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This society takes inspiration from the suburban sprawl developed in the first two decades of the postwar period. This society has modern home appliances, but they work by employing animals. They have automobiles, but they hardly resemble the cars of the 20th century. These cars are large wooden structures and burn no fuel.
They are powered by people who run while inside them. Finally, the stone houses of this society are cookie-cutter homes positioned into typical neighborhoods. The animal powering such technology would frequently break the fourth walllook directly into the camera at the audience and offer a mild complaint about his job. Other commonly seen gadgets in the series include a baby woolly mammoth used as a vacuum cleaner; an adult woolly mammoth acting as a shower by spraying water with its trunk; elevators raised and lowered by ropes around brontosauruses' necks; "automatic" windows powered by monkeys on the outside; birds acting as "car horns", sounded by the driver pulling on their tails or squeezing their bodies; an "electric" razor made from a clam shell, vibrating from a honey bee inside; a pelican as a washing machine, shown with a beakful of soapy water; and a woodpecker whose beak is used to play a gramophone record.
In most cases, "The Man of a Thousand Voices", Mel Blanccontributed the animals' gag lines, often lowering his voice one to two full octaves, far below the range he used to voice the character of Barney Rubble. In the case of the Flintstones' cuckoo clocks, which varied from mechanical toys to live birds announcing the time, when the hour approached Travel to "Hollyrock", a parody of Hollywood, usually involves an "airplane" flight — the "plane", in this case, is often shown as a giant pterosaurwith the fuselage strapped to its back.
The last names "Flintstone" and "Rubble", as well as other common Bedrock surnames such as " Shale " and " Quartz ", are in line with these puns, as are the names of Bedrock's celebrities: In some cases, the celebrity featured also provided the voice: Other celebrities, such as "Ed Sulleystone" and "Alvin Brickrock", were rendered by impersonators.
Some of Bedrock's sports heroes include: Characters The Flintstones Fred Flintstone is the main character of the series. Fred is an accident-prone bronto-crane operator at the Slate Rock and Gravel Company and the head of the Flintstone household. He is quick to anger usually over trivial mattersbut is a very loving husband and father.
Wilma Flintstone is Fred's wife. She often is a foil to Fred's poor behavior. Pebbles Flintstone is the Flintstones' infant daughter, who is born near the end of the third season.
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Dinoa prosauropod dinosaur, is the Flintstones' pet that barks and generally acts like a dog. A running gag in the series involves Dino knocking down Fred out of excitement and licking him repeatedly. Though this irritates Fred a lot, he generally likes Dino very much.
Baby Puss is the Flintstones' pet saber-toothed catwhich is rarely seen in the actual series, but is always seen throwing Fred out of the house during the end credits, causing Fred to pound repeatedly on the front door and yell "Wilma! His occupation is, for the most part of the series, unknown, though later series depict him working in the same quarry as Fred. He shares many of Fred's interests such as bowling and golf, and is also a member of the "Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes". Though Fred and Barney frequently get into feuds with one another usually due to Fred's short tempertheir deep fraternal bond remains evident.
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Betty Rubble is Barney's wife and Wilma's best friend. Like Wilma, she, too, has a habit of spending money. Bamm-Bamm Rubble is the Rubbles' abnormally strong adopted son, whom they adopt during the fourth season; his name comes from the only phrase he ever speaks as a baby: When he first arrives, Dino and eventually Fred mistakes him for a giant mouse and becomes frightened of him, but they eventually become best friends in a manner similar to that of their owners.
He babysits the kids as he takes them around in his pouch, which also serves as a shopping cart for Betty. Fred Flintstone regards Hoppy as an overgrown and obnoxious nuisance until the fateful day that the Flintstones and the Rubbles go out together on a picnic.
The families' lives are endangered during the picnic and Hoppy goes for help.
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Other characters Over other characters appeared throughout the program. The original opening credits for the first two seasons of the show feature Fred driving home presumably from workalong the way stopping to gets his gas filled up and buy a dress for Wilma. When he gets home, he walks right pass Wilma grabbing the food she offers himand then pops back into the shot to give her a kiss. Due to the decision to use standardized credits in syndication, the early version of the credits went unseen for almost 30 years, although "Rise and Shine" is still present as incidental score in most episodes.
Turner finally began distributing prints using the original opening credits sequence in color and on the shows that it orginally aired with inminus its plugs for Winston.
The original closing credits to the first two seasons of the show are similar, but not identical, to the more familiar version. After turning off the TV from the opening credits, Fred goes off to his room and Dino hops back into the chair.
Quietly walking into his room so as not to wake the sleeping Wilma, Fred closes the cover on the bird's cage in the bedroom and yawns, cross-fading to a shot of lights going off one-by-one around Bedrock as everyone turns in for the night.
Fred starts pounding on the door, screaming "Wilma! This sequence, like the original opening, was scored with "Rise and Shine. The corresponding end credits have a copyright of "," although episodes which were produced in and which originally aired with the "Rise and Shine" opening credits appeared in syndication with this set of credits.
The corresponding end credits have a copyright of "," although episodes which were produced in and appeared in syndication with this set of credits these episodes originally featured the "Pebbles' version.