The Man Called Flintstone

Synopsis: In this feature-length film based on the "Flintstones" TV show, secret agent Rock Slag is injured during a chase in Bedrock. Slag's chief decides to replace the injured Slag with Fred Flintstone, who just happens to look like him. The trip takes Fred to Paris and Rome, which is good for Wilma, Barney, and Betty-but can Fred foil the mysterious Green Goose's evil plan for a destructive missile without letting his wife and friends in on his secret?
Production: Turner Home Entertainment
89 min


-Don't let him get away.

-Don't worry, I won't.




Detour. Watch out.


-We have parachute too.

-Good. Let's follow him.

That is our parachute?.


Some parachute.

Oh, shut up, you.




Ho ho.

We have him trapped.


Good. Let's squish him.


Hurry. Hurry. He must not escape.

He won't. We've, uh, got him now.




That's the end of Rock Slag.

Nice work, Bobo.

Thank you, Ali.



They think they've finished me off.

They don't know how tough

we secret agents are.

This is Secret Agent Rock Slag

reporting to Chief Boulder.

Come in, Chief.

This is Chief Boulder.

Anything wrong, Slag?.

Plenty. Ali and Bobo, two of the

Green Goose's strong-arm boys... me cornered and tried to do me in.

-Are you okay, Slag?.

I think I've twisted my tibia

and cracked my clavicle, chief.

Stay there, Slag. I'll get an ambulance

to you right away.

Right, chief.

Cracked clavicle. That's a bad break.

Just as we were closing in

on the Green Goose...

...and his nefarious SMlRK organization.

The whole world is in peril

as long as the Green Goose is loose.

Operator, get me the Bedrock Hospital.

Oh, Wilma, we're gonna leave now.

Okay, Fred. But please hurry.

We still have a lot of packing to do.

Be back right after we take

Dino and Hoppy to, uh, you know where.

I don't envy the boys.

Dino and Hoppy put up

such a fuss when they go to the vet's.

It's a shame we can't take them

with us. I'm gonna miss Hoppy.

I'm gonna miss Dino too.

But a camping vacation is bad enough

without dragging pets along.

How true.

Seems like there's a million and one things

to do when you're going on a trip, huh?.

Uh, yeah. We darn near forgot

to take Dino and Hoppy to the--

Don't say it, Barn.

-Oops, I almost gave it away.

-Watch it.

If those two knew we were gonna leave

them at the V-E-T-S for two weeks...

...they'd take to the woods.

Well, how are we gonna get them

in the office?.

We'll sneak up the back alley. They've

never been taken inside that way before.

Hey, that's a good idea. Ha-ha-ha.

Come on, Dino, we gotta see a man

about something.


Uh, yeah, uh, you too, Hoppy.



No, no, Dino, no. Hold it. Hold it.


Whoa, whoa, whoa.


Uh, take it easy, Hoppy, take it easy.

Calm down, now.

Dino, come back here. Come-- Oops.

Look out, Fred, coming through. Oops!

Oh, boy.

Mr. Flintstone, Mr. Rubble,

you're going about it all wrong.

-You have to use psychology.

-Psychology?. What do you mean, doc?.

I'll show you.

Miss Soapstone, send Zsa Zsa

and Dolly out here.

Yes, sir.

-Who is Zsa Zsa?.

-And Dolly?.

Zsa Zsa is a girl hopperoo

and Dolly is a girl dinosaur.

Watch this.


Arf, arf, arf.





I gotta hand it to you, doc,

you sure know your psychology.

Doesn't he, Barn?.





Uh, huh?. What?.

Oh. Oh, boy. Heh, heh. Thanks, Fred.

That psychology stuff

was working on me too.


I hope the girls have everything packed.

-I'm anxious to get started.

-Me too.

Hey, where are you going, Fred?.

This is the way to Rock Canyon Road.

Right, Barn. We'll save 1 0 minutes

going home this way.

But Rock Canyon Road is closed.

It's too dangerous.

Not for a good driver like me.

Hold on, Barn. Here we are.

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