The Banana Splits Adventure Hour

The Banana Splits Adventure Hour

Four banana, three banana, two banana, one!

Who doesn't remember the Tra La La song?
In a psychedelic backdrop, four zany animals host a television series featuring four segments which included live action and animated segments.
Created by Sid and Marty Krofft, and produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions The Banana Splits ran on NBC Saturday mornings from September 7, 1968 to September 5, 1970.
It consisted of four main segments which include: The Arabian Knights, The Three Musketeers, Micro Ventures and Danger Island (live-action). Other Hanna-Barbera favorites, especially those from The Atom Ant Show and The Secret Squirrel occasionally appeared on this hour long program.
The Splits, when not racing their Buggie cars, playing 'wacky' games or singing to pre-recorded song tracks the gang could be seen cavorting around their Banana Pad indulging in nonsensical jokes.

The Splits:
Bingo: Drummer and a Gorilla
Drooper: Droopy Dog and Guitarist
Fleegle: Beagle, Bass Player and Leader of Gang
Snorky: Elephant and Plays Keyboard

Animated segments:
The Arabian Knights
The Three Musketeers
The Hillbilly Bears
Micro Ventures
Squiddly Diddly

Live action segment:
Danger Island

Banana Splits opening theme song

Banana Splits closing theme song

Episode Info

Final: 2x13 -- Show #31 (Nov/29/1969)

Allan MelvinAllan Melvin
voiced Drooper
Daniel OwenDaniel Owen
As Drooper (in costume)
Daws ButlerDaws Butler
voiced Bingo
Don MessickDon Messick
voiced Snorky
Jeffrey BrockJeffrey Brock
As Fleegle (in costume)
Paul WinchellPaul Winchell
voiced Fleagle
Robert TowersRobert Towers
As Snorky (in costume)
Terence HenryTerence Henry
As Bingo (in costume)

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