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The Flintstones - The Complete Fourth Season (2005)

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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: November 15, 2005
  • Run Time: 676 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,540 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Flintstones - The Complete Fourth Season" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 26 episodes on three single-sided discs and one double-sided disc
  • The Flintstones: One Million Years Ahead of Its Time
  • Hanna-Barbera's legendary music director Hoyt Curtin
  • Commentary by Hanna-Barbera historian Earl Kress and animation writers Paul Dini and Mark Evanier on "Ann Margrock Presents" and "Little Bamm-Bamm"
  • Limited-edition collectible animation cel

Editorial Reviews

The Flintstones was still very popular when the fourth season opened with what may the most famous single episode: "Ann-Margrock Presents." Ann-Margaret, who had become an overnight sensation in "Bye Bye Birdie" (1963), provided the voice for her caricature. During the 1962-63 season, the series had made cartoon history when Wilma became pregnant. According to Joe Barbera, Wilma and Fred were originally going to have a son, Fred Jr., but potential profits from doll and toy sales changed the offspring to a girl. (Ideal's Pebbles doll earned almost $20 million in 1963, and General Mills introduced the "Pebbles" sugar cereal.) During the fourth season, the Rubbles adopted a super-strong baby boy named Bamm-Bamm, who had been left on their doorstep, and provided a playmate for her.

Ann-Margaret's appearance led to a spate of celebrity caricatures and spoofs of other TV shows, including Candid Camera ("Peek-A-Boo Camera") and Sing Along with Mitch ("Hum Along with Herman" in "The Flintstone Canaries"). "Ladies Night at the Lodge" feels like an old I Love Lucy episode, as Betty and Wilma sneak into the Water Buffalo Lodge and get paddled for their pains. Many observers noted The Flintstones was essentially Jackie Gleason's The Honeymooners in caveman costume, but the TV parodies and the reliance on such gimmicks as aliens producing robotic versions of Fred in "Ten Little Flintstones" make it clear that the show was running out of gas. (Unrated, suitable for ages 7 and older: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon

Product Description

Flintstones neighbors and closest friends, The Rubbles, join the ranks of parenthood as they adopt Bamm-Bamm, a baby-boy with peculiar super strength. These 26 classic cartoons from The Flintstones: The Complete Fourth Season are now available for the first time ever on DVD!

DVD Features:
Audio Commentary:Historians and Animation Writers discuss Flintstones history in commentaries on Ann Margrock Presents episode and Little Bamm-Bamm episode.
Documentary:The Legendary Music of Hoyt Curtin: Discover the man who wrote the famous theme song, Hoyt Curtin.
Featurette:The Flintstones: Featurette on how The Flintstones was the first animated show to appear in a prime time slot.

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Barney and Betty get a kid January 11, 2006
As we left the Flintstones and the Rubble's at the end of Season 3, Fred and Wilma had a baby, Pebbles.

Season 4 has 26 episodes on three single sided discs and one double sided disc. The following is a brief summary of each episode and DVD extras:

Disc One:

Ann-Margrock Presents - I just want to start by saying this is my favorite episode and made me fall in love with guest star Ann-Margret (why couldn't she be my babysitter?). Ann-Margrock is in town to open the Bedrock Bowl but she needs to escape the fans. Fred and Barney want to try out for the show but have to baby-sit. A-M's car breaks down in front of Fred's house. The gang don't recognize her and offer her shelter if she baby-sits Pebbles. Ann-Margret sings "The Little Lamb Song".

Groom Gloom - Fred's frustration with Arnold the paper boy continues and dreams that Arnold marries Pebbles (Fred don't worry her dream boy arrives next episode.)

Little Bamm Bamm - The Rubbles wish on a falling star for a baby and the next morning they find Bamm Bamm on the front door step. They want to adopt him but find out that a millionaire has a prior claim for the next boy adoptee. In the end, the Rubbles get Bamm Bamm.

Dino Disappears - Fred is giving all is attention to Pebbles and Dino gets jealous and runs away.

Fred's Monkeyshines - Fred doesn't think he needs to get his eyes checked until he sees a monkey in Pebble's crib. Then he gets the wrong glasses. This is a Mr. Magoo like episode with Fred at the Circus.

The Flintstone Canaries - A TV show is holding a Barber Shop Quartet contest and Fred decides to enter. (Check out the TV's rabbit ears) Of course Fred cannot sing and Barney can only sing in the bath tub.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THE CREME DE LE CREME OF THIS ANIMATED CLASSIC!!! August 28, 2005
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Needless to say I can hardly wait until November 15, because I want this baby in my hands the day it is released on dvd!!! I must say of all the tv shows released on dvd The Flintstones would have to be my all-time favorite!!! When I first learned to surf the internet, I immediately pulled up info on The Flintstones and printed the complete episode list for all six seasons, so I have waited a long time for the complete fourth season to see the light of day on dvd!!!

This show just got better and better, with the addition of Bam Bam, ofcourse Pebbles needed a playmate. I just adored the episode of Ann-Madrock, she will be immortalized forever! I still laugh out loud at the episode about PEEK-A-BOO CAMERA!!! Everytime Fred and Barney get busted it's hilarious!!!

Hey, this entire set is filled with fantastic episodes but, I would have to say my all-time favorite from the fourth season would have to be when Fred joins the CaveScout/Boyscout Jamboree!!! When the boyscouts from all different countries sing Old Mac Donald in their native tongue it's just pure magic!!! This is a dvd set that I will be watching over and over!!! Thank you Warner Bros!!! Keep em coming!!!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Image needs to refurbished... January 23, 2006
By rObb
This is a great DVD set. It is well worth owning. I'm glad I bought it. Buy it for yourself. I could have rated it 5 stars.

The sound quality is very good.


The images appear to be tired and worn. Like the way the old educational movies that got played to death in grade school would look.

Sadly some of the color is faded and fades in and out. (No, it's not my T.V. or DVD player) There are lines and scratchy spots through out all of the episodes. Watch the characters and you will see blotchy dirty looking spots appear and disappear on them over and over again.

I'm supprised that Hanna-Barbera allowed this to be released in this condition. The images could have been restored digitaly back to the way the shows appeared when they first aired on television.

You will get a "nostalgic T.V. feel" when you watch them due to the condidtion of the images. (If worn out things make you feel nostalgic.)

Sort of the same way adding scratchy needle sound effects to a CD will make you remember vinyl records. Brand new records never sounded scratchy. (And new shows never looked worn or faded.)

These shows did not look this rough back in the 60's, even with the lo-fi televisions that we had. There is no need for them to look this way now. I don't own a high definition T.V. I don't need them to have been re-done in super high definition quality. It just would have been nice if they had cleaned up the original prints before they mass produced them for the fans of the show.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
"Nice, and slow. That's the way ya gotta do it. Nice and slow."

OK boys and girls, name the episode!

Back when I was a kid, I spent too many afternoons watching reruns of the Flintstones, Warner Brothers Cartoons, and the Jetsons on the Boston UHF stations. Even as I grew older, I never stopped enjoying these episodes when I happened to find them while channel surfing. It seems incredible, but these half-hour programs aged better than a fine bottle of Burgundy.

Kids could enjoy them on a primary level, while adults could pull the most amazing collection of complex and intricate jokes, sly inuendos and inside references to modern culture out of every half hour showing. I probably learned more about modern culture and 20th century history from watching these cartoons than from any other source. What kid could identify Hoagy Carmichael? Well I could, because I caught a reference to him on a Flintstones cartoon, and started asking questions. Arthur Murray? I knew him too as the Flintstones dance instructor Arthur Quarry. I even knew more about Hollywood "in spots" like the Cafè Trocadero (Café Rockadero) than I did about those in my own city thanks to Flintstone references. They were as intellectual as a college classroom lecture.

It was obvious that some very talented, passionate people had a hand in bringing this creative concept to life. And to think, these cartoons are still beloved today, even though they are about as G-rated as you can get.

I'll probably never meet a single person who was involved in this particular project, but I hope that they'll somehow find out just how much pleasure that they've brought to me all of these years. Thanks, from the bottom of my heart.
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5.0 out of 5 stars He loved them. I never heard him laugh so much
Brought these for my son. He loved them. I never heard him laugh so much. It is nice to share apart of my childhood with him. He asking for the next season. Read more
Published 13 days ago by Klowdy
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
I love the Flintstones, I will always watch the Flintstones, Its a family favourite and will be forever the best
Published 2 months ago by Andrew
5.0 out of 5 stars Keeps Our Nephew Entertained for Hours!
This classic animated series is timeless and is so much better quality than what they call entertainment today! A child can learn some great life lessons from watching these.
Published 6 months ago by DeDo
5.0 out of 5 stars Yabba Dabba Doo
What can you say flintstones is one of the most brilliant cartoons, took a while to come out but enjoyed every episode.
Published 7 months ago by shell
5.0 out of 5 stars Great quality video
Who doesn't love the Flintstones? My toddler son likes older cartoons and I enjoy watching them as well so it is a win win for us.
Published 8 months ago by Nicole McGinnis
5.0 out of 5 stars I miss the old days.
Great cartoon, miss being young. It was a great picture, our kids love watching this Season, although is it not as "good" as their new cartoons. lol I disagree.
Published 10 months ago by Shoner
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Series, Great Memories
I loved the Flintstones growing up! It is wonderful to see my own boys (4, 7, 8) laughing hysterically as these shows. Read more
Published 11 months ago by SSat
5.0 out of 5 stars flintstones
if you love cartoons like me this one you will love. i remember watching this on tv and love it
Published 11 months ago by KAREN KOVACIC
5.0 out of 5 stars enjoyable for all
Bought this for my son, daughter-in-law and mostly for our 3 1/2 yr granddaughter. I enjoyed the Flintstones in the 60's and knew they would enjoy it now-which they did.
Published 12 months ago by JB & HL
5.0 out of 5 stars What's not to love?!!!
Man!!! . . . I could not believe how 2 seconds in, I felt physically and emotionally transported back to an incredible era and the most magical time of my life!! Read more
Published 12 months ago by Trek_King
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