Flintstones costumes will send your family back to the stone ages this Halloween. To transform your family into the first family of Bedrock, you can get yourself a terrific Fred Flintstone costume, as well as one for his favorite cavewoman, Wilma. There are a number of Halloween costumes available for Fred and Wilma Flintstone, the main characters of the show, and their baby Pebbles.
If you prefer not to be the stars of the show, or simply don’t look like Fred enough to pull him enough, there are still costumes from the Flintstones for you. The neighbors, Barney and Betty Rubble and their baby Bamm-Bamm, also have their own ensembles. Both men’s costumes are available in different sizes, to suit most all Barneys and Freds!
The Flintstones makes for a tremendous group costume as well because there are a host of different characters that came from the Flintstones. So grab your neighbors and dress everybody up to go together to the Halloween party! They include the Flintstones’ “dog” Dino, which is a dinosaur. This is the perfect costume for your own dog, plus there’s a Dino costume for your child as well. If you have a teen who’s into The Flintstones then there’s also a teen version of the Pebbles character, for them. Another wonderful character in this series is a kangaroo called Hoppy, who acts as the babysitter. An alien involved in the shenanigans is called The Great Gazoo, and he’s from a planet called Zaitox. With all of these costume ideas, and the instantly recognizable nature of the characters, it makes a great group or couples costume idea.
About The Television Show
The Flintstones is a very popular animated TV series that ran for six years, starting in 1960. Hanna-Barbera produced the show and the appeal was that this animated family and his friends and neighbors were working class. Fred worked in a quarry and moved rocks all day. Vehicles were powered by humans and dinosaurs were part of the landscape. Fred’s signature is a spotted one piece toga with a big tie. He did like to dress up now and then.
There will be a revival of The Flintstones on television through the Fox network’s anticipated tv series scheduled to hit the air in 2013. Seth McFarlane, the creator of Family Guy and American Dad!, will produce it. With his prior experience at Hanna Barbera, McFarlane should be a great choice. We look forward to the return of Fred Flintstone and the rest of the gang to our televisions. Until then, if you want to see the Flintstones, you’ll have to buy a costume.