he enlisted Brent Towers, the Christian Cowboy, to investigate. With God’s help, and his two young friends, Tom and Jenny, they saved the train, plus learned some valuable lessons from the Bible about being good.

Badrock Valley Gang: Suddenly, a strange disease began to kill the rancher’s cattle. Then, the new veterinarian came up with a strange scheme to buy the cattle cheap. It takes the Christian Cowboy to coral the plot and bring the Badrock Valley Gang to justice.

Tale of the Comet: Wisdom Rock. Ancient legend said it fell from the tale of a comet. The gypsies sought this regal stone for knowledge of the future. With the help of the Christian Cowboy, they discover the wisdom only God can give.

Secrets of Sinbad: The Christian Cowboy became suspicious when Professor Sinbad brought his colorful wagon onto Main Street and began selling his Canyon Root Elixir. Tom and Jenny helped the Christian Cowboy solve the mystery of puppets who talked when they were supposed to be silent, plus the theft of jewels, watches, and wallets. It’s high adventure, full of intrigue, but also clearly presents the wonderful Good News of the Gospel!


Movie Message

This is a collection of old fashioned cartoons from the 1980s, cartoons that everyone knows. In each episode the star is Mr. Towers, a Christian cowboy, who helps his neighbors of the old west. He does not carry a gun nor does he use violence to get the bad guys. He uses his faith in God and the belief of what is right to detour the wrong doers. Filled with Bible verses and working together for the good that God has given everyone, “Ken Anderson: Childrens’ Classics Collection” has messages for everyone to enjoy.

We award this collection our Dove Seal for all ages.

For All Ages

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