Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas

Corrected entry: You can't really apply a lot of real logic to a 'Flintstones' movie, but they must at least adhere to their own logic set-up through the story line:When Fred is taking his 'driver's test' to be a bronto-crane operator, he takes the test on a mechanical, fully-functional simulation of a real living bronto-crane. This makes no sense, for the only reason they use animals for the mechanical devices in their 'world' is because they haven't yet reached an industrial stage in their evolution and don't have the knowledge or skill to build complicated mechanical devices. Yet, they somehow have built a giant mechanical bronto-crane, which is an improvement and advancement over the living version.

Correction: Mechanical bronto-cranes are likely to be very expensive to build and maintain, therefore it would make sense to use live bronto-cranes.

Corrected entry: None of the actors depicting the Flintstones and Rubbles in the first film appeared in the sequel.


Correction: Rosie O'Donnell, who played Betty in the Flinstones, voiced the octopus that gave Wilma and Betty their massages.

Continuity mistake: In the beginning of the movie when the letters of "Univershell" rotate around the Universal-logo globe, Earth is pictured as preglacial one-continent planet. When it's pictured as a background looking from out of the UFO it's the regular spaceview of Earth.

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Fred Flintstone: Your eyes are like two big blue eyes.

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Trivia: Harvey Korman who played the part of Wilma's father in this movie is also the voice of the Dictabird in the first Flintstones movie.

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