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Technically marvelous, cinematically hilarious, eye-popping combination of cartoon and live action create a Hollywood of the 1940s where cartoon characters are real and a repressed minority working in films. A 'toon-hating detective is hired to uncover the unfaithful wife of 2-D star Roger, and instead uncovers a conspiracy to wipe out all 'toons. Special appearances by many cartoon characters from the past. Coproduced by Touchstone (Disney) and Amblin (Spielberg). Adapted from "Who Censored Roger Rabbit?" by Gary K. Wolf.

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Available on Running time 104 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Live Action/Animation Combos, Femme Fatale, Private Eyes, Showbiz Comedies, Genre Spoofs, At the Movies, Parallel Universe, Special FX Extravaganzas, Top Grossing Films of 1988, Producers: Steven Spielberg, Rabbits
Screenplay
Jeffrey Price, Peter S. Seaman
Cast
Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Joanna Cassidy, Alan Tilvern, Stubby Kaye
Cinematography
Dean Cundey
Director
Robert Zemeckis
Music
Alan Silvestri
Other
Charles Fleischer, Mae Questel, Kathleen Turner, Amy Irving, Mel Blanc, June Foray, Frank Sinatra
Producer
Steven Spielberg, Amblin Entertainment, Touchstone Pictures

Awards

Oscars 1988: Film Editing, Visual FX.

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Nicholle

I watched this movie all the time when I was little. It was one of my favorite movies. The other day, I watched this movie and I realized that there are a lot of sexual jokes, especially between cartoon characters and normal characters. I think having cartoons with real people is kind of a cool thing for movies, even though it looks kind of weird. It's different than the average movie so I think people should see it. Roger Rabbit is a toon, and is married to a pretty toon named Jessica. Everyone likes her, and she and Roger are pretty much set up. An evil character tries to destroy Toon Town. The detective that hates toons has to figure out everything that is going on. His brother was killed by a toon so he doesn't want to go to Toon Town, but he has to. Of course this movie has a happy ending. This is a fun movie for everyone.