The Flintstones

Season 6 Episode 20

Curtain Call at Bedrock

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Feb 18, 1966 on ABC
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Curtain Call at Bedrock
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Fred refuses to play the lead in the PTA show, "Romeorock and Julietstone," opposite Wilma, so she casts Barney instead. Feigning the mumps, Barney (who is terrible in the part) drops out, forcing Fred to take over. But then laryngitis causes Wilma to drop out, so Barney rushes back in, now playing Julietstone!moreless

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    Alan Reed

    Alan Reed

    (voice) Fred Flintstone

    Mel Blanc

    Mel Blanc

    (voice) Barney Rubble/Dino

    Don Messick

    Don Messick

    (voice) Bamm-Bamm Rubble

    Gerry Johnson

    Gerry Johnson

    (voice) Betty Rubble

    Jean Vander Pyl

    Jean Vander Pyl

    (voice) Wilma Flintstone/Pebbles Flintstone

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • This is the third episode about Romeo and Juliet. The others were 'The Most Beautiful Baby in Bedrock' and 'Dino & Juliet'. This time, the play's characters are named Julietstone Capulet and Romeorock.

      • Why is Wilma in the PTA? Pebbles isn't old enough to be in school yet.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Fred: What! Barney where are you?
        Barney: You told me to get on the balcony.
        Fred: No, I meant in the play. Watch out for that rock in the road.
        Barney: Watch out for that rock in the road Julietstone. (crashes)

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Romeorock and Julietstone

        The title of the play featured in the episode is a spoof of a extremely well known play called Romeo and Juliet. Written by William Shakespeare, the story is about two lovers, whose families are rivals, are told they cannot be together. It concludes by both Romeo and Juliet commiting suicide by drinking poison.

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