|Contains: feature commentary with director brian levant, discovering bedrock documentary on the making of the film, b52's music video, art department concept sketches, and opening sequence comparisons.|
"The Flintstones is fun! Time Magazine
"...[a] bouncy concoction with an enthusiastic (and well-chosen) cast... Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide
Editor's NoteYabba dabba doo! That modern stone-age family is back and on the big screen in this live-action version of the beloved cartoon series. When Fred Flintstone (John Goodman) generously loans his pal Barney Rubble (Rick Moranis) enough money to adopt a child, Barney wants to return the favor. So he helps Fred on his IQ test at the quarry... which gets Fred an executive position. But what Fred doesn't know is he's the sap meant to take the fall for a bunch of corporate con-men out to rook the company. The all-star cast is rounded out by Elizabeth Perkins as Wilma Flintstone and Rosie O'Donnell as Betty Rubble, with special appearances by Halle Berry, Elizabeth Taylor, Jay Leno, and the B-52's.
Cast & Crew
|Dean Cundey - Cinematographer|
|Brian Trenchard-Smith - Director|
|David Newman - Musical Score|
|Bruce Cohen, et al. - Producer|
|Tom S. Parker, et al. - Writer|
|"Flintstones! Meet the Flintstones! They're the modern Stone Age fa--mi--ly."|
|"I should have signed with Disney. They'd never allow this sort of thing to happen."|
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