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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release The Flintstones: The Complete Series on Blu-ray and Digital HD in Fall 2020.<br />
The set will include all six seasons and 166 episodes of the original series, along with two additional animated movies – 1966’s The Man Called Flintstone and 2015’s The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown. Every episode has been remastered in HD.

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The Man Called Flintstone was their only animated theatrical film, so what would the other one be, The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones?
 

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Great that means we will have some decent quality. What does it mean ABC first run?
Not necessarily. They can scan the most beautiful elements in existence, but if they clean them up too much with heavy DNR and compression, like they did with Scooby-Doo! Where Are You!, we're screwed. The DVDs will probably look better in that scenario.
 

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Not necessarily. They can scan the most beautiful elements in existence, but if they clean them up too much with heavy DNR and compression, like they did with Scooby-Doo! Where Are You!, we're screwed. The DVDs will probably look better in that scenario.

Are you referring to last years 50th Anniversary collection? I didn't hear anything about the image quality issues
 

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To bring up an old topic, will "A Man Called Flintstone" open with Wilma as the Columbia lady which was missing from the DVD. Maybe if there are questions at the Comic Con panel someone will ask.

 
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To bring up an old topic, will "A Man Called Flintstone" open with Wilma as the Columbia lady which was missing from the DVD. Maybe if there are questions at the Comic Con panel someone will ask.


I didn't know that it wasn't included on the DVD.
 

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Are you referring to last years 50th Anniversary collection? I didn't hear anything about the image quality issues
I am, yes. They crammed the episodes onto four BD-25s and applied tons of DNR, destroying the look of the original animation. The unmolested original HD transfers are on Amazon and iTunes and they look beautiful.