This article is about the short film. For the song, see Banana (song).
Banana is a computer animated short film from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures, starring the minions of Despicable Me. It is released with the DVD & Blu-Ray release of Despicable Me on December 14, 2010 and the third and last in the series of Despicable Me short films, the first being Home Makeover and the second being Orientation Day.
A minion named Larry finds a banana in his box and attempts to eat it, but his one-eyed co-worker named Darwin notices it and wants him to share it with him, but they fight for the banana after Larry refuses to share. Steve tells them to stop fighting but joins the fight when he sees the banana.
They fight and enter a rocket factory, and the banana's carried away by a trapping claw. The inspector minion releases the banana but accidentally releases the rockets also. The three minions together with the banana escape while the rockets explode behind them.
They then fight again to a canteen where they are joined and chased by numerous minions. During the fight, the banana is squished out of its peel and falls into a hole, much to the minions' disappointment. Lance appears with an apple, and the chase begins all over again.
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"Poca banana?" Asking for the banana.
"Bulaka!" Paul orders the two minions to Stop fighting.
"Bapple. Oh...um, Bapple? (Screams and runs away)" Lance shows up with an apple. When he takes a bite on it, all minions turn around and notice him and his apple, and he notices something goes wrong
"BA-NA-NAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!" A minion shouts in slow motion.
|Despicable Me (2010) • Despicable Me 2 (2013) • Minions (2015) • Despicable Me 3 (2017)|
|Minions 2 (2020)|
|Minion Madness (Home Makeover • Orientation Day • Banana) (2010) • (Puppy • Panic in the Mailroom • Training Wheels) (2013) • (Binky Nelson Unpacified • Competition • Cro Minion) (2015) • Mower Minions (2016)