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Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby (1993)

Not Rated | | Animation, Comedy, Family | TV Movie 5 December 1993
Taking place after I Yabba-Dabba Do! (1993), the Flintstones and the Rubbles find out their children, Pebbles and Bamm Bamm, are soon-to-become parents.

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William Hanna
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Henry Corden ... Fred Flintstone (voice)
Raquel Welch ... Shelly Millstone (voice)
Frank Welker ... Barney Rubble / Dino / J. Rocko (voice)
Charlie Brill ... (voice)
Jean Vander Pyl ... Wilma Flintstone (voice)
Ruth Buzzi ... (voice)
B.J. Ward ... Betty Rubble (voice)
John Stephenson ... Mr. Slate (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Pebbles Flintstone-Rubble (voice)
Jerry Houser ... Bamm-Bamm Rubble (voice)
Mark Hamill ... Slick (voice)
Mary Hart ... Mary Hartstone (voice)
Gordon Hunt Gordon Hunt ... (voice)
Allan Lurie Allan Lurie ... (voice)
Janet Waldo ... Pearl Slaghoople (voice)
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Storyline

Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm, now married, soon become blessed: Pebbles is pregnant, so the Flintstones and the Rubbles go to Hollyrock and stay with them. Fred's rented a new RV for the occasion. Wilma, Betty, and Fred fuss over poor pregnant Pebbles, and won't give her a moment's peace. The excitement of being grandparents is strong; also along is old lady Pearl Slaghoople, Wilma's mom and the new great grandmother to Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm's kids. Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com> (Corrected by Anonymous)

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Trivia

Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm always had feelings for each other since the original The Flintstones (1960). They were very close in the series and always had each other's backs. See more »

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Follows The Flintstones (1960) See more »

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Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby
Music by John Debney
Lyrics by Mark Seidenberg and Rich Fogel
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Bedrock Lays in Shambles
12 April 2008 | by ClownbirdSee all my reviews

...after this piece of prehistoric junk. Awful, awful TV movie. Follow-up to the forgettable one where Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm get married. Everything is by the books here in regards to TV reunions: Wilma and Betty now own a catering business. Usually when we revisit beloved sitcom characters in TV reunion movies, the women are suddenly career women now working either as real estate agents or own a catering business. No one knows why, but it is an unwritten law to which all bad TV reunion writers must adhere. Pebbles works at an ad agency. Hoo boy. And Bamm-Bamm wants to be a successful screenwriter, evidently channeling the dreams of whoever wrote this piece of junk. What's even more offensive are the voices and character design. Jean Vander Pyl was the only surviving original (main) cast member, and she's fine (though H&B had the annoying and wholly unnecessary habit of electronically "sweetening" her voice for about the last ten years of Flintstones productions she worked on.). John Stephenson returns as Mr. Slate, sounding almost exactly as he always has. Excellent. Don Messick does a quick cameo as baby Bamm-Bamm in a flashback. Nice. But - beware! - this is a Henry Corden-voiced cartoon, and as wonderful a character actor as Corden was, he was terrible as the voice of Fred, yet H&B would never admit it and recast anyone else until the amazing "The Flintstones: On the Rocks" TV movie 8 years later. Corden's bizarre take on "Yabba Dabba Doo!" ("Yappa, dappa-doo!") must have Alan Reed rolling over in his grace. Surprisingly, we've got Frank Welker as Barney & Dino. "Surprisingly" because Frank Welker is versatile and very talented and the voice director (Gordon Hunt in "I just don't care anymore" mode) has managed to find the two voices Welker cannot do to save his life. Barney's frequent, all-but-involuntary chuckling that punctuates the end of a lot of his lines makes Mr. Rubble sound like he's suffering from emphysema. Dino, too, no longer barks, evidently having had his vocal cords removed, but instead wheezes. Would it have killed the producers to pay Mel Blanc's estate some money and just drop in some old audio of Dino barking and yapping and growling from the original series? The character design is atrocious. Wilma and Betty no longer have feminine figures but instead have bodies that resemble men in drag. Fred's head and nose in particular bear very little resemblance to any of the models they used in the original series. I saw this when it originally aired and was mortified. I just caught the first 15 minutes on Boomerang this afternoon and couldn't bear to watch any more. Horrible production; typical of late H&B cartoons and cartoon movies. Avoid it at all costs.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 December 1993 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Hollyroca por un bebé See more »

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1.33 : 1
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