Innovative "Claymation" adventures of Gumby and his horse Pokey.
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    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7.1/10 X  

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Innovative "Claymation" adventures of Gumby and his horse Pokey.

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Female voice actors originally supplied the voice of the title character during the initial episodes. See more »

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Gumby: When I give the signal, run and get in that jeep.
Pokey: What if the soldiers see us?
Gumby: Don't worry, we can beat them to the book in that. Ready? Go!
[they run over to Gumby's jeep; the soldiers fire on them; Gumby starts it in his second attempt and they drive off]
Gumby: They'll never catch us now. Paul Revere, here we come!
Pokey: Gumby, look out!
[a cannon sitting in front of them fires]
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Referenced in The Bride of Frank (1996) See more »

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(1957)***:a fascinating claymation series,(1988)***:a still interesting but weaker plot series
29 April 1999 | by (New Hampshire) – See all my reviews

(1957),Sure you see Cheap Live-action films as potential MST3K films(I'm aware that a certain gumby short "Robot Rumpus" was the MST3K short for episode "The Screaming Skull")but you gotta admit seeing basic claymation is a lot more fascinating than cheap live action(I'm also aware of my wording),& the plots are fascinating so the characters (I even thought the obvious live-action scenes look kinda cool) but the dialogue & sometimes the voice acting is kinda lame. (1988)so they placed in weaker plots (the jousting with the dark knight for ex. & the fact Gumby & his friend are in a band,& Gumby's barnyard friends look a bit more basic animatronic(the chicken,Telley & yes a woolly mammoth),but it still has the highly intriguing characters this time smoother claymation & some of the plots were still interesting. Even though I give this the same rating as the original I personally thought the original was better.


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