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Who Framed Roger Rabbit ★★★★★


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Oscar-winning comedy mixing human and animated action. Roger Rabbit, co-star of the Baby Herman cartoons, suspects that his voluptuous wife Jessica has been unfaithful. Studio mogul RK Maroon, employs a down-on-his-luck private eye, Eddie Valiant , to find the evidence that will provide his star with a divorce, but events take a murderous turn. Review page 64.
Director Robert Zemeckis (1988, PG) (S)


Unknown: Eddie Valiant
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Eddie Valiant: Bob Hoskins
Judge Doom: Christopher Lloyd
Dolores: Joanna Cassidy
Roger Rabbit / Benny the Cab / Greasy / Psycho: Charles Fleischer
Jessica: Kathleen Turner
Jessica (singing voice): Amy Irving
Marvin Acme: Stubby Kaye
R K Maroon: Alan Tilvem
Lieutenant Santino: Richard Le Parmentier
Baby Herman: Lou Hirsch
Jessica's performance model: Betsy Brantley
Raoul, director: Joel Silver

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit ★★★★★

BBC One London, 16 April 2001 17.55

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