The Pebbles and Bamm Bamm angle really didn't add anything to the story and their silly songs slowed it down. But the TV audience had grown to love Peb' and Bamm and so it was obligatory the film devote some time to them.
|Composite of the aerial view of prehistoric Paris.|
I admit I wasn't aware of this movie in 1966... the year I turned 14. I only saw it recently and I was amazed. When I watched the opening credits I was pretty sure Maurice Noble had overseen the layouts... but no, this was pure Hanna Barbera.
|Hmmm... miles instead of kilometers. Well, the times were prehistoric, after all.|
extensive biography and as the movie demonstrates he maintained standards of design excellence. So I guess it makes sense. Plus, Bickenbach, Takamoto, Eisenberg, Singer, et al must have been extremely busy with all the TV shows they had going every Saturday morning.
Quintessential HB, this is how they should be remembered.