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Leciono Uno for Fred Flintstone - CSP
Fred Flintstone is the main character of the animated sitcom The Flintstones, which aired during prime-time on ABC during the original series' run from 1960 to 1966. Fred is the husband of Wilma Flintstone and father of Pebbles Flintstone. His best friend is his next door neighbor, Barney, who has a wife named Betty and an adopted son, named Bamm-Bamm.
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Fred Flintstone lives in the fictional prehistoric town of Bedrock, a world where dinosaurs coexist with modernized cavepeople and the cavepeople enjoy "primitive" versions of modern conveniences such as telephones, automobiles, and washing machines. Fred's trademark catchphrase yell is "yabba dabba doo!", a phrase that was originally his club's cheer, and later adopted as part of the theme song from the third season on and used in the 1994 live-action Flintstones movie.
First appearance: The Flintstones, "The Flagstones" (pilot) (as Fred Flagstone), 1959, "The Flintstone Flyer" (1.01) (as Fred Flintstone), September 30, 1960
Created by: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera
Portrayed by: John Goodman (1994 film), Alan Blumenfeld (look-alike, 1994 film), Mark Addy (2000 film)
Voiced by: Daws Butler (pilot, 1959, 1973), Alan Reed (1960–1977), Duke Mitchell (1960–1961), Henry Corden (1965–2005), Lennie Weinrib/Scott Menville (The Flintstone Kids), Eddie Large (Team commercial), Keith Scott (Amber Tiles commercials, Wonderland Sydney commercials, Hanna-Barbera Gala Celebrity Nite and The Flintstones Gaming Machine), Jeff Bergman (1994, 1999–present), John Goodman (1994 pinball game, 1995 video game), Scott Innes (Toshiba commercial), Maurice LaMarche (Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law), James Arnold Taylor (2005–2011, 2016), Stephen Stanton/Dave Coulier/Seth Green (Robot Chicken), Fred Tatasciore (MAD)
Aliases: Frederick J. Flintstone, Fred W. Flintstone, Muscles Flintstone, "Twinkletoes" (his bowling alley nickname)
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Leciono Uno for Fred Flintstone - CSP
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A Guide to Ukulele Strums
Updated: Apr 11, 2019
Learn a variety of strums and rhythmic patterns in wide range of musical styles. One of the first skills a ukulele player learns is the art and craft of strumming, playing rhythm. This refers to an accompaniment technique suitable for the singer, singer - songwriter or someone who plays a support role for another instrument.
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