The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show

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  • TV-G
  • 1971
  • 1 Season
  • 5.6  (520)

The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show is an animated television series produced by Warner Bros. The show follows the adventures of Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble, who are now teenagers attending Bedrock High School. The show premiered on CBS on September 11, 1971 and ran for two seasons until its final episode on September 2, 1976.

The show features the voice talents of Sally Struthers as Pebbles Flintstone, Jean Vander Pyl as Wilma Flintstone, Lennie Weinrib as Bamm-Bamm Rubble, Mel Blanc as Barney Rubble, Mitzi McCall as Betty Rubble, Alan Reed as Fred Flintstone, Jay North as Tadpole, Don Messick as Schleprock and Hoppy, John Stephenson as Mr. Slate, and Gay Autterson as Penny Pillar.

The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show follows the teenage daughter of Fred and Wilma Flintstone, Pebbles, and her boyfriend, Bamm-Bamm, as they attend Bedrock High School. Along with their friends Tadpole and Penny, they get into all sorts of high school hijinks, including entering a talent show, writing for the school newspaper, taking part in a school election, and more.

One of the main themes of the show is the relationship between Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. The two have been in love since they were babies, but their relationship is not without its challenges. Bamm-Bamm is often clumsy and gets into trouble, much to Pebbles' chagrin. However, they always manage to work things out in the end and remain devoted to each other.

Another key aspect of the show is the role of the parents in the teenagers' lives. Fred and Wilma Flintstone, as well as Barney and Betty Rubble, are always there for their children, offering advice and guidance when needed. They also get into their own adventures, including starting a business and trying to lose weight.

The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show also features several recurring characters, including Schleprock, a jinx who brings bad luck wherever he goes; Hoppy, Bamm-Bamm's pet dinosaur; and Mr. Slate, the gruff owner of Slate Rock and Gravel Company where Fred and Barney work.

The animation style of the show is typical of the early 1970s, with bright colors and simple designs. The show's theme song, "Open Up Your Heart (And Let the Sunshine In)", is a catchy tune that perfectly captures the free-spirited nature of the show.

Overall, The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show is a fun, lighthearted show that will appeal to fans of the original Flintstones series. The show explores important themes of love, friendship, and family while also providing plenty of laughs and adventures along the way.

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Beauty and the Beast / Bedlam in Bedrock
18. Beauty and the Beast / Bedlam in Bedrock
September 9, 1972
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm enter a masquerade contest as beauty and the beast. / Pebbles tries to helpa friend become famous with an "out-of-this-world" idea.
Squawkie Talkie/Suitor Computor
17. Squawkie Talkie/Suitor Computor
September 9, 1972
Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm fear the worst when Moonrock's "squawkie talkie" is swallowed by a hippo. / A dating site malfunction couples Pebbles and Bamm Bamm with unlikely matches.
The Birthday Present
16. The Birthday Present
January 1, 1972
Wooly takes the gift that Pebbles bought for her mother and buries it in the back yard. Pebbles believes it was stolen by her neighbor the creepy Mrs. Gruesome.
They Went That Away
15. They Went That Away
December 18, 1971
Pebbles volunteers her friends and family to run Uncle Hatrock's ranch while he is away. The kids run into trouble when Pebbles unknowingly hires cattle rustlers as ranch hands.
Mayor May Not
14. Mayor May Not
December 11, 1971
Pebbles is voted Honorary Mayor of Bedrock during student week so the Mayor goes on vacation, leaving Pebbles in charge. Disaster ensues when all the city workers quit.
Wooly the Great
13. Wooly the Great
December 4, 1971
Pebbles' pet elephant Wooly is able to fly after bathing in Moonrock's Super Shampoo. After winning a pet talent contest, Wooly gets an overblown ego.
No Cash and Carry
12. No Cash and Carry
November 27, 1971
Pebbles begins a new job as a clerk at Gimbelstone's Department Store. A con man convinces her he's chief of store security and she helps him test his staff by clearing out merchandise.
Coach Pebbles
11. Coach Pebbles
November 20, 1971
When Fred loses his voice, Pebbles takes over his little league team almost costing them the championship game.
Schleprock's New Image
10. Schleprock's New Image
November 13, 1971
Pebbles attempts to help Schleprock shake his bad luck omen lead to disaster after disaster, including getting the gang trapped in a mine with a crackpot professor searching for a lost city.
The Terrible Snorkosaurus
9. The Terrible Snorkosaurus
November 6, 1971
Pebbles learns that Sea Rock World would pay $1000 for a terrible snorkosaurus, so she and the gang set out to capture one.
The Grand Prix Pebbles
8. The Grand Prix Pebbles
October 30, 1971
Fred and Barney create a super-secret fuel that is supposed to be tested for Gettystone Oil in the Bedrock Grand Prix. Pebbles accidentally gives the fuel and the formula to the junkman.
Pebble's Big Boast
7. Pebble's Big Boast
October 23, 1971
Pebbles brags to Cindy that she knows a famous rock group and then has to come up with a way to get them to perform at Cindy's party. There's only one problem; she doesn't really know them.
Focus Foolery
6. Focus Foolery
October 16, 1971
As Pebbles competes with Cindy to win the Most Unusual Photo Contest, she and Bamm-Bamm stumble upon a bank robbery and are forced to hide from the robbers.
Daddy's Little Helper
5. Daddy's Little Helper
October 9, 1971
Pebbles overhears a conversation that makes her think Fred is going to be fired, so she gets a job working for Mr. Slate at the gravel pit to make her father look good.
The Golden Voice
4. The Golden Voice
October 2, 1971
After hearing Bamm-Bamm singing in the shower, Pebbles drafts him to sing lead in their band. Unfortunately, Bamm-Bamm's voice when he's not in the shower is really awful.
Frog for a Day
3. Frog for a Day
September 25, 1971
After her part as a witch in the school play is cut back, Pebbles gets books on witchcraft to prove she can play an authentic witch.
Putty in Her Hands
2. Putty in Her Hands
September 18, 1971
The Slipstone Art School offers Pebbles a free sculpture lesson in a scam to get her to sign up for more. Pebbles' attempts to prove she is a good sculptress fall flat.
Gridiron Girl Trouble
1. Gridiron Girl Trouble
September 11, 1971
Bamm-Bamm's dogosaurus Snoots follows the kids to Bedrock High School where Pebbles and the girls disguise him as a student to hide him from Grumpstone the dogcatcher.
  • Premiere Date
    September 11, 1971
  • IMDB Rating
    5.6  (520)