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Re: Yaba daba do!
The French version used also a litteral translation: 'The Flintstones'
became 'Les Pierrafeu' (pierres à feu). It should be noted that the
'regular' French (ugh) translation and dubbing is different from the
Canadian French one. 'Bedrock' became then 'Caillouville' in France
and 'Saint-Granit' in Canada.
I had the opportunity to watch this sitcom when I was a child with
other Hanna & Barbera cartoons such as 'The Jetsons' ('Les Jetsons').
It was already outdated - I was born in 1984 - but I had so much fun
watching these !
And contrary to Greg Paul, this is unfortunately not the reason why I
became interested in paleontology.
Anyway, Happy birthday !
2010/10/2 Renesto Silvio Claudio <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> In Italian the Flintstones were renamed "Gli Antenati" (the Ancestors) while
> the Jetsons were "I pronipoti" (the grandnephews)
> Da: owner-VRTPALEO@usc.edu [owner-VRTPALEO@usc.edu] per conto di STUART
> SUMIDA [email@example.com]
> Inviato: sabato 2 ottobre 2010 20.19
> A: VRTPALEO@usc.edu
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Oggetto: Re: Yaba daba do!
> So fo ryou trivia buffs, the Flintstones were tranlated into many languages.
> (Example, in German, "Fuersteins", as flint is "fire-stone".) Others???