World Distributors, 1963 Series
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

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Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Wilma Flintstone; Betty Rubble; Dino

Indexer Notes

Cover is a painting.

Introducing Pebbles (Table of Contents: 1)

The Flintstones / comic story / 14 pages (report information)

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Harvey Eisenberg
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Harvey Eisenberg
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Ta, da! Announcing the arrival of Pebbles Flintstone!
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Wilma Flintstone; Betty Rubble
Reprints
  • From The Flintstones #11 dated June 1963. Gold Key.

Treasure Hunters (Table of Contents: 2)

The Flintstones / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

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Pete Alvarado
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Steve Steere
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Fred! You and Barney promised to take us to Stoney Spring resort...this weekend!
Genre
humour; history
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Wilma Flintstone; Betty Rubble
Reprints
  • From The Flintstones #10 dated April 1963. Gold Key.

A star comes to Bedrock (Table of Contents: 3)

The Flintstones / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

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Hi, pal! Long time no see!
Genre
humour; history
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Wilma Flintstone; Ralph Sanderstone
Synopsis
Fred's famous comedian friend, Ralphy Rockem, is in town for vacation and wants to remain anonymous, but Fred tells everybody he is in town.
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  • From The Flintstones #11 dated June 1963. Gold Key.

The beat beat. (Table of Contents: 4)

text story / 1 page (report information)

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Pete Alvarado
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Rodney Rocktop had received a letter marked "Official Government Business."
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Rodney Rocktop
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  • From The Flintstones #10 dated April 1963. Gold Key.

Half a hero (Table of Contents: 5)

Cave kids / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

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Help! Help!
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Rocky Ranger; Flappy; Cave Kids [Short Stuff; Sandy Stone; Buddy Boulder; Sally Stone
Synopsis
When Flappy is on vacation and Rocky Ranger is unable to save everyone like he always does he finds that he can still help inspire them to save themselves, which is also a good deed. He rewards himself with a sleep break.
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  • From Cave Kids #2 dated May 1963. Gold Key.

The inside-out-job. (Table of Contents: 6)

Perry Gunnite / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

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Just look, Herman...the fastest feet alive...in person!
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Perry Gunnite
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  • From The Flintstones #6 July-August 1962. Dell.

Too many bongos (Table of Contents: 7)

The Flintstones / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

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What's the matter, Fred?
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Rodney Rocktop; Wilma Flintstone; Brenda Beatchick; Betty Rubble; Andre
Reprints
  • From The Flintstones #11 dated June 1963. Gold Key.

The pre-hysterical egg (Table of Contents: 8)

The Flintstones / comic story / 7 pages (report information)

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Guillermo Cardoso
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Oh, great! Now what do we do?
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Wilma Flintstone; Barney Rubble
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  • From The Flintstones #10 dated April 1963. Gold Key.

Too many monsters (Table of Contents: 9)

Cave kids / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

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We object! Were bored with sweeping out the clubhouse!
Genre
humour; historical
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Cave Kids [Short Stuff; Sandy Stone; Buddy Boulder; Sheepy Shale; Sally Stone; Suzy Quartz]
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  • From Cave Kids #2 dated May 1963.Gold Key.

Flying is for birds (Table of Contents: 10)

Cave kids / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Doggone snack-happy birds...always diving and dining!
Genre
humour; children; historical
Characters
Cave Kids [Buddy Boulder; Sheepy Shale]; Joe Roll; Brewster Brimstone
Synopsis
When Buddy and Sheepy are flying they have a problem with the birds carrying them dive-bombing for food and throwing them all over the place. They decide they need to come up with a new way to fly. They create a working air balloon but a flying dragon burns it up. They crash land in Fly Valley where everything that flies has an address. They come up with the idea of two pelicans holding food in their beaks to fly them so that they can eat while flying.
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  • From Cave Kids #2 dated May 1963. Gold Key.

A double ball, (Table of Contents: 11)

Ruff and Reddy / text story / 1 page (report information)

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"Hot dog!" exclaimed Reddy one morning, as he opened the mail.
Genre
humour; anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Ruff; Reddy
Synopsis
Reddy gets invited to a Dog Society's Ball and Ruff gets invited to a Cat Society's Ball. Reddy buys a cat costume so he can go with Ruff and Ruff gets a dog costume so he can go with Reddy. They get kicked out of both balls when Ruff meows when someone steps on his toes and when Reddy sings like a dog.
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  • From Cave Kids #2 dated May 1963. Gold Key.

When you wish upon a fish (Table of Contents: 12)

The Flintstones / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

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So long, Wilma!
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Wilma Flintstone; Barney Rubble
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  • From The Flintstones #10 dated April 1963. Gold Key.

Counter-fit-thrower (Table of Contents: 13)

Perry Gunnite / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

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Harvey Eisenberg
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Harvey Eisenberg
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Keep the change, my dear miss!
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Perry Gunnite
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  • From The Flintstones #11 dated June 1963. Gold Key.

Ski for two (Table of Contents: 14)

The Flintstones / comic story / 5.5 pages (report information)

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Carl Fallberg
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Kay Wright
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Oh, it's beautiful up here in Squawk Valley...
Genre
humour; historical
Characters
Fred Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Wilma Flintstone; Betty Rubble
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  • From The Flintstones #10 dated April 1963. Gold Key

Beastly band (Table of Contents: 15)

Cave kids / comic story / 5 pages (report information)

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Sandy...look what I found on the road!
Genre
humour; children; historical
Characters
Cave Kids [Short Stuff; Sandy Stone; Buddy Boulder; Sheepy Shale; Sally Stone; Suzy Quartz]
Reprints
  • From Cave Kids #2 dated May 1963. Gold Key.
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Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. Introducing Pebbles
    The Flintstones
  3. 2. Treasure Hunters
    The Flintstones
  4. 3. A star comes to Bedrock
    The Flintstones
  5. 4. The beat beat.
  6. 5. Half a hero
    Cave kids
  7. 6. The inside-out-job.
    Perry Gunnite
  8. 7. Too many bongos
    The Flintstones
  9. 8. The pre-hysterical egg
    The Flintstones
  10. 9. Too many monsters
    Cave kids
  11. 10. Flying is for birds
    Cave kids
  12. 11. A double ball,
    Ruff and Reddy
  13. 12. When you wish upon a fish
    The Flintstones
  14. 13. Counter-fit-thrower
    Perry Gunnite
  15. 14. Ski for two
    The Flintstones
  16. 15. Beastly band
    Cave kids
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