The Banana Splits in Hocus-Pocus Park is a 1972 telefilm, produced by Hanna-Barbera for The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie. The beginning and ending are in live action, but the rest of the film is animated.
The Banana Splits are tour guides who offer to take a little girl, Susie, on a tour of the park. Susie spies a runaway balloon and tries to retrieve it. The balloon floats away into a billboard advertising an area of the park inhabited by Hocus and Pocus, a pair of magicians with special powers, and an evil witch. As Susie and the Splits enter the billboard, they become animated characters and encounter the witch. The witch captures Susie, and the Splits, with the help of Hocus and Pocus, must fight a mechanical knight to gain her freedom.
- Daws Butler as Bingo
- Joan Gerber as the witch
- Allan Melvin as Drooper
- Howard Morris as Hocus and Pocus
- Michele Tobin as Susie
- Paul Winchell as Fleegle
When Bingo says, "You're the strongest," to Snorky, his face turns orange.