The Flintstones: Season 1, Episode 19

The Hot Piano (3 Feb. 1961)

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Fred would love to give Wilma a real stunner of an anniversary gift--a baby grand piano--but its cost is way out of his league, until "Eighty-Eight Fingers Louie" offers him a real steal of a deal.

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Fred would love to give Wilma a real stunner of an anniversary gift--a baby grand piano--but its cost is way out of his league, until "Eighty-Eight Fingers Louie" offers him a real steal of a deal.

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Because an anniversary song based on a variation of "Happy Birthday to You" would have raised copyright and royalty issues, the producers instead created an original anniversary song that Barney and the police officers sing to a tune based on the "Willam Tell Overture," which is in the public domain. See more »

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At the rate of speed the piano moved through Fred's house, the piano should have been already on the street by the time Fred explained to Wilma that what she saw she didn't see. About 40 seconds later, Barney, laying on the ground, tells Fred he has just been run over by a piano, and then the piano is shown just beginning to leave Fred's yard. See more »

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Fred Flintstone: [seeing Barney lying on the ground, obviously in pain] What happened to you?
Barney Rubble: [in agony] I just got run over by a piano!
Fred Flintstone: Which way did it go?
Barney Rubble: [indicating with a raised arm] That-a-way.
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