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The difference between Mr. Bojangles and Mr. Jingles is that Mr. Bojangles was a fictional character that is sung about. Mr. Jingles was an actual character that a person could see on the show, "Captain Kangaroo". Mr. Jingles was the name of the bunny puppet on that show.

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