The directors Joseph Barbera and William Hanna with a light feed transferred the full-length picture of the famous action movie about superspy James Bond to an entertaining cartoon that instantly captured the public with its intact sparkling humor. Animated tape was widely popular in the sixties, and some teachers of the English language consider Flintstown a very informative material to learn. The ingenious parody feed brings viewers to the prehistoric era, when superspy travels around the world in old-fashioned cars. And on vacation in the most romantic city in the world they traveled by ancient aircraft. When a secret agent known for his resourcefulness enters the hospital by coincidence, the management claims the outwardly identical Fred Flintstown to replace him. On the shoulders of the resilient optimist Fred lies a super-important mission - you must go to Europe under the far-fetched pretext of family leisure and grab the Green Goose.