Cave Kids

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Cave Kids

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Cave Kids focuses on the toddlers from the famous Flintstones series, Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm, with Dino as their babysitter. Unlike the classic Flintstones episodes, however, this show emphasizes educational values instead of comedy- there are no canned laughter, the characters all show emotions, and each episode focuses on the toddlers going on adventures, discovering teamwork and friendship, and other educational lessons. Also, this show takes on an Rugrats-eque point of view as Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm actually spoke in English once we get past the first few minutes of the show in which they only spoke gibberish like other toddlers. The show concludes with a song. It was aired as part of Cartoon Network's educational programming block between 1996 and 1999. It is later syndicated worldwide. The show is not very well documented, and the number of episodes released is unknown, although most TV show sites put it at 8 (hence it was dubbed short-lived by most sites). It is also unknown why HB/WB pulled the plug on the show dispite heavily marketing it. Music from the show was available on the cassette "Cave Kids Sing-Along" from Kid Rhino, but it seems that Kid Rhino has stopped producing the album, and hunting down a copy of it online is near impossible. Videos of selected episodes are still available in VHS form, though. Search for "Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm" on Amazon for them. Other merchandise can be found at good stores carrying old stocks of stuff.moreless

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Season 1 : Episode 8

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  • A great learning tool for the Toddler set, with adventures and music from Pebbles, Bamm-Bamm, Dino and more!

    This is a really cute video series! They are great learning tool for the Toddler set, with adventures and original music from Pebbles Flintstone, Bamm-Bamm Rubble, Dino and more! Aria Noelle Curzon stars as Pebbles and sings all the songs as well. She was barely 7 years old and it was one of her first voiceover jobs. Aria is joined by voiceover heavyweights Frank Welker as the ever lovable Cave Pet "Dino", EG Daily as Singing Bamm-Bamm, and Chris Cavanaugh as speaking Bamm-Bamm. The animated toddlers play and sing their way through numerous fantasy adventures, each with a great moral or esteem building lesson, This adorable series is now available on video on select websites. Your toddlers will love them!moreless
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    Dateline NBC