Launch into the adventure of a lifetime with everyone's favorite monkey in this all-new movie, Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle! When Curious George is asked to take part in a very ... See full summary »
KBLM, the call sign for fictional radio station that doubles as the Blockheads' lair is also the call sign for an independent television station in Orange County, California. See more »
When the music video for the Clayboys is being filmed, Pokey is shown to walk up and stand beside Lucky watching the monitor. In a cut shot showing the audience, Pokey is shown standing next to the hay bales. In the next shot, he's back beside Lucky. See more »
[about a woman about to lose her home]
Gosh, it must be awful, isn't it, Prickle?
It just shows you that to borrow money is dangerous.
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Scenes from the 1980's Gumby cartoon series play over the end credits. See more »
Those who grew up with Gumby, like me, will find this a welcome step back into the boundless imagination of Art Clokey and his crew. Anybody else may find their mileage varies, unfortunately, because there really *isn't* anybody quite like Art Clokey. It's not mile-a-minute in its pacing, it's not laugh-a-minute in its comedy, it's not trying to be anything but More Gumby. So if you want more Gumby, this is it! Clokey brings back all your favorites -- Gumby, Pokey, Prickle, Goo, the Blockheads, and even some surprises -- and adds a few new characters on top of that. Nobody should miss the utterly psychedelic claymation of the last few minutes of the film, because it really is beautifully done. If you expect Aardman Animation or something modern, you should adjust my rating down a few points -- this probably isn't for you. But if you remember Gumby and would like just another short while with him and his friends, here's your chance.
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