The Flintstones: The Complete First Season
From the moment they arrived on the scene, The Flintstones lived up to the words of their immortal theme song: a modern stone age family that is a page right out of history. The lovable temperament of Fred Flintstone…the delicious digs of wife Wilma…the hilarious jabs of neighbor Barney Rubble. They’re all present and (pre)hysterically accounted for with 28 episodes of the entire (pre)historic first season that will make fans shout “Yabba dabba doo!”
Scooby-Doo Where Are You? Seasons One & Two
Could a cowardly Great Dane with a penchant for blundering through scary situations become a candidate for generations spanning stardom? It’s no mystery: Scooby-Doo’s popularity endures-from Saturday morning TV origins to hit live-action movies. The whodunit format was a daring new frontier for an animated series, but the members of the Mystery Inc. team, hipsterish Shaggy, brainy tomboy Velma, bold and beautiful Daphne and heroic and handsome Fred, have grown to become authentic popular-culture icons. To solve their newest mystery, finding the most awesome Scooby-Doo DVD ever, with 25 vintage episodes you need only follow this simple clue: YOU’RE HOLDING IT!
The Jetsons: The Complete First Season
“Meet George Jetson…Jane, his wife… daughter Judy…his boy Elroy…” The catchy tune of The Jetsons ideally captures the lighthearted essence of the show, a futuristic counterpoint to The Flintstones that reflected the space-age optimism of the times. The Jetsons were the very first family, animated or not, to have a big-screen home entertainment system decades before it became a reality. They also had flying cars, floating cities and androids, all commonplace scenery in today’s most popular sci-fi blockbusters. Now, this beloved series teletransports onto DVD, all 24 hilarious season one episodes.
The Yogi Bear Show: The Complete Series
Not only was Yogi Bear (introduced on The Huckleberry Hound Show) “smarter than the average bear,” his popularity got him – along with sidekick Boo Boo – his own series, seen here in its fully restored and remastered 33-episode entirety. Beloved for his Robin Hood-like antics and endlessly inventive schemes to swipe “pic-a-nic” baskets, Yogi is arguably the first outlaw cartoon hero. Although a comic straight man, Park Ranger Smith, with tireless yet futile attempts to enforce Jellystone’s “Do Not Feed the Bear!” rule, undoubtedly deserved more credit. Fans will also recall series costars Snagglepuss the lion (“Exit, stage right!”) and Yakky Doodle, the devilishly “innocent” quackster with the famed lament, “I wost my mommy.”
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