The Flintstones: Season 4, Episode 15

Once Upon a Coward (26 Dec. 1963)

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Fred complies with an armed robber's demand that he offer no resistance, but sweats thereafter with the fear that he has been a coward.

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Wilma and Fred are victims of a hold-up. The armed robber backs away while warning them to count "nice and slow, see..." Fred suffers with his fear that Wilma regards him as a coward, despite her protests, until the day he hears a voice that he recognizes as the one that warned him to count "nice and slow"... Written by Morganalee

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The title comes from the first line of The Raven written by American writer Edgar Allan Poe and first published in January 1845. "Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore..." See more »

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