Jane, Judy, and... George? Is That You?????
I was always a bigger fan of The Flintstones than I was of The Jetsons, but I have to admit, the Jane Jetson Costume, above, is ridiculously cute. The orange wig and boots are included with the dress.
The other family members are shown below – Not sure what’s up with “George,” though!
The Jetsons Trivia:
- The Jetsons was the first program ever to be broadcast in color on ABC.
- Based on the Blondie comic strip.
- Mel Blanc was the voice of Cosmo S. Spacely.
- The Jetsons’ phone number is VENUS-1234.
- The Jetson clan appeared in print ads for Electrasol Dish Washer tabs and were the subject of a series of collectible tins (2004-05) .
- George O’Hanlon (the voice of George Jetson) portrayed a TV Commentator in the 1976 smash hit “Rocky.”
- Don Messick (Astro) is a legendary voice actor. Among countless other characters, he was Dr. Benton C. Quest and Bandit in Johnny Quest, Muttley on Wacky Races, Sebastian the Cat in Josie and the Pussycats, and perhaps most memorable of all… he was Scooby Doo!
- Jean Vander Pyl brought Rosie the Robot to life. Flintstone fans, such as myself, will recognize the name as the voice behind Wilma.
- Janet Waldo (Judy Jetson) was also the voice for Penelope Pitstop in Wacky Races. She provided the voice for many memorable animated characters and appeared, herself, in a great number of television shows such as The Andy Griffith Show, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet, Petticoat Junction, and I Love Lucy.
- On the episode of The Andy Griffith Show titled “A Wife for Andy,” Janet Waldo was Amanda.