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The Flintstone Kids' Just Say No Special (1988)

TV Movie  |   |  Animation  |  15 September 1988 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Elizabeth Lyn Fraser ...
Hamilton Camp ...
Barney Rubble (voice)
Betty Bricker / Mrs. Gravelson / Female Announcer (voice)
Philo Quartz (voice)
Stoney (voice)
Dottie (voice)
David Markus ...
Joey (voice)
Michael Rye ...
Jean Vander Pyl ...
Dino / Fang / Crusher (voice)
René Le Vant ...
Officer Quartz (voice)
Kipp Lennon ...
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Was subsequently re-aired as an ABC Weekend Special. See more »


Follows The Flintstone Kids (1986) See more »

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A fun way to introduce the effects of drugs
27 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My parents taped this for me when it originally aired in the 80s. The plot is basic: the Flintstone kids need to raise money in order to buy tickets to see Michael Jackstone (obvious reference) in concert. While attempting to raise money from teamwork, some older kids try to push drugs on our young role models. After failing to raise the money, the kids enter a race whose grand prize is tickets to see Jackstone. The older drug users also enter the race, expecting to crush our heroes. The effects of high drug abuse is shown when the Flintstone kids win the race due to the poor health of the drug users.

This was one of a few cartoon shows (another notable includes Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue) in the 80s to show young children that drugs were bad. This was one of the more effective shows because every kid could relate to the story. The desired thought process in kids would be, "I like to win. Drugs will make me slow, meaning I will lose. Hence, drugs will make me into a loser." While most kids my age could care less about the message, it seeped its way into their subconscious (well, mine anyway).

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