The bendable green guy and his pal Pokey the horse (along with chums Prickle and Goo) were given their own series after captivating fans on `The Howdy Doody Show.' Syndicated versions appeared in 1966 and '88. A `Gumby' movie followed in 1995.
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Toying Around: Gumby and Pokey have fun in a toyshop. An inflated balloon carries Pokey high in the air and Gumby must find a method for rescuing his pal. Many toys come to life and chase Gumby through an amusement park. Gumby and Pokey have scary rides on the monorail train, the Ferris wheel and the cars.In The Dough: An animated piece of dough induces Gumby to visit a huge automated bakery to learn the secret of good baking. They reach a big oven only to find that the dough waiting to be baked has taken on menacing shapes, which surround Gumby and Pokey. Gumby and Pokey encounter rolling pins, cookie decorators and animated bread dough before emerging from the oven as cookies on a cookie sheet.
The Magic Wand: Gumby takes a trip to Magic Land to return a magician’s wand. While there, Gumby is trapped by Whitey and Red, the local police force. He finally manages to outwit them and make his way to the magicians home. Gumby is rewarded with a miniature wand that will perform just one magic trick.The Pokey Express: Learning that the Pony Express is unable to get riders, Gumby and Pokey volunteer to try to get the mail through. They encounter a local tribe who shoot arrows tipped with suction cups. They try to hide but are surrounded. Gumby scares them away by multiplying himself into a whole regiment of Gumbys.
Eggs and Trixie: Gumby has a daydream adventure with a young dinosaur named Trixie. The pre-historic adventure provides an authentic view of these times. Volcanoes erupting, an earthquake and a dinosaur stampede all cause Gumby trouble before his adventure is over.Outcast Marbles: Gumby reads in a storybook about two marbles that have lost their shape and hardness and become soft and pliable. The two marbles suddenly pop out of the book and solicit Gumby’s help in regaining their shape. Gumby searches for the sound that will make two odd marbles hard and round again.
Toy Crazy: It is Gumby’s birthday and he is permitted to choose his own present from the toy store. Gumby tries out various toys in the toy store including a tricycle, musical instruments, a swimming pool, rocking horse and finally a tiny toy train, which he manages to shrink himself into by shrinking himself down to a very small size. Lion Around: A lion escapes from the zoo, frightening Gumby and Pokey who have been playing in the park. The lion proves to be friendly and asks Gumby and Pokey to show him how to go about seeing the world. Meanwhile, the zookeeper sets a lion trap to recapture the lion but instead succeeds in capturing Gumby’s father. Richard the lion sets out to see the world in a fast sports car, taking Gumby and Pokey with him. A wild and frightening ride through the streets of the city gets even scarier when they become airborne. Richard wisely decides that life outside the zoo is too much for him.
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- Premise: The bendable green guy and his pal Pokey the horse (along with chums Prickle and Goo) were given their own series after captivating fans on `The Howdy Doody Show.' Syndicated versions appeared in 1966 and '88. A `Gumby' movie followed in 1995. (more)
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