A major cartoon ride realized by Rhythm & Hues for the Universal Studios theme park. A ride through the composite prehistoric-futuristic world of the Flintstones and the Jetsons.
- Rhythm & Hues Studios is an American visual effects and animation company. Rhythm & Hues Studios was established in Los Angeles, California in 1987 by former employees of Wavefront Technologies, Robert Abel and Associates (John Hughes, Pauline Ts’o, Keith Goldfarb, Cliff Boule, Frank Wuts and Charles Gibson). The company uses its own proprietary software for its photo-realistic character animation/visual effects—as well as for those that are more stylized. [source Wikipedia]
- For more than 90 years, Universal Studios has been bringing unique entertainment experiences to millions of people around the world. We do this through our motion pictures and home videos, theme parks and attractions, television networks and programming, and much more. We are in the business of thrills and chills as well as tears and laughter — of inspiring wonder and ultimately transforming moments into lasting memories. Universal Studios has broadened its reach as one of the leading entertainment companies in the world. The Universal global brand has come to stand for the finest in exciting, exhilarating entertainment.
- Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. is an American animation studio that serves as a division of Warner Bros. Animation. It was founded in 1957 by former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer animation directors and Tom and Jerry creators (winner of seven Academy Awards for Animated Short Film) William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. For more than three decades in the mid-20th century, it was a prominent force in American television animation. [source Wikipedia]