The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show

Title: The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show
Year: 1971-1972
English dubbing: Sally Struthers, Jay North, Jean Vander Pyl, Alan Reed, Lennie Weinrib, Don Messick, Mitzi McCall, Carl Esser, Gay Hartweg, Mel Blanc
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Country: USA
Viewing method: The first five episodes

Why in Database: The second series from the Flintstones universe, it consists of only 1 season with 16 episodes, but as The Flintstones universe is full of turtle elements, we describe this series based on the first five episodes.

First of all, Bamm-Bamm wears a turtle shell as a hat, this theme appears in all five episodes! The motif of turtles as music instruments also appears in the opening credits, and this is of course showed before each episode. Other themes are listed below:
01 – Gridiron Girl Trouble – Turtle shell appears as school bell,
02 – Putty in Her Hands – A real turtle appears as a wrench used on the wheel of the car. The front of the characters car appears to be made of turtle shell. The shell is also used as an element of traffic lights, as a gong for a sound signal.
03 – Frog for a Day – No turtle elements other than Bamm-Bamma’s hat.
04 – The Golden Voice – The turtle shell appears as a side attachment to the bike, and someone besides Bamm-Bamm also wears the shell as a hat. Real live turtles appear as musical instruments.
05 – Daddy’s Little Helper – Turtle shell is used as part of wheelbarrows.

The omnipresence of turtle themes in the above five episodes strongly suggests that the rest of the series is very turtle as well.

Author: XYuriTT

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