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Meet THE FLINTSTONES In The Complete Series Blu-ray October 27th!

Yabba-dabba-doo! America’s favorite modern stone-age family, The Flintstones, is coming to Blu-ray™! Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release all six seasons of the classic, animated Hanna-Barbera television series in one set on October 27, 2020. Enjoy prehistoric fun in high-definition with 166 episodes featuring the lovable caveman Fred Flintstone and his wife Wilma, and their neighbors Barney and Betty Rubble as they embark on entertaining adventures in their home town of Bedrock. Titled The Flintstones: The Complete Series, this collection also features two bonus movies, including The Man Called Flintstone and The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown! The Flintstones: The Complete Series will be available October 27th.

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THE FLINTSTONES: THE COMPLETE SERIES
FEATURING ALL SIX SEASONS
OF THE CLASSIC ANIMATED PROGRAM
WILL BE RELEASED ON BLU-RAY
 OCTOBER 27, 2020
BY WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT
10-Disc Set Features All 166 Episodes of the Series
Plus Bonus Content Including Two Animated Films
The Flintstones: The Complete Series is boulder-sized fun for the whole family. Fans of all ages will crack up at the misadventures of the Flintstones and Rubbles, who consistently find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place. Living in the suburbs in the town of Bedrock, Fred Flintstone is a devoted husband who is employed at the Slate Rock and Gravel Company. He is married to Wilma, a smart, strong-willed red-headed beauty. Their next-door neighbors and friends are Barney and Betty Rubble. The four of them are always involved in variety of hilarious shenanigans of every-day living. Although they live in pre-historic times, they have modern conveniences but they are made from stone age materials and mainly powered by animals.  Since the stone age, The Flintstones has delivered entertainment that never shales to delight each new generation. And now, all 166 episodes are available for the first time in high definition. So grab a Bronto burger and Cactus Coola, and settle in to watch the first primetime animated television series and celebrate 60 years of history in the making.
The Flintstones first premiered on ABC in 1960 and became a hit. It was the first animated series to air in primetime on US television and was the first adult-targeted cartoon on TV. At one point, The Flintstones was the longest-running series of its genre and was the first animated series to be nominated for the Primetime Emmy™ Award for Outstanding Comedy Series. After the show’s initial run ended in 1966, The Flintstones continued to appear on television in subsequent series and specials including The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm ShowThe Flintstone Comedy HourThe New Fred and Barney ShowThe Flintstone Kids and many others. Episodes of the original series aired in syndication continuously for decades after the show’s initial run.
The Flintstones enduring popularity and mass appeal has captivated fans of all ages for six decades,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, Senior Vice President Originals, Animation and Family Marketing. She added, “There was nothing like The Flintstones on television when the program first debuted. It was a show that left a lasting impact, paving the way for other primetime animated series that would follow in later years. We have put all six seasons of this trailblazing show on Blu-ray for fans to enjoy in gorgeous high definition.  If you have fond memories of watching The Flintstones on television, you will love how the show looks on Blu-ray with its superior picture quality.”
Bonus Content:
  • The Man Called Flintstone
  • The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown!

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Brandon is the host, producer, writer and editor of The Brandon Peters Show (thebrandonpetersshow.com) on the Creative Zombie Studios Network. At Why So Blu he is a Writer/Reviewer. Brandon is a lifelong obsessive film nerd. As eager to educate in the world of film as I am to learn. An avid lover of horror, schlock and trash. You can also find older essays on his blog Naptown Nerd (naptownnerd.blogspot.com).

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