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Bugs Bunny and little brown rabbit meet up with Pete Puma disguised as a female.

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About - Pete Puma

He first appeared in 1952 Robert McKimson cartoon, "Rabbit's Kin." In this cartoon, he is trying to eat a young rabbit named "Shorty," who asks Bugs Bunny for help. He appeared in only two Golden Age cartoons. The second one is the Robert McKimson cartoon featuring Elmer Fudd. In this cartoon, Pete is called Rocko the Mountain Lion. He also appeared in many "Tiny Toon Adventures" episodes. He appeared in 1997 Chuck Jones cartoon "Pullet Surprise." In this cartoon, he is trying to steal and eat chicken from Foghorn Leghorn. He also appeared in 2006 movie, Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas". He is one of Bugs' and Daffy's best friends in "The Looney Tunes Show." He made an appearance in "Wabbit: A New Looney Tunes Production" episode "Tweet Team." He appeared in the video game "Looney Tunes Collector: Martian Revenge" as a boss fight.

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Released in 1952, and directed by Robert McKimson, “Rabbit’s Kin” was the only theatrical release for Pete Puma. “Rabbit’s Kin” marks the first use of the “three or four” lumps of sugar gag, which heralded Pete Puma into cartoon history.

The original drawing rendered by Juan Ortiz and the master hand-inked by Laurie Dindis. The background painted by Hector Martinez and reproduced using the fine art Giclee process. - Clampett Studios

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