gigantic bird (Pterodactyl-like) has a stone passenger cab
strapped to its back while it flies to the destination.
Bird Alarm Clock: A
pointy beaked bird, sitting on top of a clock, hammers on metal bells.
Automatic Door Opener: The doors at the super
market are automated with rope secured to the door while a
bird perched on a stand pulls with his beak.
on the head of the bird sweep up the dust as Wilma holds him
by his legs.
Bird Camera: The stone camera houses a
talented bird that
chisels images onto stone tablets with its beak.
Horn: A bird sitting on the side of the
car honks when Fred squeezes him.
Bird Clothes Pins: Birds hold clothes on the line two
different ways. One time with their beaks clamped
on the line, and in another episode they just sat on the line
and held the clothes with their feet.
Needles: Wilma uses the beaks of two small
birds to knit a sweater.
Fire Starter: Blows air on the fire to keep the coals going
when its legs are squeezed back and forth.
Hedge Clipper: The bird bites of branches
with its beak when Fred squeezes its legs back and forth.
Intercom: A talking bird flies back
and forth between stone boxes to relay messages. (and makes
his own sarcastic remarks)
Opener: The long beak of a bird is used to
The long, pointy beak of a bird is dipped in ink and used as a
Pie Maker: Wilma holds the bird as it trims
the extra pie crust around the pan with its beak. Then
it's feet are used to crimp the top and bottom crust
Bird Rake: This bird's
claw feet rake the grass while Wilma holds the bird by his neck.
Record Player: The tip of the long, pointy
beak of the bird follows the groove of the record that spins
on the back of a turtle.
Sewing Machine: A bird sits on a stone slab and sews
fabric with the thread through its needlelike beak.
Whistle: A string tied to the birds tail is pulled
at quitting time and it squawks like a whistle.
Razor: Fred catches a bee out of the window and
puts it in a clam shell to buzz off his stubble.
small, very fury, prehistoric cat lays on his back and is pushed around on the
floor with a stick to whisk up dirt.
Lawnmower: Barney pushes a crab while it
clips the grass with its claws.
Cuckoo Clock Alarm:
A birdhouse equipped with
a bed, hourglass (to remind the cuckoo what time it is) and a
Automatic Ball Pitcher: The Dinosaur tips
back a bowl of baseballs strapped to his head; the ball rolls
down his back and then he flings his tail to hurl the
ball. The dinosaur will throw any type of pitch that is
Fred sits in the cab on the Dinosaur's back and controls its
head with a harness to make it pick up rocks with its mouth.
Drawbridge: A dinosaur sits in the canyon
between two sections of the road with his tail and head
stretched end to end as cars drive over him.
Elevator Lift: The elevator cable is tied to the
Dinosaurs tail so when it walks forward the elevator rises.
Mower: A small dinosaur is strapped to a dolly and
bites the grass with his teeth.
The crocodile like dinosaur bites into a stone time
card when inserted in its mouth.
Toaster: Two Mini-dragons blow fire on each side of
Pump: The trunk of an elephant (named Ethel)
is used to pump gas in the car. (Then why did they use
their feet to make the car move?)
A mastodon sucks up a big load of water
from a bucket and then sticks his trunk through a hole in the
bathroom wall and blows. The mastodon also doubles as a garden
hose and sprinkler.
The mastodon is pushed by a stick tied to his back,
while he sucks up dirt with his trunk.
Lights: Monkeys hold candles for street and traffic lights
Traffic Signal: A monkey pulls levers displaying
"stop" and "go" signs to let drivers know
who has the right of way.
Dishwasher: The octopus uses his many legs to
wash, rinse and dry the dishes.
Garbage Can: When Wilma steps on the foot of
the pelican he opens the top of his beak to accept the
Mail is deposited in the large beak of the pelican.
Pig Garbage Disposal: The Pig sits in the cabinet under
the sink and devours the food waste.
Porcupine Hairbrush: A
porcupine wraps its legs around a stick so that Fred and Wilma
can use its back to comb their hair.
Porcupine Scrub Brush:
Wilma dips the porcupine in water and rubs his back on the
floor to give it a good scrubbing.
Sewing Needles: The porcupine sits in his
spot so Wilma can pull needles when she needs to sew.
Antenna: A literal use of 'rabbit ears'. The
rabbit stands on top of the Television while Fred twists his
ears for better reception.
Stegosaurus Food Processor: Chomps vegetables and
fruits to bits with its teeth.
Swordfish Knife: The
jagged nose of the swordfish is used to cut through
meat. (remarkably, the swordfish is still alive outside
of the water)
The nose horn of the triceratops
squeezes the juice out of oranges and grapefruits.
Turtle Car Jack: As
the tail of the turtle is cranked his head rises to lift the
Table: A large turtle sits patiently while
Fred and Barney use his back as a checker board.
Turtle Clothes Iron:
Wilma rubs the heated shell of a
turtle on the fabric.
Shopping Cart: A basket is attached to the
back of a turtle that gladly walks where directed.
Drum: The back of a turtle's shell is beat
with bones for a drum.
Wagon: Wheels and a handle are attached to an
empty turtle shell that is turned upside down.