The Flintstones

The Flintstones (1960)

9 mistakes in season 1

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The Engagement Ring - S1-E10

Continuity mistake: Wilma opens the bedroom door to find Fred covered in flour, but in the next shot the bedroom door has vanished while Fred stands in the doorway.

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The Monster from the Tar Pits - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: When Fred comes in wearing the monster costume, there's a handle on the interior side of the door, but it vanishes when Fred hides to scare Barney.

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The Golf Champion - S1-E12

Continuity mistake: At the 18th hole, Fred's opponent Ben Boulder hits his tee shot on the fairway. But we see Boulder doing his second shot, he doesn't hit the ball from the fairway; he hits the ball from the same tee box on which he did his first shot.

Rooms for Rent - S1-E28

Continuity mistake: When Wilma is serving the two steaks for Fred at the dinner table, you can see there is steam coming out of the steaks, but when she places them in front of Fred the steam has disappeared.

The Split Personality - S1-E6

Continuity mistake: When Fred and Barney arrive at the bowling alley, they are seen standing in the doorway, but the very next shot shows Fred inside the bowling alley and Barney is nowhere in sight.

The Split Personality - S1-E6

Audio problem: At the bowling alley, there is a red haired man who is initially voiced by Alan Reed, but when he says "Hey guys! Did you get that?", he is voiced by Mel Blanc.

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No Help Wanted - S1-E5

Continuity mistake: When Fred and Barney are fighting over the television there are three knobs on the TV set, but when Wilma starts talking to Fred they have vanished, then they reappear.

Rooms for Rent - S1-E28

Audio problem: When the boys leave, Wilma says "Drop in some time to say hello" in Betty's voice.

Season 1 generally

Continuity mistake: Throughout the first season, Fred and Barney's boss' name changes from George Slate to George Granite and back.

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