The Man Called Flintstone (3-Aug-1966)|
Directors: Joseph Barbera; William Hanna
Writers: Ray Allen; Joseph Barbera; Harvey Bullock; Warren Foster; William Hanna; Alex Lovy
Keywords: Juvenile, Espionage, Spoof, Cavemen
Animated feature, produced after the end of the prime-time TV series.
||Man of 1,000 Voices
||Voice of Rocky the Squirrel
||The Man of a Thousand Voices
||The Carol Burnett Show
||Voice of Scooby Doo
||Voice of Fred Flintstone
Review by Rock (posted on 11-May-2005)
I remember watching The Man Called Flintstone over and over again as a child (we taped it off TV.). It was one of my favorite childhood movies. The Man Called Flintstone has great songs and a lot of imagination. It's the type of movie that you could put on for your child and not worry about adult humor, innuendo, or anything inappropriate for a youngster. It's clean wholesomeness is refreshing and adults can even enjoy this movie. My family and I have been waiting for it's re-release for years. Can't wait to pop it in, degress to younger days, and enjoy a great movie.
Review by anonymous (posted on 7-Jun-2005)
I have fond memories of
seeing this at the cinema firstly circa 1967 and 1971. It was a great
thrill to see Fred and Barney on the big screen. It also marked the
first time I saw them in colour as I only had black and white tv in
1967. My abiding memory is seeing Wilma carrying the Columbia torch.
The plot might be old hat, ths songs not worthy of the Sherman Brothers
but is a nice big screen souvenier of a show which was utter magic and
still is. Miles better than all the subsequent spin-offs which made you
yearn to see the original series. The Green Goose seemed quite scary to
me as a seven year old.
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