Monday, November 16, 2009

All Broken Up

Art Clokey Presents a Gumby Adventure, "All Broken Up".
Originally broadcast, circa 1968.
CAST
Gumby/Goo/NORMA MacMILLAN
Pokey/Prickle[?]/concert announcer{?]/DAL McKENNON

Writer-Director either ART CLOKEY or PETZ KLEINOW and RAYMOND PECK

MUSIC
Open: "Gumby theme"/PETE KLEINOW
Intro: Standard slide whistle/JOHNNY HOLLIDAY [originated on at least one of the older Sam Singer-AIP TV Sinbad Jr.shorts which credit him]
Many "modern musical sounds" that relate to the story/UNKNOWN
Announcer introducing Prickle: "Variete 1"/HANS CONZELMANN and DELLE HAENSCH [and possibly GERHARD TREDE as ASCAP.COM lists not a "DELLE Haensch but a GERHARD Haesnch" and despite the many GERHARDS but Mr.TREDE and the two others are both in the same music service currently--SELECTED SOUND. Also this was used in "Ren and Stimpy", of which an extremely popular online soundtrack album of this exists to identitty the composder as PHIL GREEN...but it IS in the SELECTED SOUND folder, 5518, SHOWBIZ< as #26 "Variete 1" by HANS CONZELMANN and DELLE HAENSCH, and NOT by PHIL GREEN]
Rest are largely unknown music effects as such, relative to story plus the standard 1960s flute theme that would be normally heard in these late 1960s shorts.
End theme/KLEINOW

STORY..
Prickle, the dinosaur with an artistic inferioirty complex [like in "Prickle's Problem" & "Mystic Magic"] gets to perform with Goo, his "demonstrator", his own compositiuons such as "Runcible Rhythm" [don't ask.] Pokey accidentally falls and wrecks it, with Gumbt stnaidng by. Crossfade, we now get to hear an announcer [as Conzelmann-Haensch's "Variete", also often heard in Ren and Stimpy, Selected Sound SEL5118/26] plays] announce Prickle and Goo's [she's the one who make sthese abstract shapes to his music, see.]'s big moment with Prickle playing his tune. The nasty old Blochheads come by and make their own kind of music [a year before Mama Cass would advise all of the rest of us to do the very same thang] and Goo's all broken up. Back at Gumby's labatory, the green one uses one of his science ficiton devices to restore Goo. But then the Blockheads show their block heads around, so Gumby plays music to turn the tables aorund the break THEM up.

9 comments:

Your Pal Doug said...

I just wanted to give kudos to you for your remarkable insight and valuable references on your blog. Keep it going! My pal Milwaukee John gave me an interesting question. "Do you know if any of the tracks from the Major/Valentino library were used in early cartoons (like Hanna-Barbera)?

Your Pal Doug said...

By the way, those Southern Library 45s & 78s over at Baikinange's site were from me. I have lots more Southern Library music as well as a lew of other music you might be interested in. Sign up for Soulseek. My user name is Your Pal Doug. Yowp is in there too.

Pokey said...

Okay, Doug. THanks for writing.

Pokey said...

"Sign up for Soulseek"

Thanks, I just did [and saw your name among the members whcih confirmed it was THE Soulseek--on the forum,m that is. I signed as SJC..

Pokey said...

However, a did get the sharing program, but still cannot download anything yet..what should I search for regarding the library..and what is Yowp's username at Soulseek, if it;s okay to ask?

Your Pal Doug said...

I need your exact user name so I can a you list. My name i
Your Pal Doug
Including the Caps and spaces.
I just added user name
SteveJC
I just signed on if you want to try me.

Doug

Your Pal Doug said...

I also added
SJC
&
SJC..
Just in case

Pokey said...

SJC and SteveJC.. I did managed to get on,btew, but couldn't find your files or what to look for [Perr Southern? Sam Fox?]

Pokey said...

My user name is SJC, address gcarras@aol.com I can't even contact you now..I am on the SOULSEAK download program..but I don't see your name in any of those rooms.[Indie,MAC,etc.]in the USERS LIST.