The Flintstones: Season 6 (1965 - 1966)


Season 6
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Air date: Sep 17, 1965

The sixth and final season of The Flintstones begins with a miraculous event: Fred and Barney's respective infant children Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm, who can't even talk yet, suddenly develop the abilitiy to sing! The phenomenon brings the babies to the attention of celebrated musical entrepreneur Eppy Brianstone (whose most famous clients are "The Termites", just in case you missed the joke!) Fast-talking Eppy signs Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm to an exclusive contract--so exclusive that Fred relinquishes all rights as a parent, and is forced to kidnap his own child in order to be with her again! This is the episode in which Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm perform a syrupy rendition of that old Sunday School favorite "Open Up Your Heart and Let the Sun Shine In", which would be reprised during the closing credits of each subsequent episode.

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Air date: Sep 24, 1965

Terrified at the possibility that his mother-in-law is going to move into his home, Fred fixes up an old shack for the old battleaxe. Barney joins in on the project, which proves to be a lot more daunting than it seemed at first. Alas, once the shack is reconstructed, it proves to be somewhat less than substantial--in fact, it breaks loose from its bearings and begins careening down a steep mountain road, while ominous stock music from the earlier Hanna-Barbera cartoon series Jonny Quest blares away in the background!

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Air date: Oct 1, 1965

Movie star Tony Curtis becomes the latest in a series of celebrities to provide the voice for his animated likeness in this episode. Star-struck Fred hopes to meet the famous "Stoney Curtis" on the set of the actor's latest adventure epic Slave Boy. As it turns out, Fred should have been careful what he wished for: Hired as Curtis' stunt double, our hero learns anew that show business can be brutal. (Incidentally, when asked why he agreed to appear on The Flintstones, Tony Curtis replied that it would make him a "hero" to his kids. We hope that 7-year-old Jamie Lee Curtis enjoyed the show).

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Air date: Oct 8, 1965

Fred and Barney are appointed to do jury duty during the trial of a nasty character called The Mangler. Although jury foreman Fred is all for acquittal, he is outvoted by the other eleven jurors, and The Mangler is found guilty. In a rage, the defendant vows to get even with Fred if it's last thing he does--and subsequently he escapes from jail, whereupon Fred literally heads for the hills to avoid the Mangler's wrath.

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Air date: Oct 15, 1965

Once again, Fred falls for a get-rich-quick scheme--in this instance, the purchase of a carnival. Any hopes Fred had for show-business success are dashed when all of the acts quit because they haven't been paid in months. But the show must go on, so Fred, Barney, Wilma, Betty, and even Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm fill in for the missing performers.

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Air date: Oct 22, 1965

In the first live action-cartoon "crossover" in TV history, Samantha and Darrin from Bewitched move into the house next door to the Flintstones. Samantha of course is a witch, but neither the Flintstones nor the Rubbles are aware of this. Even so, Wilma and Betty are awestruck by the magical goings-on that occur during their camping trip with the resourceful Samantha. Need we add that the voices of Samantha and Darrin are provided by Bewitched stars Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York?

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Air date: Oct 29, 1965

Taken from the TV series "The Flintstones," this episode introduces the Great Gazoo, a small, green alien who has been banished to Earth to redeem himself. When he meets up with Fred and Barney, they discover that he has magical powers that can both grant them wishes and get them into trouble.

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Air date: Nov 5, 1965

During a company picnic, Fred sneaks off to a quiet spot and falls asleep. When he awakens, he finds that he has a long grey beard--which is hardly surprising, since twenty years have passed! Returning home, "Rip Van Flintstone" discovers that his daughter Pebbles has married her childhood playmate Bamm-Bamm, his best pal Barney has somehow become a millionaire, and his wife Wilma is now alone and destitute! The whole situation seems like a bad well it should...

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Air date: Nov 12, 1965

Having been fired from his job, Fred is afraid to tell Wilma, so he allows her to pack him a lunch every day as if nothing had happened. While chowing down on Wilma's home-baked vittles, Fred realizes that his wife's gravelberry pie is the most delicious he's ever tasted. Inspired by this, Fred decides to go into business for himself, packing and marketing Wilma's pies. Alas, our hero ends up with pie on his face when it turns out that the cost of production far outdistances his profits!

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Air date: Nov 19, 1965

Engrossed in a spy movie on TV, Fred and Barney wish that they could have adventures as exciting as those on the small screen. The Great Gazoo obligingly grants their wish--and before long the boys have run afoul of a nasty espionage chieftain named Stonefinger. The situation intensifies when the villain kidnaps Barney, mistaking him for the famous scientist Dr. Rockenheimer--and now Gazoo must once again undo what he's dood--er, done.

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Alan Reed Sr.
as Fred Flintstone
Janet Waldo
as Mrs. Slaghoople
Henry Corden
as Various
Harvey Korman
as The Great Gazoo
Jean Vander Pyl
as Wilma Flintstone/Pebbles
The Beau Brummels
as The Beau Brummelstones
Gerry Johnson
as Betty Rubble
Bernard Fox
as Eppy Brianstone
Dick York
as Darrin Stephens
Tony Curtis
as Stony Curtis
Elizabeth Montgomery
as Samantha Stephens
Sam Edwards
as Mailman/Agent/Marv
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