Fred Flintstone & Barney Rubble Figurine - Bedrock Buddies - Hanna Barbera by Jim Shore
Measures - 4.04 in H x 4.21 in W x 6.89 in L
Folk art meets the Stone Age in Jim Shore’s new collection featuring the beloved characters from The Flintstones. Here Fred and Barney cruise in their foot-powered car decorated in Jim’s signature combination of quilt patterns and rosemaling motifs.
Perfect for the fan who collects cartoon memorabilia, Fred Flintstone, vintage Hanna Barbera collectibles, Jim Shore or anyone who wants to add Fred and Barney to their collection.
Fred Flintstone is the main character of the series. Fred is an accident-prone bronto-crane operator at the Slate Rock and Gravel Company and the head of the Flintstone household. He is quick to anger (usually over trivial matters), but is a very loving husband and father. He is also good at bowling and is a member of the fictional "Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes" (Lodge No. 26), a men-only club paralleling real-life fraternities such as the Loyal Order of Moose
Wilma Flintstone is Fred's wife. She is more intelligent and level-headed than her husband, though she often has a habit of spending money (with her and Betty's catchphrase being "Da-da-da duh da-da CHARGE IT!!"). She often is a foil to Fred's poor behavior.
Pebbles Flintstone is the Flintstones' infant daughter, who is born near the end of the third season.
Dino, a prosauropod dinosaur, is the Flintstones' pet who barks and generally acts like a dog. A running gag in the series involves Dino knocking down Fred out of excitement and licking him repeatedly. Though this irritates Fred a lot, he generally likes Dino very much.
Barney Rubble is the secondary main character and Fred's best friend and next door neighbor. His occupation is, for the most part of the series, unknown, though later series depict him working in the same quarry as Fred. He shares many of Fred's interests like bowling and golf, and is also a member of the "Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes". Though Fred and Barney frequently get into feuds with one another (usually due to Fred's short temper), their deep fraternal bond remains evident.
Betty Rubble is Barney's wife and Wilma's best friend. Like Wilma, she too has a habit of spending money.
Bamm-Bamm Rubble is the Rubbles' abnormally strong adopted son, whom they adopt during the fourth season; his name comes from the only phrase he ever speaks as a baby: "Bamm, Bamm!"
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