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The Jetsons (TV Series 1962–1988) Poster

(1962–1988)

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An episode of another Hanna-Barbera show, The Flintstones (1960) (The Flintstones: Time Machine (1965)), in which the Flinstones and the Rubbles use a time machine at the Worlds' Fair to travel to the future, features a distinctly Jetson-esque 21st century.
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The first program ever to be broadcast in color on ABC-TV.
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The design of the Jetsons' flying car was inspired by a 1954 Ford concept car, the FX-Atmos, notable for its all-glass bubble canopy, dashboard radar screen, and jet-plane-like tail fins.
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One of the last shows to portrait a future funny, optimist and progressive, before of the 1973's Oil Crisis and the fight for the environment that in the 1970's changed the vision of the future.
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Originally ran for only 24 episodes during the 1962-1963 TV season. In 1985 the program was revived, with new episodes designed to syndicate alongside the originals.
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The Jetsons' phone number is VENUS-1234.
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The Jetson's domestic robot is called Rosie the Robot. It's a reference for the iconic Robbie the Robot appeared in Forbidden Planet (1956).
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The character 'George Jetson' was ranked #4 in TV Guide's list of the "25 Greatest Sci-Fi Legends" (1 August 2004 issue).
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Based on the "Blondie" comic strip and series. Penny Singleton, who played Blondie in the 1940s series, was the voice of Jane Jetson.
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The Jetson clan appeared in print ads for Electrasol Dish Washer tabs and were the subject of a series of collectible tins (2004-05) . Jane also appeared in circular coupons
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