The Flintstones: Season 6, Episode 25

My Fair Freddy (25 Mar. 1966)

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Overhearing Wilma telling Betty that Dino has aristocratic ancestry, a member of the country club assumes it's Fred who's being spoken of, and invites the Flintstones to become members. ... See full summary »

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Fred Flintstone (voice)
Jean Vander Pyl ...
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Barney Rubble / Dino (voice)
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Overhearing Wilma telling Betty that Dino has aristocratic ancestry, a member of the country club assumes it's Fred who's being spoken of, and invites the Flintstones to become members. Fred knows he's in need of polishing, but when the evening of the big event at the country club arrives, he and Wilma have an inspiration: go as themselves and show the snobs how to have a good time. Written by Morganalee

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Per the title, the original Broadway production of 'My Fair Lady' opened at the Mark Hellinger Theater in New York on March 15, 1956, and ran for 2717 performances, which was, at the time, the longest run a Broadway show had ever had. The original production is still the eighteenth-longest-running production in Broadway history. Rex Harrison and Stanley Holloway recreated their roles in the movie. Harrison won the 1957 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical and Holloway was nominated for Best Featured Actor in a Musical. The show won the 1957 Tony Award (New York City) for the Best Musical. See more »