The Flintstones (1994)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Family, Fantasy


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In a parallel modern-day Stone Age world, a working-class family, the Flintstones, are set up for an executive job. But they learn that money can't buy happiness.


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  • Kyle MacLachlan in The Flintstones (1994)
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6 March 2001 | chad478
Great fun!
Making a live-action, feature film out of a cartoon show is definitely not an easy task, but the creators of this film pulled it off. THE FLINTSTONES is one of the most entertaining family films to come along in a good while. The great cast has a ball, particularly Elizabeth Taylor as Fred Flintstone's mother-in-law. Highly recommended!

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Trivia

One set of twins played Bamm-Bamm and another set of twins played Pebbles. This is often done in movies and TV because children can only work very few hours per day on a film set.


Quotes

Foreman: Hey, back to work! You guys had a break two days ago!


Goofs

When Fred is eating with Wilma and Betty in the Cavern on the Green, the bottle in the bucket alternates from being straight or upside down. It even disappears in some shots.


Crazy Credits

The Universal Pictures logo appears in Bedrock fashion: it features a prehistoric Earth with the single continent of Pangaea and reads "UNIVERSHELL".

It is also accompanied by the 1960s theme music from Revue Productions (which Universal owned), which is fitting for a 1960s cartoon adaptation.


Alternate Versions

When aired on USA, the movie featured scenes cut from the final releases and made for TV viewing, as Universal often does.

  • A scene of Fred activating the garage door and pedaling the Flintmobile inside;
  • Wilma cutting the tail off his zebra suit he wore on his first day of being an executive followed by him saying they're gonna go find the biggest steak in the world and that Wilma would cook it;
  • Extra dialogue from Cliff when he threatens to fire Fred unless Fred fires Barney;
  • Wilma, Betty and the kids walking to the clothing store;
  • Barney at an unemployment office;
  • Extra dialogue in the meeting room where Fred says that the model factory could never build full sized houses;
  • Wilma pretending her car broke down at the gates of Slate & Company in order to knock out the guard so she and Betty could go in and get the Dictabird.


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Rock with the Caveman
Written by
Tommy Steele
Performed by Big Audio Dynamite
Courtesy of Columbia Records

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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