Pebbles Flintstone

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Pebbles Flintstone
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Pebbles in "Hop Happy."
Species: Human
Gender: Female
Affiliation: Dino
Hoppy
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 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

Appearances

TV series

Specials

Movies

Comics

Books

Video games

Biography

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]

Development

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

Gallery

Main article: Pebbles Flintstone/Gallery

Toys and merchandise

Main article: Pebbles Flintstone/Toys

Behind the scenes

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