Fred records a record in an amusement-park booth and by mistake leaves it behind. When the record is found and played on the airwaves, it becomes a big hit, and Fred's a star.
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Fred Flintstone (voice)
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Barney Rubble (voice)
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Betty Rubble (voice)
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Fred records a record in an amusement-park booth and by mistake leaves it behind. When the record is found and played on the airwaves, it becomes a big hit, and Fred's a star.

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Some Night Out!
9 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Wilma and Betty complain that the guys never take them out. Fred comes up with the idea of taking them to the amusement park. Wilma protests at first, but Betty talks her into it. The guys have fun while the girls are miserable. However, the real fun starts when Fred makes a record, but leaves it in the park's recording booth. Some kids find it and flip over it! After a record company's search for the unknown singer leads them to Fred, they immediately dress Fred up and hit the road! Wilma and Betty think they will be traveling in style, but they end up in a ragged, old truck and at a series of concerts where Fred sings the same song over and over! Feeling they will go insane if this continues, the girls devise a plan to save their sanity! The southern road manager steals each scene he's in by always referring to a "Georgia-boy" that sounds a lot like Elvis Presley! Fred's singing and stage routine makes for a lot of laughs along with the teens following his concerts! This is one of my favorite Flintstones episodes!


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