For any lover of animation who grew up in the 1960s or later, Fleischer's Stone Age Series will turn out to be quite familiar in concept: Hanna-Barbera would ransack its viewpoint, takethe lead characters of Jackie Gleason's HONEYMOONERS skits and set them down in a world much like current America, but in which animal power took the place of electric power and in which everything was made of stone.
In this example of the Fleischer series, hubby sneaks off one evening to the local gambling club while wifey is snoozing. The jokes are predictable, although they are well executed, as one should expect of the Fleischer studio. The series petered out within a year, after the initial gag was exhausted.
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