Flintstones meet The Jetsons Poster Dino Astro Fred Barney Wilma


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The Hanna-Barbera gang’s all here! Fred and Wilma Flintstone, Barney and Betty Rubble, Dino and George, Jane, Judy and Elroy Jetson along with Astro! A true classic, ready for framing!!! The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones is an animated TV movie featuring the first meeting between the characters from The Flintstones and The Jetsons. It was made by Hanna-Barbera. While Elroy Jetson is busy working on a time machine, George is ordered to come to Mr. Spacely’s office for a discussion. Spacely’s business rival, Cogswell, has been stealing Spacely’s business ideas under his nose; blaming George for the problem, Spacely orders George to go spy on Cogswell. George finds out that Cogswell’s new robot computer, S.A.R.A., has been seducing the Spacely robot computer, R.U.D.I., into leaking Spacely’s secrets to her. George tries to go tell Spacely, but R.U.D.I. won’t let him. Thousands of years in the past, Wilma and Betty are trying to convince Fred to have their vacation in Honolurock. Fred, wise to their plan, ignores their advances and, while at the quarry, tells Barney that he plans to take the girls someplace even better. Mr. Slate wants him and Barney to work a late shift, but instead they go to a poker game, hoping to use the winnings to go on holiday. Slate is also at the poker game, thinking they are working, so Fred tries disguising himself. Unfortunately Fred loses to Slate, and he and Barney are exposed, so Slate fires them. Back in the future, Elroy finishes his time machine. George doesn’t believe it really works, until Elroy demonstrates it. The Jetsons decide to use it to take a trip to the 25th century. Right before Elroy gets the machine working, his dog Astro accidentally sets the switch to “Past”. This movie was the last time that the entire “Jetson” voice cast was together. Apparently this movie has caused a conspiracy to arise: “For many of us, The Flintstones were our go-to source of facts and information about the Stone Age. But could it be that this beloved cartoon classic isn’t an accurate depiction of the Stone Age at all? Could it, in fact, be set in a post-apocalyptic future wasteland that’s been “bombed back to the Stone Age” for real? Let’s investigate. In the 1987 TV movie The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones, Elroy makes a time machine to send the family to the future. Chaos ensues when, thanks to a last second malfunction, they end up in the past. But, what if the machine worked? What if they actually just went to a future beyond their understanding?”

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