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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.
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
Yabba dabba do!!! Great cartoon from my childhood! They don't make them like this anymore!Published 24 days ago by Lola
some episodes I remember seeing as a kid in repeats in 1969. The best episodes were individual as opposed to the whole season.Published 1 month ago by Roe S. Clark IV
This is an all-time favorite of mine. Since I was in grade school, the Flintstones has been the best cartoon ever. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rebecca W.
I have to give this a four because it's the Flintstones! I loved this show and have shared it with my kids. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laura K. Potosky