Bea Benaderet

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VIDEO: The Story of Rocky's Raiders

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The Story of Rocky's Raiders
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Length: 25:00
Aired: 10/3/1966

The Flintstones find an old diary recounting the daring World War I exploits of Grandpa Rocky Flintstone, the "Flying Ace." watch

VIDEO: My Fair Freddy

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My Fair Freddy
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Length: 25:00
Aired: 3/27/1966

Fred learns a lesson in just being himself when he decides to join a swank country club. watch

VIDEO: Dripper

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Dripper
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Length: 25:00
Aired: 3/20/1965

A performing seal causes some slippery problems for Barney. watch

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On The Town
Mr. Magoo
The Flintstones: The Complete Sixth Season
Notorious

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Tender Is the Night
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Nothing but the Tooth
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My Fair Freddy
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Jealousy

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Credits

Year Title Description
1966 Road Runner TV Show Series, Voice - Granny
1963 Petticoat Junction TV Show Series, Actor - Kate Bradley
1962 Tender Is The Night Movie, Actor - Mrs. McKisko
1960 Peter Loves Mary TV Show Series, Actor - Wilma
1960 The Flintstones TV Show Series, Voice - Betty Rubble

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News

Okey dokey, my dad and I have ...

Question: Okey dokey, my dad and I have a bet riding on this one. My father says that Petticoat Junction came before The Beverly Hillbillies and that Kate and Pearl, though both played by the late, great Bea Benaderet, were not related. I, on the other hand, say that the Hillbillies came before Petticoat — and I am pretty darn sure that there was something about Kate and Pearl being distant cousins or something of the sort. Who's right? Thanks!Answer: Looks like it's a draw on this one, Ashley. And since you broke the age-old Televisionary rule and didn't tell me what your bet was (and that's Mr. Okey Dokey to you, by the way), all I can say is it's either a wash and you owe each other nothing, or you should buy something nice for one another. You're right on the first count: The Beverly Hillbillies read more

What was the first prime-time ...

Question: What was the first prime-time cartoon?


Answer: Assuming you mean the first prime-time animated network series, Ralph, that would be ABC's legendary Flintstones, which ran for six years beginning in September 1960 (and has been repeated in more places and at more times than I could begin to count). The show pioneered the half-hour animated comedy on network TV, and enjoyed a wave of merchandise sales decades before anyone ever threw on a Bart Simpson "Don't have a cow, man!" T-shirt.

The Flintstones was the fourth animated series created by William Hanna and Joe Barbera (after Ruff and Reddy, Huckleberry Hound and Quick Draw McGraw, all of which were either Saturday-morning or syndicated offerings). And according to Barbera, read more

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