Prickle leaves a hole in the cage for the turnips to come out. Goo claims that even she can't get through it, though she obviously can.
It takes two seconds for Gumby to make the tooth.
The woman who brings in the Ming Ding vase and the woman who comes back to complain about it are completely different.
Gumby, Pokey, and Reggie Van Snoot are the only contestants in the race.
Gumby and Pokey are nice enough to sit still until they get frozen.
In "Dragon Daffy", Prickle claims that he is a dinosaur. But in "Good Knight Story", he was a dragon.
The transporter shoots out all of Gumby and Pokey's body parts, plus an extra Pokey torso.
Prickle's shrunk voice sounds suspiciously like Pokey's normal voice.
The episodes in question are from 1967, NOT 1957.
Gumby tells Goo to wait for his signal to stop the Blockheads, though there's no obvious advantage to this.
Can't Gumby's friends accomplish anything without him around?
Everyone is polite enough to stay on the machine's conveyor belt, despite the fact that they're unrestrained and there's plenty of room to stand next to it.
After the Blockheads descend to the ground with parachutes, the sheets didn't cover them up. They were still floating in the air.
When Daniel Boone suggests that the women and children dress up as men to trick the Native Americans, one of the women laughs in delight for a second, then instantly looks grim again.
The guards stood still and waited for the groobee to build boxes around them. Those boxes don't have bottoms, by the way; they could just lift them up and escape.
While being chased by guards, Gumby and Pokey stand around in plain sight, and Gumby tells Pokey to wait for his signal, then run for a toy jeep. What he's waiting for is never quite made clear.
The dragon has no teeth.
The above date is wrong (in fact the entire LISTING of this as strictly 1950s is wrong), GGG aired in 1967, and the last two were from 1961-1962.
The cat has a mane.
The dogsled Gumby and Pokey escape on comes from nowhere.