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In a prequel to the 1994 film, a young Fred (Addy) and his best pal Barney (Baldwin) take their girlfriends Wilma (Johnson) and Betty (Krakowski) on a would-be romantic weekend to Rock Vegas. There's a whole lot going on, as runaway society girl Wilma is being wooed by playboy Chip Rockefeller (Gibson), Chip's trying to bankrupt and frame Fred, and the Great Gazoo (Cumming) is on hand to observe earthly mating habits. Everything is appropriately cartoonish, including the story and the acting. Unfortunately, the only ones who'll be entertained are the ones who are too young to remember the original series (or the original movie for that matter).

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Available on Running time 90 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Adapted from Television, Cave People, Adapted from a Cartoon, Buddies, Viva Las Vegas!
Screenplay
Harry Elfont, Deborah Kaplan, Jim Cash, Jack Epps
Cast
Mark Addy, Kristen Johnston, Stephen Baldwin, Jane Krakowski, Thomas Gibson, Joan Collins, Alan Cumming, Harvey Korman, Alex Meneses
Cinematography
Jamie Anderson
Director
Brian Levant
Music
David Newman

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The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas
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Stacey

The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas came out in 2000 and has a total running time of 90 minutes. Mark Addy (as Fred Flintstone), Stephen Baldwin (as Barney Rubble), Jane Krakowski (as Betty O’Shale) and Kristen Johnston (as Wilma Slaghoople) star in this fun, family comedy. This movie is the prequel to the Flintstones Movie that came out in 1994. Barney and Fred plan a trip to Rock Vegas with their lovely girlfriend’s Betty and Wilma. What’s supposed to be a nice, romantic vacation turns into a bit of trouble. Chip Rockefeller is trying to win over Wilma and he is trying to frame Fred, along with some other cruel things. Will they get past the bad mishaps and finally enjoy their vacation? I liked the original better, but this one was still funny.