Who was the voiceover for Fred Flintstone?

Who was the voiceover for Fred Flintstone?

LOS ANGELES, May 20 – Henry Corden, the voice of the cartoon caveman Fred Flintstone, with his “Yabba dabba doo!,” for more than two decades, died on Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 85. The cause was emphysema, his longtime agent, Don Pitts, said.

Did Jackie Gleason do the voice of Fred Flintstone?

Fred Flintstone physically resembles both the first voice actor who played him, Alan Reed, and Jackie Gleason, whose series, The Honeymooners, inspired The Flintstones.

How many voices did Fred Flintstone have?

Fred Flintstone
Voiced by Daws Butler (pilot; 1959, 1973) Alan Reed (1960–1977) Duke Mitchell (1960–1961) Jerry Wallace (1962) Henry Corden (1965–2005) Lennie Weinrib/Scott Menville (The Flintstone Kids) Jeff Bergman (1994, 1999–present) James Arnold Taylor (2005-present)

Is Family Guy based on The Flintstones?

Heavily influenced by the Flintstones’ original producers Hanna-Barbera – for whom he was an animator and writer – MacFarlane’s Family Guy debuted on Fox in 1999.

Who played Wilma Flintstone?

Jean Vander PylThe Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show
Julie McWhirterThe Flintstone KidsTress MacNeilleHarvey Birdman: Attorney at LawElizabeth FrazerThe Flintstone Kids
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How many voices were there for Barney Rubble?

Anyone who’s watched enough of The Flintstones will have noticed that the character of Barney Rubble had three distinct voices over the course of the series: For the first season and the earlier part of the second, Mel Blanc voiced the character in a high-pitched, smart-alecky voice.

What does Bonnie rubble mean?

“Greenway has stated his nickname “Barney” came from a time when he used to drink alcohol. He stated he would get so drunk that when he went anywhere, he would bump into everything. From this behaviour, he would be called “Rubble”, which changed to “Barney Rubble” and then just “Barney”.[4]”

Why is a fight called a Barney?

“Got into a bit of a barney last night” means I got into a fight or had some trouble. Barney comes from Cockney rhyming slang – Barney Rubble = trouble. Fight.