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  • Traditional Animation
  • Clokey Productions, National Broadcasting Company
  • Cartoon Characters: Gumby, Pokey, The Blockheads.
  • Voice Actors: Art Clokey, Dallas McKennon, Bobby Nicholson.
  • Directed By Art Clokey.
  • Produced By Art Clokey.
  • Animated By Ray Peck, Pete Kleinow, Jim Danforth, Bob Danuser, Roland Shutt, Ralph Rodine, Doug Beswick, Bob Kesee, Harry Walton.
  • Music: John Seely, Pete Kleinow.
  • Editor: Don McIntosh, Woodword Smith, Colin Young.
  • First Aired on March 30, 1957.
  • Originally Aired on NBC Television NBC-TV (USA).
  • Running Time: 5 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


While trying to avoid the Blockheads, Gumby and Pokey enter the Old Western book.

Cartoon Production Information:


Gumby and his pal Pokey and their claymation adventures.
He was once a little green glob of clay... GUMBY!
Made using a claymation stop-motion animation process...  (more)


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