Three 30-minute holiday specials were shown in 1967: "The New Year's Promise" in January, "Happy Easter" in March, and "Halloween Who-Dun-It" in October. The background music has now been replaced with an unknown music library. Norma MacMillan voiced Davey, who was closer to junior high school age. She is still credited as the voice of Davey today.
MacMillan had already begun working for Walt Disney Studios at this time, providing the voices of Snow White, Cinderella, Ariel, Jasmine, and others. In fact, she is one of a few people who have worked on Davey Jones' locker for more than one episode; she also did additional voices in "Halloween Who-Dun-It".
Davey Jones' locker first appeared in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" in 1964. He has appeared in almost every episode since then except for two episodes in 1965 where he did not appear because of scheduling conflicts with another series that aired at the same time as Davey Jones' Locker (this other series was called "Goober & the Ghost Chasers").
In total, MacMillan has provided voices for Davey Jones' locker over 10 years ago!
Davey and Jack are encouraging the newsies to strike shortly after the price increase and the announcement that other newsie groups would not join them. Davey does the majority of the singing in the song since Jack considers him to be the wise one. If playing does not start immediately, consider restarting your device. Seize the Day has been identified as one of the most popular songs on newsboys albums.
In addition to their original music, the Newsboys have covered songs by artists such as Michael W. Smith, Jesus Christ, and John Lennon.
Seize the Day was written by lead singer and guitarist David Crowder along with his wife Lisa Martin-Crowder. It's the first single from their album Rise.
The song talks about how God uses those who nobody else thinks useable to bring Him glory. Even though the newsboys were considered garbage people, God used them to spread His word. As you listen to the song, think about other people like Davey who seem like they could never do anything good with their life. But really, they're being used by God in many ways even if they don't know it yet.
Over the years, the Davey name has been spelt Davy, Davey, Davie, Daivey, Daivy, Daivie, Dayvy, Dayvie, Dayvey, Devy, Devie, and many more variations. The Davey Family's Early Notables (pre 1700) consist of John Davey, a Scottish soldier who served in the British Army from 1693 to 1721; William Davey, an English clergyman who served as Bishop of Lincoln from 1713 to 1717; and James Davey, an Irish politician who served as Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1710 to 1711.
The surname Davey is derived from a place name in England. It first appeared in Yorkshire during the 11th century. The name David is from the Hebrew meaning "beloved" or "dedicated to God". This name was originally used by Christians who desired to show their devotion to Christ.
Some families have taken the surname Davis instead of Davey. These are distinct families with no connection between them.
Davey Havok had vocal nodules. The same thing that ruined Julie Andrews' voice permanently. So he physically can't sing (or sound) the same way that he used to. Burials and The Blood Album focus on Davey using an octave lower vocal range than any other album.
When Davey was four years old, his father, John, died, and his mother, Nina Davey (née Stanbrook), died 11 years later, leaving him to be raised by his maternal grandparents. He has said that this experience made him appreciate those lucky enough to have their parents take care of them.
Davey grew up in a large house on Forest Hill Avenue in Washington, D.C. His grandfather was an attorney who worked for the U.S. State Department and his grandmother was a painter who owned her own gallery. He had one sister. When Davey was eight years old, his parents' friends told him that they were going to India to build schools there so kids wouldn't die of malaria. Davey's parents left him with his grandparents while they went to India. When they returned a few months later, they didn't say anything about not being able to take care of him. All they did was hug him and kiss him goodbye. That was it. No call every week or something.
After his parents died, Davey moved in with his uncle and aunt, who were both lawyers. He wanted to be a writer when he grew up. Their family home was near the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
Arthur Davey's eldest son, Jack Andrew Davey (1907-1959), was born in New Zealand but became one of Australia's best radio and television entertainers throughout the 1940s and 1950s. A sizable number of descendants have worked in the legal and medical professions, mostly as lawyers, barristers, and physicians of medicine.
He had two children with his wife, Jean MacIntosh (died 1991): daughter Jane Elizabeth "Jannie" Davey (born 1930) and son John David "Jack" Davey (born 1932).
His younger brother Colin McVicar Davey also became an actor; they shared a common mother, Hannah "Nell" McVicar (1880-1969). Their father was Scottish and their mother was Irish.
They were very close in age and grew up together in Melbourne. Both attended Wesley College (then part of the University of Melbourne). They got into trouble often because of their wild lifestyle. Once when they were young, they stole some bottles of wine from their teacher's desk! They sold the wine for money to buy more drugs.
Their acting career started at the same time but they pursued it separately. Colin went to London while Jack stayed in Australia. They both appeared in several films including The Shiralee (1945) and Deadfall Lane (1947).
In 1949, Jack married actress Patricia Hayes.