A girl named Susie goes to an amusement park and are greeted by a couple of costumed tour guides, The Banana Splits who take her on a tour of the park. In another realm a witch sees Susie ... See full summary »

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Bingo / Frog / Octopus (voice)
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Fleegle / Tree (voice)
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A girl named Susie goes to an amusement park and are greeted by a couple of costumed tour guides, The Banana Splits who take her on a tour of the park. In another realm a witch sees Susie and wants to make her a witch so she lures her into her realm. The Splits follow her and discover a world of magic. They try to rescue Susie from the witch and are aided by a couple of bickering wizards, Hocus and Pocus. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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25 November 1972 (USA)  »

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Spun-off from The Banana Splits Adventure Hour (1968) See more »

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Animated Banana Splits
24 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

I just watched this on the Boomerang channel and while I did enjoy this enough to recommend, it just wasn't the same. First, the costumes looked different and I had to think that the original suits that were worn was probably thrown out and new ones had to be made. Secondly, the voice of Allan Melvin (Drooper) disappears for about 15 minutes later in the show and you can't help but notice the new voice which sounds completely different! I really wonder what was going on during the making of this. I loved the Banana Splits as a kid and I did enjoy this, but it's obvious that this effort wasn't well thought out and appears like it was rushed onto the air.


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