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Top 30 Hanna-Barbera Moms.

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  1. emeraldisle

    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Here are the greatest Hanna-Barbera Moms I was able to compile:

    30. Quick Draw McGraw's Mom. She was onscreen long enough to arrest Texas Tillie. Maybe Quickdraw will repay her someday.

    29. Ogee's Mom, "Magilla Gorilla."

    28. Ma Gargamel, "The Smurfs."

    27. Tie: The mother of Timmy, "A Christmas Story," and the mother of Jimmy and Janey, "The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't."

    26. Ma Dalton, "Lucky Luke.'

    25. Mrs. Munbly. Mumbly's Mom had a cameo in "Laff A Lympics."

    24. Tie: Mrs. Gruesome, and Mrs. Creeply.

    23. Ruby Doo.

    22. Tie: Mumsy Doo and each mother of the human members of Mystery Inc/The Scooby Doo Detective Agency.

    21. Shirley/Connie Partridge "Partridge Family: 2200 A.D.

    20. Morticia Addams, "The Addams Family."

    19. Laurie Holiday, "The Roman Holidays."

    18. Irma Boyle, "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home."

    17. Max and Zoe's Mom, "Fantastic Max."

    16. Mrs. Brown, "Paddington Bear."

    15. Queen Serana, "Wildfire."

    14. Rachel Quest, "Jonny's Golden Quest."

    13. Ma Rugg.

    12. Marge Huddles, "Where's Huddles."

    11. Martha Day, "These Are The Days."

    10. Gara, "Valley Of The Dinosaurs."

    9. Kim Butler, "Valley Of The Dinosaurs."

    8. Pebbles Flintstone.

    7. Pearl Slaghoople.

    6. Mary Cooke, "The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't."

    5. Mrs. Hatrock.

    4. Tie: Jezebel Jade Kenyon Bannon, biological mother of Jessie, and Tara, "The Herculoids."

    3. Jane Jetson.

    2. Betty Rubble.

    1. Wilma Flintstone. The first one to go through pregnancy, labor, and birth onscreen. Pebbles was the only other one to do so.
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    I have to agree with the your number one pick. Wilma was a Saint to put up with Fred who acted like an overgrown kid.
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    I also give honorable mention to Hidea Frankenstone, and from "The Smurfs," Blue Eyes's mother.

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