Flintstones - The Complete Fourth Season
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The Flintstones - The Complete Fourth Season

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Director: Allan Melvin, Ann-Margret, Daws Butler, Don Messick

Cast: Allan Melvin, Ann-Margret, Daws Butler, Don Messick


Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
If you are only going to buy one Flintstones season set, Season 4 would be an excellent choice. Far from becoming creatively extinct, this groundbreaking series delivers some of its benchmark episodes, most notably "Ann-Margrock Presents," featuring the voice of Ann-Margret as the famed entertainer whom Fred unwittingly hires as a babysitter for Pebbles. This is the season in which Barney and Betty Rubble welcome club-happy "Little Bamm-Bamm" into their lives. It's nice to see that fatherhood has not mellowed Fred too much. He's characteristically over the top as a doting dad. In "Reel Trouble," he bores everyone with his incessant home movies of Pebbles ("Now she's waving hello"), and in "Daddy's Little Beauty," he enters her in a beauty content over wife Wilma's objections. Several episodes this season rank among Fred's best half hours, including "Once Upon a Coward," in which Fred is held up, "Ten Little Flintstones" with mechanical-voiced alien Freds , and "Bedrock Hillbillies," in which the vacationing Flintstones and Rubbles find themselves embroiled in the long-standing feud between the Arkenstone Flintstones and the Hatrocks. Another series favorite is "Cave Scout Jamboree," with the multicultural (and outrageously accented) rendition of "Old McDonald." "Bachelor Daze" flashes back to how Fred and Barney and Wilma and Betty met, each posing as wealthy guests at the swank hotel where they're all actually working. And "Operation Switchover," in which Fred and Wilma trade places for a day, is a classic battle-of-the-sexes episode. Add some great extras, including episode commentaries, a segment about the writer of the Flintstones theme song, and the series' place in popular culture, and you have a DVD set that really rocks!

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Special Features

The Flintstones: One Million Years Ahead of Its Time: How This Became Primetime's First Animated Series; Hanna-Barbera's legendary music director Hoyt Curtin; commentaries on two key episodes by Hanna-Barbera ; historian Earl Kress and animation writers Paul Dini and Mark Evanier.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Allan Melvin Quartz,Stony
Ann-Margret Ann-Margrock
Daws Butler Baffles Gravel,Lulu Belle,Mr. Goldbrick
Don Messick Arnold the Newsboy,Bird,PA Announcer,Roger,Salesman,Boss,George,Loudmouth,Perry Masonry,Charlie,Judge,Ratchet,Vic Stony,Editor,Quartz,Harvey,Master
Doug Young Grand Poobah,Joe,Minister,Officer O'Rockly,Chopping Bird,Rocco,Alex,Cop,Chester
Gerry Johnson Selma
Hal Smith Bronto Berger,Rocky Genial,Charlie,Holdup Man,Joe Rockhead,Chief,Father
Howard Morris Elmo,Herman,Peter,Reggie,Scotchman,Al,Hotrock,Percy,Timid Man,TV Announcer,Pa,Rockoff,Joe,Bobby
Janet Waldo Mrs. Slaghoople,Fran,Mildred,Teenage Pebbles,Helda,Mrs. Sitstone
Jerry Hausner Clyde
John Stephenson Mr. Slate,Joe,Scoutmaster,Dr. Ben Cavity,Dr. Firma,Shystone
Mel Blanc Voice Only
Alan Reed Voice Only
Elliott Field Mortar,Mailman
Jean Vander Pyl Voice Only
Dick Beals Various Scouts

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