The misadventures of the children of the Flintstones and the Rubbles as teenagers.

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Series cast summary:
 Pebbles Flintstone (16 episodes, 1971)
Carl Esser ...
 Fabian (16 episodes, 1971)
Gay Hartweg ...
 Betty Rubble / ... (16 episodes, 1971)
 Penny (16 episodes, 1971)
Don Messick ...
 Schleprock (16 episodes, 1971)
 Bamm-Bamm Rubble (16 episodes, 1971)
 Fred Flintstone (16 episodes, 1971)
Jean Vander Pyl ...
 Wilma Flintstone (16 episodes, 1971)
Lennie Weinrib ...
 Moonrock (16 episodes, 1971)
 Barney Rubble (15 episodes, 1971)


In the original Flintstones, Pebbles was the baby daughter of Fred and Wilma Flintstone, while Bamm-Bamm was the son of neighbors Barney and Betty rubble. Now they've grown up to be teenagers, and they get into various hijinks with their other teenaged friends. Written by Afterburner <>

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Release Date:

11 September 1971 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

El show de Pebbles y Bamm-Bamm  »

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Referenced in Animation Lookback: Hanna-Barbera Part 1 (2010) See more »


The Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm Show
Written & Performed by Ted Nichols & Hoyt Curtin
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Yabba Dabba Doozie? Yabba Dabba Do? Yabba Dabba Not.
5 September 2004 | by (Durham,North Carolina) – See all my reviews

As for the previous comment that was said about this series is the main reason why in most-cases some of our favorite classic television spin-offs really don't work,and here is the reason why............ During the entire decade of the 1970's,the animation giant of the most trusted name in children's entertainment,Hanna-Barbera Productions were cranking out a lot of their own successful shows into spin-offs which by the way some of them in fact were absolutely horrible from the get-go,and there was a lot of them and this was something Hanna-Barbera did plenty of in the 1970's and way into the 1980's with some of their cartoon favorites,which by the way didn't work,and their were several.....From "Yogi Bear","The Flintstones","Scooby Doo","The Jetsons",and "Space Ghost" were made spin-offs out of the ordinary,all of them were either other clones or rehash of their own shows which were some of the worst kind of animation ever created for Saturday Mornings,and the spin-off to one of the longest running animated television series in prime time history,the spin-off to the 1960's television series to "The Flintstones"-"Peebles and Bamm-Bamm",was one of them.

Believe me,this was the worst of the worst,and how did Hanna-Barbera do this? By destroying one of the best beloved shows of all time,and believe me in the 1970's,there were I'll say a lot of "The Flintstones" spin-offs that were repulsive let alone completely terrible! And this was one of them! Need I say more? I saw a episode of "Peebles and Bamm-Bamm" not too long ago,and believe me what they did to one of the best loved characters of The Flintstones is very horrible! Watch it sometime. First off the series takes Peebles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble from being infants in The Flintstones to being annoying and repulsive teenagers with Peebles acting like a real spoiled brat! By the way,watch some of the episode where Peebles is actually wearing little or nothing since I'm surprised that the censors let that get into Saturday Mornings! And it supposed to be an children's show!

And Bamm-Bamm Rubble? How in the hell did this kid who was supposed to be the world's strongest baby in "The Flintstones",turn into a major wuss and become sort of a puscatore? How did he become such a wimp? And as for Peebles,she is very annoying and its here where she rebels against Fred and Wilma Flintstone(her own parents!)for attention! The show is repulsive and sometimes it lags along for a half-hour,with the usually hijinks between the kids(where Peebles is always trying to con Bamm Bamm into some hair-raising scheme)and sometimes usually with the gang they associated with where in each of the episode its usually Fred and Barney to get them out of a tight situation. The episodes and the musical numbers are just as canned as vegetables at the market,and the cartoony voices are very distracting(voiced by Sally Struthers,aka Gloria Bunker from All In The Family,and the other by Jay North,aka Dennis Mitchell from the Dennis The Menace TV series)which some of the plots were so stupid that its no wonder it lasted for one season,when it aired during Saturday Mornings on CBS-TV from 1971 to early 1972.

It was however,when CBS aired "The Flintstone Comedy Hour" in September of 1972,most of the "Peebles and Bamm-Bamm" shows were absorbed into this hour long format,and from there the episodes gotten so pathetic,the network dropped the show after nine episodes that same year,and from there the show founded a new home,in syndication in early 1973,and from there the "Flintstone Comedy Hour",remained on several syndicated television stations(where in was shown during the weekday afternoons)for an impressive six seasons,ending in the spring of 1976.

Then,Hanna-Barbera did the unthinkable which almost killed off the "Flintstone" franchise once and for all. In the fall of 1979,NBC-TV reunited and for a better response,resurrected the "Flintstone" franchise which an hour based the remaining characters and this time around it was based again on Peebles and Bamm-Bamm. This time around, the Flintstone family pet,Dino is along to help them solve mysteries in the form of the Scooby Doo formula which copied from that show and get this using the same voice characters from the original series(this time around by Sally Struthers as the voice of Peebles,and Fred Welker as the voice of Bamm-Bamm)which was so incredibly stupid indeed that the network dropped that show too,that same year. The was part of a series of episodes that appeared on "The Flintstone and Rubble Hour",and then "The Flintstone Mysteries".

Yabba Dabba Do? Yabba Dabba Not!

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