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* TheCommandments: "The Original Top Ten" revolves around around the songs represents as the Ten Commandments.
* InevitableWaterfall: The end of the third Top Ten has Osborn falling towards the waterfall, but thankfully it's just a little one and didn't suffer any casualties.
* InnocentSwearing: Towards the halfway point of "The Original Top Ten", Osborn swore in God's name after Annie hugged him after receiving the forth Top Ten, which results him getting swooped in a swan boat ride about what he just did. The end of the song "Honor His Name" has him learning not to swear in God's name.
* MediumBlending: The opening and ending scenes of the "Original Top Ten" are real life static backgrounds while the characters and objects that interact are animated.


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* ScoobyDoobyDoors: Little David's land in "The Original Top Ten" is a hallway of doors.
* SwanBoats: The third Top Ten song has Osborn in a swan boat.


'''The Kingdom Chums''' is a series of television specials that original broadcast on ABC.

The first one '''Little David's Adventure''' aired in 1986, and it's a retelling of David and Goliath as seen through the eyes of three children who travel back in time to witness it (compare to ''Anime/{{Superbook}}'' or ''Anime/FlyingHouse''). In this series the Biblical figures are anthropomorphic animals.

The second was '''Original Top Ten'''.


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'''The ''The Kingdom Chums''' is Chums'' was a series pair of television specials that original were originally broadcast on ABC.

ABC in the 1980s.

The first one '''Little one, "Little David's Adventure''' Adventure", aired in 1986, and it's a retelling of David and Goliath as seen through the eyes of three children who travel back in time to witness it (compare to ''Anime/{{Superbook}}'' or ''Anime/FlyingHouse''). In this series ''Anime/FlyingHouse''). The twist is that the Biblical figures are represented by anthropomorphic animals.

The second special was '''Original "The Original Top Ten'''.

Ten", a musical look at the Ten Commandments.




* ArtShiftedSequel: In the original, the animation is more {{animesque}} (and indeed it was made with Japanese staff). This was changed to more cartoony.

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* ArtShiftedSequel: In the original, first special, the animation is more {{animesque}} (and indeed it was made with Japanese staff). This was changed to a more cartoony.cartoony look for "Original Top Ten".



* MisplacedWildlife: The first story is a retelling of the battle of David and Goliath, with stuffed animals saying they recall memories of their ancestors. Two of those animals are a lion and a tiger, both of which ''could'' have been seen in Canaan (although it was not particularly likely). The hero of our story, however, is a ''raccoon''.

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* MisplacedWildlife: The first story is a retelling of the battle of David and Goliath, Goliath with stuffed animals saying they recall memories of their ancestors. Two of those animals are a lion and a tiger, both of which ''could'' have been seen in Canaan (although it was not particularly likely). The hero of our story, however, is a ''raccoon''.''raccoon''!



** Little David's Adventure has Peter, Sauli, and Mary Ann.
** Original Top Ten has Petey , Osborn, and Annie.

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** Little "Little David's Adventure Adventure" has Peter, Sauli, and Mary Ann.
** Original "Original Top Ten Ten" has Petey , Petey, Osborn, and Annie.


The first one '''Little David's Adventure''' aired in 1986, and it's a retelling of David and Goliath.

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The first one '''Little David's Adventure''' aired in 1986, and it's a retelling of David and Goliath.
Goliath as seen through the eyes of three children who travel back in time to witness it (compare to ''Anime/{{Superbook}}'' or ''Anime/FlyingHouse''). In this series the Biblical figures are anthropomorphic animals.






* ArtShiftedSequel: In the original, the animation is more {{animesque}}. This was changed to more cartoony.

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* ArtShiftedSequel: In the original, the animation is more {{animesque}}.{{animesque}} (and indeed it was made with Japanese staff). This was changed to more cartoony.


* ArtShiftedSequel: In the original, the animation is more {{animequse}}. This was changed to more cartoony.

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* ArtShiftedSequel: In the original, the animation is more {{animequse}}.{{animesque}}. This was changed to more cartoony.


* LooseCanon: Despite being from the same series, both special don't really have any connections aside from the animal characters. Even Moses is different from the two series.

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* LooseCanon: Despite being from the same series, both neither special don't really have has any connections to the other aside from the animal characters. Even Moses is different from the two in each series.


* MisplacedWildlife: The first story is a retelling of the battle of David and Goliath, with stuffed animals saying they recall memories of their ancestors. Two of those animals are a lion and a tiger, both of which ''could'' have been seen in Canaan (although it was not particularly likely). The hero of our story, however, is a ''raccoon''.



** Original Top Ten has Petey , Osborn, and Annie.

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** Original Top Ten has Petey , Osborn, and Annie.

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* ArtShiftedSequel: In the original, the animation is more {{animequse}}. This was changed to more cartoony.
* LooseCanon: Despite being from the same series, both special don't really have any connections aside from the animal characters. Even Moses is different from the two series.
* TwoGuysAndAGirl:
** Little David's Adventure has Peter, Sauli, and Mary Ann.
** Original Top Ten has Petey , Osborn, and Annie.

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'''The Kingdom Chums''' is a series of television specials that original broadcast on ABC.

The first one '''Little David's Adventure''' aired in 1986, and it's a retelling of David and Goliath.

The second was '''Original Top Ten'''.

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