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Uniform Title Flintstones (Television program). Season 3.
Title The Flintstones. The complete third season [videorecording] / produced and directed [by] William Hanna, Joseph Barbera ; a Hanna-Barbera production ; a Screen Gems Films presentation.

Publication Info. Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2005]

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Location Call No. Status
 PAS San Rafael Branch Juvenile, DVDs    J FLI-3    Available
Description 4 videodiscs (724 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Physical Medium DVD video 4 3/4 in. rda
Description digital optical mono Dolby Digital 1.0 rda
laser optical NTSC rda
video file DVD video region 1 rda
Series Hanna-Barbera classic collection
Hanna-Barbera classic collection.
System Details DVD, NTSC, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 1.0 mono.
Language English dialogue, English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.
Performer Voices: Alan Reed, Jean Vander Pyl, Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, John Stephenson, Daws Butler, Don Messick, Jerry Mann, Hal Smith ; other voices, Howard McNear, Ginny Tyler, Doug Young, Verna Felton, Howard Morris, June Foray, Janet Waldo.
Credits Musical director, Hoyt Curtin ; animation, Kenneth Muse, Carlo Vinci, George Nicholas, Ed Love, Don Patterson, Dick Lundy, William Keil, George Goepper, Edwyn (Ed) Aardal, Jerry Hathcock, Hugh Fraser, Ed Parks, Jack Ozark, Ralph Somerville, Emil Carle, Amby Paliwoda, Bob Carr, Harry Holt, Chuck Harriton, Allen Wilzbach, Hicks Lokey, Dick Blundell, Fred Wolf ; camera, Roy Wade, Norman Stainback, Frank Paiker, Charles Flekal, Vic Shank, Jerry Smith, Wayne Smith, Joe Nasta ; film editing, Greg Watson, Warner Leighton, Donald A. Douglas, Joseph Ruby, Kenneth Spears, Hank Gotzenberg, Larry Cowan ; animation director, Charles A. Nichols.
Note Contains all 28 episodes from season two.
Originally broadcast during the 1962-1963 television season.
Audience MPAA rating: Not rated.
Summary Features two Stone Age families, the Flintstones and their neighbors, the Rubbles. This season revolves around the much anticipated birth of Pebbles. Barney and Betty are the godparents.
Contents Disc 1. Dino goes Hollyrock / written by Warren Foster, Michael Maltese, Arthur Phillips ; Fred's new boss / written by Warren Foster, Michael Maltese, Arthur Phillips ; Barney the invisble / written by Warren Foster ; The bowling ballet / written by Warren Foster ; The twitch / written by Joanna Lee ; Here's snow in your eyes / written by Joanna Lee -- Dics. 2 The Buffalo convention / written by Warren Foster ; The litle stranger / written by Herbert Finn ; Baby Barney / written by Warren Foster ; Hawaiin escapade / written by Joanna Lee ; Ladies' day / written by Harvey Bullock ; Nothing but the tooth / written by Tony Benedict -- Disc 3. High school Fred / written by Warren Foster ; Dial "S" for suspicion / written by Herbert Finn ; Flashgun Freddie / written by Jack Raymond ; The kissing burglar / teleplay by Joanna Lee ; Wilma, the maid / written by Harvey Bullock, R. Allen Saffian ; The hero / written by Herbert Finn -- Disc 4. Side 1. The suprise / teleplay by Warren Foster ; Mother-in-law's visit / teleplay by Warren Foster ; Foxy Grandma / written by Herbert Finn ; Fred's new job / teleplay by Warren Foster ; Dress rehearsal / written by Harvey Bullock, R. Allen Saffian -- Disc 4. Side 2. Carry on, nurse Fred / story by Michael Maltese ; teleplay by Joanna Lee ; Ventriloquist Barney / story by Michael Maltese ; teleplay by Herbert Finn ; The big move / teleplay by Joanna Lee ; Swedish visitors / written by Harvey Bullock, R. Allen Saffian ; The birthday party / teleplay by Joanna Lee.
Note Special features: Disc 1: Bedrock collectibles (collecting all things Flintstone, 7 min. featurette). Disc 2: First families of the stone age (spotlight on the Bedrock wives, 7 min. featurette). Disc 3: Trailers.
Subject Flintstones (Fictitious characters) -- Juvenile drama.
Neighbors -- Juvenile drama.
Best friends -- Juvenile drama.
Stone age -- Juvenile drama.
Families -- Juvenile drama.
Infants -- Juvenile drama.
Genre/Form Animated television programs.
Television comedies.
Television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Hanna, William, 1910-2001, television producer, television director.
Barbera, Joseph, television producer, television director.
Foster, Warren, 1904-1971, screenwriter.
Maltese, Michael, screenwriter.
Phillips, Arthur, 1911- screenwriter.
Lee, Joanna, 1931-2003, screenwriter.
Finn, Herbert, screenwriter.
Bullock, Harvey, screenwriter.
Benedict, Tony, screenwriter.
Raymond, Jack, screenwriter.
Allen, R. S. (Ray Saffian), 1924-1981, screenwriter.
Reed, Alan, 1907-1977, voice actor.
Vander Pyl, Jean, 1919-1999, voice actor.
Blanc, Mel, voice actor.
Benaderet, Bea, 1906-1968, voice actor.
Stephenson, John, 1923- voice actor.
Butler, Daws, voice actor.
Messick, Don, voice actor.
Mann, Jerry, 1910-1987, voice actor.
Smith, Hal, 1916-1994, voice actor.
McNear, Howard, 1905-1969, voice actor.
Tyler, Ginny, voice actor.
Young, Doug, 1919- voice actor.
Felton, Verna, 1890-1966, voice actor.
Morris, Howard, 1919-2005, voice actor.
Foray, June, voice actor.
Waldo, Janet, voice actor.
Curtin, Hoyt S., musical director.
Muse, Kenneth, 1910-1987, animator.
Vinci, Carlo, 1906-1993, animator.
Nicholas, George, 1910-1996, animator.
Love, Ed, 1910-1996, animator.
Patterson, Don, 1909-1998, animator.
Lundy, Dick, 1907-1990, animator.
Keil, William, -2003, animator.
Goepper, George, 1909-1993, animator.
Aardal, Edwyn, 1910-1988, animator.
Hathcock, Jerry, animator.
Fraser, Hugh, 1904-1994, animator.
Parks, Ed, 1915-1999, animator.
Ozark, Jack, 1914-2000, animator.
Somerville, Ralph, animator.
Paliwoda, Amby, 1909-1999, animator.
Holt, Harry, 1911-2004, animator.
Harriton, Chuck, 1920-1992, animator.
Lokey, Hicks, 1904-1990, animator.
Wolf, Fred, 1932- animator.
Nichols, Charles, 1910-1992, animator.
Leighton, Warner E., 1930-2005, editor of moving image work.
Hanna-Barbera Productions, production company.
Screen Gems, production company.
Warner Home Video (Firm), film distributor.
ISBN 1560399791
9781560399797
Standard No. 014764265025
Music No. H2650 Warner Home Video

 
    
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