Who Framed Roger Rabbit

1988

PG

103 Min

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

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In the 1940’s Hollywood there are not only people but cartoon characters starring in films. Roger Rabbit, one of the biggest stars, is thought to have killed someone and the private detective Eddie Valiant must help the wanted Toonstar. A groundbreaking comedy where actors and cartoons are woven perfectly together.

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Released:
Jun 21st, 1988
Budget:
$70,000,000.00
Revenue:
$329,803,958.00
Country:
USA

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- A "prequel" with the working title "Toon Platoon" never got out of the developmental stage.

- To convince the Disney and Amblin executives that they could make the movie, the filmmakers shot a short test involving Roger bumping into some crates in an alley and then getting picked up…More

- The truck full of "stuff" (bowling balls, pianos, etc.) that Eddie Valiant crashes into when he returns to Toontown is labeled "ACME Overused Gags".

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