Flintstones: The Complete Series Blu-ray #HolidayGiftGuide

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the blu-ray I reviewed in this blog post. The opinions I share are my own.

The Flintstones: The Complete Series is boulder-sized fun for the whole family. Fans of all ages will crack up at the misadventures of the Flintstones and Rubbles, who consistently find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place.

Living in the suburbs in the town of Bedrock, Fred Flintstone is a devoted husband who is employed at the Slate Rock and Gravel Company. He is married to Wilma, a smart, strong-willed red-headed beauty. Their next-door neighbors and friends are Barney and Betty Rubble. The four of them are always involved in variety of hilarious shenanigans of every-day living. Although they live in pre-historic times, they have modern conveniences but they are made from stone age materials and mainly powered by animals. 

Since the stone age, The Flintstones has delivered entertainment that never shales to delight each new generation. And now, all 166 episodes are available for the first time in high definition. So grab a Bronto burger and Cactus Coola, and settle in to watch the first primetime animated television series and celebrate 60 years of history in the making.


Yaba Daba Doo! It's a classic quote from one of the most popular beloved cartoon series that I watched in my childhood, but was around for over two decades before I was even born. So when we were sent Flintstones: The Complete Series on blu-ray, I was very excited to re-watch this show and introduce my kids to Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty, Pebbles, Bam-Bam and Dino! 

The 10-disc series not only comes with all six seasons of The Flintstones, but it also includes two bonus movies: The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown! and The Man Called Flintstone. Re-watching this show with my kids definitely reminded me of when I use to sit in front of my grandmother's television early Saturday morning and watch as Fred and Barney get themselves into a situation while Wilma and Betty made sure everything was good on the home front. 

I absoultely lov that I now have the entire series in our family movie collection so that we can watch whenever we'd like. My two teens were interested in the cartoon for a bit, but this show kept my six year old glued to the screen and over the last couple of months, both Bailey and I have watched the first three seasons and she absolutely loves it. I think her favorite character would have to be Dino, anytime he is on the screen, Bailey lights up and makes the connection of a dinosaur being their pet to us having a dog as a pet. 

The Flintstones: The Complete Series, is now available to own on Digital HD for $74.99 (US and Canada) and on blu-ray retail for $84.99 in the US and $99.99 in Canada. For more information on how and where to purchase, be sure to head to Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received the above mentioned title on blu-ray at no cost for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received.


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