The Adventures of Gumby: 1960's Series

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  • 1962
  • 2 Seasons

In 1962 Clokey Productions began production on a new Gumby adventure series. Gumby and Pokey went off to explore more historical events and to have every other conceivable adventure in and out of books through time and toy land.

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Sticky Pokey / Point of Honor
20. Sticky Pokey / Point of Honor
January 1, 1968
Sticky Pokey: Pokey is tired of trying to keep out of the clutches of the Blockheads so he goes to Professor Kap for help. The professor and his gluepot provide help all right, but in a most unexpected manner. Point of Honor: Gumby is angry. Prickle is trying to win Goo€ôs favor at Gumby€ôs expense, so Gumby has challenged Prickle to a duel. This turns out to be quite a duel and since all is fair in love and war, many tricks are used. Goo is the only one who wins this round.
Tail Tale / Motor Mania
19. Tail Tale / Motor Mania
January 1, 1968
Tail Tale: Pokey agrees to allow Gumby to use him in testing his new teleporter machine, but Gumby has made a mistake in the construction and Pokey ends up with a flowerpot instead of a tail. Motor Mania: Gumby and Pokey are in a drag race to Caboodle Corners. Reggie Van Snoot is sure that his high-powered car will defeat them but in the end, Pokey€ôs horsepower proves superior.
Gabby Auntie / Foxy Box
18. Gabby Auntie / Foxy Box
January 1, 1968
Gabby Auntie: Gumby and Pokey visit Aunt Gumbiddy. Auntie likes to talk and Pokey gets sleepy and starts to sleepwalk. Gumby and Auntie try to catch the sleeping Pokey but first they have a nightmare of a ride through streets and canyons. Foxy Box: Gumby discovers a mysterious box that seems to have an unlimited supply of interesting toys. A stubborn tractor and a diving plane are but two of the toys that amuse him in this adventure.
Bully For Gumby / A Bone for Nopey
17. Bully For Gumby / A Bone for Nopey
January 1, 1968
Bully For Gumby: Gumby and Pokey stop to buy apples from Tony€ôs apple cart. They are having a nice chat when the Blockhead mischief-makers play a joke on them with a toy bull. Gumby thinks of a joke of his own to get even and they end up with the last laugh. A Bone for Nopey: Gumby promises Nopey the biggest bone in town. Nopey€ôs eyes nearly pop out when Gumby makes good his promise by driving him to the Dinosaur Bone State Park. But of course Nopey wants to bury his big bone and the fun comes in when Gumby tries to solve this gigantic problem.
Dog Catchers / Stuck on Books
16. Dog Catchers / Stuck on Books
January 1, 1968
Dog Catchers: Prickle makes a skateboard for Nopey. Nopey is really enjoying his ride until the dogcatcher goes after him with his net. Gumby and Pokey get on their skateboards to rescue Nopey but the only one who escapes the dogcatcher€ôs net is Nopey. Stuck on Books: Gumby and Pokey can€ôt understand why Nopey is afraid to go through books to adventureland the way they do. Gumby coaxes but gets nowhere. Pokey tries another method and bucks Nopey through to the other side. Getting him out again though, proves to be a real problem.
El Toro / Dopey Nopey
15. El Toro / Dopey Nopey
January 1, 1968
El Toro: A bull has escaped from the stadium and chases Gumby and Goo up a tree. Prickle thinks he can avoid the bull by acting calm, but he soon ends up in the tree too. Finally Pokey arrives, and promptly scales the branches. All the weight causes the branch to break, but just before the bull can attack, a toreador arrives and saves the day. Dopey Nopey: Gumby€ôs little dog Nopey finds a pair of spectacles. He is sure that wearing them will make him smart. Pokey wants them for the same reason and chases Nopey right into a little boy who settles the argument by taking the glasses.
NCE-GUM-1960-69-70
14. NCE-GUM-1960-69-70
January 1, 1968
The Rodeo King: Pokey thinks he is Bust-a-Bronc, the famous rodeo horse. After Prickle tries to cure him (to no avail), the gang decide to enter Pokey in a rodeo to set him straight. However, it turns out Pokey is a great rodeo horse, but quickly reconsiders his career when he sees how much media attention a famous pony can get. Gumby Babysits: Gumby is asked to baby-sit a troublesome young child. The young boy manages to turn the tables and tell Gumby what to do, before Gumby devises a plot to make the boy behave. However, before he can execute his elaborate plan, the boy€ôs mother comes home and praises Gumby for his good job.
Wishful Thinking / Turnip Trap
13. Wishful Thinking / Turnip Trap
January 1, 1968
Wishful Thinking: It is Prickle€ôs first birthday and the gang convinces Prickle to make a wish. Prickle locks himself away for fear his friends will trick him into revealing his wish " and his friends try to trick him into revealing his wish so Prickle will come out to play. Several elaborate failed plots later, Prickle realizes he€ôs forgotten his wish anyway. Turnip Trap: Prickle remembers his birthday wish and in his excitement, accidentally builds his friends into a cage. A farmer comes and offers to fill the cage with turnips so that Pokey, Gumby and Goo can climb out. Incidentally, this unusual method of escape ends up granting Prickle€ôs wish.
All Broken Up / This Little Piggy
12. All Broken Up / This Little Piggy
January 1, 1968
All Broken Up: Prickle and Goo put on a performance piece, but the pesky Blockheads ruin everything. Gumby comes to the rescue and shows the Blockheads how it feels to be all broken up. This Little Piggy: Gumby is determined to win a prize at next month€ôs fair for his pet pig, but Gumby€ôs grandfather warns Gumby that raising a pig isn€ôt easy. Gumby is concerned when the pig won€ôt eat, but Gumby€ôs grandfather sees the problem and helps his grandson.
A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts / Grub Grabber Gumby
11. A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts / Grub Grabber Gumby
January 1, 1968
A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts: Gumby tries to grow coconuts despite the fact the climate won€ôt allow it. Disappointed when nothing grows, Gumby enlists the help of a special formula that helps the trees bear fruit " the only problem is, it€ôs the wrong kind of fruit. Grub Grabber Gumby: Gumby can€ôt eat just one cookie. After eating more than allowed, he realizes he must right his wrong, but can only think of one thing " eating. Will his appetite be his undoing?
Weight and See / Pokey Minds the Baby
10. Weight and See / Pokey Minds the Baby
January 1, 1968
Weight and See: Gumby has his fortune told by a weighing machine. When the fortune begins to come true he immediately decides to investigate this amazing machine. There is quite a surprise in store when he looks inside. Pokey Minds the Baby: Gumby turns baby sitter in this episode but when Pokey€ôs help is enlisted, trouble begins. Little baby Goobalee crawls out the door and from then on, has a really wild adventure.
Do-It-Yourself Gumby / Behind the Puffball
9. Do-It-Yourself Gumby / Behind the Puffball
January 1, 1968
Do-It-Yourself Gumby: Gumby has created a machine that can make whatever he wants. After a few successful tests, things go terribly wrong and Gumby learns that if you want something done, you€ôre better off doing it yourself. Behind the Puffball: Puff balls and gold balls get mixed in this miniature golf game of Pokey and Prickle. Pokey€ôs puff ball becomes a gigantic growing ball absorbing everything in its path. Gumby and Goo race to the rescue with the fire truck and dissolve the ball with the water hose.
Haunted Hot Dog / The Moon Boggles
8. Haunted Hot Dog / The Moon Boggles
January 1, 1967
Haunted Hot Dog: Gumby and Pokey run out of gas while on a drive in the country. They enter an old house looking for help, but instead find an old friend who scares the daylights out of them. The Moon Boggles: The Moon Boggles escape from their cage at the zoo, causing everyone to panic. Gumby and Pokey do their best to capture them, but end up frozen. Thankfully, the Moon Boggles only wanted a little fresh air.
Piano Rolling Blues / Hot Ice
7. Piano Rolling Blues / Hot Ice
January 1, 1967
Piano Rolling Blues: The evil professor can€ôt concentrate due to a noisy piano player next door, so he arranges for Gumby to move the piano away. Just as the plan seems successful, the professor gets greedy and lands himself in some serious trouble. Hot Ice: The evil professor wants to steal Goo€ôs ice jewels, but when he gets too greedy, he ends up in the cooler.
Shady Lemonade / Prickle Turns Artist
6. Shady Lemonade / Prickle Turns Artist
January 1, 1967
Shady Lemonade: Gumby, Prickle, Pokey and Goo are tricked by the nasty soda salesman. While figuring out how to get even, they stumble across a man who is distressed that his cat is stuck in a tree. The gang rescue the cat and are rewarded handsomely, which gives them the perfect opportunity to get their revenge. Prickle Turns Artist: Prickle opens a box making business, but quickly angers his customers by painting faces on their items. Things look grim until the local art critic turns up and declares Prickle€ôs creations a work of genius.
Puppy Talk / Moon Madness
5. Puppy Talk / Moon Madness
January 1, 1967
Puppy Talk: Gumby and Pokey stumble across Madam She€ôs Dog School, where dogs can learn to talk. They take a liking to one particular underachiever who can only say €˜no€ô, and with some quick thing, Gumby and Pokey use the dogs limited talents to prevent a trip to the dog pound. Moon Madness: Prickle and Pokey think they are being chased by mechanical feet with legs attached. Gumby tells them they are crazy, until he is reminded by Goo of a mistake he made that might explain the curious happenings.
Mystic Magic / Puppy Dog School
4. Mystic Magic / Puppy Dog School
January 1, 1967
Mystic Magic: Prickle wants to be an artist, but does not want to study for years. Luckily a mysterious man gives him an artifact that turns whatever it touches into a work of art. Prickle is excited at the prospect of becoming an artist, but quickly realizes that he has gotten more than he has bargained for. Puppy Dog School: A dog trainer attempts to teach Nopey four new words, but finds it far more difficult than he anticipated. After some frustration, the trainer finds a clever way to earn his pay.
The Big Eye / Lawn Party
3. The Big Eye / Lawn Party
January 1, 1967
The Big Eye: Gumby and Pokey shrink themselves down to microscopic size when Gumby€ôs hemoglobin friend, Fred, is having his oxygen stolen by a seemingly malicious scientist germ. When confronted about their actions, the scientist germs explain that they need the oxygen for their rocket ship to investigate a giant eye that has been peering at them. Lawn Party: Gumby introduces some of his €˜human friends€ô as they have a most peculiar picnic.
Dragon Daffy / Super Spray
2. Dragon Daffy / Super Spray
January 1, 1967
Dragon Daffy: Prickle can€ôt get an ice cream soda because the shopkeeper thinks he is a dragon, and dragons melt the ice cream. Prickle enlists the help of Gumby, who travels to dinosaur land to find Prickle€ôs mother. Angry at the bully shopkeeper, Prickles mother travels to the ice cream store and gives the mean man what for. Super Spray: The professor has come up with a great invention " a spray that will shrink objects. Prickle and Pokey decide to have some fun with it and head for the zoo. All kinds of funny things happen when the spray is used, until they come to the gorilla. Then they wish they had left the spray in the Professor€ôs lab. Gumby and the Professor arrive in time to rescue them.
Of Clay and Critters / Tricky Ball
1. Of Clay and Critters / Tricky Ball
January 1, 1967
Of Clay and Critters: A surrealistic film where strange things happen to Gumby and Pokey on the desert and in the forest. Tricky Ball: Gumby and Nopey play with a trick ball. This very unusual ball turns various colors, rolls in opposite directions, grows bigger and ends up chasing the pair through the toy store.
Description

In 1962 Clokey Productions began production on a new Gumby adventure series. Gumby and Pokey went off to explore more historical events and to have every other conceivable adventure in and out of books through time and toy land. The Adventures of Gumby: 1960's Series is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (41 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 1962.

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  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 1962