The Flintstone Kids

Flinstones Kids

Back in the mid-80s, cartoons went back — back to prehistoric times, in fact — in Hanna-Barbera’s “Flintstone Kids” series. Just like it sounds, the show let anyone who was wondering (was anyone wondering?) what like was like with 8-10 year old Freddie, Wilma, Barney, and Betty. Oh, and Dino (voiced by Mel Blanc).

Rob O'Hara

I'm into old video games, old arcade games, old computer games, writing, photography, computer/network security, and of course, the 1980s!

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4 thoughts on “The Flintstone Kids

  1. Sype says:

    That makes sense, I think I saw this on that Remember 1986 video floating around on youtube. I wondered what it was! I can bearly remember this existed.

  2. Max Power says:

    Does anyone else have the Flintstones vitamins song in his head now?
    “…ten million strong, and growing!”

  3. Ug… I sooooooooooo hated that infantizing fad. The original, muppet babies, was the only one to pull it off well, all the others (flintstone kids, pup named scooby doo, tom & jerry kids, new archies, etc, etc, etc) were just damned annoying. The only two things I can say in favor of flintstone kids was that the theme song was good and they brought back captain caveman (although they had to muck that up by throwing in cavey jr).

  4. Johnny Tenspeed says:

    About the only I remember about this show and Pup Named Scooby Doo is thinking, even as a kid, if they had Scooby and Dino as kids, wouldn’t they be dead by the time the characters were adults?

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