Then somebody explain this...why is it when Fred and Barney were going to work the car was a two seater but when they went to the movies it was basically a four door? I'm serious! Google it!
The series did have a few story arcs, but the most Flintstones episodes are standalone storylines, therefore, it is possible, that the Artist can create in each Episode an "another" car...
The Flintstones car, if indeed it is the same car from one episode to the next, is sometimes a two seater or four seater, a topped car or convertible, and left side steering or right side steering.
Mr. Slate is originally a short, dark-haired man with a mustache, he was then replaced by Fred's more familiar, taller, bald boss who also went by the familiar name Joe Rockhead in one episode.
Mr. Slate's first name has been either "Sam," "George," or "Nate," depending on the episode.
Fred's regular place of employment has been identified by at least 18 different names.
A boy named Junior was included in the series' press release and in a Little Golden Book adventure (as well as on some advance merchandise related to the program), but never on the actual show.
When the decision was made in 1962 that the Flintstones would have a baby, the child was going to be a boy, but then they decided that a girl would make for better merchandising like dolls.
The Flintstones' house changes size, design, and furniture in nearly every Episode, etc, etc...
The Flintstones, was one of the first cartoons to be shown during prime-time Television and for many years it held the record for being the longest-running cartoon series in American TV history, running for six years (or 166 episodes) between 1960 and 1966.
And be honest, would you not even have changed a few cars in this long time?
Edited by hobbybobby, 04 October 2013 - 12:00 AM.