Better than LSD for the Little Guys

March 1st, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  2 Comments

I got this from my good friend, and sometime DadWagon guest contributor, Gabe. It’s from a television show whose house band was known as the “Banana Splits.” Four singers, each named Leegle, Bingo, Drooper and Snorky, if Wikipedia is to be believed. But to me, this is just a small item of videographic evidence of why all Sixties children are batshit crazy…and kinda groovy. Enjoy.


  1. Jack says:

    March 1st, 2011at 8:22 pm(#)

    Dude, don’t talk about this like it is old. I grew up with the Banana Splits. Fleagle was cool. They had a great theme:

  2. Charlotte Fairchild says:

    March 3rd, 2011at 9:14 am(#)

    I don’t know. I think I remember them. Chocolate coco puffs sponsored them, I think. Groovy.

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