To save money on meat, Fred decides to turn his vacation into a hunting trip, where the Flintstones and Rubbles meet up with a talking dinosaur.
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Fred Flintstone (voice)
Jean Vander Pyl ...
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Barney Rubble (voice)
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Betty Rubble (voice)
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Dino Snorkasaurus / Ed / Butch / Cop (voice)
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To save money on meat, Fred decides to turn his vacation into a hunting trip, where the Flintstones and Rubbles meet up with a talking dinosaur. Written by Morganalee

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27 January 1961 (USA)  »

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Dino Snorkasaurus: How are ya? Glad to see ya! Please go right ahead, don't mind little old me. We're drawing a Snorkasaurus aren't we? Yes we are, love it, love it, love it! But we are making mistakes, aren't we? Allow me sir, eh? Thank you. As I remember, a snorkasaurus is a handsome animal. Regal head. More shape to the neck. Well-proportioned body. And ah yes, the feet. Large but neat. And there we are. The snorkasaurus! Oh. Oh. I am such a forgetful dunce! One more thing. A snork makes a melodious sound, ...
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JERRY MANN's "Dino" is marvelous
13 February 2016 | by (Miami, FL) – See all my reviews

There is something thoroughly charming in this episode. Something which was never to return, for some reason, now lost to the ravages of time.

I am speaking of Jerry Mann's characterization of the "Snorkasaurus." There is something erudite, fussy, clever and very likable about Mr. Mann's singular performance. It begs for more but alas. it wasn't to be. It seems that Hanna-Barbera decided instead to make the Flintstone's pet lose the power of speech and "humanly" reasoning.

That was a great loss to us all. Had they continued on with this, the series would have profited from the involvement of a talking-reasoning "snorkasaurus".

I have little knowledge of who Mr. Mann was or what he looked like. Something which I am eagerly investigating now. Suffice it to say that he entire "persona" of this character is unforgettable..


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