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->''"Tra-la-la, la-la-la-la!\\\

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->''"Tra-la-la, la-la-la-la!\\\la-la-la-la! (x4)\\


->''"One banana, two banana, three banana, four!\\

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->''"One ->''"Tra-la-la, la-la-la-la!\\\
One
banana, two banana, three banana, four!\\


* FakeBand

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* FakeBandFakeBand: Sure, the Splits werenít real, but you canít deny they could carry a tune.


* PantyShot: Occasionally, the Splits would be tormented by the Sour Grapes Bunch, a soiree of pre-teen girls in microscopically short miniskirts, lavender tights and go-go boots. During their dances, their panties could be readily seen through their tights.

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* CuckooClockGag: The Splits' clubhouse has a clock containing a large bird's head, which usually announces the next segment.


** Within the show, "The Three Musketeers" was quite faithful to the original source (especally for Saturday morning kids show standards!).

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** Within the show, "The Three Musketeers" was quite faithful to the original source (especally (especially for Saturday morning kids show standards!).


* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: Bingo.


''The Banana Splits Adventure Hour'' was a Saturday morning series from Creator/HannaBarbera shown on Creator/{{NBC}} in the late 1960s. Live actors in full-body costumes portrayed [[TheLeader Fleegle]] the dog (voiced by Creator/PaulWinchell), [[DeadpanSnarker Drooper]] the lion (voiced by [[WesternAnimation/MagillaGorilla Allan Melvin]]), [[MellowFellow Bingo]] the gorilla (voiced by Creator/DawsButler) and [[TheQuietOne Snorky]] the elephant, [[TheVoiceless who didn't talk]]. Creator/SidAndMartyKrofftProductions designed the Banana Splits' character costumes.

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''The Banana Splits Adventure Hour'' was a Saturday morning series from Creator/HannaBarbera shown on Creator/{{NBC}} in the late 1960s. Live actors in full-body costumes portrayed [[TheLeader Fleegle]] the dog (voiced by Creator/PaulWinchell), [[DeadpanSnarker Drooper]] the lion (voiced by [[WesternAnimation/MagillaGorilla Allan Melvin]]), [[MellowFellow Bingo]] the gorilla (voiced by Creator/DawsButler) and [[TheQuietOne [[TheUnintelligible Snorky]] the elephant, [[TheVoiceless who didn't talk]]. Creator/SidAndMartyKrofftProductions designed the Banana Splits' character costumes.


* MisplacedWildlife: On ''Danger Island''. Lions and leopards on an island, in the middle of the Pacific? Well, justified as the island contains lost tribes and animals.

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* MisplacedWildlife: On ''Danger Island''. Lions and leopards on an island, in the middle of the Pacific? Well, justified as the island contains lost tribes and animals.might brought them to the island.


* MisplacedWildlife: On ''Danger Island''. Lions and leopards on an island, in the middle of the Pacific?

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* MisplacedWildlife: On ''Danger Island''. Lions and leopards on an island, in the middle of the Pacific?Pacific? Well, justified as the island contains lost tribes and animals.


* ''WesternAnimation/SecretSquirrel'', accompanied by ''Squiddly Diddly'' and ''Winsome Witch''

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* ''WesternAnimation/SecretSquirrel'', accompanied by ''Squiddly Diddly'' ''WesternAnimation/SquiddlyDiddly'' and ''Winsome Witch''''WesternAnimation/WinsomeWitch''


* EditedForSyndication: The show was originally called The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, and as such was an hour long, but after the original run ended, the show was rebroadcasted as "The Banana Splits and Friends Show" which took the original hour long episodes and cutting them in half, getting two episodes out of it.
** The original hour long episodes followed a sort of "ThreeShorts" format, with the Arabian Knights and Three Musketeer cartoon segments bookending a double length Danger Island chapter, with songs and sketches with the Splits appearing interspersed throughout.
** When the show was cut down to a half hour, it only featured one of the two cartoons, which alternated between shows and took one of the two part Danger Island stories and spread them out between two episodes, plus every other show had a song number in it.


* EditedforSyndication: The show was originally called The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, and as such was an hour long, but after the original run ended, the show was rebroadcasted as "The Banana Splits and Friends Show" which took the original hour long episodes and cutting them in half, getting two episodes out of it.

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* EditedforSyndication: EditedForSyndication: The show was originally called The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, and as such was an hour long, but after the original run ended, the show was rebroadcasted as "The Banana Splits and Friends Show" which took the original hour long episodes and cutting them in half, getting two episodes out of it.


* EditedforSyndication: The show was originally called The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, and as such was an hour long, but after the original run ended, the show was rebroadcasted as "The Banana Splits and Friends Show" which took the original hour long episodes and cutting them in half, getting two episodes out of it.

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* EditedforSyndication: *EditedforSyndication: The show was originally called The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, and as such was an hour long, but after the original run ended, the show was rebroadcasted as "The Banana Splits and Friends Show" which took the original hour long episodes and cutting them in half, getting two episodes out of it.
** The original hour long episodes followed a sort of "ThreeShorts" format, with the Arabian Knights and Three Musketeer cartoon segments bookending a double length Danger Island chapter, with songs and sketches with the Splits appearing interspersed throughout.
**When the show was cut down to a half hour, it only featured one of the two cartoons, which alternated between shows and took one of the two part Danger Island stories and spread them out between two episodes, plus every other show had a song number in
it.

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*EditedforSyndication: The show was originally called The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, and as such was an hour long, but after the original run ended, the show was rebroadcasted as "The Banana Splits and Friends Show" which took the original hour long episodes and cutting them in half, getting two episodes out of it.

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