The Flintstones - The Complete Sixth Season
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For those who leave no stone unturned, here's the sixth and final season of the greatest archeological dig in cartoon history. And these 26 episodes are an animated treasure well worth excavating! Exploring every realm of popular parody, The Flintstones delighted kids but tickled adults just as much with howlingly funny takeoffs of "trendy" TV shows like Bewitched (with the voices of Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York in Samantha), award-winning movies (My Fair Freddy and The Treasure of Sierra Madrock) and kitschy spoofs of Hollywood royalty in "The Return of Stoney Curtis." The show's writers even had the foresight to project into the future, as in "The Long Long Long Weekend," guest-starring the series' newest (and greenest) character, space alien The Great Gazoo (voiced by Harvey Korman).]]>
- 26 episodes on four discs
- The Flintstones Meet Pop Culture: Stephen Baldwin hosts a look at the effect of pop culture on the show, and vice versa
- The Great Gazoo: From A to Zetox
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The Flintstones: The Complete Sixth Season is a glimpse into the final season of this great animated classic. These episodes showcase some hilarious moments, as well as a introduction to The Great Gazoo, whom only Fred & Barney can see, nobody else. The shows here have all been restored well, and include some funny episodes, and knockoffs like the episode where Fred tries to learn charm to go to a fancy party, but brings out a little too much of his ballet charm to his friends. There also is the episode where Fred & Barney's ancestors try to help a female spy cross enemy lines, which was a spoof from World War I & II, and the episode where Fred wishes he could switch places with his boss, Mr. Slate, for one whole day, to see what it is like in his shoes, too much of a good thing.
It is a shame that most of these great classic shows aren't on television anymore. The Flintstones brought so much joy and excitement to cartoon lovers everywhere. The final season the show brought made so many people laugh and cry for so many generations. This is a great DVD for anybody who loves this great animated classic. I Yabba Dabba Doo recommend it.
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Season six is also the season that introduced one of the most controversial of the characters of the show--The Great Gazoo. Gazoo was a little green alien who had special powers. He only appeared to Fred and Barney. For the most part the Flinstone's was a prehistoric reality based cartoon and the introduction of a talking alien "alienated" some die hard fans.
Other memorable season episodes include "The Return of Stoney Curtis," and the very popular "Samantha" episode which featured the voices of "Bewitched" actors Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York.
The box set is great. I only have one complaint. The set includes 3 single side discs and one two sided disc. I would rather have all of the discs one style. Twenty six episodes total are included.
Special features include-
The Flintstones Meet Pop Culture: Stephen Baldwin (one of the voices of Barney Rubble hosts this look at the effect of pop culture on the show)
The Great Gazoo-From A to Zetox
Most Recent Customer Reviews
bought this for my handicapped daughter, she loves the Flintstones, anything to do with them! Hope to find other stuff on Amazon that deals with the flintstones!Published 23 days ago by Jean M. King
Great dvd set, great bonus features, Hanna-Barbera really outdid themselves with this release.Published 5 months ago by happygolucky
The first disc worked but the rest said format unrecognized and wouldn't play. Had to return.Published 6 months ago by Breanna Bellrichard
This season has my favorite episode of all time, Pebbles and Bam Bam sing "So Let the sun shine in" and I remember how much I loved and and how my mom loved it when we... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Suzy Zehrung
One of the dvds were floating around due to bad packaging it got squished and broke where the dvd should stay.Published 8 months ago by persephone
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I don't know what season it was, but it was the episode where Fred and Wilma move into a ritzy house so that Pebbles can have the "best" upbringing. They find their neighbors to be snobbish and a bunch of freeloaders. Oh, and I believe the gibberish word used sounds more like...
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