Tune in to watch Mr. Owl teach Gumby and Pokey a lesson about the importance of asking permission in Tree Trouble, see Mr. Lion learn to operate a car in Lion Drive, see Gumby play hook y after getting a group of robots to do his chores for him in Yard Work Made Easy, and stick around for the classic Sad King Ott's Daughter in which Gumby and Pokey become heroes after helping the poor King rescue his beloved daughter -- with only a 25-cent toy!
This volume offers entertainment at its best starting with Gumby and Pokey on the run from a pair of troublemakers in The Block Heads. You'll also see a musical celebration combining rhythm a nd Claymation in Gumby Concerto, Gumby becoming a sculptor and learning that art can take on a life of its own in The Glob, and finally see the boys try their best to keep their cool in Baker's Tour!
Volume three starts strong with The Black Knight - a tale showing Gumby doing his best to defeat the terrorizing Knight and his Dragon; then you can follow Gumby, Pokey and their young Indian friend to the place of the rain spirits in The Kachinas, see In a Fix featuring Gumby in a tough spot when he builds a co rral for Pokey but can't take it down; and finally you'll be treated to The Witty Witch, a fast-paced thrill finding Gumby and Pokey on the run from the Witch, only to be turned into a 'captive' audience for her 'special' surprise!
Containing some of the best in classic Gumby entertainment, this volume features Th e Groobee, a special little buzzer that makes crates instead of honeycombs; then you'll see a full-fledged race where Gumby and Pokey vie for the trophy in Gumby Racer; watch as Gumby uses Science to bring much-needed rain to a dry kingdom in Rain For Roo; and, finally, you'll see the mystic Hidden Valley, a place so special that Gumby and Pokey need magical help just to get to it... but is getting to Hidden Valley worth the adventure? It's anybody's guess!
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