History Series / BananasInPyjamas

12th Aug '15 3:58:05 PM nombretomado
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* ArtShift: The pre-2011 versions has a very well (for AdobeFlash standards) animated opening sequence and closing. The rest of the episodes are live-action with actors in full-body suits.
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* ArtShift: The pre-2011 versions has a very well (for AdobeFlash UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash standards) animated opening sequence and closing. The rest of the episodes are live-action with actors in full-body suits.
7th Mar '15 9:25:23 PM mistergold
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* FanFics: The notorious ''Banana Splits'' fanfic series and its spinoff ''Rat in the Hat Chronicles'' definitely expand upon the classic characters that Australian children all know and love, but they are NOT for children.
28th Feb '15 3:50:05 AM jormis29
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The idea for the show came from the song of the same name, which later became the show's TitleThemeTune. The song was written in 1967 by British composer Carey Blyton (nephew of author Creator/EnidBlyton) who included it in a [[http://www.careyblyton.com/??=Bananas picture book of humorous verse,]] also with the same name, which was first published in 1972. The Australian version of PlaySchool soon incorporated the song into its catalogue, and in 1979 an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9LndA74xnM animated short film of the song]] was created to be screened during the show. This film and a banana toy that subsequently joined the show's "toy cast" formed the physical basis of B1 and B2.
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The idea for the show came from the song of the same name, which later became the show's TitleThemeTune. The song was written in 1967 by British composer Carey Blyton (nephew of author Creator/EnidBlyton) who included it in a [[http://www.careyblyton.com/??=Bananas picture book of humorous verse,]] also with the same name, which was first published in 1972. The Australian version of PlaySchool ''Series/PlaySchool'' soon incorporated the song into its catalogue, and in 1979 an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9LndA74xnM animated short film of the song]] was created to be screened during the show. This film and a banana toy that subsequently joined the show's "toy cast" formed the physical basis of B1 and B2.

* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: Appeared with [[Series/BarneyAndFriends Barney the Dinosaur]] in PBS interstitals! Also, they were featured in a Freeview ad around 2010-2012 with many personalities from every channel on free to air television in Australia. Also it's a given that they will feature on ABC video compilations or at children's events where presenters from PlaySchool or TheWiggles will appear.
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* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover: Appeared with [[Series/BarneyAndFriends Barney the Dinosaur]] in PBS interstitals! Also, they were featured in a Freeview ad around 2010-2012 with many personalities from every channel on free to air television in Australia. Also it's a given that they will feature on ABC video compilations or at children's events where presenters from PlaySchool ''Series/PlaySchool'' or TheWiggles will appear.
1st Feb '15 5:24:00 AM RAMChYLD
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* ReTool: The 2011 series changes a ''lot'', and it's not just the CGI rendering. For one, the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters slew of new characters]] means the gang live in Cuddlestown instead of just Cuddles Avenue, many characters [[SuddenlyVoiced speak perfectly]], the characters [[TheOtherDarrin have new voice actors]], Rat in a Hat is now the main [[{{Jerkass}} antagonist]] and there's even a new song, "Banana Time", that's being eased into the series as a [[ReplacedTheThemeTune possible replacement]] for the trademark theme song.
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* ReTool: The 2011 series changes a ''lot'', and it's not just the CGI rendering. For one, the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters slew of new characters]] means the gang live in Cuddlestown instead of just Cuddles Avenue, many characters [[SuddenlyVoiced speak perfectly]], the characters [[TheOtherDarrin have new voice actors]], Rat in a Hat is now the main [[{{Jerkass}} antagonist]] TookALevelInJerkass and there's even a new song, "Banana Time", that's being eased into the series as a [[ReplacedTheThemeTune possible replacement]] for the trademark theme song.
8th Jan '15 10:55:36 PM mistergold
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* AmbiguouslyJewish: The Rat in the Hat.
19th Dec '14 1:47:25 PM mimitchi33
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--> Rat in a Hat: ''I'm a rat, I'm a rat, I'm a clever clever rat...''
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--> Rat in a Hat: ''I'm ''[[EarWorm I'm a rat, I'm a rat, I'm a clever clever rat...'' ]]''
28th Nov '14 6:30:38 AM fusilcontrafusil
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** In the picture books made before the original animated short and the show, the Bananas wore ''red''-striped pyjamas. The books were later reissued with illustrations to match the show.
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** In the picture books made before the original animated short and the show, the Bananas wore ''red''-striped pyjamas. The books were later reissued with illustrations to match that matched the show.
28th Nov '14 6:29:29 AM fusilcontrafusil
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** In the picture books made before the show, the Bananas wore ''red''-striped pyjamas.
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** In the picture books made before the original animated short and the show, the Bananas wore ''red''-striped pyjamas.pyjamas. The books were later reissued with illustrations to match the show.
28th Nov '14 6:27:10 AM fusilcontrafusil
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The idea for the show came from the song of the same name, which later became the show's TitleThemeTune. The song was written in 1967 by British composer Carey Blyton, nephew of Enid Blyton who wrote many children's classics such as ''Noddy'' and ''The Famous Five''. The Australian version of PlaySchool soon incorporated the song into its catalogue, and in 1979 an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9LndA74xnM animated short film of the song]] was created to be screened during the show. This film and a banana toy that subsequently joined the show's "toy cast" formed the physical basis of B1 and B2.
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The idea for the show came from the song of the same name, which later became the show's TitleThemeTune. The song was written in 1967 by British composer Carey Blyton, nephew of Enid Blyton (nephew of author Creator/EnidBlyton) who wrote many children's classics such as ''Noddy'' and ''The Famous Five''.included it in a [[http://www.careyblyton.com/??=Bananas picture book of humorous verse,]] also with the same name, which was first published in 1972. The Australian version of PlaySchool soon incorporated the song into its catalogue, and in 1979 an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9LndA74xnM animated short film of the song]] was created to be screened during the show. This film and a banana toy that subsequently joined the show's "toy cast" formed the physical basis of B1 and B2.

* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Early the show's first season, B1 and Amy had [[TheOtherDarrin different voice actors]], and in the case of the Bananas the voice actors were also inside the suits (though this practice was changed by the next season). The ''boing'' sound used when the Bananas get an idea was also completely different, there was no Rat, and Amy was missing her now-trademark bow as well as wearing the tutu that would eventually become a trademark of Lulu's.
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Early in the show's first season, B1 and Amy had [[TheOtherDarrin different voice actors]], and in the case of the Bananas the voice actors were also inside the suits (though this practice was changed by the next season). The ''boing'' sound used when the Bananas get an idea was also completely different, there was no Rat, and Amy was missing her now-trademark bow as well as wearing the tutu that would eventually become a trademark of Lulu's.Lulu's. ** In the picture books made before the show, the Bananas wore ''red''-striped pyjamas.
23rd Nov '14 2:11:38 PM mimitchi33
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The idea for the show came from the song of the same name, which later became the show's TitleThemeTune. The song was written in 1967 by British composer Carey Blyton, nephew of Enid Blyton who wrote many children's classics such as ''Noddy'' and ''The Famous Five''. The Australian version of PlaySchool soon incorporated the song into its catalogue, and in 1979 an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9LndA74xnM animated short film of the song]] was created to be screened during the show. This film and a Banana toy that subsequently joined the show's "toy cast" formed the physical basis of B1 and B2.
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The idea for the show came from the song of the same name, which later became the show's TitleThemeTune. The song was written in 1967 by British composer Carey Blyton, nephew of Enid Blyton who wrote many children's classics such as ''Noddy'' and ''The Famous Five''. The Australian version of PlaySchool soon incorporated the song into its catalogue, and in 1979 an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9LndA74xnM animated short film of the song]] was created to be screened during the show. This film and a Banana banana toy that subsequently joined the show's "toy cast" formed the physical basis of B1 and B2.
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