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'''Bruno''' was the surly bulldog superintendant of [[Eliot Shag]]'s apartment building on ''[[Dog City (series)|Dog City]]''. Aided or hindered by his helper [[Bowser]], Bruno frequently hassled Eliot, but cowtowed to the landlady, [[Ms. Fluffe]]. Bruno's behavior and plotlines often paralleled his animated alter-ego, in Eliot's cartoon series, [[Bugsy Vile]].
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'''Bruno''' was the surly bulldog superintendent of [[Eliot Shag]]'s apartment building on ''[[Dog City (series)|Dog City]]''. Aided or hindered by his helper [[Bowser]], Bruno frequently hassled Eliot, but cowtowed to the landlady, [[Ms. Fluffe]]. Bruno's behavior and plotlines often paralleled his animated alter-ego, in Eliot's cartoon series, [[Bugsy Vile]].
   
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 21:19, May 15, 2006

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Bruno

Bruno was the surly bulldog superintendent of Eliot Shag's apartment building on Dog City. Aided or hindered by his helper Bowser, Bruno frequently hassled Eliot, but cowtowed to the landlady, Ms. Fluffe. Bruno's behavior and plotlines often paralleled his animated alter-ego, in Eliot's cartoon series, Bugsy Vile.

Notes

The Bruno puppet was essentially the same as Bugsy Them, the gangster villain in the original Dog City special on The Jim Henson Hour. The puppet did double-duty in the episode "Gotta Have Hart," as the dream version of Bugsy Vile, the series equivalent of Bugsy Them.

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