Pebbles And Bamm-Bamm Show, The: The Complete Series
Cartoon lovers everywhere anxiously awaited their arrival on primetime TV – establishing high ratings for the legendary hit series The Flintstones. As Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble took their first baby steps, millions adopted them into their hearts. After the iconic show's run ended, Pebbles (voiced by Sally Struthers of All in the Family) and Bamm-Bamm (voiced by Jay North of Dennis the Menace) made their (pre)historic reappearance as stone-age teenagers at Bedrock High. Their famed parents (Fred, Wilma, Barney & Betty) are back in supporting roles, along with a new cast of Bedrock teenagers, including the adventurous Bronto Bunch motorcycle gang, Moonrock the geeky inventor, Bad-luck Schleprock and many more, as Pebbles dreams up one rockamamy scheme after another in this yabba-dabba-delightful collection of all 16 episodes.
The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show is an animated, 1971 Hanna-Barbera spin-off of The Flintstones television series that follows Fred's and Wilma's daughter Pebbles (Sally Struthers) and Barney's and Betty's son Bamm-Bamm (Jay North) through their high-school days in Bedrock. The bubbly Pebbles is always enthusiastic and can be counted upon to convince Bamm-Bamm and their friends Wiggy, Penny, and Moonrock to join her in one crazy scheme after another, whether it's catching a widely-feared snorkosaurus for the local Sea Rock World, testing a super fuel in the Grand Prix, safeguarding Bamm-Bamm's dogosaurus Snoots from the clutches of the local dog catcher, training to become an artist or witch, or saving Fred's job at the gravel pit. While Pebbles' intentions are always good, her definite knack for misinterpreting a situation often renders her efforts a major hindrance. Pebbles' Archie-inspired friends are more than a little unique and include astrologically obsessed Wiggy, down-to-earth Penny, and brainy Moonrock. The Bronto gang (Bronto, Noodles, Stub, and Zonk) alternates between functioning as a bothersome motorcycle gang and much needed allies while Cindy fills the role of Pebbles' snooty rival and Schleprock is the consistent harbinger of bad luck. Comedy reigns throughout all 16 episodes--from simple word play to slapstick and satire. Four 8-minute bonus episodes from the 1972 "Flintstone Comedy Hour" round out this two-disc set. (Ages 6 and older) --Tami Horiuchi