When Pebbles said "Yabba Dabba Doo" after talking with Mr. Pyrite on the phone, Roxy's blanket was blue and Chip's was pink.
Goof: When Pebbles announces the wedding is off to her parents and the Rubbles, notice that Betty's entire outfit is colored lavender when they react to the news.
Look fast for the following: Mrs. Slate, Uncle Tex, Perry Gunnite, Joe Rockhead, Sam Slagheap, Boney Hurdle, Charlie Cobblestone, all from the original series, and Wiggy, from The Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm Show. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera are wedding guests.
Everyone has a job now: Wilma and Betty are starting a catering business; Bamm-Bamm is a mechanic at the Gravel Avenue Garage; and Pebbles is a production assistant for the Stoner & Stoner & Pyrite Advertising Agency.
The wedding is at the First Church of Bedrock, and is presided by the Rev. Brimstone.
In this movie, Mr. Slate's first name here is George. From the original series, he's been given several first names over the years including Sam, Sylvester, and Nate.
Goof: The families had arrived at the picnic without their respective pets. Yet somehow, Dino and Astro were there to ruin Mr. Slate's chances of winning the final contest to Fred and George's dismay.
Goofs: In the scene George is using the camera, he's first seen without the yellow cap he wore in Bedrock. When he's about to take the picture, the cap is on his head. But after the Flintstones and Rubbles vanish with the time machine, George's cap is missing again. Later, when Jane is making lunch for her family, she had distributed all the meat slices between the plate and the pigasaurus disposal. But when George enters to get the plate, it seems Jane's distributing those last slices again as the stack of meat was slightly lower than before.
Goof: The squaking bird for Mr. Slate's phone wishes someone would invent the bell, but the phone at the Rubbles' house was seen with one earlier in the movie.
Goofs: The knob of the Flintstones' house door is missing after a sabertooth tiger knocks it down. Then when Judy slams it to the side when she enters, it drops down not by the wall, but right back in front of the doorway the first couple of times it went down.
Goof: Betty's eyebrows are briefly missing when she and Wilma are arguing as they try to help Barney after Fred drops him from the window.
Goof: When Rosey first activates the repaired time machine to find the Jetsons, only she disappears. But both she and the machine materialize when she arrives at her first destination.
Goofs: The sign that says "Original Caveman Car" is misspelled. And how do the replica age cars fly? Then, when Mr. Spacely walks away after telling George he won't dock his pay for the time he was gone, his shirt sleeves are missing. And when Dino affectionately licks him when he gives the Flintstones their car back, his collar is colored beige instead of light blue in the closeup shot.
Goofs: When everyone is taken by surprise when the Flintstones' car begins glowing, George and Judy's eyebrows are briefly missing. Then when everyone is saying goodbye to the Flintstones and Rubbles at the end of the movie, as the camera pans out to show the group, George's left sleeve is missing and as is Astro altogether even though he can be heard saying "See you 'round, Dino!"
Beginning with this movie, Mr. Slate's first name is Nate. He also goes by this name in The Flintstone Kids series. From the original series, he's gone through several different first names.
At one point in the movie, George is called "Mr. Jetstone".
Wilma's watch is digital--with Roman numerals! It says VII (that is, 7 p.m.)
Since the episode was written in 1977, Santa Claus' sleigh has a CB radio.
The gravel pit is called Slate Construction Co.
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm appear to be about 4 years old, and are walking and talking.
Note that Hal Smith, who voiced Santa Claus in the 1964 Christmas episode, returns to voice Santa again in this special.
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