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The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show

The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show – 1971

This was a spin off series from Hanna and Barbera of the Flintsones from the 1960s. Both series follow the adventures of stone age man, inside an alternate universe, where the luxuries of the late 1960s were made from stone, or even animals.
Pebbles was the daughter of Fred and Wilma Flinstone, whilst Bam Bam who had amazing strength was the son of Barney Rubble and his wife. Great fun.
The voice of Barney Rubble was done by Mel Blanc, who was the voice of so many cartoon characters, including Bugs Bunny himself.

Joseph Barbera
William Hanna
Charles A. Nichols

Neal F. Barbera writer
Walter Black writer
Larz Bourne writer
Tom Dagenais writer
Bob Ogle writer
Larry Rhine writer
Dick Robbins writer (as Richard Robbins)

Joseph Barbera producer
William Hanna producer
Alex Lovy associate producer

Sally Struthers – Pebbles Flinstone (voice)
Mel Blanc – Barney Rubble (voice)
Carl Esser – Fabian (voice)
Gay Hartweg – Cindy/Wiggy/Betty Rubble (voice)
Mitzi McCall – Penny (voice)
Don Messick – Schleprock (voice)
Jay North – Bamm-Bamm Rubble (voice)
Alan Reed – Fred Flintstone (voice)
Jean Vander Pyl – Wilma Flintstone (voice)
Lennie Weinrib – Moonrock (voice)

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What an amazing piece of kit our telly was. Can you imagine having to change channel by turning a knob to tune in BBC2 and forever getting up to realign the aerial and contrast, and the only way to stop the picture from rolling was to give the set a good thump? Do you remember that we only have three channels to watch? Thinking about it, the conversation was better at school next day as everyone seemed to be watching the same thing unlike nowadays where we have too much choice. Aye, the quality of programmes seem to have dwindled when you think back to what we had in our days.

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