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The 60 years of the Flintstones, those Ancestors are so similar to us
It was September 30, 1960 when Fred and Wilma Flintstone performing their on the small screen at Abc, it would take three years before The Ancestors, so we arrived on Italian tv. The cavemen created by the winning duo of animators, Hanna Barbera (together with successes such as Tom & Jerry, Yogi Bear, Scooby-Doo, the Smurfs) landed on the Rai in August 1963, with that signature amazing, the unmistakable scream of Fred Yabba-Dabba-Doo, the bar that became famous (born in the Italian version) "Wilma, give me the club", but above all that world so far away and so close. In the end the series was based on a simple idea, but brilliant: to tell how they would have lived our ancestors in a world between the stone age and America's economic boom.

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