Gumby Returns (again)

Sep 24, 2004 | Collectibles | 0 comments

He’s a lean, green collectible machine

As Gumby gets ready to celebrate his 50th birthday, his popularity is once again on the rise.

BY RITA GIORDANO
Knight Ridder News Service
Herald.com | 09/06/2004 |

Gumby, that angular little green guy with the bell-bottom legs and weird head, is something like an old general – never dies, just fades… except that Gumby always makes a comeback.

…Sales from the Gumby-packed basement of Feltoon’s Tabernacle, N.J., Colonial are on the rise, with about half the orders coming – to his surprise – from corporate clients.”

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