Production on the film was completed in 1991, three years after production began, but Premavision was unable to find a distributor until 1995, when they found a small film studio called Arrow Releasing. Also, after the film's completion, most of the animators who worked on the film went to work on Henry Selick's The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). See more »
During various scenes, the "J" on one of the Blockheads is shown backwards in some shots. See more »
What's that TV truck doing here?
Oh, Mr. Claybert, that's not a TV truck. Gumby and the Clayboys were kidnapped in it.
Yeah. We don't know where they are.
We know where they are.
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The opening credits are made of green clay and hover in outer space. See more »
This movie... never ends. Every time you think "Oh, good, it's ending," it turns out that NO, THAT was just an INCREDIBLY cruel trick! There's MUCH more "Gumby fun" to experience! HAHAHAHAHA! Even... even after the actual ending... there's a MUSIC VIDEO! Eheh... Oh, God, this movie felt like it was five hours, at least. Not recommended to anyone who doesn't enjoy Chinese water torture.
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