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  
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Sarah Polley ...  Ramona 10 episodes, 1988-1989
Lynda Mason Green Lynda Mason Green ...  Dory Quimby 10 episodes, 1988-1989
Lori Chodos Lori Chodos ...  Beezus 10 episodes, 1988-1989
Barry Flatman ...  Bob Quimby 10 episodes, 1988-1989
Bobby Becken Bobby Becken ...  Howie 7 episodes, 1988-1989
Kirsten Bishop ...  Aunt Beatrice 5 episodes, 1988-1989
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Storyline

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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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 September 1988 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Ramona Q See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Production Co:

Atlantis Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

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

Quotes

[Uncle Hobart starts singing Ramona]
Ramona Quimby: Why does he have to sing that every time he sees me?
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Version of Ramona and Beezus (2010) See more »

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Timeless stories
31 March 2018 | by ellybendiSee all my reviews

I loved this program as a 7/8 year old when I first watched them in the 80s and 30 years later, I have just bought the DVD from retrotvmemories website & re-watched them as an adult. They still make me laugh a lot & even though there are sad elements like when they bury the cat, they are so heartwarming how the family love & support each other. I will give the DVD to my 2 year old niece when she is a bit older, I'm sure she will get the same enjoyment that I did. Ramona is not your typical kid so unique & eccentric kids will definitely identify with her. I've not read the books but given they were written from 1955 onwards, they are surely timeless, given that they are so relatable over 60 years later. They just don't make them like this anymore.


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