Anna Banana: Vol. 2 Trailer

Anna Banana: Vol. 2 Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

Kids learn valuable life lessons about honesty, friendship, responsibility and more in this collection of 10 episodes from the Family Channel children's series filled with music, fun and a mix of live-action puppets and animated scenery. Enter the world of mischievous 6-year-old Anna Banana, her mother, brother Dweezle, friend Muffin and teacher Miz Mizerie as they laugh and learn together. Episodes include "Big Secret," "Birthday Cake" and more.

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