The continuous adventures of Gumby and his pals. This time, he runs a farm which includes more pals such as a wooly mammoth, Denali, and a bee, Groobee.
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The continuous adventures of Gumby and his pals. This time, he runs a farm which includes more pals such as a wooly mammoth, Denali, and a bee, Groobee.

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He's here and he will be sure to stay. Gumby!


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Actor Charles Farrington assumed the voice of Gumby in new adventures that would take Gumby and pals beyond their toyland-type setting and establishing themselves as a rock band. See more »

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Featured in Freddy's Nightmares: The End of the World (1989) See more »

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Stands the test of time.
13 May 2017 | by (Butt Town) – See all my reviews

I recently had the chance to watch about 50 Gumby shorts.I have always been aware that there was an older version of the show but I am not always sure which series I am watching.Sometimes it's obvious which series it is but not always.Since this site doesn't really help with the confusion, I will just post my review on this one.Even though I am much older than the intended audience of this show, I still enjoyed it.That being said, I have to say that both Gumby shows are extremely bizarre and frequently don't make any sense.One time Gumby ended up in a soda can and when he got out he was in the old west.Then he shot a regular human with a suction cup dart gun and made him run away, end of story.What??Then there actually episodes that Art wasn't involved with for some reason.Those episodes usually make the least sense.The Music Video episode was so strange I had to watch it twice.It's rare when a show that doesn't make any sense is so watchable.Make your kids watch this.


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