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The Flintstones Season 3 (1962–63) DVD BOX SET / Frédi és Béni A két kőkorszaki szaki Harmadik évad / Episodes 1-28 / Hanna-Barbera / Animated Classic / Audio: English, Hungarian, Swedish

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The Flintstones Season 3 (1962–63) DVD BOX SET / Frédi és Béni A két kőkorszaki szaki Harmadik évad / Episodes 1-28 / Hanna-Barbera / Animated Classic / Audio:  English, Hungarian, Swedish



AUDIO: English 1.0, Hungarian 1.0, Swedish 1.0

SUBTITLES: Hungarian, English, Swedish, English HOH

Total Runtime: 749 minutes


English Summary:

The Flintstones is an American animated sitcom produced by Hanna-Barbera for ABC. The series takes place in a romanticized Stone Age setting, and follows the activities of the titular family, the Flintstones, and their next-door neighbors, the Rubbles (who are their best friends). It was originally broadcast from September 30, 1960 until April 1, 1966, in a prime time slot, the first such instance for an animated series.


Hungarian Summary:

A Frédi és Béni, a két kőkorszaki szaki (eredeti címén The Flintstones) amerikai televíziós rajzfilmsorozat, amelyet Joseph Barbera és William Hanna készített 1960 és 1966 között. A sorozat egy őskori család kalandjait mutatja be


Episodes on the DVDs:

Season 3 (1962–63)

No. in
TitleWritten byOriginal air date [1]
61 1 "Dino Goes Hollyrock" Harvey Bullock September 14, 1962

Dino becomes a star on the TV show Sassie (a parody of Lassie) while Fred is hoping to cash in on Dino's success.

Note: This was the first episode that ABC aired in color.
62 2 "Fred's New Boss" Warren Foster September 21, 1962

Barney gets laid off and Fred gets him a job at the quarry. Barney is immediately promoted to Fred's boss, causing Fred to be jealous that Barney is promoted so quickly.

Note: This is the last episode to use the original "Rise and Shine" opening and end credits.
63 3 "Barney the Invisible" Warren Foster September 28, 1962

Fred tries to cure Barney's hiccups with a potion of experiment # 112 that he invented, vanishing Barney's hiccups along with him.

Note: This is the first episode of the show to use "Meet the Flintstones" as the theme song for the opening and end credits.
64 4 "Bowling Ballet" Warren Foster October 5, 1962
Fred has a problem with bowling and takes ballet lessons to regain his skills for a big tournament. Note Fred does ballet again to be "cultured" in episode 165 "My Fair Freddy"
65 5 "The Twitch" Joanna Lee October 12, 1962
Fred gets pop star Rock Roll to perform at Wilma's club function. When Rock suffers laryngitis pursuant to an allergic reaction (to pickled dodo eggs) and cannot perform, Fred comes to the rescue by donning Rock's costume and lip-syncing to his hit record.
66 6 "Here's Snow in Your Eyes" Joanna Lee October 19, 1962
Fred and Barney go on a ski trip and tell Wilma and Betty to stay home. Jealous, Wilma and Betty secretly follow them on their trip, during which the two men inadvertently catch a trio of jewel thieves.
67 7 "The Buffalo Convention" Warren Foster October 26, 1962
Fred, Barney, and the other members of the Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes are informed that they'll be going to Frantic City (a parody of Atlantic City, New Jersey) for a convention for three days — without the wives. Their wives are lulled into agreement by a phony "doctor" (in actuality, the lodge's plumber) who convinces them that their husbands need an out-of-town break for a few days. Meanwhile, Fred buys a talking dodo bird named Doozy for Wilma. Naturally, once the boys leave, Doozy informs Wilma about the husbands' entire plan, so Wilma and Betty and the other Water Buffalo wives follow them to Frantic City.
68 8 "The Little Stranger"
"The Little Visitor"
Herbert Finn November 2, 1962
Fred overhears portions of a conversation that Wilma and Betty have about taking in a "little visitor" and Fred thinks Wilma is having a baby. He asks his mother-in-law to stay to help Wilma with the arrival of their baby, but, to Fred's chagrin, the "little visitor" turns out to be the Flintstones' paperboy, Arnold.
69 9 "Baby Barney" Warren Foster November 9, 1962
Fred's rich Uncle Tex is coming for a visit, and to stay on Tex's short list of inheriting his uncle's money, Fred had told Tex that Wilma had a baby boy and named him after his uncle.
70 10 "Hawaiian Escapade" Joanna Lee November 16, 1962
Fred wins a contest to go to Hawaii and be on a TV show, Hawaiian Spy (a reference to ABC's Hawaiian Eye). He is given a role as a stunt double for star "Larry Lava", but it's Wilma that turns out to be the big star instead.
71 11 "Ladies' Day" Harvey Bullock November 23, 1962
Fred dresses up as a woman just to see a baseball game on "ladies' day" with Barney due to their mutual lack of money.
72 12 "Nuttin' But the Tooth" Tony Benedict November 30, 1962

Barney has a toothache, so in order to have enough money for a boxing match featuring Heavyweight Champion of the World Floyd Patterstone (Floyd Patterson), Fred takes Barney to a veterinary dentist instead of one for humans. Due to the dentist's long telephone call from his wife and Barney's continued exposure to anesthetic gases during the phone call, Barney floats out of the dentist's office. The nurse watches Barney float by and matter of factly says, "Oh! there goes another one. We lose more darn patients that way." A panicked Fred tries to follow Barney to bring him down, but soon both are flying high above Bedrock.

Note: In real life, Patterson was no longer the champion when this episode aired. He had been succeeded by Sonny Liston.
73 13 "High School Fred" Warren Foster December 7, 1962
In order to keep his job, Fred must return to high school in order to earn the diploma that he was unable to earn years before and winds up making friends with the kids in the school.
74 14 "Dial 'S' for Suspicion" Herbert Finn December 14, 1962

When Fred sees Wilma reading a novel, he worries that she is planning on murdering him to collect life insurance money after a few near accidents.

Note: This is a parody of Dial M for Murder and Suspicion. This is the second episode in which Wilma's last name is "Pebble," this time by an old boyfriend named Rodney. The later name of "Slaghoople" was not mentioned in any early episode in the series.
75 15 "Flash Gun Freddie" Jack Raymond December 21, 1962
Fred and Barney take up photography as a hobby during their vacation from work.
76 16 "The Kissing Burglar" Joanna Lee January 4, 1963
A romantic burglar is targeting Fred's neighborhood and befriends Wilma before getting caught.
77 17 "Wilma, the Maid" Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen January 11, 1963
In order to impress his boss, Fred decides to hire a maid, Lollobrickida to make his boss a nice dinner, but after Fred promises to sing to her, she quietly quits and Wilma poses as the maid in disguise.
78 18 "The Hero" Herbert Finn January 18, 1963
Barney saves a baby's life when a runaway carriage rides by, but when he hands Fred the baby before the newspaper reporters and police arrive, Fred takes the credit. Fred then fights with his somewhat nasty conscience for taking credit as a hero.
79 19 "The Surprise" Warren Foster January 25, 1963

Fred resents Barney spending so much time taking care of his nephew Marblehead to the point their friendship nearly ends. At the end of the episode, Wilma informs Fred that they are going to be having a baby of their own.

Note: In this episode Fred breaks the fourth wall when he says the Flintstones are going to have a baby.
80 20 "Mother-in-Law's Visit" Warren Foster February 1, 1963
Fred's mother-in-law visits to help get Wilma ready for the new baby, making Fred miserable. Fred takes a job as a cab driver in disguise and makes all his money for the night driving his mother-in-law around.
81 21 "Foxy Grandma" Herbert Finn February 8, 1963
After his mother-in-law leaves, Fred goes through three housekeepers and finally finds an elderly lady that he is happy with. However, this sweet old lady turns out to be a bank robber named Grandma Dynamite.
82 22 "Fred's New Job" Warren Foster February 15, 1963
Fred needs a raise in order to pay the expenses of having a new baby arrive. He wants to ask the boss for a raise, but Mr. Slate puts on an act in front of Fred where he pretends to fire another employee for asking. Fred gets fired "for his own good" anyway after Barney dresses up as another employer and states that he wants to hire Fred for twice the money Mr. Slate is paying. Fred then has several jobs, but is fired from each one. After taking a circus job, Mr. Slate finds Fred and rehires him with a huge raise.
83 23 "The Blessed Event"
"The Dress Rehearsal"
Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen February 22, 1963

In order to prepare for the new baby, Fred and Barney do a dress rehearsal of taking Wilma to the hospital.

Note: Cameo of Flintstones cat Baby Puss in a fight with Dino;
84 24 "Carry On, Nurse Fred" Story by : Michael Maltese
Teleplay by : Joanna Lee
March 1, 1963

Fred has a tough time with the nurse that his mother-in-law sends to help Wilma with caring for the newborn baby, Pebbles. Fred fires her and takes over, but fails miserably.

Note: Fred's remarks of baby physician "Dr. Rock" is a spoof reference to Dr. Benjamin Spock
85 25 "Ventriloquist Barney" Story by : Michael Maltese
Teleplay by : Herbert Finn
March 8, 1963
Fred gets mad with Barney's ventriloquist joke that he pulled on him, claiming Pebbles could speak. Later, Barney comes over and calls a truce with him and he gets himself and Fred tickets to a big wrestling match. Fred calls a babysitter to watch Pebbles, but she comes over and parties instead of babysitting Pebbles. So Barney suggests that he and Fred sneak off with Pebbles to the big wrestling match that Wilma and Betty are watching on television.
86 26 "The Big Move" Joanna Lee March 22, 1963

Fred moves the family to an upper-class neighborhood to improve Pebbles's life but in the end decides their old neighborhood with Barney and Betty is the best thing.

Notes: This episode was edited on the Season 3 DVD set but It is not edited on The Flintstones Complete Series Blu-ray.
87 27 "Swedish Visitors" Harvey Bullock & R.S. Allen March 29, 1963

Wilma borrows money from a bank account and in order to get it back, she rents the Flintstones' house to some Swedish musicians without Fred's knowledge while they take a camping trip. When Fred drives a sleeping Wilma and Pebbles back home, he finds the Swedish musicians there and he and Barney attempt to get rid of them.

Notes: Yogi Bear (voiced by Daws Butler) and Boo-Boo make a cameo appearance. The Swedish singer Owe Thörnqvist provides guest vocals.
88 28 "The Birthday Party" Joanna Lee April 5, 1963

Fred says that he "doesn't want a birthday surprise party," although he really does. Barney tries to get him away from the real surprise party until everything is ready.

Note: This episode indeed airs as episode 88, but it was made prior to episodes 79–87. Episodes 79–87 are all about the coming of Pebbles, their baby. In this episode, it is stated that Fred and Wilma still have no children.




Voice cast:


  • Fred Flintstone – Alan Reed (speaking voice only)
  • Wilma Flintstone/Pebbles Flintstone – Jean Vander Pyl
  • Barney Rubble – Mel Blanc; Daws Butler (season 2; episodes 1, 2, 5, 6, and 9 only)
  • Betty Rubble – Bea Benaderet (seasons 1–4); Gerry Johnson (seasons 5–6)
  • Bamm-Bamm Rubble/Hoppy/Arnold – Don Messick
  • Dino – Mel Blanc
  • Mr. Slate – John Stephenson
  • Mrs. Slaghoople – Verna Felton and Janet Waldo
  • The Great Gazoo – Harvey Korman




Additional voice cast:


  • Howard Morris
  • Doug Young
  • Henry Corden
  • June Foray




Genre Animated
Created by William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Directed by William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Voices of
  • Alan Reed
  • Jean Vander Pyl
  • Mel Blanc
  • Bea Benaderet (1960–64)
  • Gerry Johnson (1964–66)
  • Don Messick
  • John Stephenson
  • Verna Felton
  • Doug Young
  • June Foray
  • Howard Morris
Theme music composer Hoyt Curtin
Opening theme "Rise and Shine" (instrumental) (first two seasons and the first two episodes of season 3)
"Meet the Flintstones" (remainder of the show's run)
Ending theme "Rise and Shine" (instrumental) (first two seasons and the first two episodes of season 3)
"Meet the Flintstones" (rest of the show's run)
"Open Up Your Heart (and Let the Sunshine In)" (some episodes on season 6)
Composer(s) Hoyt Curtin
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 166 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Producer(s) William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Editor(s) Kenneth Spears
Donald A. Douglas
Joseph Ruby
Warner Leighton
Greg Watson
Running time 25 minutes
Production company(s) Hanna-Barbera Productions
Distributor Screen Gems
Columbia Pictures Television
The Program Exchange (1987–1994)
Turner Program Services (1995–98)
Warner Bros. Television Distribution (1998–present)
Original network ABC
Picture format 480i (4:3 SDTV)
Audio format Monaural
Original release September 30, 1960 –
April 1, 1966



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