Fred and Barney are caught up in a swirl of spies' intrigue, with exotic and menacing strangers and multiple threats on their lives, all while Wilma and Betty are waiting for them to return with the burgers and buns.

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(as William Idelson), (as Samuel Bobrick)
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Fred Flintstone (voice)
Jean Vander Pyl ...
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Barney Rubble / Dr. Sinister (voice)
Gerry Johnson ...
Betty Rubble (voice)
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Don Messick ...
Hoppy / Bamm-Bamm Rubble (voice)
Doug Young ...
Jay Bondrock / Guard / Strong Guy / Bird (voice)
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After watching a James Bondrock movie, Fred and Barney goes to get burgers and some buns for the dinner. However, on the way, they witness a man being kidnapped after giving them a paper with a civic address. They meet the mysterious Madame Yes but not without being abducted by henchmen, who brings them to the notorious Dr.Sinister's island. Though they claim they know nothing about what's going on, they have to go into torture in a "Pit and the Pendulum" way, not without meeting again Madame Yes, the evil Dr.Sinister himself, and some judo chops to try to escape this evil island... Written by RealLiveClaude

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5 November 1964 (USA)  »

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In this episode, a spoof of the James Bond film franchise, the title villain makes his lair inside a dormant volcano. The James Bond film *You Only Live Twice*, released three years later, also features a villain who makes his lair inside a dormant volcano. See more »

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Undeniably My Favorite Flintstone Episode
20 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

I saw this episode before I got a chance to rewatch Jonny Quest from when I was terribly young, but I still recognized nearly all the music here from Quest.

I think some part of the kid I was then became annoyed with what Dr. Sinister was after, which was all a case of mistaken identity, but what did a kid know of something like that? Nevertheless, the episode stuck with me and I truly think it has to be my favorite of them all.

Hands down the best part is Jean Vander Pyl's Madame Yes, but the entire episode, with Sinister wanting to make Fred and Barney partners.

We also get two amusing 'expendable' characters who meet untimely fates. Truly a standout Flintstones episode.

Barney's pleas to be rescued from Madame Yes by Dr. Sinister is too rich.

"I'm too important to be captured!"


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