The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show

30-minute Saturday morning series (1971-1972)


    The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show follows the hijinks of the teen Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble. Bypassing several important growth stages, Bedrock's favorite tots are now teenagers attending Bedrock High where, not surprisingly, they become embroiled in a variety of misadventures along with their pals Wiggy, Penny, and teen inventor Moonrock. Other characters include Fred and Wilma Flintstone, Barney and Betty Rubble, Pebbles' rival Cindy with her sidekick Fabian, a motorcycle gang called the Bronto Bunch, and Bad-luck Schleprock.

    This series is one of the best of the spin-offs, though is definitely dated with signs of the times -- drag-racing, "groovy" lingo, mini-skirts, cave buggies, brontoburger hangouts, motorcycle gangs, teen music idols, etc.

    Pebbles -- much like her father Fred -- is always coming up with "brilliant ideas" that end up getting the gang into some sort of trouble -- and making Bamm-Bamm cringe.

Featured Voices:

      Mel Blanc Barney Rubble
      Carl Esser Fabian Fabquartz
      Gay Hartwig

      Wiggy Rockstone, Betty Rubble
      Cindy Curbstone
      Mitzi McCall Penny Pillar
      Don Messick Schleprock
      Jay North Bamm-Bamm Rubble
      Alan Reed Fred Flintstone
      John Stephenson   Mr. Slate, Noodles
      Sally Struthers Pebbles Flintstone
      Jean VanderPyl Wilma Flintstone
      Lennie Weinrib Moonrock Crater, Bronto

Episode Guide:

    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. After Snoots makes some amazing tackles in football practice, Pebbles has to pretend it was her and gets stuck playing in the big game against Rockville High.

    Putty in Her Hands -September 18, 1971
    The Slipstone Art School offers Pebbles a free sculpturing lesson in a scam to get her to sign up for more lessons. Pebbles' attempts to prove she is a good sculptress fall flat, so she dips Bamm-Bamm in putty and convinces him to pose as her masterpiece to fool nemesis Cindy. Thinking that it'll be worth millions, Slipstone and his cohort heist statue Bamm-Bamm.

    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. Thinking she changed Barney into a frog, Pebbles and the gang take the frog to a real witch to get him changed back.

    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, and Pebbles goes to extreme measures to bring his voice up to shower quality.

    Daddy's Little Helper -October 9, 1971
    Misunderstanding a conversation she overhears, Pebbles thinks Fred is going to be fired and gets a job working for Mr. Slate at the gravel pit to make her father look good. Her interference blows a major contract for Mr. Slate and costs her father a promotion. Pebbles then sets out to find a way to save the contract -- and her father's job.

    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 by entering a beautiful baby pageant -- with poor Bamm-Bamm as the baby.

    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.

    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 and must find a way to retrieve it before the race. In doing so, the kids find a flaw in the formula and work to correct it. A series of mishaps leaves Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm substituting for their fathers in the race.

    The Terrible Snorkosaurus -November 6, 1971
    Pebbles overhears that Sea Rock World would pay $1000 for a terrible snorkosaurus, so she and the gang set out to capture one. The snorkosaurus turns out to be not so terrible, so Sea Rock World doesn't want him. Pebbles is forced to hide him in her parents' swimming pool -- forgetting that Fred is planning a pool party for his boss.

    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.

    Coach Pebbles -November 20, 1971
    When Fred loses his voice, Pebbles takes over his little league team. Pebbles, Wiggy, and Penny spend too much time mothering the team, and their lack of baseball knowledge almost costs them the championship game. Bamm-Bamm and Moonrock have to come up with a way to get Fred back into the game before its too late.

    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 that he is chief of store security and that her first job is to help him test his staff by clearing out a list of merchandise. Pebbles enlists her friends to help her rob the store -- and then to get everything back wheen she realizes they've been duped.

    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 and causes Fred to blow up at him and hurt his feelings. Wooly runs away to join the circus, and the kids have to find a way to rescue him before the shampoo wears off.

    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. Wanting to improve the city, Pebbles switches the duties of the city departments. Disaster ensues and the city workers all quit. The gang and their parents take over and run the city while Pebbles tries to get the workers back by throwing a picnic.

    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, and Uncle Hatrock's prize herd disappears.

    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, so she offers to babysit for the Gruesomes so that the kids can infiltrate the Gruesome mansion and search for the gift. Thinking that Mrs. Gruesome may have the gift with her, the gang then crashes a Gruesome family reunion, and Bamm-Bamm is mistaken for a cat burglar.

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