São Paulo - SP, Brazil, March 3, 2015.

Hello, friends from the Internet Animation Database and HB-fanatics from the whole world!

I've found, in the Flintstones and Hanna-Barbera unofficial site (  [monitorated by our friends Cassie Veselovsky and John-Paul Murphy]), a topic involving the featured voices in The Flintstones (the classical series, 1960-66).
All of us know who's who among the voices of the main characters from this series. But, besides of the main characters' voices, this topic also includes the special appearances of the celebrities and the additional voices of the secondary characters who appear in The Flintstones. And this list is very extense.
But let's centralize this list of the featured voices just in the special appearances and the additional voices.


- Hoagy Carmichael (as Stokely Carmichael).
- Tony Curtis (Stoney Curtis, in The Return of Stoney Curtis).
- James Darren (James Darrock in Surfing Fred [James Darren starred two TV series in the 60s: Gidget and The Time Tunnel {this last one, created and produced by Irwin Allen for 20th Cenrtury Fox, between 1966 and 1968}]).
- Ann-Margret (Ann-Margrock, in Ann-Margrock Presents).
- the unforgettable Elizabeth Montgomery (Samantha Stephens from Bewitched, in Samantha).
- Jimmy O'Neill (Jimmy O'Neillstone, in Shinrock A-Go-Go, 1965).
- Dick York (the first Darrin Stephens from Bewitched, in Samantha).
- Jack Benny (and his unseparable violin): as the Emperor Nero, in The Time Machine (1964).
- the cast from Bonanza (Lorne Greene, Pernell Roberts, Michael Landon and Dan Blocker): the Cartrock (from Cartwright) family, in Sheriff for a Day (1964).

ADDITIONAL VOICES (unless indicated otherwise, heard regularly throughout the series, 1960-66):

- Dick Beals (he voiced Buzz Conroy in Frankenstein Jr. & The Impossibles [1966]): boy-character voices (1963-66).
- Bern Bennett: speaker and announcer, in Fred Flintstone: Before and After.
- Herschel Bernardi (who starred the sitcom Arnie [20th Century Fox, 1970-72]): burglar, in Wilma's Disappearing Money (1961); store detective, in Kleptomania Caper (1962).
- Lucille Bliss (she voiced Snoopy in The Space Kiddettes [1966]; and Smurfette in The Smurfs [1981-90]): boy-scout Hugo, in The Good Scout (1961).
- Daws Butler (Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, Snooper & Blabber, Augie Doggie, Loopy De Loop, Snagglepuss, Hokey Wolf, Wally Gator, Peter Potamus, etc.): Joe Rockhead; Daws substituted for Mel Blanc while he was recovering from a serious car accident in five episodes from 1961: Droop Along Flintstone, Fred Flintstone Woos Again, The Hit Song Writers, The Rock Quarry Story and The Little White Lie.
- Pattie Chapman: various, in the bus driving episode (1961).
- Leo DeLyon (he voiced Brains in Top Cat [1961]): Lodge member, in The Beauty Contest.
- Alan Dinehart Jr.
- Walker Edminston
- Sam Edwards: various, in The House that Fred Built (1961).
- Verna Felton: as the Wilma's mother, Pearl Slaghoople (1961-66).
- Elliott Field: Alvin Brickrock, in Alvin Brickrock Presents (1961); Flintstone and the Lion (1963); Superstone (1965).
- June Foray (she voiced Rocky and Natasha Fatale in Rocky & Bullwinkle [Jay Ward, 1959-62]): in the episodes produced between 1963 and 1966.
- Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay from Bewitched ["Calling Dr. Bombay! Calling Dr. Bombay! Emergency! Emergency!"]): Ebby Brianstone, in No Biz Like Show Biz (1965).
- Paul Frees (he voiced Boris Badenov in Rocky & Bullwinkle [Jay Ward, 1959-62]; and Charlie Beary in The Beary's Family Album [sequence from The Woody Woodpecker Show]: announcer and Mr. Rockenspiel, in The Happy Housewife (1961 ["Make your hubby happy, keep your hubby happy, he's a happy pappy with Rockenspiel!"]).
- Sandra Gould (the second Gladys Kravitz, from Bewitched ["ABNER! ABNER!"]): various female characters (1961-62).

Well, I have to make a pause on this topic. I'll continue in another occasion, OK?