Bamm-Bamm Rubble

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Bamm-Bamm Rubble
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Species Human
Gender Male
Member of The Bed Rockers
Affiliation Dino
Moonrock Crater
Penny Pillar
Wiggy Rockstone
Occupation Adult jobs included his dream job as a screenwriter, and formerly a mechanic to pay the bills
Father Barney Rubble
Mother Betty Rubble
Other relative(s) Father-in-law, Fred Flintstone
Mother-in-law, Wilma Flintstone
Marital status Husband to Pebbles Flintstone in the early 1990s trilogy
Children Fraternal son and daughter, Roxy and Chip
First appearance TF: "Little Bamm-Bamm" (1963)
Played by Don Messick (1963-1994)
Jay North (1971-1973)
Lucille Bliss (1977)
Frank Welker (1978)
Micheal Sheehan (1980-1981)
Jerry Houser (1993)
Hlynur and Marino Sigurdsson (1994)
E.G. Daily (1994, 1996)
Christine Cavanaugh (1996)
Eric Bauza (2015)
Ely Henry (2021)
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The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show
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I Yabba-Dabba Do!
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The Flintstones
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Cave Kids
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The Flintstones
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Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs

Bamm-Bamm Rubble is a young caveboy and one of the supporting characters of the Flintstones animated franchise. His voice was originated by Don Messick.

He is the adopted son of Barney and Betty, with his origin of superhuman strength a mystery and never explored or hinted at, except for when DC Comics rebooted the series in 2016. His voice was originated by Don Messick.

His best friend and childhood playmate is Pebbles, his next-door neighbor. Although the franchise mainly depicts Bamm-Bamm and Pebbles as kids, they were depicted as dating teenagers in the 1970s, and then finally made the leap into adulthood and marriage in the 1990s, which led to children of their own.

Character description

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TV series




  • Heinz commercial (no lines)



Video games



The Whipped Teen Years

Celebrating another 50 years! 50 years of fun!

I Am Cameo

Having become old and retired, Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm now live at the Old Cartoon Sidekicks Retirement Home. They are still the size of infants, but are now wrinkled. They play chess together.[1]



Main article: Bamm-Bamm Rubble/Gallery

Toys and merchandise

Main article: Bamm-Bamm Rubble/Toys

Behind the scenes

In popular culture

  • In the film Stone Cold, when Stone meets Ice at the strip club, Ice mocks him three times for looking like an adult Bamm-Bamm.
  • In The Fairly OddParents TV movie Channel Chasers, Timmy is zapped into the world of The Meatflints, where he is given an outfit resembling Bamm-Bamm's, but in Timmy's signature pink.
  • In the film Son of the Mask, baby Alvery switches the TV onto this episode, with a couple of scenes included. The first one is when Fred is knocked in the stomach with an extended plunger while he and Barney hold signs of their kids, and the second one is when Bamm-Bamm throws his playpen around, which gives Alvery the same idea about doing it to his father, saying, "Bam," when he looks at him.
  • In celebration of Warner Bros.' 100th anniversary, they produced a special short which had the Looney Tunes cast take a group photo as the Flintstones cast in Bedrock. When Daffy dresses up as Bamm-Bamm (after trying to go replace Bugs as Fred), Sylvester who was already dressed up as Bamm-Bamm, bashes Daffy into the ground with his club. Daffy laments that he should've seen that coming.

Drawn Together

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  • "The Other Cousin:" When Wooldor starts hallucinating, he sees a giant sized Bamm-Bamm climbing the ceiling in a combo reference to the movie Trainspotting.
  • The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie: Toot has gone to Bedrock where she has an affair with Barney, leading her to conceive Bamm-Bamm.

Family Guy

Main article: Family Guy
  • "From Method to Madness:" Former child star Bamm-Bamm has grown up to become a taxi driver. When a bouncer tells Bamm-Bamm to take home another former child star Elroy Jetson, all Bamm-Bamm can still say is his own name. Bamm-Bamm is voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
  • "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire:" Peter tells Cleveland that he walked in on the latter's wife having sex with another man, and when playing it out he uses the word "bam" several times as an onomatopoeia. Peter then asks Bamm-Bamm to continue for him in referencing his catchphrase, then Bamm-Bamm asks Emeril Lagasse to takeover as he uses a similar catchphrase. Bamm-Bamm is voiced by MacFarlane.
  • "Road to Rupert:" In a reenactment of "(Meet) The Flintstones," Meg drives Peter to the Quahog Drive-In, where he sticks his head through the car roof like Dino and then has Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm placed on top of his head.
  • "Quagmire's Baby:" Quagmire is selling a tape of The Best of the World's Wildest Police Chases, which features the police in a high speed pursuit of Fred in the Flintmobile, also carrying Dino, Pebbles, and Bamm-Bamm. Dino pops his head through the roof, and Fred places the babies on top of Dino's head.


  1. ^ I Am Weasel: "I Am My Lifetime," season 2, episode 7 (1998).