The Magilla Gorilla Show
also included with The Magilla Gorilla Show:
Ricochet Rabbit and Droop-a-Long
Breezly and Sneezly
Punkin' Puss and Mushmouse

Premiered (January 14, 1964)

Magilla Gorilla was a lovable ape who resides at Mr. Pebbles Pet Store. With each episode, Mr. Peebles desperately trys to sell him, while Magilla's asking price would get lower and lower, and someone would occasionally buy Magilla. Then for various reasons, with one catastrophy after another Magilla would always end up back at the store.The kids just love Magilla Gorilla and one who actually wanted him for a pet was a little girl named Ogee, but she could never scrape together enough money, no matter how inexpensive he got. I know if I had a gorilla like Magilla. I would keep him in my bedroom, and on my bunk bed, he would not be on top of course, He would be to unpredictable.


Magilla Gorilla episodes
  • Big Game
  • Gridiron Gorilla
  • Private Magilla
  • Bank Pranks
  • Groovey Movie
  • Airlift
  • Come Blow Your Dough
  • Mad Scientist
  • Masquerade Party
  • Come Back, Little Magilla
  • Fairy Godmother
  • Planet Zero
  • Prince Charming
  • Motorcycle Magilla
  • Is That Zoo?
  • Bird Brained
  • Circus Ruckus
  • Camp Scamps
  • The Purple Mask
  • Love At First Fight
  • Pet Bet
  • Makin' with the Magilla
  • High Fly Guy
  • Deep Sea Doodle
  • That Was the Geek that Was
  • Montana Magilla
  • Magilla Mix-Up
  • Wheelin and Deal
  • Mad Avenue Madness
  • Beau Jest
  • Super Blooper Heroes

QuickTime movie of Magilla Gorilla:
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Magilla Gorilla gallery of pictures and such:
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  1. Picture of Ogee "How Much is that Gorilla in the Window?"
  2. Over To the Wikipedia Page for more info on Allan Melvin
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