Banacek season 1 episode 5

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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Banacek' from 1970-1982:

  • Christine Belford as Carlie Kirkland (1972-1974)
  • George Peppard as Thomas Banacek (1972-1974)
  • Murray Matheson as Felix Mulholland (1972-1974)
  • Ralph Manza as Jay Drury (1972-1974)

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns.)

September 13, 1972:Let's Hear It For A Living Legend
Season 1, episode 1
W: Del Reisman   D: Jack Smight

With Stefanie Powers (Angie Ives), Madlyn Rhue (Holly Allencamp), Robert Webber (Jerry Brinkman), John Brodie (Ritchie Mulligan), Deacon Jones (Joe Fabian), Anitra Ford (Susan), Colby Chester (Corliss), John Finnegan (Lt. Hallohan), Chris Forbes (Debbie), Curt Gowdy (Himself), Marty Ingels (Himself), Conrad Janis (Video Technician), Charlie Jones (Himself), Michael Lerner (Bartender), Tom Mack (Ed Wolinski), Jock Mahoney (Albert Bates), Chuck Morrell (Hank Ives), Byron Morrow (Grant), Peggy Walton (Dr. Judy Forrest), Gene Washington (Clay Mills).
When a professional football player vanishes from the field of play before a large crowd and millions of TV viewers, leaving only his helmet behind, Banacek is called in by the owner of the team to solve the mystery of the bizarre disappearance.September 27, 1972:Project Phoenix
Season 1, episode 2
W: David Moessinger   D: Richard T. Heffron

With Joanna Pettet (Christine Verdon), William Windom (Harry Wexler), Herb Edelman (Joe Taddenhurst), Bruce Kirby (Collier), Bert Convy (Douglas Ruddermond), John Fiedler (Paddle), Isaac Fields (Fats), Warren Finnerty (Whitey), Seamon Glass (Deke), Stafford Repp (Police Chief), Peter Mark Richman (Andy Cole), Percy Rodrigues (Faldor).
A railroad car carrying an experimental auto prototype, en route non-stop to Boston, vanishes and Tom Banacek is asked to find out how it happened and the reasons why.October 11, 1972:No Sign Of The Cross
Season 1, episode 3
W: Robert Presnell Jr.   D: Daryl Duke

With Louise Sorel (Alicia Danato), Broderick Crawford (Gilbert Deretzo), Gordon Pinsent (John Weymouth), Jack MacGowran (Michele Lanier), Alan Fudge (Logan Howard), Peter Brocco (Cardinal), Ahna Capri (Mme. Pompadour), Annette Cardona (Cecelia Gomez), Peter Donat (Robert Morgan), Victor Jory (Paul Andros), Julio Medina (Padre Borda), Ruben Moreno (Colonel Perez), Kermit Murdock (Archbishop), Francisco Ortega (Padre Guillermo), Ned Romero (Chief Frank Mendoza), Alfonso Tafoya (Anselmo Gomez).
An ancient religious cross, worth $1 million and donated by a big mobster in the 1930s, is stolen while being transported by car from Mexico to the United States. Banacek begins the task of searching for the object.November 1, 1972:A Million The Hard Way
Season 1, episode 4
W: Stanley Ralph Ross   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Margot Kidder (Linda Carsini), Don Porter (Arnold Leeland), Don Keefer (Loomis), Barry Russo (Lester Sawyer), Claire Brennan (Betty Janus), William Bryant (Frank Burns), Angela Green (Marcia Leeland), Dolores Quinton (Edna Beach), Harvey Fisher (Andrews), Russ Marin (Marvin Flanders), Stanley Ralph Ross (Larry Fields), Mary Ann Gibson (Florence Loomis).
A million dollars in cash vanishes while on display in Las Vegas and Banacek is called in to investigate.November 15, 1972:To Steal A King
Season 1, episode 5
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Lou Antonio

With Kevin McCarthy (Allen Markham), Janis Paige (Lydia Markham), Brenda Vaccaro (Sharon Clark), Pernell Roberts (Matthew Donniger), Roger C. Carmel (Oliver Garson), Irene Tedrow (Dr. Bancroft), Tod Andrews (Graves), Anthony Eustrel (Butler), John Finnegan (Lt. Hallohan), Will Hare (Greyson), Logan Ramsey (Roland Garson), David Spielberg (Wendell Church), Hope Summers (Mrs. Liddell), William Taylor (Ballinger).
A coin collection of unlimited value vanishes from a hotel vault and police and hotel security are unable to solve the case. The collection was to have been auctioned for $3 million and Banacek discovers there was a rivalry between the owner of the collection and his competitor.January 10, 1973:Ten Thousand Dollars A Page
Season 1, episode 6
W: Paul Playdon   D: Richard T. Heffron

With David Wayne (Walter Tyson), Ted Cassidy (Jerry Crawford), David Doyle (Elliot), Joel Fabiani (Art Woodward), Stella Stevens (Jill Hammond), Richard Schaal (Glassman), George Lindsey (Lt. Bradshaw), Michael Masters (Steve Crawford).
A tycoon, confined to a wheelchair, is persuaded to display his priceless Book of Hours, but the book vanishes just before it is shown. Banacek is brought in to unravel the mystery.January 24, 1973:The Greatest Collection Of Them All
Season 1, episode 7
W: Theodore J. Flicker   D: George McCowan

With George Murdock (Cavanaugh), Penny Marshall (Receptionist), Mike Farrell (Jason Trotter), Penny Fuller (Gloria Hamilton), Barbara Stuart (Sailor), David Spielberg (Wendell Church), John Hoyt (Dr. Shelby), Eugene Troobnick (Norm Katz), Garry Walberg (Lt. Warsaw), Gene Dynarski (Ben Wheeler), Robert DoQui (Sgt. Flynn), John Gilgreen (Jim), George Brenlin (Tom Davis), Lloyd Gough (Alan Trotter), Arch Johnson (Larry Casey).
A fortune in paintings, billed as the world's greatest collection of French Impressionists, is stolen en route from New York to Boston.February 7, 1973:The Two Million Clams Of Cap'n Jack
Season 1, episode 8
W: Stanley Ralph Ross   D: Richard T. Heffron

With Linden Chiles (Henry DeWitt), Jason Evers (Roger Sloan), William Schallert (Leo Osburn), Gregory Sierra (Norman Esposito), Jessica Walter (Erica Osburn), David White (W. Crawford Morgan), Andrew Duggan (Cap'n Jack Osburn), Wally Taylor (Ed Spencer), Fredd Wayne (Stein), Liam Dunn (Howard Hanrahan), Joan Pringle (Ann Spencer), Michael DeLano (Simson), Selette Cole (Lucille Sloan), Fredricka Myers (Nora).
When valuable stock certificate plates are stolen, the United Food Company sends for Banacek. The case is complicated because the UFC was about to take over a restaurant chain, and both firms have suspicious backgrounds.

October 3, 1973:No Stone Unturned
Season 2, episode 1
W: George Sheldon Smith, Lee Santley, Robert Van Scoyk   D: Richard T. Heffron

With Gary Lockwood (Owen Russell), Don Stroud (Vince O'Hara), Scott Brady (David Collier), Candy Clark (Gretel), Larry Pennell (Pete Biesecker), Peggy Walton (Jennifer Nesburn), Murray Matheson, Joe Maross, Linden Chiles (Henry DeWitt).
The second season starts with Banacek being called in when a huge $3 million sculpture disappears just before its unveiling. He takes the assignment with the understanding from the insurance company that he will get 10 percent of the sculpture's value if he recovers it within two days. Working more or less with him -- but anxious to find the sculpture before he does -- is insurance investigator Carlie Kirkland (Christine Belford, a new regular in the series).November 7, 1973:If Max Is So Smart, Why Doesn't He Tell Us Where He Is?
Season 2, episode 2
W: Robert Van Scoyk   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With George Murdock (Cavanaugh), Anne Baxter (Leslie Lyle), Richard Jordan (Chris Bailey), Paul Richards (Dr. Richard Ketner), Alan Fudge (Logan Howard), Jim Davis (Ed McKay), Poupee Bocar (Wanda), John Zaremba (Dr. Wickham), William Sylvester (Dr. Stahl), Sabrina Scharf (Wyn Reever), Julie Rogers (Lois).
A highly prized medical computer disappears from a lab fortified with electric fences and sensitive alarms.November 21, 1973:The Three Million Dollar Piracy
Season 2, episode 3
W: Stanley Ralph Ross, Robert Van Scoyk   D: Andrew V. McLaglen

With Linden Chiles (Henry DeWitt), Don Knight (Isaac Porter), Dick Gautier (Mario Fratelli), Arlene Martel (Diana Maitland), Titos Vandis (Capt. Larkos), Byron Morrow (Max Benson), Jean Manson (Wilda Porter), Martin Kosleck (Bruno Altrahidy), Lada Edmund Jr. (Lila Porter), Susan Damante (Leona Sanborn), Rudy Challenger (Lt. Trask), Hal Buckley (Doug Sanborn).
A hand-made, jewel-encrusted, 2,000 pound wooden coach is mysteriously missing after being loaded aboard a freighter. Banacek tries to find out how the large coach could have been removed from a steel container that was welded shut, with only a six-inch square hole cut into the container with an acetylene torch.January 15, 1974:The Vanishing Chalice
Season 2, episode 4
W: Mort Fine   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Cesar Romero (Marius Avantalu), Eric Braeden (Paul Bolitho), Sue Ane Langdon (Sybil Payson), John Saxon (Harry Harland), George Murdock (Cavanaugh), Don Collier (Jimmy Scarne), Paul Picerni (Det. Winslow).
A one-of-a-kind Greek chalice, valued at $15 million, disappears from a closely guarded room at the Boston Museum and Banacek tries to find out how.January 22, 1974:Horse Of A Slightly Different Color
Season 2, episode 5
W: Jimmy Sangster   D: Herschel Daugherty

With Anne Francis (Katherine Wells), Tim O'Connor (Howard James), Lane Bradbury (Sally James), Ramon Bieri (John Hargroves), John Crawford (Owen Summers), Willard Sage (Anthony Mitchell), Allen Ludden (Interviewer), Pamela Hensley (Mandy), Harry Carey Jr. (Dean Barrett), Rocky Frier (Tommy), Terry Wilson (Chuck Smith), Linden Chiles (Henry DeWitt).
A valuable champion racehorse vanishes during a workout and Banacek is called in to find out how it happened.February 12, 1974:Rocket To Oblivion
Season 2, episode 6
W: Robert Van Scoyk   D: Andrew V. McLaglen

With George Murdock (Cavanaugh), Linda Evans (Cherry Saint-Saens), Andrew Prine (Tom Wardlow), Dick Van Patten (Donald Morgan), Jayne Kennedy (Girl Demonstrator), Phil Carey (Art Gallagher), Roy Poole (Lt. Garrett), Tom Drake (Roger Fanshion), Don Gordon (Buck Powell), Robert Rothwell (Officer Lonigan), Jimmy Joyce (Eddie).
A revolutionary rocket engine disappears while on display at an exposition center, and Banecek is called to find it.February 19, 1974:Fly Me - If You Can Find Me
Season 2, episode 7
W: Harold Livingston   D: Bernard L. Kowalski

With Sterling Hayden (Tony Fowler), Victoria Principal (Brooke Collins), Jack Kelly (Lou Wayne), Patricia Quinn (Charlotte Malloy), James Daris (Roy Gilbert), Charles H. Gray (Capt. Dave Roberts), Carlos Romero (Sheriff Ortega), Richard Roat (Stan Price), Paul Cavonis (Andy Hall), Beverly Gill (Gina), Laurence Haddon (Joe Daley), Larry Ward (Len Malloy), Don Hamner (Charlie Tyson), Byron Mabe (Walt Kinsdale).
Banacek must face a crippled tycoon while trying to locate a missing airplane at a small desert airfield.March 12, 1974:Now You See Me, Now You Don't
Season 2, episode 8
W: Stanley Roberts   D: Bernard McEveety

With Peter Marshall (Hal Parker), Nancy Olson (Louise Merrick), Gretchen Corbett (Vickie Merrick), Jay Robinson (Bradley Merrick / Kurt Steiner), Pat Harrington Jr. (Phil Ross), Bruce Gordon (Maxwell Barker), Frank Maxwell (Higgins), Kathie Browne (Shirley Cole), Phillip Pine (Ed Harvey), Lynette Mettey (Emily Parker), Kai Hernandez (Sandra), Gene Dynarski (Leo), Lew Brown (Wilson), Walter Brooke (Walter Peterson), Kathrine Baumann (Gloria Baker), Gerald S. Peters (Davis), Sharyn Wynters (Lorraine).
A banker vanishes from a theater while performing a disappearing act in a trick, just as police are about to arrest him for grand larceny. (Last show of the series.)


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Network: NBC

Peppard played Thomas Banacek, a suave, Polish-American freelance investigator based in Boston, who solved seemingly impossible thefts (see locked room mystery). He then collected from the insurance companies 10% of the insured value of the recovered property. One of Banacek's verbal signatures was the quotation of strangely worded yet curiously cogent "Polish" proverbs. -- WikiPedia

To Steal a King

#1 - To Steal a King

Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired Nov 15, 1972

Banacek must discover how a coin collector's priceless collection is stolen from a locked vault inside a state-of-the-art secure hotel room.

star 8.52
21 votes
Ten Thousand Dollars a Page

#2 - Ten Thousand Dollars a Page

Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired Jan 10, 1973

Banacek must solve a murder and the disappearance of a valuable book from a theft-proof display case.

star 8.50
20 votes
No Stone Unturned

#3 - No Stone Unturned

Season 2 - Episode 1 - Aired Oct 3, 1973

Banacek must locate a 3-ton, 3-meter-tall statue that inexplicably disappears before its unveiling.

star 8.38
24 votes
Writers: George Sheldon Smith, Lee Santley, Robert Van Scoyk
Horse of a Slightly Different Color

#4 - Horse of a Slightly Different Color

Season 2 - Episode 5 - Aired Jan 22, 1974

Banacek must figure out how a $5 million racehorse was switched for another during its morning workout.

star 8.33
18 votes
The Vanishing Chalice

#5 - The Vanishing Chalice

Season 2 - Episode 4 - Aired Jan 15, 1974

Banacek and Carlie race to solve the mystery of a one-of-a-kind Greek treasure that disappeared from a museum gallery in front of a crowd of startled onlookers.

star 8.20
25 votes
A Million the Hard Way

#6 - A Million the Hard Way

Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired Nov 1, 1972

A million dollars in cash disappears from a Las Vegas casino's tamperproof display case.

star 8.15
20 votes
Writers: Stanley Ralph Ross
Rocket to Oblivion

#7 - Rocket to Oblivion

Season 2 - Episode 6 - Aired Feb 12, 1974

An experimental rocket engine disappears from a trade show display.

star 8.14
21 votes
Writers: Robert Van Scoyk
The Three Million Dollar Piracy

#8 - The Three Million Dollar Piracy

Season 2 - Episode 3 - Aired Nov 21, 1973

A precious jewel-encrusted coach is stolen from a sealed container as it's loaded onto a cargo ship.

star 8.09
22 votes
Writers: Robert Van Scoyk, Stanley Ralph Ross
Let's Hear It for a Living Legend

#9 - Let's Hear It for a Living Legend

Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Sep 13, 1972

When a professional football player vanishes from the field of play in front of a large crowd and millions of TV viewers, Banacek is called in by the owner of the team to solve the mystery.

star 8.03
37 votes
Fly Me -- If You Can Find Me

#11 - Fly Me -- If You Can Find Me

Season 2 - Episode 7 - Aired Feb 19, 1974

A crippled airplane makes an emergency landing on a tiny desert airstrip, only to vanish the next morning.

star 7.90
20 votes
Writers: Harold Livingston
No Sign of the Cross

#12 - No Sign of the Cross

Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Oct 11, 1972

A priceless gold cross disappears en route from Mexico to Los Angeles, despite being guarded by an army officer and handcuffed to a priest.

star 7.86
21 votes
Writers: Robert Presnell Jr.
Project Phoenix

#13 - Project Phoenix

Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Sep 27, 1972

A $5,000,000 experimental car, and the train car it was being transported on, both disappear without a trace.

star 7.85
26 votes
Writers: David Moessinger
Now You See Me, Now You Don't

#14 - Now You See Me, Now You Don't

Season 2 - Episode 8 - Aired Mar 12, 1974

Banacek assists the daughter of a stage magician, suspected of grand larceny, who disappeared during his act - for good.

star 7.79
19 votes
The Greatest Collection of Them All

#15 - The Greatest Collection of Them All

Season 1 - Episode 7 - Aired Jan 24, 1973

Banacek must figure out how $23 million worth of paintings vanished from a sealed truck on its way from New York to Boston.

star 7.76
21 votes
Writers: Theodore J. Flicker
If Max is So Smart, Why Doesn't He Tell Us Where He Is?

#16 - If Max is So Smart, Why Doesn't He Tell Us Where He Is?

Season 2 - Episode 2 - Aired Nov 7, 1973

A highly prized medical computer disappears from a lab fortified with electric fences and sensitive alarms.

star 7.67
12 votes
Writers: Robert Van Scoyk
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This article is about the TV series. For the mentalist/entertainer, see Banachek.

Banacek is an American detective TV series starring George Peppard that aired on the NBC network from 1972 to 1974. The series was part of the rotating NBC Wednesday Mystery Movie anthology. It alternated in its time slot with several other shows, but was the only one of them to last beyond its first season.


Peppard played Thomas Banacek,[2] a Polish-American freelance, Boston-based private investigator who solves seemingly impossible thefts. He collects from the insurance companies 10% of the insured value of the recovered property. One of Banacek's verbal signatures is the quotation of strangely worded yet curiously cogent "Polish" proverbs such as:

  • "If you're not sure that it's potato borscht, there could be orphans working in the mines."
  • "When an owl comes to a mouse picnic, it's not there for the sack races."
  • "Though the hippopotamus has no sting in its tail, the wise man would prefer to be sat upon by the bee."
  • "A truly wise man never plays leapfrog with a unicorn."
  • "When a wolf is chasing your sleigh, throw him a raisin cookie, but don't stop to bake a cake."
  • "Just because the cat has her kittens in the oven doesn't make them biscuits."
  • "You can read all the books in the library my son, but the cheese will still smell after four days."
  • "No matter how warm the smile on the face of the Sun, the cat still has her kittens under the porch."
  • "Even a one thousand złoty note cannot tap dance."
  • "Only the centipede can hear all the hundred footsteps of his uncle."

Part of the joke is that Ralph Manza, as Banacek's chauffeur Jay Drury, will often ask "What does it mean, Boss?" Banacek also has a running agreement with his chauffeur for a 10% share of Banacek's 10% if he solved the crime. Mr. Drury is never at a loss for a potential solution that Banacek always manages to shoot down with his very next line. Another recurring gag is for other characters—particularly his rivals— to mispronounce his name deliberately. The name "Banaczek" (as pronounced in the show) is actually quite rare in Poland.[3]

Murray Matheson plays seller of rare books and information source Felix Mulholland, a character always ready with a droll remark and who exhibits a passion for chess and jigsaw puzzles. He is also the series' only character to ever call Banacek by his first name.

Recurring characters include insurance company executive Cavanaugh (George Murdock), Banacek's rival and some-time love interest Carlie Kirkland (Christine Belford), and another insurance investigator/rival Fennyman/Henry DeWitt (Linden Chiles).

Banacek lives on historic Beacon Hill in Boston.[4] While he has a limousine and driver, he also owns and sometimes drives an antique 1941 Packard convertible. Both vehicles are equipped with mobile radio telephones at a time when such devices are uncommon and expensive. Banacek is intelligent, well-educated, cultured, and suave. An unapologetic ladies' man who enjoys the company of beautiful women, he is also street-smart and can engage in hand-to-hand combat when the need arises; in one episode he mentions having learned combat judo in the Marine Corps. He grew up in Scollay Square and a childhood acquaintance described him as the neighborhood jock who excelled in all sports. For recreation he jogs, plays squash, engages in weekend touch football and sculling on the Charles River.



In general, the series was shot on the Universal Studios backlot, though location scenes were filmed around Los Angeles in areas that could pass for Boston, or rural areas near there. The episode titled "If Max Is So Smart, Why Doesn't He Tell Us Where He Is?" was shot on location at the California Institute of the Arts around the time the school first opened. "Ten Thousand Dollars a Page" was filmed at the Pasadena Art Museum, later known as the Pasadena Museum of Modern Art and now the Norton Simon Museum of Art.

A customized 1969 American Motors AMX was built by George Barris for the second regular-season episode.[5] The car became known as the AMX-400 and it is now owned by an automobile collector.[6] Other continuing cars in the series were a 1941 Packard 180 with a Victoria body designed by Howard "Dutch" Darrin (license plate number 178344),[7] a 1973 Corvette (driven by Ms. Kirkland) and a 1973 Cadillac Fleetwoodlimousine (mobile telephone number KL 17811). In keeping with both the exotic car theme and the humor between Banacek and his driver Jay Drury, he was even chauffeured around in a Willys MB, Jeep CJ2A,[8] and a CJ6,[9] as well as a brand new Ford/De Tomaso Pantera.

In preparation for both the pilot, first, and then the second seasons, the cast went to Boston and filmed a variety of background scenes. These scenes were then used through the series and are especially shown in the opening scenes, including Banacek rowing on the Charles River and walking through Government Center. In the pilot, Banacek's car pulls into his Beacon Hill home, the historic Second Harrison Gray Otis House located at 85 Mount Vernon Street. In other episodes, views are shown of the Public Garden, the entry to Felix's bookstore at 50 Beacon Street, and the Esplanade. The Boston-filmed pieces were done by a second unit and directed by Peppard himself.


Although the show had a mixture of humor and rather intricate plots, it never generated strong ratings. Despite this, the show was well received by critics. In addition, the Polish American Congress gave the series an award for portraying Polish Americans in a good manner.[10]


Banacek was well received by television critics, and as a result was picked up for a third season. However, before the third season could start, Peppard quit the show to prevent his ex-wife Elizabeth Ashley from receiving a larger percentage of his earnings as part of their divorce settlement. The complication ended any chance of reviving Banacek during Peppard's lifetime. A&E continued rebroadcasts of Banacek in syndication.

In popular culture[edit]

The mentalist Steven Shaw adopted his stage name "Banachek" after the television program.[11]

In 2018, Banacek was the subject of an episode-length parody in The Simpsons ("Homer Is Where The Art Isn't"), referencing items from the series' storytelling format to its establishing shots, including Goldenberg's theme music.[12]

The show was referenced by the band Fun Lovin' Criminals in the lyrics of its 1998 single "Love Unlimited".


Pilot: 1972[edit]

Season 1: 1972–73[edit]

Season 2: 1973–74[edit]

Home media[edit]

Arts Alliance America has released the entire series on DVD in Region 1. Season one was released on May 15, 2007, without the series pilot. Season two was released on January 22, 2008, and included the pilot episode. On September 30, 2008, Arts Alliance released Banacek: The Complete Series, a five-disc boxset featuring all 16 episodes.

In Region 2, Fabulous Films released both seasons on DVD in the UK on February 10, 2014.[13][14]

In Region 4, Madman Entertainment has released both seasons on DVD in Australia.[15][16]


  1. ^Harris, Steve (1988). Film, television, and stage music on phonograph records: a discography. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland. p. 280. ISBN . OCLC 15790964.
  2. ^Banaczek is the original Polish spelling, pronounced BAH-nah-chek.
  3. ^"Polish Surnames Database".
  4. ^The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), retrieved 2018-02-03
  5. ^"'Banacek' AMX 400". Barris Custom. 2013. Retrieved 15 July 2017.
  6. ^Auto Editors of Consumer Guide (23 September 2007). "AMX-400: Profile of a Custom Car". Retrieved 15 July 2017.
  7. ^"1942 Packard One-Eighty Convertible Victoria by Darrin". Sothebys. 2 August 2008. Retrieved 15 July 2017.
  8. ^"Willys MB 'Jeep'". Retrieved 15 July 2017.
  9. ^"Jeep CJ-6". Retrieved 15 July 2017.
  10. ^The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946–Present. Ballantine Books. 2003. p. 85. ISBN .
  11. ^Draper, Paul. "Banachek LIVE Video Q&A on Full Circle Magic, Streamed on Nov. 19, 2014". Retrieved 14 Nov 2017.
  12. ^Perkins, Dennis (March 18, 2018). "Bill Hader helps The Simpsons stick it to that Banacek guy, who must work there or something". The AV Club. Onion, Inc. Retrieved March 20, 2018.
  13. ^"Fabulous Films". Retrieved 13 January 2015.
  14. ^"Fabulous Films". Retrieved 13 January 2015.
  15. ^"Madman Entertainment". Madman Entertainment. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
  16. ^"Madman Entertainment". Madman Entertainment. Retrieved 13 January 2015.

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