Merry-Go-Pumpkin: Could anything be better then spending your birthday at Pumpkin Land birthday amusement park, the most pumpkiny place on Earth? Rip Van Prickle: Prickle falls into such a deep sleep that when he wakes, the world as he knows it is no more. Gumbitty Doo Dah: While Gumby and Prickle are playing, the mischievous Blockheads come up with a plan to impersonate Gumby to steal their ball. A Smashing Hit: While playing at the Cherry Festival, Prickle plays a high note on his new clarinet, smashing all the glass in the city! They don't quite have the outrageously bizzarre appeal of the earlier cartoons, but it's still Gumby at heart. Band Contest: It's the Battle of the Bands! In one of the mirrors, a reflection of Gumby assists him in his search. I recommend it for ages 3 to 7 and give it 5 out of 5 stars for its timelessness. The gang heads to an old book store to look for clues, where Prickle figures that the Golden Rule must be in the book of the Golden Fleece! The 80's Gumby series has strong recurring roles for the Blockheads as the troublemakers.
It's up to Gumby to resolve the feud between Wagner, the elephant. Gumby's parents, Gumbo and Gumba, are also very prominent in this series. Restoration From 2005 to 2006, a project took place in attempt to restore the entire 1950s and 1960s Gumby library. Pleased with his discovery, he hops in the tub and drives it to his customer's house. I love seeing all of these characters brought to life in true Gumby form; the shapes and colors are fantastic. There will be more Gumby Adventures right after this! Goo and Pokey then accidentally clean the car and tractor with the spray, bringing them to life as well! The Blockheads sneak in and steal the ball when the band takes a break. But Minga doesn't want to go to bed! Or will the Blockheads prevail with their cheating ways? I'll be right back with all my pals after this.
They all split up to find volunteers to help them with their greatest show on earth! Most of them were first made available for free viewing on 's , while later a select few became available on. Balloonacy: It's Denali's birthday, so Gumby and Pokey get some balloons for the party. These 5 episodes have Native American stereotypes that are now considered politically incorrect, thus the reason why they were skipped over. Gumby and his band get to make their first music video and everyone pitches in. Fortunately, the aliens have the technology to avoid pointless chase scenes by mentally taking the device out of their arms and flying it back to the lab. More and more of the important characters actually look like humans. My brother Gumby will be right back after these messages.
Gumba sends Gumby and Prickle out to find her, with a little help from Denali as well. The 1950s episodes were assembled back to their original 11-minute format as close as possible with the existing material. For identification purposes, all 1950s episodes have been listed with the original title of the uncut version followed by any counterparts that were created when these episodes were split up. The set was not widely distributed, and it received much negative feedback because the prints used were the 1980s reissues with the redubbed soundtracks and voices. Gumby Adventures season 1988 episode 60 Gumby's Close Encounters One day, while driving through the country with his friends, Gumby finds himself to be the victim of a horrible abduction by aliens, who need his strong genes to rebuild their race. It's a groundbreaking news story for Goo and her news crew as they take a helicopter ride to prove once and for all that Alaska really exists. The series also deals with the people in Gumby's life: his parents Gumbo and Gumba; his sister Minga, who made her debut in season three; his sidekick Pokey, an orange pony; his yellow dinosaur and blue flying mermaid friends Prickle and Goo, respectively, who made their debut in season two; and his friend Denali, who made his debut in season three.
In addition to a compilation of Gumby episodes titled Gumby Season's Greetings, the other programs include , , and. The Forbidden Mine Part Two : After the earthquake, Gumby and Prickle move the rocks out of the way, only to find that the mine is flooding and the elevator doesn't work! Gumby Adventures season 1988 episode 99 For the Graduate es, Gumby is finally graduating from high school, and Minga and Prickle are off to select a graduation present. Gumby's skateboarding steers him into a guitar shop, where he damages a magical guitar. So they ask Professor Kapp for his help. These restorations were not perfect as the original negatives for the 11-minute versions appear to be lost and now only exist split into their syndication halves.
Gumby will be right back after these messages. Unfortunately, it's a trap set by the Blockheads, who shatter the mirror, trapping Gumby and Pokey in a strange other-world. Stuck for ideas, he convinces his friends to help him on his hunt. These all retained their original audio tracks as they were released prior to the 1988 revival series, in which completely new soundtracks had to be recorded due to licensing issues involving the original soundtracks. Unofficial releases There have been many home media releases that were not authorized by Art Clokey or Clokey Productions, and therefore are considered unofficial releases. Children for Sale: While Gumby reads a story about the Children's Crusade to the rest of the gang, the children from the story fall out from the book.
It looks like the Blockheads have something else in mind though. In the United States, the first episode of the series originally aired on in 1956; the series was revived multiple times, with the last episode airing on August 20, 1988. My favorite episode from Vol 1 is Birthday Party in the Middle Ages. The Gumby Show: The 60s series Volume 1 followed in February 23, 2016 and The Gumby Show: The 60s series Volume 2 in September 13, 2016. As he whines about his injury, Minga investigates a steam roller, which she unwittingly uses to flatten the Blockheads for no reason, knock a tower of Better Blocks onto Prickle and, of course, to grind Prickle into the ground.
Note: This episode contains the first frozen title card of the series. Although Gumbasia didn't originally air on television, it is usually considered to be the first pilot episode of what would become The Gumby Show. Tilly takes care of the farm and watches the carpenters while Gumby and the band go to a concert. He gets banished and goes to Gumby's place, where he tells his tale of woe. While they search for the owner, they come across the Monkey Man who the Blockheads hold captive.