Based on the popular children's series, Ramona Quimby struggles with the day-to-day life of being an eight-year-old.
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1989   1988  
2 nominations. See more awards »

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 Ramona (10 episodes, 1988-1989)
Lynda Mason Green ...
 Dory Quimby (10 episodes, 1988-1989)
Lori Chodos ...
 Beezus (10 episodes, 1988-1989)
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 Bob Quimby (10 episodes, 1988-1989)
Bobby Becken ...
 Howie (7 episodes, 1988-1989)
Kirsten Bishop ...
 Aunt Beatrice (5 episodes, 1988-1989)
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Eight-year-old Ramona Quimby feels that no one really understands her. She's bright, imaginative, and according to her older sister Beezus, a "pest." Every day she tries to find out more about herself and her world, with an optimism that only children possess. The series follows Ramona's adventures in school and at home as her family struggles with financial woes and the coming of a new baby. Written by Jonathan Ruskin <JonRuskin@aol.com>

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Drama | Family

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10 September 1988 (Canada)  »

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Sarah Polley and Jayne Eastwood later starred in the 2004 horror remake "Dawn of the Dead". See more »

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[Uncle Hobart starts singing Ramona]
Ramona Quimby: Why does he have to sing that every time he sees me?
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Referenced in Reading Rainbow: The Bionic Bunny Show (1988) See more »

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Great show for kids-available on tape
21 July 2004 | by (Long Island) – See all my reviews

Its a great show for children. I was a child in the 80s and I loved the show. I think the books were written in the 70s but the show seemed more 80s like. I liked how they dealt with real situations that children (even children now days) go through. I liked Sarah Polly. She was a great actress. The characters were just like the characters in the book. What I liked was how it showed everything in a child's view. I was really able to relate to Romona as a child. The show was very serious; however, there was some humor in it. Once in a while I will watch a Romona tape. I find some of the problems that Romona has to face to be sad but the show is realistic. If you have a child, watch the tape!


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