31. What is the best general reference work on the show?
My vote goes to The Flintstones: A Modern Stone Age Phenomenon by T. R.
Adams (Turner Publishing, 1994). It's a big, deluxe coffee table book with
beautiful color pictures and an episode guide, and, despite a number of
inaccuracies, it approaches every aspect of the series' history with a
seriousness and attention that is truly remarkable. The interview material
quoted in this document is taken from the Adams text.