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* Fred and Wilma appear in a drive-in movie in "[[A Jetson Christmas Carol]]".
 
* Fred and Wilma appear in a drive-in movie in "[[A Jetson Christmas Carol]]".
 
* The worlds of ''The Flintstones'' and ''[[The Jetsons]]'' did finally collide in ''[[The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones]]'', a TV movie that first aired in syndication in 1987.
 
* The worlds of ''The Flintstones'' and ''[[The Jetsons]]'' did finally collide in ''[[The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones]]'', a TV movie that first aired in syndication in 1987.
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* George appears in the video game, ''[[The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy]]'' in 1991.
 
* Fred and George switch places in the video game, ''[[Flintstones Jetsons Time Warp]]'' in 1994.
 
* Fred and George switch places in the video game, ''[[Flintstones Jetsons Time Warp]]'' in 1994.
 
* There were also several crossovers in [[comics]].
 
* There were also several crossovers in [[comics]].

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The Flintstones is an animated, prime-time American television sitcom that ran from 30 September 1960 to 1 April 1966 on ABC. It ran for six seasons and one hundred sixty-six episodes.

William Hanna and Joseph Barbera created the series. Produced by Hanna-Barbera, The Flintstones was set in the Stone Age town of Bedrock. This is a fantasy version of the past, featuring dinosaurs, and other long-extinct animals co-existing with cavemen. Their world is reminiscent of the contemporary America, with the exception that their technology is made entirely from pre-industrial materials and largely powered through the use of various animals. For example, the cars are made out of stone, wood, and animal skins, and powered by the passengers' feet.

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