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The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown (2015)

The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown (original title)
Fred Flintstone and friends meet John Cenastone and other famous wrestlers.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeff Bergman ... Fred Flintstone (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Barney Rubble (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... Wilma Flintstone (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Betty Rubble (voice)
Eric Bauza ... Bamm-Bamm Rubble / Dino / Hoppy (voice)
John O'Hurley ... Mr. Slate (voice)
Russi Taylor ... Pebbles Flintstone (voice)
Brie Bella ... Brie Boulder (voice)
Nikki Bella ... Nikki Boulder (voice)
Bryan Danielson ... Daniel Bryrock (voice) (as Daniel Bryan)
John Cena ... John Cenastone (voice)
Mark Henry ... Marble Henry (voice)
Vince McMahon ... Vince McMagma (voice)
Rey Mysterio ... Rey Mysteriopal (voice)
C.M. Punk ... CM Punkrock (voice)


When Fred loses his family's vacation money, he hatches one of his hair brained plans to get it back. It's a sports entertainment spectacle that involves throwing his best bud, Barney into the wrestling ring with the likes of John Cenastone, Rey Mysteriopal and even The Undertaker, with Fred himself as event promoter. The crowds roar, the "clams" are pouring in from ticket sales and even Mr. McMagma is taking notice of all the hoopla. Including all-star appearances from The Boulder Twins Marble Henry and Daniel Bry-Rock, it's time to get the whole family together for hard-hitting, side-splitting laughs from the most epic event in all of prehistory. Plus new bonus content The Superstars of Fred Flintstone Entertainment, How to be a Stone Age Superstar.

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This was also Russi Taylor's final film, before her death on July 26, 2019. See more »


A sign indicated Bedrock has a population of only 25,000 yet it has the type of expressway normally associated with much larger cities. One might say that 25,000 people would be a huge city compared to most actual Stone Age settlements, but this cartoon (to say the least) is not known for attempting accurate historical portrayals. See more »


[from trailer]
Fred Flintstone: Yabba dabba do!
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The Warner Bros Animation and WWE logos crumble out of rock. See more »

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Reminded me of the first season of the original series in 1961
10 October 2016 | by RealLiveClaudeSee all my reviews

Whatever we think of this movie, based in Bedrock and guest stars WWE Wrestlers and their boss (if we count out CM Punk, which left before this cartoon was released but was left there as part of the story line), I kinda enjoyed it for the nostalgia and the fact that part of the WWE world is a cartoon by itself...

Most of the movie was drawn like season one of the original series. Even Barney gets close to the original voice (but I miss Mel Blanc or even Daws Butler in some of season's two episodes). However, it gets back to Fred's original "get rich quick" schemes, when he was denied of a vacation cheque due to an accident. An event staged by the Water Buffaloes gives him an idea with a few wrestlers he meets on the way (like John Cena, El Mysterio and The Undertaker) or some brutes (CM Punk and Mark Henry) and sassy Divas (the Bella Twins). And not forget Mr.McMahon ! And Barney might be the solution to get the clams in the pocket for a Rockapulco vacation for the families...

Watch for the fun of it, take it light. It's been a long time in my book the Flinstones lost it in animation (the original series were the best from 1961-66) but it brings back some nostalgia about how the Flinstones and the Rubbles were part of prime time a long way back.

Watch it in English mostly, not in French. Very bad Parisian dubbing and WB should have known Quebec had one of the best French versions in the 70s with the original series...

And by the way, watch again the one in season 3, when Barney does a ventriloquist trick to Pebbles to fool Fred, but ends up being spectators in a wrestling show to make it up...

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10 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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