This DVD 2-Pack includes the family films, THE FLINTSTONES and THE FLINTSTONES IN VIVA ROCK VEGAS.
THE FLINTSTONES: Did you ever wish your pals Fred and Barney could pop out of their cartoons and come to life? Just shout, "Yabba Dabba Do!" and your wish is granite! Amblin Entertainment and Universal Pictures team up with the director of Beethoven to bring you this hit, live-action motion picture about the "modern stone age family." John Goodman stars as Bedrock's loudest, most lovable resident and Rick Moranis is his bosom buddy Barney Rubble. Together with wives Wilma (Elizabeth Perkins) and Betty (Rosie O'Donnell), they're the coolest things since the Ice Age! But look out, there's something rotten in the town of Bedrock... Scheming Cliff Vandercave (Kyle MacLachlan) and his accomplice, the slinky Miss Stone (Halle Berry), plan to steal a fortune from Slate and Co., but they need a stooge (Fred!) to take the rap. A sudden promotion--part of the pair's evil plot--lands Fred in the executive suite, and he and Wilma taste the snooty lifestyle of the rich and prehistoric. Meanwhile, Barney's luck takes a drastic turn for the worse. Will success spoil the Flintstones? Will their friendship with the Rubbles be destroyed forever? Will greedy Vandercave have the last laugh? Overflowing with dazzling special effects, non-stop fun, and music from the ÒB.C. 52s,Ó The Flintstones features a special appearance by Elizabeth Taylor as Fred's mother-in-law, Pearl Slaghoople. It's "rock-solid entertainment...a brontosaurus-sized hit!" (Michael Medved, New York Post).
THE FLINTSTONES IN VIVA ROCK VEGAS: Fred Flintstone (Mark Addy) and Barney Rubble (Stephen Baldwin) are two of Bedrock's most confirmed bachelors. Wilma Slaghoople (Kristen Johnston) and Betty O'Shale (Jane Krakowski) are two of the town's hottest single babes. In this prehistoric comedy of boy meets girl, see how it all began as Fred and Barney set out to win the hearts of their favorite gals on a romantic getaway to exciting "Rock Vegas". With meddling from Wilma's socialite mother (Joan Collins), as well as competition from tycoon Chip Rockefeller, Fred just might need a little help from his friends to beat the odds and win the most important game of all...love.