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ABC (ended 2001)

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    dea300

    [1]Jul 13, 2009
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    What are some memories that you have of watching The Flinstones? I remember getting up in the morning and watching it. And I know my mother used to get home from school at lunch and turn it on immediately.

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    ProfessorBecky

    [2]Jul 22, 2009
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    Yeah, I always loved to get up in the morning like on weekends and catch my favorite Flinstone episodes. Yabba dabba doo! It brings back memories of the old cartoon shows I grew up watching, The Flintstones was one of the shows I loved to watch as a little kid, and still to this day.
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    Comicguy87

    [3]Jul 27, 2009
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    I used to watch it on Cartoon Network all the time as a kid but after a while my cable got taken off, but for a time it did air on CBS every Saturday for a while, so I had to watch it at my grandparents after it got taken off that channel.
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    lecagr

    [4]Sep 4, 2009
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    The Flintstones was a show ahead of it's time. The original run was from 1960-66, but to me it seems 1964-70 would have been more appropriate. But anyway you slice it, it's the best cartoon of all time hands down, a clever spin on The Honeymooners.
    Edited on 09/04/2009 2:21pm
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    KingofIPirates

    [5]Sep 20, 2009
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    I remember watching it at my Aunts house.
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    Carycomic

    [6]Oct 25, 2009
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    My favorite memories are the special guest "appearances" by "Stony" Curtis and Ann "Margrock." These two were voiced by their famous real-life counterparts, unlike teen heart-throb "Jimmy Darrock," whose speaking voice had been dubbed by the late, great comedian/actor Lennie Weinrib. Only the song parody, "Surfin' Craze," featured the real James Darren singing.
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    Raccoon1459

    [7]Apr 28, 2010
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    I have memories of watching it on TBS and Cartoon Network. Those were the days.
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