The Flintstones

Season 1 Episode 15

The Girls Night Out

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 06, 1961 on ABC
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Fred and Barney decide to treat their wives to a night out, at an amusement park. Fred cuts a song at a recording booth as a souvenir but misplaces the record. It is later discovered by a group of teens who pass it along to a deejay, and Fred is suddenly transformed into unwitting rock star "Hi-Fye."moreless

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  • Fred's recording of "The Rockingbird" becomes a hit song and he, Wilma and the Rubbles go on tour.

    9.8
    "The Rockingbird" was recorded May 31, 1960, and originally aired Jan. 6, 1961.

    These are my comments and questions:

    1. The 1960 theme and opening credits are used.

    2. Fred and Wilma went to Boulder Beach for their honeymoon.

    3. Fred mentions his high school graduation. That, of course, is contradicted in later episodes in which you learn he never finished high school.

    4. The teenagers all like Hot Lips Hannigan from the episode which aired Oct. 7, 1960. The continuity is right in this case.

    5. For those of you who can correct the cast list, the first girl's name is "Dreamstuff."

    6. Another appearance by "The Colonel." He keeps talking about "that Georgia boy." The Colonel in this case is obviously a parody of Elvis's "Colonel"; however, Presley was from Tennessee. So who is the "The Colonel" referring to?moreless
Alan Reed

Alan Reed

(voice) Fred Flintstone

Mel Blanc

Mel Blanc

(voice) Barney Rubble/Dino

Bea Benaderet

Bea Benaderet

(voice) Betty Rubble

Jean Vander Pyl

Jean Vander Pyl

(voice) Wilma Flintstone

Nancy Russell

Nancy Russell

1st Girl/3rd Girl/Kid/Bird

Guest Star

Mel Blanc

Mel Blanc

Colonel

Recurring Role

Bea Benaderet

Bea Benaderet

2nd Girl

Recurring Role

Jerry Mann

Jerry Mann

Boss/Announcer/2nd Boy

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