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Filmography

1948: Haredevil Hare
Marvin and K-9's first TV appearance. The two Martians have a run-in with Bugs Bunny on their Mars-to-Moon Expedition, and Bugs ruins Marvin's plan to blow up the Earth with his Uranium Pew-36 Explosive Space Modulator (yep, he used a different type of explosive back then!).

1952: The Hasty Hare
Marvin receives orders from the general to bring one Earth creature back to Mars. Unfortunately, he makes the mistake of choosing Bugs Bunny. Bugs manages to trick Marvin and K-9 in all sorts of ways, like convincing Marvin that his faithful dog is really plotting against him!

1953: Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century
Marvin makes his third appearance in this cartoon parody of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. Duck Dodgers (Daffy Duck) and his eager young space cadet, Porky Pig, travel to Planet X, the only remaining source of Illudium Phosdex, the shaving cream atom, to claim it for Earth. But Dodgers winds up in a battle with Marvin, who's dead-set on claiming Planet X in the name of Mars.

1958: Hare-Way to the Stars
Once again, Marvin's ready to destroy the Earth with his Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator. . . And once again, Bugs Bunny interrupts his plans, stealing Marvin's Space Modulator to save his planet. Marvin creates a group of Instant Martians (just add water!) and sends them after Bugs.

1963: Mad as a Mars Hare
From his laboratory on Mars, Marvin observes a rocket launch on Earth through his telescope. He doesn't know that the rocket is headed for Mars--until it crashes into his lab, with Bugs Bunny inside of it. Marvin zaps Bugs with his ACME Space-Time Gun, hoping to send Bugs into the future where he'll be "a useful but harmless slave" to the Martian. But Marv has the gun in reverse, and he accidentally turns Bugs into a hulking Neanderthal bunny!

1980: Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24 1/2 Century
Duck Dodgers is assigned to protect the Rack-and-Pinion Molecule, the only substance that can polish yo-yos. Meanwhile, Marvin the Martian attempts to (what else?) blow up Earth. Gossamer (ya know, the big hairy monster with the sneakers?) also makes an appearance here. (Thanks to Steven Paradise and LOUIE3639 for this bit of info!)

1980: Spaced-Out Bunny
Marvin captures Bugs and brings the rabbit back to Mars as a playmate for Hugo.

1991: Bugs Bunny's Lunar Tunes
Marvin's furious with the people of Earth . . . so much so that he wants to blow up the planet (as usual). But this time he's going to get it done legally (you need a permit for that), and the little Martian takes his case before an interstellar court, with Bugs Bunny defending Earth.

1996: Marvin the Martian in the 3rd Dimension
A 12-minute, 3-D cartoon starring Marvin, K-9, and Daffy Duck that can only be seen at the Warner Bros. Flagship Store in Manhattan, NY. I haven't seen this one yet (heck, I haven't even been to NY!). If any of you Marvin fans are ever in the area, be sure to check it out and let me know how it is!

1996: Space Jam
This is the first Looney Tunes movie to hit the big screen. Marvin winds up as the referee for the basketball game pitting the Tune Squad against the Monstars. Marv gets a costume change here: His suit has a collar and shorter sleeves, and his skirt is black and white, not green.

 

Guest Appearances:
Marvin had a role in a Tiny Toons episode, Duck Dodgers Jr., which also featured Daffy and Plucky Duck, and Marcia the Martian. He had a brief cameo role in a Simpsons episode titled The Springfield Files, an X-Files parody that guest-starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. Look for him in the ET line-up. Marv also appeared in a Taz-Mania episode, The Man From M.A.R.S.. Marvin decides to take a vacation, but Taz shows up and manages to ruin it. Marvin's definitely not happy about this, and he decides to blow up the Earth! (Thanks to Liz the Martian for this information!) Finally, Marv starred in an Animaniacs episode, but I still haven't seen that one yet. If you have any information, please e-mail me!

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