THE FLINTSTONES, THE CASE OF THE MANY MISSING THINGS
LOWERY’S Collector’s Number: MW20
at least one printing
Big Little Book® published in 1968.
Hard cover; Standard size: 3 7/8” x 5” x 7/8”; 4-color illustrations; 256 pages
Author: Paul S. Newman. Artist: Hanna Barbera Studios.

Cover Artist: Unknown.

TV INTRODUCTION

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COLLECTOR’S NOTES:

The Flintstones began on TV on September 30, 1960. The last telecast was on September 2, 1966. The ABC program ran mostly on Friday evenings from 8:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Alan Reed was the voice of Fred Flintstone. Jean Vander Pyl was the voice of Wilma. The story lines were parodies of suburban life in the 60s. In many ways the program resembled Jackie Gleason's popular Honeymooners program. To this date, it was the longest-running animated show in prime-time. Several spinoffs of the show were popular well into the 1970s

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