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DC Comics

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Superman & Bugs Bunny Vol 1:

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Muppet

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Bugs - a rabbit to remember! (as seen in Sesame Street Episode 3165)
Fozzie as Bugs Bunny.

Bugs Bunny is the most famous character in the Warner Bros. stable of animated characters. Although formative versions of the character dated to 1938, the fully realized Bugs Bunny is generally recognized as having made his debut in the 1940 Academy Award-nominated short subject A Wild Hare.

Bugs, along with Daffy Duck, appeared with the Muppet Babies in the 1990 animated television special Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue and hours later appeared on The Earth Day Special, which featured Kermit the Frog among others. Bugs also appeared in the pro-recycling short "Yakety Yak - Take It Back," which appeared on Sesame Street in the 1990s.

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  • In an Ernie and Bert sketch from 1982, Ernie is desperately seeking Dr. Livingstone so he can ask him one vital question: "What's up, Doc?"
  • Baby Fozzie dresses as the rabbit in the episode "The Great Muppet Cartoon Show."

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