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The Flintstones (1994)

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Modern Stone Age family the Flintstones hit the big screen in this live-action version of the classic cartoon. Fred helps Barney adopt a child. Barney sees an opportunity to repay him when Slate Mining tests its employees to find a new executive. But no good deed goes unpunished.

Director: Brian Levant
Writers: Tom S. Parker, Jim Jennewein, Steven E. de Souza, R.S. Allen, Harvey Bullock.

Release Date: 1994-05-26
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31
Budget: $46,000,000
Revenue: $341,631,208
Production Companies : Hanna-Barbera Productions, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1994-05-26
Status: Released
Run time: 91 min / 1:31
Budget: $46,000,000
Revenue: $341,631,208

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John Goodman
as Fred Flintstone
Elizabeth Perkins
as Wilma Flintstone
Rick Moranis
as Barney Rubble
Rosie O'Donnell
as Betty Rubble
Kyle MacLachlan
as Cliff Vandercave
Halle Berry
as Rosetta Stone
Elizabeth Taylor
as Pearl Slaghoople
Dann Florek
as Mr. Slate
Richard Moll
as Hoagie
Irwin Keyes
as Joe Rockhead
Jonathan Winters
as Gobo The Grizzled Man
Harvey Korman
as Ali / Dicabird / Blossom's Adopted Doll Son Ali
Corey Burton
as Triple X / Green Goose
Roger L. Jackson
as Bobo
Jean Vander Pyl
as Tanya Slag


Writing Tom S. Parker Screenplay
Writing Jim Jennewein Screenplay
Writing Steven E. de Souza Screenplay
Production Bruce Cohen Producer
Camera Dean Cundey Director of Photography
Editing Kent Beyda Editor
Production Nancy Nayor Casting
Art William Sandell Production Design
Art Christopher Burian-Mohr Art Direction
Art Nancy Patton Art Direction
Art William James Teegarden Art Direction
Art Rosemary Brandenburg Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Rosanna Norton Costume Design
Production Joseph Barbera Executive Producer
Production Kathleen Kennedy Executive Producer
Production David Kirschner Executive Producer
Production Gerald R. Molen Executive Producer
Production Steven Spielberg Executive Producer
Production Colin Wilson Producer
Production William Hanna Executive Producer
Sound Ted Nichols Original Music Composer
Sound Marty Paich Original Music Composer
Sound Bill Getty Sound Director
Sound Richard Olso Sound Director
Writing R.S. Allen Screenplay
Writing Harvey Bullock Screenplay
Writing Warren Foster Story
Writing Alex Lovy Story
Writing Joseph Barbera Story
Writing William Hanna Story
Directing Brian Levant Director

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  • "The Flintstones" is a film that tries hard to be likeable and succeeds for the most part, but with that said this is only a fair film at best. The cartoons come to real live and the nostalgia carries some of the film.

  • The Flintstones was one of those films that I really enjoyed when I was younger. Years later, however the film doesn't hold up. I found that despite the two lead roles (which were well casted), the film didn't have anything good to offer.

  • "The Flintstones" to me is indeed one of the greatest cartoons that was produced by Hanna-Barbera. For those who aren't familiar with this show (which I'll be shocked with if there are.) The shows premise is about a blue collar, dino crane operator in Fred Flintstone, who in each episode had a wacky situation along with his wife Wilma, and his neighbors Barney and Betty Rubble.

  • Zany cave-age antics leaven too-serious plot. Read Common Sense Media's The Flintstones review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • THE FLINTSTONES -- which holds the distinction of being the first prime-time animated series -- takes place in prehistoric Bedrock and comically explores what Stone Age life might have been like with a few "modern" conveniences.

  • The Flintstones: The Complete First Season is a nicely presented nostalgic voyage back to one of the classics of animated television. While the episodes didn't really wow me, they're fun to watch both for their intentional humor and for the their unintended glimpse into 1960s suburban life.