Who Framed Roger Rabbit

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9.8/10. Perfect family movie. I absolutely adore this movie, Bob Hoskins was great. He should've won the Oscar, I'm not joking. The perfect blend of live action and animation all time. The book served as great inspiration. I loved hearing Charles Fleischer as Roger, funny guy. Christopher Lloyd was perfect as was Kathleen Turner. Kids will love it as well as their parents.

Rob245
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Revealing mistake: When the weasels are at Eddie's apartment and Roger is handcuffed to Eddie, Roger runs under the bed and drags Eddie on the floor. As he pulls him you can clearly see a board with wheels under Eddie that is pulling him under the bed. (00:38:50)

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Eddie Valiant: I'm through with taking falls. And bouncing off the walls. Without that gun, I'd have some fun. I'd kick you in the...
[A vase hits Eddie in the head stopping his singing.]
Roger Rabbit: Nose.
Smart Ass: Nose? That don't rhyme with walls.
Eddie Valiant: But this does.
[Kicks Smart Ass in the balls].

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Trivia: After reading Judge Doom's introduction and that the character never blinks, Christopher Lloyd immediately realised that Judge Doom was a toon.

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Question: When Eddie is fighting Doom at the end he spots a box with a singing sword in it. He whips it out and sure enough, the sword starts singing. My question is, why would there even be a singing sword? Is this a reference to something else?

Carl Missouri

Answer: Valiant also shares his name with Arthurian comic strip hero Prince Valiant, who wields a singing sword, Flamberge.

Chosen answer: One of the legends of Excalibur says that the sword sang when Arthur pulled it from the stone. Bugs Bunny went on a quest for the singing sword in a cartoon once, so there's historical AND cartoon precedence for singing swords.

Captain Defenestrator Premium member

Answer: This is also a gag factory where such things like that would be made for cartoons.

Rob245
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