This Month NCIRCLE Entertainment has released the adventures of Gumby the 60’s series volume 2 which includes bendable blockheads toys inside the letters J and G were used to suggest the shape of years. Here come Gumby and Pokey in this wild, wacky and inventive collection of the late 60’s episodes! Have fun with 40 clay animated shows, fully re-mastered from their original camera rolls and soundtracks. All of the episodes feature Nopey, the dog who says no, are in this set. Also appear are Prickle, Goo, the Blockheads, Professor Kapp, Dr. Zveegee, the Moon Boogles and other characters who Gumby and Pokey have creative, fun adventures with.
These cleverly written stories engage both children and adults with enduring themes that captivate today’s audience as they did when first released. Special features in this terrific box set include the art film “The Clay Peacock”, a special behind the scenes photo gallery, the re-mastered “Have a Heart” animated theme song as well as a never before seen Gumby song, and Superfund clay animated bumpers. You’ll also get to see some of the animators who worked on these episodes talk about their experiences at Clokey Productions. These same animators went on to animate more than 60 iconic films from Star Wars and beyond. Some of the episodes from Volume 2 is El Toro, Tricky Ball, Turnip Trap, Puppy Talk, Moon Madness and so much more that runs approximately 200 minutes long.
My Opinion: Gumby is a classic and should be shared with kids today so they can see what it is all about. I really enjoyed this volume to from the 60’s and will be sharing with anybody would like to see it.
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I used to love watching Gumby as a kid. I still have the VHS tapes somewhere.ReplyDelete
Octonauts are very entertaining. I love Gumby. Thanks for the chance.ReplyDelete