Gumby Cartoon

Gumby is a jade-green clay humanoid figure and model of Art Clokey has been the subject of 233 episodes of American television series that lasted for more than 35 years, and the film is based on the show.'was animated stop-motion animation with clay.
Signs :

Gumby Pokey main sidekick, a talking pony orange raised by Art Clokey and Dallas McKennon at different times, and Nemes are fools, some humanoid, red number with block-shaped heads that cause mischief and chaos at any time. Fools have been inspired by the Katzenjammer Kids, which has always been to get into scrapes and discomfort to other Other characters are Gumby Nopey dog ​​(whose entire vocabulary is the word "No "). Letter, a yellow dinosaur sometimes styles himself as a detective hat and a pipe that Sherlock Holmes deerstalker Also featured Goo, a mermaid who spits Flying Blue blue balls of goo and can change shape at will. Gumby mother and father Gumba Gumbo. The syndicated series later in 1988 added sister Minga Gumby and Mastodon friend Denali.
Gumby Cartoon
Origins :
Clokey first animated film in 1953 was a three-minute short called Gumbasia, surreal assembly of furniture, and expanding lumps of clay set to music in a parody of Disney's Fantasia.
Art Clokey created Gumby in the early 1950's after finishing film school at the University of Southern California . 
Gumbasia Vorkapich created a style of teaching is called kinesthetic film principles. Described as "massaging the cells of the eye," this technique, the camera movement and the change has been responsible for much of the Gumby look and feel. Clokey and his wife Ruth (nee Parkander), Gumby invented in the early 1950's at their home in Covina art just finished the USC film school. In 1955, Clokey showed Gumbasia movie producer Sam Engel, who encouraged him to develop his own technique with the addition of figures. Three Clokey Gumby pilot period for the first time alone, and the next two were shown on NBC and Howdy Doody Show to test the public reaction.

The second 15-minute pilot "Gumby goes to the moon" was initially rejected by NBC executive Thomas Warren Sarnoff. The third episode of Gumby, "Robot Rumpus" debuted successfully in the program Howdy Doody in August 1956.
Gumby was the NBC series (of Howdy Doody, a spin-off) during 1957.  included a lot of movies as well as a variety Clokey puppets, games and interviews, hosted by Robert "Nick" Nicholson, from March to June, and Pinky Lee until November.

Gumby was inspired by a proposal Clokey's wife Ruth, he based his character on the gingerbread man. Gumby was green simply because it was Clokey's favorite color. Gumby legs and feet were made wide for pragmatic reasons: they rose character secure Clay stop-motion video. The head of the famous Gumby inclined shape was based on the hair style of Clokey father Charles Farrington in an old photograph.

Female performers (as Ginny Tyler and Nancy Wible) supplied Gumby volume of original episodes. The new sections were added to 1961-1963, when the Dallas McKennon became the voice Gumby. Production continued in 1966-1968, when Norma MacMillan expressed Gumby.
Lorimar Telepictures Years :

Gumby Cartoon

In 1980, the original Gumby shorts had been a rebirth, as well as television and home video.This led to a new incarnation of a series of Lorimar-Telepictures Television syndication in 1988, which included new characters such as Gumby sister Minga, and Mastodon called Denali. Dallas McKennon returned as the voice of Gumby in new adventures that would take Gumby and his friends in addition to their Toyland-Type and the creation of Rock Band.
In addition, new episodes, Classic Shorts 1950 and 1960 were re-run as part of the series, but the audio tracks you just recorded, that re-recording sound and original music score was replaced by Jerry Gerber 1988-series. (Clokey rights to use the original Capitol Records production tracks can not be renewed over time, due to legal problems.)
Art Clokey would have given many film industry talents their first break in the industry. A number of clay animators who worked on the new series has continued to work for Pixar, Disney and other studios.
Film And Beyond  :

Since 1982, Eddie Murphy has launched a parody of Gumby on Saturday Night Live. According to Murphy's parody of the television cameras were turned off, returned to his Gumby Fresh skin cigar-chomping, irascible celebrity who was a very demanding industry executives. When management refused to give his demands, Gumby would have to defend the status star, saying "I'm Gumby, Dammit."

In 1987, the character appeared in the film Puppetoon. In 1995, Clokey production company to produce independently released theatrical film, Gumby: The Movie (aka Gumby 1), which marks the character of Clay's first feature-length adventure.In the circle block heads replace Gumby and his band with robots and kidnap their dog, Lowbelly. The film discussed-joke homages to classic science fiction such as Star Wars, Terminator and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Since 1992, the TV channels like Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network aired reruns episodes of Gumby. The original comic book, "Robot Rumble", was exhibited Mystery Science Theater 3000
Gumby Cartoon
Library of Congress had Gumby as spokescharacter 1994-1995, due to a common sequence in his shows where Gumby enter into a book, and then experiences the world inside the book a place tangible. End of the decade, Gumby and Pokey had appeared in commercials for Cheerios cereals, in particular, Frosted Cheerios. Although nothing new animated Gumby material is planned for the near future [edit] Most of the episodes (with a few exceptions) are two series are available on home video and DVD.

In August 2005, the first video game Gumby, Gumby vs. Astrobots, was released by Namco for the Game Boy Advance. In it, Gumby must rescue Pokey, and Goo Espina, having been captured by the Blockheads and their cohorts, Astrobots.
Bob Burden wrote Gumby comic series with art by Rick Geary, the colors of Steve Oliff and Lance Borde, published by Mel Smith and generic ink / Gumby Comics. The first issue date of July 2006. It was a great honor for the best publication for a younger audience Eisner Award in 2007. [Citation needed]

Gumby Cartoon
Images of Gumby and toys are registered trademarks of Prema Toy Company. Premavision owns the distribution rights to the Gumby cartoons (having been included by the previous distributor Warner Bros. Television) and has acquired the rights to traditional media.
On March 16, 2007, YouTube, all episodes of Gumby appear in their complete form on its website, remastered and with their original soundtrack. The agreement also extended to other video sites, including AOL.In March 2007, KQED-TV aired a one-hour documentary "Gumby Dharma" as part of their "Truly CA" series.

On October 12, 2011, Google paid tribute to 90 years of art with clay balls Clokey become Gumby characters. The doodle is composed of five balls of clay with Google colors placed next to a block toy with a "G" on it. Clicking on one of the bullets found the Blockheads, Espina, Goo, Gumby himself, and Pokey (Gumby all characters)
Toys And Goods  :

Gumby various goods occurred in recent years, the most important figures are foldable. Several multi-packs and individual figure set by Jesco (Trendmasters later), and a collection of 50 years, were conducted in the Gumby characters. Also included in the catalog of products are stuffed Gumby dolls, keychains, mugs, ColorForm a game of 1988, a walk-Trendmasters 1995, and a set of Kubrick Medicom. A tribute album, Gumby, was released in 1989 by Buena Vista folders.


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