A Flintstone Christmas
1977 film directed by Charles August Nichols
A Flintstone Christmas is a 1977 animated Christmas television special featuring characters from The Flintstones franchise. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera and is the second Christmas-themed animated work in the franchise.
- Barney: [drops a coin in the collection pot] Ho ho ho, and a Merry Christmas my good man.
- Salvation Army Santa: Ho ho ho, and a Merry Christmas to you.
- Fred: A few more of those ho ho hos and you'll be bro-o-oke for Christmas.
- Barney: Well I just can't say no to Santa Claus.
- Fred: You know those guys in the red suits aren't the real Santa Claus.
- Barney: I wouldn't say that Fred, he's here, he's there, he's everywhere.
- Betty: [seeing the tree that Fred's stuck on] Oh it is a beautiful tree!
- Barney: [laughs] Especially that fat little ornament.
- Fred: Very funny, Barney, now get me down.
- Barney: Okay Fred, okay, but don't forget your Christmas spirit.
- Fred: Oh sure, ho ho ho.
- Barney: [Fred hangs up an ornament] I wouldn't hang it there, Fred.
- Fred: 'I wouldn't hang it there, Fred', why not? [tree starts to fall]
- Barney: Don't look now but here comes the 'why not?' [tree falls on Fred] Quick thinking, Fred, you broke the tree's fall.
- Fred: Barney, get me out of here!