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The Man Called Flintstone

Alternate Title: That Man Flintstone

The Man Called Flintstone (That Man Flintstone) (1966) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film The Man Called Flintstone

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Hanna-Barbera Studios Alan Reed, Jean Vander Pyl William Hanna, Joseph Barbera William Hanna, Joseph Barbera , , , , , Milton Krear, Pat Foley, Larry Cowan, Dave Horton, Warner Leighton Marty Paich, Ted Nichols
  • 1966
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Columbia Pictures
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Fred Flintstone, Wilma Flintstone, Pebbles, Dino, Barney Rubble, Betty Rubble, Bamm-Bamm, Hoppy Hopperoo, Ali, Bubu, Rock Slag, Chief Boulder, Vet, Ms. Soapstone Zsa Zsa Hopperoo, Dolly Dinosaur, Nurses, Surgeon with Glasses, Irving, Dr. Moonstone, Turtle, Helicopter Pilot Airport Clerk, Blue Bird with Luggage, Blonde Stewardess, Pilots, Bird in Camera, Roberta, Mario, French Gorgeous Redhead, French Bellboy, George, French Cabbie, Street Salesman, Purple Dog Dinosaur, Old Lady, Baby, Recorder Bird, Triple X/Green Goose, Tanya Malichite, Ferocious, Green Triceratops, Mayor of Bedrock, Radio Broadcaster, Ms. Soapstone, Zsa Zsa Dinosaur.
  • Vocal Talent: Alan Reed (Fred Flintstone), Jean Vander Pyl (Wilma Flintstone, Pebbles, Zsa Zsa Dinosaur, Nurse #2, Baby), Mel Blanc (Barney Rubble, Dino, Turtle, Helicopter Pilot, French Cabbie, Green Triceratops, Mayor of Bedrock), Gerry Johnson (Betty Rubble, Nurse 3#), Harvey Korman (Chief Boulder, Street Salesman), June Foray (Tanya Malichite), Paul Frees (Bobo, Rock Slang, Green Goose/Triple X. Mario), Don Messick (Bamm-Bamm, Hoppy Hopperoo, Ali, Surgeon with Glasses (by mistake), Irving, Dr. Moonstone, Airport Announcer, Bird in Camera, George, Ferocious, Recorder Bird, Radio Broadcaster), Henry Corden (Fred Flintstone, singing), Janet Waldo (Nurse 1#, Roberta), John Stephenson (Vet, Doctor with Glasses, Airport Clerk).
  • Directed By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Produced By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Animated By Ed Aardal, Ed Barge, Hugh Fraser, George Germanetti, George Goepper, Jerry Hathcock, Bill Keil, George Kreisl, Hicks Lokey, Richard Lundy, Don Lusk, Kenneth Muse, George Nicholas, Ed Parks, John Sparey, Irven Spence, Carlo Vinci, Allen Wilzbach.
    Animation Director by Charles Nichols (as Charles A. Nichols).Assistant Animators: Sam Jaimes, Charlotte Huffine, Frank Carr, Tom Ferriter, Richard Gonzales, Jack Carr, Bill Carr, Joe Roman, Grace Stanzell, Jack Kerns, John Boersma, Joan Orbison, William Pratt, Jim Brummett, Rae McSmoden, Tony Love, Pat Combs, Veve Risto, Dennis Sills.
  • Written By R. S. (Ray) Allen, Harvey Bullock.
    Story: R. S. (Ray) Allen, Harvey Bullock.
    Story Material: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, Warren Foster, Alex Lovy.
  • Edited By Milton Krear, Pat Foley, Larry Cowan, Dave Horton.
    Editorial Supervision: Warner Leighton.

Additional Crew:



  • Art Direction: Bill Perez.
  • Layout: Richard Bickenbach, Lance Nolley, Iwao Takamoto, Jerry Eisenberg, Bob Singer, Homer Jonas, Bruce Bushman, Jack Huber, Brad Case, Walter Clinton, Steve Nakagawa.
  • Assistant Production Supervisor: Bill Schipek.
  • Lettering: Robert Schaefer.
  • Cel Production: Howard Pennington.
  • Animation Checkers: Janet Gusdavison, Marceil Ferguson, Joyce Gard, Maggie Raymond, Evelyn Sherwood, Grace McCurdy, Annie Lee Holm, Betty McGowan, Woody Chatwood, Florence Hammontire.
  • Special Effects: Brooke Lindon.
  • Background Design: F. Montealgre, Paul Julian, Robert Gentle, Art Lozzi, Ron Dias, Janet Brown, Tom Knowles, Fernando Arce, Rene Garcia, Richard Khim, Don Watson.
  • Ink And Paint Supervision: Roberta Greutert.
  • Music Editor: Tony Milch.
  • Photography: Charles Flekal, Roy Wade, Gene Borghi, Bill Kotler, Norman Stainback, Dick Blundell, Frank Parrish, Hal Shiffman, John Pratt.
  • Technical Supervision: Frank Pakier.
  • Sound Recording: Richard Olson, Bill Getty.
  • Production Supervision: Howard Hanson.
  • Music By: Ted Nichols, Marty Paich.
  • Song, "Penaste Amore" Sung By: Louis Prima.


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The Flintstones in a feature-length James Bond/In Like Flynt-type spy spoof. Fred Flintstone, the exact double of secret agent Rock Slag, is asked to take his...  (more)

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I always remember TV Guide's blurb for this cartoon: "Secret agent movies get a good-natured kidding." Here, "good-natured kidding" means humor on the level of Boffo the Clown at a sub-standard birthday party. Nasty spies get bumped off...  (read more)

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Fred and the gang are back at it again. This film is fun and worth a look if you are a fan of the Flinstones. It is like an extended episode of the show. As far as Hanna-Barbera films go , this is probaly one of...  (read more)

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