Pebbles Flintstone

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Pebbles Flintstone
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Species Human
Gender Female
Member of The Bed Rockers
Affiliation Dino
Penny Pillar
Wiggy Rockstone
Moonrock Crater
Occupation Secretary as an adult
Father Fred Flintstone
Mother Wilma Flintstone
Other relative(s) Paternal great-grandfather, Stoney Flintstone
Father-in-law, Barney Rubble, in the early 1990s trilogy
Mother-in-law, Betty Rubble, in the early 1990s trilogy
Marital status Wife to Bamm-Bamm Rubble in the early 1990s trilogy
Children Son and daughter and fraternal twins, Roxy and Chip, in the early 1990s trilogy
First appearance TF: "The Blessed Event" (1963)
Played by Jean Vander Pyl (1963-1979)
Sally Struthers (1971-1972)
Mickey Stevens (1972-1973)
Pamela Anderson (1978)
Russi Taylor (1980-2015)
Megan Mullally (1993)
Kath Soucie (1993)
Elaine and Melanie Silver (1994)
Aria Noelle Curzon (1996)
Jessica DiCicco (2021)
Elizabeth Banks[1]
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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

Pebbles Flintstone is a young cavegirl and one of the supporting characters of the Flintstones animated franchise. Her voice was originated by Jean Vander Pyl.

Pebbles is the daughter of Fred and Wilma. Her best friend and childhood playmate is Bamm-Bamm Rubble, her next-door neighbor. Although the franchise mainly depicts Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm as kids, they were depicted as dating teenagers in the 1970s, and then finally made the leap to 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


A Pebble Off the Old Flintstone

Celebrating another 50 years! 50 years of fun!

I Am Cameo

Having become old and retired, Pebbles and 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.[2]


Pebbles was intended to be a boy until a doll company convinced Hanna-Barbera founder Joseph Barbera to turn her into a girl.


Main article: Pebbles Flintstone/Gallery

Toys and merchandise

Main article: Pebbles Flintstone/Toys

Behind the scenes

In popular culture

  • In the Open All Night episode "Buckaroo Buddies," Bud sings along with "(Meet) the Flintstones." When the song is over and the episode begins, he is excited and tells his estranged son, Terry, this is going to be a good one because it's about Pebbles taking home a stray dinosaur, but he doesn't want to spoil the rest.
  • In the alternate outfit gag in the Buzz on Maggie episode "Lunch Lady/Love Stinks," Maggie wears a prehistoric outfit with hair similar to Pebbles's.
  • In celebration of Warner Bros.' 100th anniversary, they produced a special short which had the Looney Tunes characters dressed as Flintstones characters while taking a group photo in Bedrock, with Tweety as Pebbles, which nicely paired him with Sylvester as Bamm-Bamm. And, yes, Tweety is still a boy.

Family Guy

Main article: Family Guy
  • "Road to Rupert:" There is 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.

Full House

  • "Our Very First Promo:" Joey and Jesse work on Michelle's hair, with Joey trying a Pebbles hairdo, but Jesse says she looks like Don King. This is shown again in "Happy Birthday, Babies, Part 1."
  • "Take My Sister, Please:" Joey impresses Lisa with his imitation of Fred saying "Yabba-dabba-doo" after saying he cried for a week after watching Fred and Wilma have Pebbles, which occurred in "The Blessed Event."
  • "Happy Birthday, Babies, Part 2:" The family hosts a Flintstones-themed birthday party for Michelle, who is dressed like a cavegirl with a Pebbles-like hairdo.