If you use Google than you probably saw their adorable ode to the classic cartoon The Flintstones. People of a ‘certain’ age know Bedrock residents Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty and Pebbles and Bamm Bamm well. The show first aired on September 30th, 1960 and ran for five years. But there imprint on pop culture lived far beyond it’s short five year run with live action feature films, animated spin-offs and of course merch, merch and more merch. To celebrate their 50th birthday, here are five super cool Flintstones goodies…for little and big kids!
(Above) Flintstone’s crochet patterns
For those who are crafty and just happen to have crocheting in their repertoire, Etsy seller Amigurimi shop has created a PDF pattern of the Flintstone characters. It’s for the intermediate crocheter, so you should have some skills before you start. You can get the whole set of seven for $29.95 right here.
Halloween is right around the corner, if you kid is feelin’ a bit retro, they can go trick or treating in their own Bamm Bamm costume. Available here for $26.99.
To get in touch with your inner Fred Flintstone, you can don this whimsical shirt by Junk Food. Available here for $28.
Betty and Wilma got the Barbie treatment with this Silver Label collectors set. The duo are available right here for $34.99.
Every episode of their five year run has been compiled into a 24 DVD disc collection. It’s available here for $109.49.
And learn more about the Flintstones here! The Flintstones Characters Turn 50! Were Inspired By Real People