Movie: The Flintstones' New Neighbors [1980] Movie: The Flintstones' New Neighbors [1980]

Movie: The Flintstones' New Neighbors [1980] Movie: The Flintstones' New Neighbors [1980]

Barney Rubble:
Looks like somebody's moving a house, sheesh what a spooky looking place.



Fred Flintstone:
Where do you suppose they're moving it to, the city dump?



Barney Rubble:
[thunder crashes, lightning strikes and a vulture laughs] Wow! Did you see that?



Fred Flintstone:
[comes back up from hiding] How would you like to have that living next door to you?



Barney Rubble:
There goes the neighborhood.

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Frank Frankenstone:
[Stubby comes up from the basement] And this is our youngest, Stubby.



Hidea Frankenstone:
Stubby, say hello to Mrs. Flintstone.



Stubby Frankenstone:
Hello.



Wilma Flintstone:
Hello Stubby, what're you doing with that shovel?



Stubby Frankenstone:
Digging graves in the cellar.



Fred Flintstone:
Huh? D-digging graves in the ce-cellar?



Hidea Frankenstone:
[laughs] It keeps him in the house you know.

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Fred Flintstone:
Honest, Wilma, vultures and bats, and a dark rain cloud over the roof. They HAD to be taking it to the city dump.



Wilma Flintstone:
Vultures and bats? Who'd want to live in a creepy house like that?



Fred Flintstone:
I don't know, well whoever they are, I wouldn't want to know them.



Barney Rubble:
[knocking] Hey Fred, open up!



Betty Rubble:
[Fred opens the door] Wilma, you poor dear, I'm so sorry.



Wilma Flintstone:
About what?



Fred Flintstone:
Yeah, what do you mean?



Barney Rubble:
Oh bad news, Fred, look out the window.


[Fred and Wilma look out the window]



Wilma Flintstone:
Fred!



Fred Flintstone:
No! Tell me it isn't true!



Wilma Flintstone:
[the spooky house is next door to them] That looks like the creepy house you were telling me about!



Fred Flintstone:
They must've bought the lot next door!

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Wilma Flintstone:
We're Wilma, Fred, and Pebbles.



Hidea Frankenstone:
[shakes Fred's hand] So nice to meet you, Pebbles.



Fred Flintstone:
[points to Pebbles] That's Pebbles.



Hidea Frankenstone:
Oh I'm so sorry, please forgive me, Wilma.



Fred Flintstone:
[points to Wilma] SHE'S Wilma!



Hidea Frankenstone:
Goodness, I'm so terrible with names.

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Fred Flintstone:
[a long green hairy hand with claws puts out a milk bottle and shuts the door] What the heck was that?



Barney Rubble:
Looks like a milk bottle with a note in it.



Fred Flintstone:
I know that! I mean the hand, the giant hairy hand!



Betty Rubble:
Look! There it is again!



Barney Rubble:
Yeah and it's pulling in the clothesline.



Wilma Flintstone:
A shirt with 4 sleeves? I don't believe it.



Betty Rubble:
Would you believe a 2 neck sweater?



Barney Rubble:
Or a pair of pants with 4 legs?

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