Billy Bunny's Animal Songs
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|Billy Bunny's Animal Songs|
|Directed by||David Gumpel|
|Produced by||Alex Rockwell
|Written by||Jim Lewis
|Music by||Jimmy Hammer
|Distributed by||The Jim Henson Company|
|Release dates||May 21, 1993|
Billy Bunny's Animal Songs is a direct-to-video film featuring The Muppets. It was the first of the titles in the Muppet Sing-Alongs series. This film was credited as one of Carmen Osbahr's first projects with the Muppets and also served as one of Richard Hunt's final works before his death.
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Billy Bunny sings his way across the forest where he runs across a swamp full of frogs, a cave filled with rapping bears (which were recycled from the generic bears from The Muppets Take Manhattan), and a singing porcupine.
- Kevin Clash - Billy Bunny
- Fran Brill - Frog, Porcupine
- Richard Hunt - Edgar Bear, Raccoon
- Rick Lyon -
- Jim Martin - Frog, Gopher
- Joey Mazzarino - Frog
- Kathryn Mullen - Mother Bunny, Frog, Gopher
- Jerry Nelson - Cecil Bear, Frog, Raccoon, Turtle
- Carmen Osbahr - Gopher
- David Rudman - Frog, Gopher, Penguin, Percival Bear, Termite
- Steve Whitmire - Kermit the Frog
- Billy Bunny appeared in a Muppet Time sketch where he tries to join the Frog Scouts.
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- Billy Bunny's Animal Songs at Muppet Wiki