Thursday, September 30, 2010
We'll have a gay old time
A long, long time ago in front of a TV set far, far away, I was recuperating from the flu and I was sprawled out on the couch feeling somewhat feverish when I saw an episode of The Flintstones that had to have been the wackiest ever produced by Hanna-Barbera—and there are plenty of candidates for that honor, let me tell you. It was called “Samantha,” and it featured the Samantha and Darrin Stephens characters from Bewitched (in cartoon form) as next-door neighbors to the modern Stone Age family. What’s more, the voices were supplied by Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York, the stars of the fantasy sitcom.
this post at Edward Copeland on Film.