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||Buena Vista Home Video|
|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 filmed in 1990 before production on The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson and released in May 21, 1993. 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 Muppet Sing Along It's Not Easy Being Green and a Muppet Time sketch where he tries to join the Frog Scouts.
- The puppet for the Porcupine appeared in The Muppet Christmas Carol.
- The puppet for the Termite appeared in No, You Shut Up!
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- Billy Bunny's Animal Songs at Muppet Wiki
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