The Man Called Flintstone

IMDb Rating 6.7 10 1


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February 1, 2020



Harvey Korman as Chief Boulder / Street Salesman
June Foray as Granny / Goldimouse / Mrs. Sylvester / Mrs. Elvis Gorilla / Jack's Mother
Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Yosemite Sam / Sylvester / Sylvester, Jr. / Speedy Gonzales / Tweety / Genie / Hassan / Big Bad Wolf / Beanstalk Giant / Elvis Gorilla / Stork
Paul Frees as Kubla Kraus / Father Winter
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817.05 MB
23.976 fps
89 min
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1.48 GB
23.976 fps
89 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by AbeStreet 7 / 10 / 10

A good follow up to the original show!

I grew up watching the re-runs of the original Flintstones and tried to avoid the new Flintstone shows. Some of these new shows had the kids all grown up and many of the original voices were not used or not available. However, the original show, especially before the Great Gazoo(sp) was bought into the series, were great. The only real follow up to the original show that was any good was The Man Called Flintstone. This movie had most of the original voices, except for Betty, and has a good story line. Fred fills in as a substitute for an injured spy and takes on James Bond type missions. I found this film held my attention and when I watch it now it brings back the good memories from when I was a kid. I hope the DVD is released soon.

Reviewed by dragonphan 9 / 10 / 10

Pure Annimated Classic

This movie based on the famous TV series may be one of the best annimated movies ever made. It is a spoof of James Bond movies of the era. The script is well written with an interesting story line and an exciting ending. The musical numbers are fun too. There is a song that Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm sing where they are dreaming about their futures and the visuals during the song are animated in stick figures that look to be drawn by kids. This has to be the cutest song and animation that I have ever seen.

Reviewed by Moax429 9 / 10 / 10

Great movie I remember from childhood

I first remember seeing "The Man Called Flintstone" in 1968 when the elementary school I attended in Warren, Michigan obtained a 16mm print of the film and ran it as an "after-school" movie, complete with popcorn and soft drinks. (My folks never had the time to take my younger sister and I to see it at the theater, but then, in 1966 I was only 4 years old.) Cartoon Network's Boomerang channel ran it a couple of months ago, and it was certainly a treat to see "The Man Called Flintstone" again after so long. I do agree, the movie's opening with Wilma as the Columbia Pictures torch lady was a riot; her torch exploded into the opening credits. Sadly, current television prints have deleted this opening, since Hanna-Barbera first became part of the Turner Entertainment empire in 1992 and is now a part of the Time Warner empire; Warner Bros. Television now syndicates this film (Sony Pictures Television ceased television syndication of "The Man Called Flintstone" in the mid-1980s). I highly doubt that opening will ever be restored, even if the movie ever appears on DVD. And I never knew that was Henry Corden, the future voice of Fred Flintstone, singing the duet with Mel Blanc as Barney. I recently discovered (according to a Goldmine record collectors' guide) there was a soundtrack album of "The Man Called Flintstone" - on HBR Records (Hanna-Barbera's record label), naturally - but it is very hard to find. If and when I ever do locate a copy, though, it'll certainly have a place in my record library (I recently found a copy of the soundtrack album of "Hey There, It's Yogi Bear," Hanna-Barbera's first movie musical, and that album is even harder to locate)! Notice to collectors: extant copies of the soundtrack of "The Man Called Flintstone" command $50 and up, depending on the condition of the vinyl (good luck locating it). I can also hope Warner Home Video will strongly consider putting "The Man Called Flintstone" on DVD soon!

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