Bebe's Kids

Movie review by Heather Boerner, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Simpsons-like cartoon earns its PG-13.

PG-13 1992 72 minutes

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 5 reviews

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age 12+

Making fun of my family

this TV show was based on my family my parents name Dennis Harris -litand Harris baebae was my dad Nick name and my mother's nickname was dude that was there a nickname as a kid in 1924they had 13 children in Chicago 8 girls and five boys and we lived on the Southside of Chicago and net TV show is making fun of my parents because they had a lot of kids we are the original Baebae kids they made money off of us creating Black TV showbecause we had strong black parents and all 13 of us is doing okay and made something out of my life so yes my pants was a great role model to be able to take care of 13 kids back in the 60s and 67 sets of foster kids went through our home we asked me the original Bay Bay kids we don't die we multiply

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age 9+

Kaybee

My kid is 4 and he loves this movie ..... lately he’s been watching bebes kids , I’m 29 years old and I was 5 when this movie came out , I’m just now seeing it !!!! It’s funny and it relates to our culture , a few things they could have kept out the movies ( like the government men) but I really liked the fact he went back for the kids... enjoy

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