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"At the Movies" (1991)
|Last appearance||All Grown Up!
"Curse of Reptar" (2005)
|Gender||Male cartoon tyrannosaurus|
Reptar is a fictional character from the American animated television series Rugrats. Reptar is a green T-Rex (and sometimes appears in red-violet and lilac) with rounded, blue spike-like appendages on his back, which intentionally causes him to resemble and spoof Godzilla.
Reptar is portrayed as being a fictional character in the Rugrats universe idolized by a majority of the children featured in the series, particularly Tommy Pickles and his friends. A gigantic green Tyrannosaurus Rex, Reptar's popularity as a character is noticeably akin to that possessed by Mickey Mouse, most notably seen in the merchandise spawned from his character as seen in the program owned by the babies and in the numerous forms of entertainment which he has inspired, such as an amusement park and an ice show (as featured in the episode "Reptar on Ice"). In episodes where he is not featured as a film character, he most commonly appears in merchandising owned by the characters such as breakfast cereals and stuffed dolls, and or may often make minor appearances in movies showcased on the Pickles family's television screen. He has inspired products constructed by Stu Pickles himself, most notably the Reptar Wagon, and has even made a name for himself as an icon throughout popular culture in the real world as well.
The Rugrats films 
Reptar appeared in the first Rugrats film as a wagon built by Tommy's father Stu Pickles. The Reptar Wagon was no ordinary wagon. It was made like a high-tech car that can do various things such as talk and turn into a boat (Aqua Reptar) when in water , and has fire breath. The Rugrats took him along with them on a journey to the "hopsical" to return Tommy's newborn brother Dil, but they wind up getting lost in the forest. In this appearance, Reptar is voiced by rapper Busta Rhymes of Flipmode Squad.
He had a more important role as a giant robot in Rugrats in Paris, when he was again built by Stu. His head fell off twice in the film, although Stu fixed it the first time for the play. The Rugrats also took him to the church to stop the wedding.
The Reptar Wagon is seen in the background in Rugrats Go Wild near the beginning of the film in the Pickles' backyard. Unlike in the previous films, neither Reptar nor the wagon have any relevance to the plot.
The Reptar Wagon appeared in several episodes of Rugrats following the release of The Rugrats Movie once again voiced by Busta Rhymes. However, the wagon's voice was actually re-used recordings from the film. The Reptar Wagon is rarely seen in the later episodes.
As an amusement park attraction 
Rugrats Runaway Reptar were a collection of several different Suspended Family Coasters designed by Vekoma, which first debuted in 2001 at Kings Island. It was the first inverted coaster designed specifically for children. The years 2002 and 2003 saw the coaster open at Dreamworld and Carowinds, respectively. The rides have since been renamed and rethemed.
|Name||Amusement Park||Location||Opening Date||Track Color||RCDB page|
|Rugrats Runaway Reptar||Kings Island||Mason, Ohio, United States of America||2001||Yellow/Green|||
|Rugrats Runaway Reptar||Dreamworld||Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia||December 26, 2002||Orange/Green|||
|Rugrats Runaway Reptar||Carowinds||Charlotte, North Carolina, United States of America||March 22, 2003||Orange/Green|||
- West, Mark I. (2008). "2. Reptar - The Rugrats Meet T-Rex". p. 7. ISBN 0-8108-5121-0. "Yet one of the significant secondary characters in The Rugrats is Reptar, a green dinosaur styles monster that is modeled after T-Rex"
- Flying ACE Aerial Chase (Kings Island)
- Rugrats Runaway Reptar (Dreamworld)
- Flying Ace Aerial Chase (Carowinds)