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Jetsons Meet the Flintstones [Import]

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All those Saturday mornings ago, did you ever wonder what would happen if the Jetson family was jettisoned back in time? Or how Fred and Wilma would fare in the future? Well in 1987 the good folks at Hanna-Barbera put their heads together and came up with this animated answer. You might predict that boy-crazy Judy would get a crush on a prehistoric himbo or that Fred would elbow Barney out of the way to appear on the Joan Rivers Show. (Remember it was 1987.) But would you guess that Dino and Astro would become such pals? It all starts when a work-weary George agrees to pile the family into Elroy's time machine, never dreaming it will actually work. Landing outside Bedrock, the family is rescued by the prehistoric couples, who give them shelter in exchange for some high-tech help, as the fellows are having job troubles of their own. Long story short: Due to a technical glitch Fred and friends wind up in the Jetsons' futuristic home with Rosie the Robot and an angry Mr. Spacely, while the Jetson clan stages a Bedrock takeover. This 92-minute caper is suitable for any age. --Kimberly Heinrichs

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4.0 out of 5 stars Good movie if you like these two shows. April 13 2014
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A very good crossover movie. Saw it once on tv, liked it and never saw it again. So I found it on here and bought it. Now I can watch it any time :) I was a bit worried when I got it cause it said DVD Download on the side of the case, but it plays like a regular DVD. When I stopped it in my Blu-ray player it showed two files, the same files as a burned DVD. So it's nothing to worry about. There is no bonus features, It's just the movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie Jan. 18 2014
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This is and always has been a great movie. Fantastic. It is always funny to watch Fred and George. Hilarious.
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4.0 out of 5 stars great nostalgia, good movie Feb. 24 2004
Format:VHS Tape
this movie was really enjoyable. i'd forgotten how great these two shows are. my favorite characters elroy, rosie, and jane are still as awesome as ever, as are wilma, betty, and barney. includes all the little things i'd forgotten about the originals, like little puns thrown in and the machine/animals in the flinstones making comments. this 90+ min movie is a little disjoint and the two families are only actually together for one section, but it's a great gimmick. highlights include barney dressing as a woman, wilma and betty trying out jane's hair and makeup robots, and elroy mowing the lawn -- the first time he's ever seen grass. all in all a load of fun. i'm going to have to track down the other movies now.
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5.0 out of 5 stars the ultimate get together Feb. 28 2003
Format:VHS Tape
i remember when TBS/TNT used to air this cartoon every Thanksgiving. i always loved it because it combined two opposite families and it provided the ultimate get together. imagine The Jetsons meeting the Flintstones...it was a logical step. in the story we see Elroy (voice of legend Daws Butler) building a time machine that transports the entire clan to Bedrock. chaos soon ensues as the Flintstones get transported into the future. Fred and George become "celebrities" with their appearances: Cosmo Spacely, George's boss, (voice of legend Mel Blanc) wants to make a killing with nostalgia buffs with authentic people from the stone-age with the leopard suits and fashion. meanwhile, "a million miles back that way" as Fred would say, the Jetsons are impressing the folks of Bedrock with their space age methods prompting Mr. Slate, Fred's boss (voice of legend John Stephenson), to hire George for his time and money saving ideas. soon, boredom sets in and both sets of families yearn for their natural habitat and each family returns to their respective residence. other voice legends who also share the spotlight: Henry Corden is Fred; Jean Vanderpyl is Wilma, Mrs. Slate, and the Jetson's robotic maide Rosie. Don Messick is Astro and R.U.D.I. as well as an announcer on the P.A. system {p.s: Don's real voice was used for Ranger Smith of "Yogi Bear" as well as countless narration jobs on early Hanna-Barbera cartoons mostly notably "Ruff and Ready" and "Quick Draw McGraw"}. Mel Blanc, in addition to Mr. Spacely, also voiced Dino and Barney Rubble. Daws Butler, in addition to Elroy, also voiced Henry Orbit, the mechanic in the Jetson's apartment as well as Cogswell, the competitor of Mr. Spacely. this video is wonderful and it should bring back memories of the "good ol' days" of simple characters and simplistic stories designed for adult entertainment as well as for children.
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