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  • Laurel Rogers

    The Banana Splits- I still remember the song: "Tra la la, la la la la. One banana, two banana, three banana, four. Four bananas make a bunch and so do many more!"

  • Antonella Cahill

    one of my favorites growing up

  • Bev Lee

    The Banana Splits - fantastic theme tune, and I love The Arabian Nights cartoon!

  • Teri Silver

    Hanna Barbera The Banana Splits Fleagle, Beagle, Drooper and Snork

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