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  Flintstones - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Flintstones be renamed and moved to The Flintstones.
The Flintstones was a Victorian novel written by Oscar Wilde, dealing with the lives and fortunes of two upper-class families in a small hamlet of London, and set in the early years of the Cretaceous period of the Mesozoic era (c.
The Flintstones seriously prove that they are mad whack when they meet The Jetsons, who have all this tight technology and basically are amazingly better at everything that involves technology, despite The Flintstones stoner style.
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The Flintstones, a Hanna-Barbera animated series of the 1960s, is one of the most successful television cartoons of all time, running in American prime time for many years.
The series directly drew from The Honeymooners for its main quartet of characters: the blustering Fred Flintstone and his wife Wilma Flintstone (née Slaghoople, though Pebble was also given on occasion) modeled after the Kramdens, and their friendly neighbors Barney Rubble and wife Betty Rubble (née Betty Jean McBricker).
Later additions to the cast include the Flintstones' daughter Pebbles Flintstone and the Rubbles' abnormally strong adopted son Bamm Bamm Rubble.
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The Flintstones, a Hanna-Barbera animated series, is one of the most successful animated television series of all time, originally running in American prime time for six seasons, from 1960 to 1966, on the ABC network.
The series directly drew from The Honeymooners for its main quartet of characters: the blustering Fred Flintstone and his ever-patient wife Wilma Flintstone (née Slaghoople, though Pebble was also given on occasion) modeled after the Kramdens, and their friendly neighbors Barney Rubble and wife Betty Rubble (née Betty Jean McBricker) modeled after the Nortons.
Fred Flintstone worked at a stone quarry and worked for several different bosses, the best known of which was the bald Mr.
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 The Flintstones
The Flintstones was the first, and the longest running, animated situation comedy shown in prime-time television.
In 1962 and 1963, Pebbles and Bamm Bamm appeared as the daughter and adopted son of the Flintstones and Rubbles respectively.
Citing the difficulties children might have in distinguishing cartoon characters from the products made in their likenesses, critics attacked the practice of advertising vitamins to children, and such ads were withdrawn in 1972.
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 The Flintstones - AOL Video
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 The Ultimate Flintstones Site - Music & More
Then there was the time Fred sang with "Hot Lips Hannigan" who nick-named Fred the "Golden Smog", and course, the episode based on the "Shindig" TV series where there was a version of the band "The Beau Brummels" singing their hit "Laugh Laugh".
The "Meet the Flintstones" theme song was not included in the opening and closing sequences until the third season.
The Flintstones, the Rubbles, and even the Gruesomes (a parody of the Munsters/Adam's Family) helped pipe in 'Bug Music' just about everywhere including the phone and fridge, and dressed up like the band to drive the Hatrocks back home.
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 A Flintstones World
If you were a kid anytime from 1960 to the present, then you probably not only know the melody to the Flintstones song, but all the words as well.
The Flintstones was the first animated situation comedy shown in primetime television, and it gained high ratings in its first season.
Though The Flintstones got canceled in 1966, the series continued to have a strong afterlife in syndication.
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 Flintstones: history
Fred Flintstone was the equivelent of Ralph Kramdon...Wilma was the equivelent of Alice Kramdon...Barney Rubble wwas the equivelent of Ed Norton and Betty Rubble was similar to Trixie.
Tyhe Flintstones were a bit better off financially and lived in a small town setting while the Honeymooners were near poor and living in an old dilapidated appartment building in New York City.
The Flintstones began as a strictly adult cartooon with adult subjects and not really a kids show similar to what the Simpsons would be today.
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 The Flintstones Summary and Analysis
Every prime-time animated television series traces its lineage back to The Flintstones, the first show to disprove the notion that cartoons are suited only for children.
The Flintstones is an animated American television sitcom that ran from 1960 to 1966 on ABC.
The Flintstones is about a working class Stone Age man's life with his family and his next door neighbor and best friend.
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 The Flintstones
The Flintstones were from the suburb of Bedrock.
And from the family car to the living room furniture set, the Flintstones showed that conformity to be accepted as a typical family even within people's television sets.
The Flintstones reinforced the ideals of hardworking suburbia and thus, made those who could relate to Fred, to Wilma and even Barney and Betty that life is good, and life is normal.
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 BBC - h2g2 - 'The Flintstones' - The TV Series
The Flintstones was created by animation legends William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, and the characters have since become some of the most well-known in popular culture.
Jean Vander Pyl (1919 - 99) as Wilma and Pebbles Flintstone.
The Flintstones meet the Jetsons was a story about the Jetson family who use a time machine to travel back to the stone age, meeting the Flintstones.
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 The Flintstones (1994)
Feldspar, was the actress who voiced Wilma Flintstone in the original cartoon series, "The Flintstones" (1960).
"The Flintstones" is a film that tries hard to be likeable and succeeds for the most part, but with that said this is only a fair film at best.
All in all "The Flintstones" is a good looking film with high production values, but ultimately the screenplay and direction cannot save this film.
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 The Flintstones - Don Markstein's Toonopedia
The creation of The Flintstones is generally credited to Hanna-Barbera storyboard artist Dan Gordon (Cookie), but the show has two important forebears.
Be that as it may, the "modern stone-age family" (Fred and Wilma — and later Pebbles —; Flintstone) and their friends and neighbors (Barney and Betty — and later Bamm-Bamm — Rubble) debuted on ABC in 1960, and have been a part of the animation scene ever since.
During the few periods in which no Flintstones series was airing, the characters still appeared regularly on network TV, in commercials for one product or another — some of which, for example Cocoa Pebbles cereal, were actually named for them.
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 Meet The Flintstones
The Flintstones were network television’s first primetime animated family, running on ABC from 1960 to 1966.
Flintstones printed matter is predictably extensive — from comics to Little Golden Books to puzzles – and as a category could warrant a feature article in itself.
Flintstones comic book series have run variously under the Dell, Gold Key and Charlton publishing labels throughout the 30 year history of the characters.
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 The Flintstones in Jump The Shark
The Flintstones should have been cancelled before the arrival of Great Gazoo, who, along with Orbitty and Scrappy Doo, are the three biggest colossal cartoon character disasters in Hanna-Barbera history.
In regards to the Flintstones animated movie: The Man Called Flintstone, if what is mentioned at the amazon review section is true, (look for the reviews with the fewest stars for details) then it is indeed a shame that TPTB, haven't found a way to resolve their differences and release the movie on DVD.
Granted, Bugs Bunny and the Flintstones had their shares of violence, but you never did see blood like you can on one of the most craptacular cartoons in the history of animation on this planet, Family Guy.
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 The Flintstones - Zap2it - TV Show
The Flintstones were the modern Stone Age family.
"The Flintstones," heavily inspired by "The Honeymooners," convinced a generation of children that dinosaurs and humans occupied the planet at the same time.
Until "The Simpsons" came along, "The Flintstones" was television's longest running primetime cartoon.
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 ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive: Biography: John K on Flintstones Animators
Comic book nerds like me have always been able to tell the difference- say, between a Steve Ditko Spiderman and a Todd McFarlane Spiderman; but in animation, the tendency for most studios is to force all the artists to try to draw the characters the same way.
Ed Benedict, who designed the Flintstones is really mad that all the animators drew the characters in their own style, or "off model".
He's sort of the bland one, although some of the coolest drawings ever of the Flintstones are in "The Swimming Pool".
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The show is about the Flintstones and their neighbors the Rubbles, who lived in the stone-age.
Fred Flintstone is loud, boisterous, and often demanding as he does what he thinks is best, often accompanied by his friend and neighbor Barney Rubble.
While this class of Flintstones isn't as talented as the original, they've won over Michigan State fans with their resiliency and effort.
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 The Flintstones - TV.com
The Flintstones was a parody on modern suburban life, set in the Stone Age.
The Flintstones and its spin-offs had a highly successful run on Saturday mornings--on NBC from January 1967-September 1970, on CBS from September 1972-January 1974, back on NBC from February 1979-September 1984, and on ABC with The Flintstone Kids from September 1986-September 1989.
With the success of The Flintstones, the modern Stone Age family, Hanna-Barbera decided to make a similar family cartoon, but set in their vision of the Space Age in the 21st century.
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 The Next Flintstones Kids
Flintstones Vitamins, the leader in Children’s multivitamins, supports the development of healthy minds and bodies and believes in fostering creativity in children.
All entrants will receive a custom “I’m a Flintstones Kid” Photo magnet frame (ARV$2.50) All expenses not expressly set forth in these Official Rules are the sole responsibility of the winner.
Prizes are non-transferable and no substitutions are allowed except by Sponsor who at its sole discretion reserves the right to substitute a prize of comparable or greater value.
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 The Flintstones on DVD, Release Info, Reviews, News at TVShowsOnDVD.com
Early today we posted news that the sixth season of The Flintstones would be released on September 5, and now we have large artwork for you to look at: (read entire news item)
Yesterday saw the release of the fourth season, and today Warner is set to announce the DVD release of The Flintstones' penultimate (that means "next-to-last") season.
From the moment Ann-Margrock (voiced by real-life singing superstar Ann-Margret) knocked on the front door of The Flintstones when her car broke down on the way to the Bedrock Bowl, the home audience...
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 MySpace.com - Forgotten Flintstones - 47 - Male - Bedrock, New York - www.myspace.com/forgottenflintstones
In 1967 Busch Beer contacted Hanna-Barbera in order to have a "special" Flintstones episode produced for them, which would advertise their beer to their distributors.
In 1970, the Aurora Toys corporation produced a rare 6 minute Flintstones promo featuring a musical group called "The New Generation" to advertise their new line of toys.
Numerous Flintstones parodies have been produced throughout the yrs, by many popular celebrities and TV characters.
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 DVD Review: The Flintstones: Season 3
I still remember the bad grainy copies of The Flintstones that WBFF Channel 45 in Baltimore would show every morning before school, with their little clock in the bottom right hand corner reminding me that it was soon time to leave for school.
Season Three was the first season of the animated series to be broadcast in color; even though, the first two seasons were produced in color and have aired that way perpetually in syndication, they actually originally were seen in fl and white.
I'm no expert on The Flintstones; that honor would go to someone like Scott Shaw!, whose collection of Flintstones memorabilia is the best bonus extra on the set.
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 The Flintstones @ Nostalgia Central
Fred and Wilma Flintstone lived in a prehistoric town called Bedrock, next door to their best friends, Barney and Betty Rubble.
Pebbles in the case of the Flintstones, and (adopted) Bam-Bam to the Rubbles.
The Flintstones (originally called The Flagstones) was the first animated series made for Prime Time TV.
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