Bananas Featuring Paul Aldrich

Theatrical Release: November 28, 2006
DVD Release: November 28, 2006
Bananas Featuring Paul Aldrich


This episode of the smash hit “Bananas ” features comedian and musician Paul Aldrich and is destined to be a favorite with audiences of all ages. Paul delivers a high impact, low carb comedy concert and proves “Bananas” is more than just stand-up comedy.With side-splitting interviews and some hilarious unscripted moments caught on tape, Paul takes you on a musical journey though his life, updating a few oldies with laughs along the way. Your stomach muscles will get a real workout laughing and singing along with Paul. Best of all, its good clean fun for the entire family!

Dove Review

Paul Aldrich is a talented musician as well as comedian. In fact, much of his humor is peformed in song. He performs one song which, though funny, also makes a point about people getting away from their cable and modems long enough to help out other people. He does a song which does speak about lust and “Baywatch” and “Temptation Island” and it would not be suitable for young children. He also does a song which mentions Baptists and Catholics, Charasmatics, and Jehovah’s Witnesses, but the song lightly pokes fun at what the various beliefs are known for and does not blatantly lampoon the beliefs. It is done in fun, as is a song on being dyslexic. Aldrich performs a serious song near the end of the show which is about the Lord altering us. Overall, the show is unquestionably clean and wholesome and we therefore recommend it for ages twelve and above.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A song which mentions lust. Aldrich speaks of his relationship with his wife--nothing too personal.
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: The mention of cleavage.
Other: A song about religions which, for example, compares dating girls to religions and one girl, a Jehovah's Witness, keeps returning and knocking on her ex-boyfriend's door. This is done in fun.


Company: Guardian Studios
Writer: Paul Aldrich
Producer: Richard Schilg
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 115 min.
Starring: Paul Aldrich
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter