Brought by happenstance to Fred's house and unrecognized by the boys, star Ann-Margrock helps them prepare for an appearance at the Bedrock Bowl.

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Fred Flintstone (voice)
Jean Vander Pyl ...
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Barney Rubble (voice)
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Betty Rubble (voice)
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Ann-Margrock (voice)
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Harry (voice)
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Mr. Slate / Dr. Ben Cavity / Sponsor / Guy #1 / Turtle (voice)
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Mr.Slate's company is building the Bedrock Bowl, which is about to receive superstar Ann-Margrock for its first show. However, going for a ride, Ann has a flat tire on her sports car and seeks help at the Flintstones' home. She gets attached to Pebbles. However, as they don't know who she really is (goes under the name of Annie), Fred and Barney practice for a "talent search show" for a chance to perform with Ann-Margrock herself. Annie decides to help the guys a bit... Written by RealLiveClaude

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19 September 1963 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the prehistoric or "modno-stonic" version of singing legend Ann-Margret. See more »

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References Bye Bye Birdie (1963) See more »

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The Littlest Lamb
Written by William Hanna, Joyce Goodwin & Joseph Barbera
Performed by Ann-Margret
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Ann-Margrock Presents-Viva Bedrock!
18 May 2006 | by (Bakersfield, California USA) – See all my reviews

Best classic Flintstone episode, simply because of Annie. Annie Margrock (that's Ann-Margret to us). The credits deserve a zero-minus (0-) for not just only forgetting to credit her by her name Ann-Margret in the credits, but not crediting her as "Special Guest Star: ANN-MARGRET as Ann-Margrock" Her animation wasn't bad at all, in fact Ann's animated stone-age image was beautiful, and her voice, I could picture her own live action self in every scene she was in as Ann-Margrock, especially with her singing two beautiful hits such as "My Littlest Lamb is Asleep" & "I Love You, But I Ain't Gonna Be Your Fool!" This episode is quite an entertainer whether you're a fan of Ann-Margret, Flinstones, or if you're like me, an Elvis Presley fan who digs Ann-Margret and remembers her in her role of Rusty Stevens in Elvis & Ann's famous MGM movie from 1964, "Viva Las Vegas". Why was she not credited in the credits? But as long as you and I know that that really WAS Ann-Margret using her voice and being practically herself in that episode, that alone is credit enough.


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