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'''The Easter Bunny''' is the traditional secular emblem of the [[Easter]] holidays, bringing eggs and occasionally chocolate bunnies and marshmallow chicks. He has been portrayed in various Muppet productions.
 
'''The Easter Bunny''' is the traditional secular emblem of the [[Easter]] holidays, bringing eggs and occasionally chocolate bunnies and marshmallow chicks. He has been portrayed in various Muppet productions.
   
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Image:Character.easterbunny.jpg|A [[Large Lavender Live Hand]] [[Anything Muppets|Anything Muppet]] Easter Bunny appeared in a [[Sesame_Street_News_Flash#holidaymix|Sesame Street News Flash]] sketch in which he thought he was [[Santa Claus]]; performed by [[Richard Hunt]] (1975)
 
Image:Character.easterbunny.jpg|A [[Large Lavender Live Hand]] [[Anything Muppets|Anything Muppet]] Easter Bunny appeared in a [[Sesame_Street_News_Flash#holidaymix|Sesame Street News Flash]] sketch in which he thought he was [[Santa Claus]]; performed by [[Richard Hunt]] (1975)
 
Image:Character.bernietheeasterbu.jpg|[[Bernie (Easter Bunny)|Bernie, the Easter Bunny]] from ''[[The Muppet Show]]''; performed by [[John Lovelady]] (1976)
 
Image:Character.bernietheeasterbu.jpg|[[Bernie (Easter Bunny)|Bernie, the Easter Bunny]] from ''[[The Muppet Show]]''; performed by [[John Lovelady]] (1976)

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The Easter Bunny is the traditional secular emblem of the Easter holidays, bringing eggs and occasionally chocolate bunnies and marshmallow chicks. He has been portrayed in various Muppet productions.

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