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Here Comes Gumby in the Hollywood Christmas Parade

Mark your calendars!

Gumby wihollywood-christmas-parade-logoll make his way down the red carpet of the Hollywood Christmas Parade on Sunday, November 27.  A 60-foot inflatable Gumby joins the Gumby mascot and the Clokey family who will be presenting Gumby DVDs (compliments of NCircle Entertainment) and Gumby bendable toys (donated by N.J. Croce) to Toys for Tots.

The televised parade premieres on the CW channel in early December and will air throughout the holiday season on the CW, the Hallmark Channel, American Forces Network, KTLA and other affiliates. Check here for air times and channels in your area.

Television travel expert Laura McKenszie and household name Erik Estrada are slated to host the parade. Olivia Newton John is Grand Marshal. The parade kicks off with a concert in the grandstand area with favorites: Olivia Newton John, Kenny G, Scotty McCreery, War, Masters of Illusion, Band of Merrymakers, Julia Ara, Eric Benet, Empty Heatoys-for-tots-logorts and Cyndi Lauper performing!

Bands, TV/film/radio/book celebrities, floats, giant inflatable characters, equestrian teams, dancers and more… will march the two-mile route down Hollywood, Vine and Sunset Avenues.

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New Gumby DVDs: The 60’s Episodes, Vol. 2 Now Available

Iconic Remastered Gumby Episodes–Always in Style

Here come Gumby and Pokey in a new DVD gift set of wild and inventive late 60’s episodes! The Adventures of Gumby, 1960s, Volume 2 was just released on September 13, 2016. It contains over 40 clay-animated episodes, fully re-mastered from their original camera rolls and soundtracks. A great bonus—two Blockheads bendabgumby-60s-vol-2-dvd-set-blockheadsle toys are included. Get yours here.

All of the episodes featuring Nopey, the dog who only says “no,” can be found this set. Also appearing are Prickle, Goo, the Blockheads, Professor Kapp, Dr. Zveegee, the Moon Boggles, and other characters with whom Gumby and Pokey have creative, fun adventures. These cleverly written stories engage both children and adults with enduring themes that captivate today’s audiences as they did when first released.

Some great special features are included: the art film “The Clay Peacock;” a behind the scenes photo gallery; the re-mastered “Have a Heart” animated theme song; and super fun 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 hundreds of iconic films from Star Wars and beyond.

The set is now available at Gumby.com, and will be on shelves at major retailers such as Target, WalMart, Best Buy, Sam’s Club, Barnes and Noble, groceries and other stores in October-December, just in time for the holiday season.

And wait, there’s more…

Dongumby 50s DVD set with bendable’t forget Vol. 1 of the 1960s and the ‘50’s collection DVD sets. Each set is a great value with over 200 minutes of programming and unique bendable toys. Collect them all!

More Gumby fun is on the way! NCircle Entertainment will be releasing The Gumby Movie (1990s), re-mastered in its full length in early 2017. The 80’s series will hit stores later in 2017. Stay tuned…gumby-1960s-DVD-set-pokey-sm

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Gumby 50’s Episodes DVD Releases September 23

The Gumby Show – The Complete 1950s Episodes DVD Gift Set is Here

gumby-50s-dvd with bendableIn preparation for Gumby’s anniversary years, Art Clokey’s son Joe has re-mastered all of the original 1950s episodes from the original camera rolls. They look fantastic! The brilliant colors and textures are so clear that you could almost walk right into an episode.

The episodes are put back into their original lengths with original soundtracks as they appeared when they first aired. You’ve never seen Gumby like this before! Get the details.

This two-disc gift set includes a 1950s style bendable toy–a toy modeled after the first clay Gumby puppets used in the 1950s.

Not wanting to take advantage of children, creator Art Clokey avoided merchandising Gumby items in the 1950s. After thousand of letters from parents who insisted that he make a Gumby toy for their children to hold while watching the show, Art finally relented and released the first bendable Gumby in 1964, which was modeled after the 1960s clay Gumbys that appeared in those episodes.Gumby 50s DVD set with bendable toy

We’re thrilled to be offering the 1950s style Gumby bendable toy for the first time ever.

You’re going to love Gumby’s imaginative, fun-filled adventures. The DVD set will be available at www.gumby.com and other retailers.

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NCircle Entertainment to Release Gumby Episodes on DVD

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 22, 2015.

NCircle Will Launch the Brand on DVD with “The Gumby Show: The Complete 50s Series” on September 22, 2015.

NCircle Entertainment, the largest independent studio for children’s non-theatrical DVDs, has acquired North American home video and digital distribution rights for all 209 episodes of The Adventures of Gumby, the iconic stop-motion clay animated series from Premavision/Clokey Productions. NCircle will launch the brand on September 22, 2015 with the DVD release “The Gumby Show: The Complete 50s Series.”

“For the first time, we’ve re-mastered these classic episodes from their original camera rolls. The color and texture are amazing in these imaginative fun filled stories. You’ve never seen Gumby like this before! My parent’s vision of a kind-hearted everyman hero continues to touch people of all ages today,” said Joe Clokey, President of Premavision/Clokey Productions. “With Gumby now in his 60th year, I’m thrilled that NCircle will be distributing this truly evergreen icon across multiple home entertainment platforms in the years to come.”Gumby and Pokey win First Place

“We’re honored to be joining Joe and the team at Premavision/Clokey Productions to distribute the entire catalog of The Adventures of Gumby episodes to audiences across the U.S. and Canada,” said Mary Flynn, VP of Sales, Content and Acquisitions of NCircle Entertainment. “Nostalgia and loyalty to Gumby runs very deep for older audiences, and younger viewers respond with the same sense of wonder and fascination as their parents did.”

Gumby’s pure spirit and engaging antics offer timeless entertainment value for the whole family. Created by clay animation pioneers Art and Ruth Clokey in 1955, Gumby premiered on television in the U.S. in 1956 and since has aired in 146 countries. The Gumby character has attracted a huge global base of devoted fans spanning all demographics and generations, from Baby Boomers, to millennials, to kids today.

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About NCircle Entertainment

NCircle Entertainment specializes in the sales, marketing, and distribution of children and family entertainment, and is a trusted brand for high-quality, age-appropriate content. As the largest independent studio for children’s non-theatrical DVDs, NCircle’s portfolio includes many of the most loved and best-selling children’s brands. Key brands currently in NCircle’s vast library include Disney Jr.’s Octonauts, PBS’s The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! and Sid the Science Kid, Nick Jr.’s Mike the Knight and Pocoyo, as well as the Academy Award nominated short films The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom. NCircle is a subsidiary of Alliance Entertainment. For more, please visit http://www.NCircleEntertainment.com.

About Premavision, Inc./Clokey Productions, Inc.

Founded by Art and Ruth Clokey, Premavision/Clokey Productions stop motion animation studio is best known for creating the iconic character Gumby – the world’s original clayboy. The studio has produced over 200 Gumby TV episodes and The Gumby Movie, as well as the popular Davey and Goliath show. The company’s productions have aired worldwide for nearly 60 years, and the legacy continues under the direction of Joe and Joan Clokey. For more, please visit http://www.Gumby.com.

For more information, please contact: Krystle Bersch, kryber(at)ncircleentertainment(dot)com

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