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And no-one would even believe that you'd dare to suggest a thing like that, I mean they looked at you and they'd think you're crazy. But slowly the word got out, and I used the presentation which took almost an hour and a half. I would go to the other two boards and tell them what they did, and do all the voices and the sounds and so-on, and I'd stagger back to the hotel and I'd collapse. The phone would ring like crazy, like one time I did Bristol-Myers , the whole company was there.

When I got through I'd go back to the hotel the phone would ring and say "the president wasn't at that meeting, could you come back and do it for him. I got to know where the laughs were, and where to hit it, nothing; dead, dead, dead. So one of the people at Screen Gems said "This is the worst, those guys What it was, was that there were two agencies there, and neither one was going to let the other one know they were enjoying it.

But I pitched it for eight straight weeks and nobody bought it. So after sitting in New York just wearing out, you know really wearing out.

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Pitch, pitch, pitch, sometimes five a day. So finally on the very last day I pitched it to ABC, which was a young daring network willing to try new things, and bought the show in 15 minutes. Thank goodness, because this was the very last day and if they hadn't bought it, I would have taken everything down, put it in the archives and never pitched it again.

Sometimes I wake up in a cold-sweat thinking this is how close you get to disaster. When the series went into production, the working title The Flagstones was changed, possibly to avoid confusion with the Flagstons, characters in the comic strip Hi and Lois. After spending a brief period in development as The Gladstones GLadstone being a Los Angeles telephone exchange at the time , [26] Hanna-Barbera settled upon The Flintstones , and the idea of the Flintstones having a child from the start was discarded, with Fred and Wilma starting out as a childless couple.

Despite the animation and fantasy setting, the series was initially aimed at adult audiences, which was reflected in the comedy writing, which, as noted, resembled the average primetime sitcoms of the era, with the usual family issues resolved with a laugh at the end of each episode, as well as the inclusion of a laugh track. Hanna and Barbera hired many writers from the world of live action, including two of Jackie Gleason's writers, Herbert Finn and Sydney Zelinka, as well as relative newcomer Joanna Lee while still using traditional animation story men such as Warren Foster and Michael Maltese.

The Flintstones premiered on September 30, , at pm, and quickly became a hit. It was the first American animated show to depict two people of the opposite sex Fred and Wilma; Barney and Betty sleeping together in one bed, although Fred and Wilma are sometimes depicted as sleeping in separate beds. For comparison, the first live-action depiction of this in American TV history was in television's first-ever sitcom: 's Mary Kay and Johnny. The first two seasons were co-sponsored by Winston cigarettes and the characters appeared in several black-and-white television commercials for Winston [29] dictated by the custom, at that time, that the star s of a TV series often "pitched" their sponsor's product in an "integrated commercial" at the end of the episode.

During the third season, Hanna and Barbera decided that Fred and Wilma should have a baby. Originally, Hanna and Barbera intended for the Flintstone family to have a boy, the head of the marketing department convinced them to change it to a girl since "girl dolls sell a lot better than boy dolls". Beginning with the episode "The Surprise", aired midway through the third season January 25, , in which Wilma reveals her pregnancy to Fred, the arc continued through the time leading up to Pebbles' birth in the episode "Dress Rehearsal" February 22, , and then continued with several episodes showing Fred and Wilma adjusting to the world of parenthood.

Around this time, Winston pulled out their sponsorship and Welch's grape juice and grape jellies became the primary sponsor, as the show's audience began to shift younger. The integrated commercials for Welch's products feature Pebbles asking for grape juice in her toddler dialect, and Fred explaining to Pebbles Welch's unique process for making the jelly, compared to the competition.

Welch's also produced a line of grape jelly packaged in jars which were reusable as drinking glasses, with painted scenes featuring the Flintstones and characters from the show. In Australia, the Nine Network ran a "Name the Flintstones' baby" competition during the 'pregnancy' episodes—few Australian viewers were expected to have a U.

An American won the contest and received an all-expenses-paid trip to tour Hanna-Barbera Studios. Another arc occurred in the fourth season, in which the Rubbles, depressed over being unable to have children of their own making The Flintstones the first animated series in history to address the issue of infertility , though subtly , adopt Bamm-Bamm. Nine episodes were produced before it but aired afterwards, which explains why Bamm-Bamm was not seen again until episode , "Daddies Anonymous" Bamm-Bamm was in a teaser on episode 98, "Kleptomaniac Pebbles".

Another story arc, occurring in the final season, centered on Fred and Barney's dealings with the Great Gazoo voiced by Harvey Korman. After Pebbles' birth, the tone and writing became more juvenile and ratings from the adult demographic began to decline. The last original episode was broadcast on April 1, Season four and part of season five aired Thursdays at The rest of the series aired Fridays at In the U.

On April 1, , the program moved to Boomerang , where it aired until March 6, in its last years on the channel, it had been relegated to a graveyard slot and returned to the channel on July 30, Online, the series was made available on the In2TV service beginning in , then the online version of Kids' WB until that service was discontinued in As of , full episodes are only available in the U. In , MeTV acquired rerun rights to the series, returning the show to broadcast television for the first time in over 20 years.

The night after The Flintstones premiered, Variety magazine called it "a pen and ink disaster", [33] and the series was among many that debuted in a " vast wasteland " of a —61 television season considered one of the worst in television history up to that point.

Following the show's cancellation in , a film based upon the series was created. The movie was released to theaters on August 3, , by Columbia Pictures. The show was revived in the early s with Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm having grown into teenagers, and several different series and made-for-TV movies broadcast mainly on Saturday mornings , with a few shown in prime time , including a series depicting Fred and Barney as police officers, another depicting the characters as children , and yet others featuring Fred and Barney encountering Marvel Comics superhero The Thing and Al Capp 's comic strip character The Shmoo —have appeared over the years.

The original show also was adapted into a live-action film in , and a prequel, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas , which followed in Unlike its sister show The Jetsons the two shows appeared in a made-for-TV crossover movie in , the revival programs were not widely syndicated or rerun alongside the original series. In , it was announced Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane would be reviving The Flintstones for the Fox network, with the first episode airing in Yabba-Dabba Dinosaurs! Like Cave Kids , the show focuses on the lives of best friends Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble, who are joined by Dino for many adventures in the world.

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In , it was announced that Warner Bros. Ferrell, and McKay would also be executive producers. It was announced that a new Flintstones reboot series, directed to an adult audience, is in development by Elizabeth Banks and her production company Brownstone Productions. The one near Williams Arizona is still open for the summer of Both have been in operation for decades.

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Bedrock City, also known as Flintstone Park, closed in August Another existed until the s at Carowinds in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Australia's Wonderland and Canada's Wonderland theme parks, both featured Flintstones characters in their Hanna-Barbera-themed children's sections from up until the mids. Kings Island near Cincinnati , Ohio , had a Hanna-Barbera land, in which many Hanna-Barbera characters were featured, including the Flintstones, in the s and early s. A stage production opened at Universal Studios Hollywood in the year the live-action film was released , developed by Universal and Hanna-Barbera Productions.

It opened at the Panasonic Theater, replacing the Star Trek show. The show ran until January 2, Miles Laboratories now part of Bayer Corporation and their One-A-Day vitamin brand was the alternate sponsor of the original Flintstones series during its first two seasons, and in the late s, Miles introduced Flintstones Chewable Vitamins , fruit-flavored multivitamin tablets for children in the shape of the Flintstones characters, which are currently being sold. The Simpsons referenced The Flintstones in several episodes.

Are you on the television or something? Burns , appears at the family's house and says "Why, it's Fred Flintstone referring to Homer and his lovely wife, Wilma!

Marge Oh, and this must be little Pebbles! Maggie Mind if I come in? I brought chocolates. On September 30, , Google temporarily replaced the logo on its search page with a custom graphic celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Flintstones ' first TV broadcast. It became so popular [64] that many lines found their way into popular culture or became adages. Copyright Portland, Oregon.

The Illustrated Flintstone Dictionary. Australia - Ottenheimer Publishers Inc. Also Fangface from Tempo Books. These were the size and shape of your average paperback from the time. Around pages or so. Picture in one page and words on the other. Most of the Ottenheimer books were written by Horace J. Several list no author.


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