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The popularity of The Flintstones is not built on the animated shows that broadcast from 1960 to 1966, but on all types of published media forms featuring the cartoon characters from the original show. For three decades, The Flintstones was the most successful animated show and it was ranked as the second Greatest TV Cartoon of All Time in a rank list in 2013, only behind The Simpsons.

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The idea of The Flintstones started after Hanna-Barbera produced The Huckleberry Hound Show and The Quick Draw McGraw Show . Although these programs were successful, they did not have the same wide audience appeal as their previous theatrical cartoon series Tom and Jerry , which entertained both children and the adults who accompanied them. However, since children did not need their parents' supervision to watch television, Hanna-Barbera's output became labeled "kids only". Barbera and Hanna wanted to recapture the adult audience with an animated situation comedy . [19]

As Barbera relayed to Emmy TV Legends , he hired a guy who had written for The Honeymooners . “We paid him $3000 and he was terrible,” Barbera recalled. “And the reason being is, he just wrote words. It was all dialogue. He had no visual gags, no nothing. Yak, yak, yak, yak. The Honeymooners had a lot of dialogue, but it was their expressions and [Art] Carney’s attitude that made it work. When you’re doing an animation, you better go beyond that. You can’t just have people making faces at each other. You have to move them.”

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