Reruns of this show ran through the mid 1990's on TBN. An anime to promote Chrisitianity in Japan, this cartoon was hardly sappy as it contained action, robots, and lots of side story, and a radical dude-Jesus. For the most part the three children Angie, ?, and Corky (my favorite) traveled through t...
The Flying House(1982)
The Flying House is another show of "Superbook".
That show talk about the history of the people.
The Flip Wilson Show(1970)
The Flip Wilson Show was the first successful network variety series with an African-American star. In its first two seasons, its Nielsen ratings placed it as America's second most-watched show. Flip Wilson based his storytelling humor on his background in black clubs, but adapted easily to a televi...
TV's First Animated Prime Time hit. The wacky prehistoric adventures of Fred Flintsone, and his Neighbor Barney Rubble in the town of bedrock.
The Flintstone Kids(1986)
The Bedrock residents are downsized in this upbeat Hanna-Barbera cartoon. Features all the classic characters (save Bamm-Bamm and Pebbles), as well as some new characters such as Captain Caveman and son. The shows involved pint-sized Freddy Flintstone and his friends' adventures as students at Bedr...
Flintstone Funnies was a 30-minute Saturday morning animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions from September 18, 1982 to September 8, 1984 on NBC.
The series consisted of reruns of The Flintstone Comedy Show segments from 1980-82 which were repackaged in half-hour formats and retitled...