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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a 1988 combination live-action/animated film, with Robert Zemeckis directing the live-action and Richard Williams directing the animation. Its success is largely responsible for setting off The Renaissance Age of Animation, having had a huge influence on executives' attitudes toward seeing animation as more than what it had been in the Dark Age — Disney's animated films from the 90's and onward, the Pixar films, The Simpsons, Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, Batman: The Animated Series, Nicktoons, MTV cartoons, and any other cartoon from 1989 and onward would probably never have existed if it weren't for this film. A co-production between Touchstone Pictures (i.e. Disney incognito) and Amblin Entertainment (Steven Spielberg), it is so far the only official crossover with classic Disney, MGM, and Warner Bros. cartoon characters.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Set in an Alternate Universe in the city of Los Angeles in 1947, during The Golden Age of Animation to be specific, this Hardboiled Film Noir depicts a world where cartoon characters are a real ethnic minority living alongside human beings. At the center of the story is Roger Rabbit, a toon movie star on the run from the police after having been accused of murdering Marvin Acme, a human manufacturer of cartoon props, with whom Roger's wife Jessica happened to be "playing patty-cake".note  Not a euphemism, in this case. See Does This Remind You of Anything? below. His only hope is Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins), an alcoholic human ex-cop turned private investigator who used to specialize in this kind of case, but has refused to work for toons ever since one killed his brother by dropping a piano on his head. He winds up getting sucked into the investigation after Roger hides out at his apartment. Together, the two of them uncover something much bigger than either of them expected.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })The film is loosely based on Gary Wolf's 1981 novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? (so loosely, in fact, that you might more accurately say the book merely inspired the movie), but it really owes more to Roman Polański's Chinatown, as the basic plot was originally intended as the final installment of a trilogy which tanked due to the second film, The Two Jakes, flopping.The title of the film officially has no question mark at the end; rumor has it this is the result of a marketing survey which said films with question marks in the title make less money. The film is notable for being the biggest crossover of famous Western cartoon characters pre-50's than anything that has come before it (it is the first and only official time Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny appear in a scene together).It also had three Spin-Off theatrical shorts that ran from 1989 to 1993, all of which were included in the film's special edition DVD release. There were also two novels, both written by Wolf as sequels to the movie and not his original novel: Who P-P-P-Plugged Roger Rabbit? (1991) and Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? (2013). The book series itself used the film as canon.It should be noted for historical purposes that the entirety of the animation that appears in the film was done BY HAND — no computers of any kind were used, not even Jessica Rabbit's sparkling dress during her song — except for the necessary blue-screening when Eddie Valiant went to Toontown, where everything was animated, and to operate the player pianos during Donald and Daffy Duck's piano duelnote Equally impressive but not as well-known is that all of the effects of Roger moving around and interacting with the set were practical effects, filmed at the same time as Bob Hoskins was acting. The incredibly minute levels of detail put into these interactions shows a special effects skill that is at least equal to the animation/real world actions themselves.A sequel was planned shortly after the booming success of the original, but it never came to light. The first obstacle was that the film was intended to be a prequel set during World War II, but Steven Spielberg refused to work on a movie that satirized Nazis after finishing Schindler's List, and he was moving on to start DreamWorks at the time. Then, a skyrocketing (for the time) budget and the advent of computer animation, landed the second movie in deeper waters.On October 30, 2009, director Robert Zemeckis had confirmed that a second Roger Rabbit movie was on the way, with Zemeckis himself returning to direct the film and the original screenwriters, Seaman and Price, returning as well, but with the dismantling of Zemeckis' studio the sequel's fate is now uncertain.In February 2013, Wolf himself proposed a Roger/Mickey Mouse vehicle to Disney called The Stooge. Apparently, this will be an all-animated movie which could, in theory, co-exist with the Zemeckis sequel. However, it too has lapsed into Development Hell. Following Bob Hoskins' death of pneumonia in April 2014, the sequel remains in Development Hell. In 2016, Robert Zemeckis announced the reason why there hasn't been anything new on Roger (in both shorts, film, and other small projects) is because the current people at Disney do not like Jessica at all.Compare and contrast Ralph Bakshi's Cool World, which began as only having similar filmmaking techniques but was watered down into a raunchy version of this.
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Wrong Parachute Gag: Eddie is falling from a great height and is joined by Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny, both wearing parachutes. Eddie asks for a spare, so Bugs gives it to him. He opens it... and out comes a spare tire.
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Canon Foreigner: Dolores, Lt. Santino, The Weasels, Judge Doom, R.K. Maroon and many others did not appear in the original novel.
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Applied Phlebotinum: The Dip is functionally this. Although its ingredients—turpentine, acetone, and benzene—are solvents that can be used to remove paint, and have been used by animators to clean cels and reuse them due to budget limitations, this aspect goes unexplained in the film.
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The Call Knows Where You Live: Eddie finds out from his photos that Marvin Acme did indeed write a will, and that it may very well be the key to determining who really killed him, but decides he wants nothing to do with the case anyway. Only to find that the prime suspect behind the murder, Roger, has already gotten into his home and dragged him into the mess.
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Badly Battered Babysitter: Roger's role in the Maroon shorts with Baby Herman.
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Creator Cameo: Richard Williams voices Droopy in the character's cameo. Split-second: Mel Blanc said he couldn't do Daffy Duck's high-pitched "WOOHOO!" laugh well enough anymore, so all the woohoo-ing is provided by Daffy's lead animator, Dave Spafford. The version of "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile" performed at the end of the film actually includes most of the animation team, all doing their best Toon voices.
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: Two of Eddie's toon bullets are caricatures of Walter Brennan and Andy Devine. R.K. Maroon is basically a sleazy, backstabbing composite of Walt Disney and early Looney Tunes producer Leon Schlesinger.
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For the Funnyz: According to Roger, a toon's whole purpose in life is to make people laugh, humans and fellow toons alike.
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Plot-Triggering Death: Marvin Acme's, for which Roger is framed.
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Improvised Zip Line: Judge Doom uses his cane to slide down a wire.
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Does This Remind You of Anything?: The movie has a masked reference to the real-life Great American streetcar scandal. Accusations were made that Los Angeles's omnipresent rapid transit system, the Pacific Electric's "Big Red" trolley, and the rest of the United States trolley systems, were secretly bought up by the automotive and oil industries so they could be dismantled and replaced with buses. San Francisco had to actually fight to keep their trolley system. The Los Angeles trial even occurs in the same year the movie is set (1947). Jessica Rabbit playing pattycake with another man is apparently the toon equivalent of having an affair. (It's also a pun on the kind of hardboiled Private Eye Monologue that uses "playing pattycake" as a euphemism for infidelity. In fact, the book uses the term to mean exactly that.) "The Ink and Paint Club" is based on "The Cotton Club," a place in New York City with black performers and servers, but the clientele was strictly whites only. Betty Boop's line about how she got displaced by color cartoons is pretty close to silent era film stars who were displaced by "talkies".
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Tempting Fate: Best noted on a re-watch, but early in the movie, while sitting on the back of a Red Car with some kids, Eddie tells them he doesn't need a vehicle because they have the best transportation around. Cue Cloverleaf, whose sole stockholder is Doom, buying out the Red Car just to dismantle it for the purpose of the freeway.
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Evil Sounds Deep: Completely inverted. Judge Doom's true voice is high, squeaky, and incredibly irritating. Still terrifying for Eddie, and the audience
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Perverse Sexual Lust: Most men's intense interest in Jessica Rabbit is portrayed as this.
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Still Got It: Betty Boop claims to, despite having been outclassed by the newer color cartoons.
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When Judge Doom realizes that Eddie wasn't aiming a toon punch-hammer at him but at the spigot of the Dipmobile, his eyes don't just get as big as tennis balls, he Screams Like a Little Girl as he takes its payload of five thousand gallons of heated Dip right to the face.
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Spectacular Spinning: Happens to Benny when Judge Doom dumps a drum of dip on the road partially melting his wheels causing him to spin out of control and hit a street lamp knocking Eddie and Jessica Rabbit out of him.
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Visionary Villain: Judge Doom's machinations are all in service of his vision of a gleaming new freeway.
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Feel No Pain: Roger demonstrates this with the refrigerator that's dropped on his head 23 times and repeatedly when the record player skips, resulting in several broken dishes. Averted when it comes to his ears. He hates having them pulled, and thinks that Eddie's repeated yanking of them is a sign of contempt. Truth in Television since rabbits' ears are generally very sensitive and grabbing one by the ears can cause serious harm.
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Repetitive Audio Glitch: In the scene where Roger sings and dances at a bar to the tune of "The Merry Go-Round Broke Down", the end of the song skips as he starts breaking plates on his head, and he continues to do so until Eddie stops the record and pulls him away.
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The Sociopath: Judge Doom is a particularly nasty one.
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Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Jessica and Roger. So much that her "He makes me laugh" is the page quote.
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The Cameo: Virtually almost every possible iconic cartoon character from The Golden Age of Animation has a cameo: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Wile E Coyoteandthe Road Runner, Tweety And Sylvester, Droopy, Betty Boop, Koko The Clown, Woody Woodpecker,...
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The Hyena: Well, weasels in this case. Their hyena cousins are mentioned. (Poor guys, laughed themselves to death.)
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Death from Above: Eddie's brother and Marvin Acme were killed by having heavy objects (a piano and a safe, respectively) dropped on them from a great height. The piano landed on Eddie as well and broke his arm, but he survived (obviously).
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The Spook: Judge Doom's true identity is never revealed and we never even find out what he really looks like, except for his blazing red eyes.
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Newspaper Backstory: As Eddie Valiant mourns his late brother Teddy, the camera pans over Teddy's scrapbook, which contains newspaper clippings of their cases involving toons.
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Stealth Pun: When Valiant fires the cartoon revolver and the bullets go the wrong way, he calls them "dum-dums", meaning "idiots". Dum-dums are a type of expanding bullet. Also, at one point Roger delivers a passionate speech to Eddie while standing on a literal soap box. After his reveal, Judge Doom "stares daggers" and has a "spring in his step".
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Scary Shiny Glasses: Doom pulls off one of the scariest live action invocations of this trope when staring down Eddie.
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Couldn't Find a Pen: Roger writes his love letter to Jessica using lipstick. The piece of paper he writes it on turns out to actually be Acme's will.
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I Need a Freaking Drink: Eddie's standard coping strategy. Roger is more than happy to knock back a shot after getting photographic evidence that his wife is cheating on him. Almost Inverted when he really needs the drink. Eddie had to trick him into taking the drink, to save his life.
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Nigh-Invulnerability: A key element of Toon Physics. Toons are more or less immortal, as any physical violence you bestow upon them results in an enormous overreaction, agonized expressions, bleeding, skeleton visible through skin in the case of electrocution, etc...but five minutes later they're perfectly fine. The only way to do any real harm to a toon is with the Dip or in the case of the weasels, making them laugh themselves to death. note The big difference appears to be that laughing yourself to death turns the toon into an angel toon, but they continue existing, while Dip is a Cessation of Existence. Humans can also invoke this trope under the right circumstances. (Being around toons/close to Toontown helps.) Eddie manages to walk away from a car-smashing wreck and survive a zillion-story fall in Toontown itself, but he also drops bowling balls on his own head and electrocutes himself with a ceiling lamp while exploiting this trope against the weasels to make them die of laughter.
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Knight in Sour Armor
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Knight in Sour Armor: Eddie Valiant wants nothing to do with any case involving toons. It takes some cajoling (and removal of choice in the matter), but he eventually follows through because it's the right thing to do.
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Black Comedy
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Black Comedy: Judge Doom's secret weapon.
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Chekhov's Gag
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Chekhov's Gag: The big mallet and portable hole, introduced for laughs early on and proving crucial in the final action sequence. After helping Eddie and Roger escape the Toon Patrol, Benny the Cab remarks "If you ever need a ride, just stick out yer thumb!" Later in the movie, Eddie gestures with his thumb while arguing with Jessica over which way to go to get away from the Weasels in Toontown, and who should show up but Benny.
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Chekhov's Gun
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Eddie tries to use the giant magnet on a sword. His opponent simply doesn't let go, resulting in Eddie dragging him closer. He reverses the magnet to stop the opponent from getting any closer, so it wraps around his waist and attracts the nearest metallic object behind him—a trash can—which slams into Eddie's back, trapping him. He barely escapes via a portable hole.
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Kryptonite Factor
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Kryptonite Factor: Toons are virtually unkillable, except by contact with Doom's deadly paint-thinner-based Dip.
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Ironic Echo: "One of these days, you idiots are gonna laugh yourselves to death!" "You're killin' 'em! You're slayin' 'em! You're knockin' 'em dead!"
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Dope Slap
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Dope Slap: Eddie Valiant delivers one to Roger Rabbit.
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Animated Actors
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Animated Actors: The premise is that all cartoon characters we know and love are actually these. It seems the entertainment industry is the most profitable line of work for someone with their resiliance.
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No-Holds-Barred Beatdown
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This is turned around again when Eddie fights Judge Doom: Initially, Eddie is completely unaware that Doom's a toon, let alone one using Black Comedy instead of slapstick. The result is a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown as Doom turns each of Eddie's efforts into something humiliating; Eddie crawls onto the Dipmobile and redirects the Dip away from Roger and Jessica, Doom kicks him off the Dipmobile via a zipline. Eddie puts up his fists, Doom pulls a sword. Eddie goes looking for something to deflect the sword with, and finds a useless "singing sword". Attempting to disarm Doom with a toon magnet gets him pinned to a barrel, whereupon Doom takes his act a bit too far by going to get a steamroller. That results in him squashing himself flat, in the process revealing he's a toon and throwing subtlety to the wind with spring-heeled jumps and anvil fists.
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Anachronism Stew
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Anachronism Stew: Word of Godinvoked once admitted to the film's many anachronisms, stating that this movie provided a special opportunity to feature so many different cartoon characters together that justified any inaccuracies created. As one of the writers claimed, the aim was "entertainment, not animation history." Though it's always possible that in this universe the toons existed earlier than we thought and just hadn't made their debuts yet. A number of cartoon characters appear who had not yet been created in 1947, the year the film takes place. The Bugs Bunny model sheet used in his brief scene was out of date; it had been phased out by Warner Bros. by early 1942. The "modern" model sheet began use in mid-1941 in Bob Clampett's unit and had spread to the rest of the animators by the following year. He reverts at the end, however — Daffy doesn't, sticking with his Clampett-era (i.e. pre-Chuck Jones) design. In the movie theater where Eddie and Roger hide, the cartoon playing on the screen is a Goofy cartoon, Goofy Gymnastics, which, in real time, was released in 1949. Freeways already existed by 1947. Judge Doom's vision is essentially the real-life Pasadena Freeway, which opened in 1940. Could be justified in that freeways weren't exactly commonplace until the 1950s and 1960s... and Rule of Funny. And that this film evidently takes place in a different universe than ours, what with the sentient toons. During Valiant's fight with Judge Doom, he grabs a musical toon sword that sings "Witchcraft" by Frank Sinatra, which wasn't released until 1957. Smartass the weasel carries a Colt Trooper Mk III in .357 Magnum. Colt did not offer a .357 revolver until 1953 and introduced the Trooper Mk III in 1969. Kuzco is also there, dancing on the Maroon lot in the DVD menu. The same menu also features Elliot the Dragon, appearing and disappearing in rapid succession. Justified though since Maroon Cartoons on the special features DVD looks to be in modern times.
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Fat and Skinny
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Fat and Skinny: Eddie Valiant is short and stocky. Teddy Valiant, in the one brief glimpse we see of him in a photograph, is tall and slender.
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Mythology Gag: "The problem is I got a 50-year-old lust and a three-year-old dinky" is the only line of dialogue lifted directly from the novel, although, in the original, Baby Herman was 32. Benny is a Volkswagen Beetle, as in the book the otherwise unrelated character named Benny is an actual insect.
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Put Down Your Gun and Step Away
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Put Down Your Gun and Step Away: A rare heroic example: Roger to the weasel leader Smart Ass, while threatening Judge Doom.
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Funny Background Event: When walking out of the cartoon set for "Somethin's Cookin'", it is revealed that Baby Herman's mother is actually played by a human walking on fake legs. In the Toontown scene, there's a picture of a rabbit in Lena Hyena's room who looks away in disgust. The end of Lena's bed has a repulsed expression too.
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Nice Character, Mean Actor
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Nice Character, Mean Actor: In-universe. Baby Herman is a cute, innocent infant on screen, but when the cameras are off he's a foul-mouthed Cigar Chomper with "a fifty-year-old's lust and a three-year-old's dinky."
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Furry Confusion: Benny the Cab hops behind the wheel of a non-sentient Alleged Car that Roger was driving after his own tires are damaged. In Toontown, there's a poster of Porky Pig's own brand of "All-Beef Sausage".
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Impossibly-Low Neckline
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Impossibly-Low Neckline: Jessica.
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Defrosting Ice Queen
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Defrosting Ice Queen: Eddie's is more of a trauma recovery arc, as he gradually regains his sense of humor and kicks alcoholism.
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Community-Threatening Construction: The villainous plot which threatens the entire community of Toontown is the construction of a freeway.
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Non-Indicative Name
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Non-Indicative Name: Jessica Rabbit. Contrary to what Eddie assumes, she's actually a Rabbit by marriage. Lena Hyena, who's not a hyena but a human toon.
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Post-Kiss Catatonia: Subverted. Eddie is visibly stunned after Jessica nearly kisses him as part of her on-stage act.
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Sickeningly Sweethearts
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Sickeningly Sweethearts: Jessica and Roger.
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Blazing Inferno Hellfire Sauce
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Blazing Inferno Hellfire Sauce: Roger ends up drinking this by accident while trying to rescue Baby Herman in the opening cartoon.
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Fantastic Noir
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Fantastic Noir: A classic, run-of-the-mill Hardboiled Detective murder mystery—with living cartoon characters thrown in for good measure.
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Chained Heat
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Chained Heat: As a joke, Roger cuffs himself and Eddie together... with cuffs Eddie doesn't have the key to. They remain stuck together until Eddie gets his hands on a hack saw, at which point Roger reveals he could have slipped his wrist out at any time via Toon Physics. Provides the trope image.
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Ax-Crazy
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Ax-Crazy: The Weasels, especially Psycho.
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Hidden Depths
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Hidden Depths: One reason the movie goes over so well with multiple ages is because, underneath the very mature, hard-boiled tone, all the good guys have redeeming depths. Eddie's still got a tiny bit of humor left and still respects those he hates, Dolores sees through Eddie's hard exterior and knows what a good person he is deep down, Roger's forever optimistic, Jessica truly loves him, Baby Herman thinks of Roger as a good friend and supports his innocence, and Benny helps Eddie and Roger despite being a loudmouth.
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The Cavalry Arrives Late
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The Cavalry Arrives Late: The police arrive after Judge Doom has been liquidated.
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Sunshine Noir
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Sunshine Noir: Exaggerated by the cheery/goofy animated elements of the backdrop this hardboiled noir is set against.
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Older Than They Look
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Older Than They Look: "Baby" Herman. He's actually in his fifties.
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Distaff Counterpart
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Distaff Counterpart: Amusingly subverted with Jessica. Eddie has never seen her before the Ink-N-Paint Club and expects her to be nothing more than a goofy-looking female version of Roger, a la Minnie Mouse. Needless to say, what he sees instead is earth-shattering.
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Genocide from the Inside: Doom is in fact a toon, and attempts to wipe out all toons and Toontown.
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It Will Never Catch On
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It Will Never Catch On: Judge Doom's vision of the freeway after its construction. One reason Eddie isn't that surprised to learn Doom is actually a toon is because, as he sees it, only a toon could have come up with such a wacky scheme.
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Symbolic Blood: The poor unfortunate red shoe dissolves into a puddle of red paint when dipped by Judge Doom. Naturally Doom ends up with this red paint all over his hand.
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Not Helping Your Case: Jessica Rabbit really wants to help her husband escape Judge Doom. She spends her screentime seemingly flirting with Eddie when begging him to save Roger, knocking out the rabbit as he goes with Eddie to confront R.K. Maroon, and fleeing after someone shoots Maroon. Valiant lampshades it, naturally.
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Good-Guy Bar
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Good-Guy Bar: The Terminal Station Bar is where Eddie's at least morally neutral pals congregate, and Dolores keeps them in line.
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When the Clock Strikes Twelve: If Marvin Acme's will isn't found by midnight, the Diabolical Mastermind Judge Doom will legally own Toontown.
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Sword Cane
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Sword Cane: It's revealed near the end of the movie that Judge Doom's cane is a sword cane. He uses it during his battle with Eddie Valiant.
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Vapor Wear
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Vapor Wear: Jessica Rabbit doesn't have any undergarments.
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Kick the Dog
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Kick the Dog: Judge Doom demonstrates his Dip on a toon shoe at the Acme warehouse, just to show his willingness to follow through.
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: For the most part, Bob Hoskins as Eddie Valiant does an impeccable American accent, but he does have one moment where he slides from "hard-boiled American detective" to "British West-country farmer": when he sees Roger hiding in a desk drawer and yells at him to "GET OUTTA THERE!" In this case, it's not the pronunciation so much as the inflection; most Americans would put the emphasis on "outta", but Hoskins as Eddie puts it on "there". In the same scene, when he says "not anymore" (in response to Roger saying, "When a toon's in trouble, there's only one place to go: Valiant and Valiant.") and "don't ever" (as in "For starters, don't ever kiss me again."), he suddenly sounds more like Miles O'Brien than Sam Spade. The accent slips again when he says "murder" to R.K. Maroon (as in "A story of greed, sex and murder.") when pretending to. In short, he seems to have trouble with words ending in the "r" sound.
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This Means War!
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This Means War!: Daffy and Donald's "dueling pianos" set piece at the Ink and Paint Club involves a staged fight which culminates in Donald throwing Daffy into his piano and slamming the lid shut over the latter duck's head, with only his beak sticking out. Daffy dazedly splutters, "Thith meanth war...", and the competition heats up from there.
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Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: Roger and Eddie occupy opposite ends of the scale, allowing them to serve as foils for each other.
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Not the Fall That Kills You
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Not the Fall That Kills You: Eddie would splat on the ground, did Lena Hyena not catch him on the ground. But then, they are in Toontown, so Rule of Funny applies.
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Five-Second Foreshadowing
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Five-Second Foreshadowing: When Eddie folds down his hide-a-bed, a moving lump can be seen under the covers behind Eddie. Seconds later, Eddie discovers Roger in the bed with him.
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Illogical Safe
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Illogical Safe: Done with a fridge, and an elevator in one of the Maroon Cartoon shorts.
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Sexy Walk
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Sexy Walk: Jessica walks this way.
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Impossible Hourglass Figure
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Impossible Hourglass Figure: Jessica Rabbit. Intentionally invoked by the animators to forestall accusations of rotoscoping over a live actress.
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Actor Allusion
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Actor Allusion: Some traits of Judge Doom seems to be paying homage to Doc Emmett Brown also played by Christopher Lloyd. His screams during the climax, when he's run over by the steamroller, sound like Doc's and there's also the fact that he invented a vehicle with a peculiar characteristic, like Doc did with the time machine. In Doom's case he designed a truck that can spray Dip everywhere. Moreover, after finishing his New Era Speech about the freeway he also says "My God..." just like Doc does sometimes in 1st episode.
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Bedmate Reveal
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Bedmate Reveal: After finding out Acme did indeed have a will, Eddie decides he doesn't care, folds down his hide-a-bed and turns onto his side to go to sleep, only to find himself inches away from and face-to-face with Roger. Cue them both screaming and jumping away from each other.
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TheCloudcuckoolanderWasRight
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The Cloudcuckoolander Was Right: In a fit of despair and denial at his wife's infidelity, Roger says "Someone must have made her do it!". He was right.
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Crapsaccharine World
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Crapsaccharine World: Played With. Toontown looks cheerful and nice, but go too far in, or spend too long there, and it becomes totally crazy. There are places in it that are genuinely dark and dangerous, but even there it's hard for humans to sustain lasting damage. Good thing too, because Toontown is a good place to get your car wrecked beyond repair, squashed flat by a twenty-G elevator ride, or fall three and a half kilometersnote 12 seconds(450 meters) to reach terminal velocity of 53 m/s for at least a full minute(3180 meters) because wiseacre skydivers choose to interpret "spare parachute" as "spare tire." Luckily, it's limited to Amusing Injuries, but those are rarely amusing to those who suffer them. And that was before Doom figured out that a toon can kill a human as long as it could be considered "funny" QED dropping a piano on Teddy.
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Noodle Incident
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Noodle Incident: How did Eddie get Yosemite Sam out of "the hoosegow"? We'll never know. The scrapbook of Eddie and Teddy's previous cases provides a couple of these. Apparently, Goofy was accused (obviously falsely) of espionage at some point.
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Flat
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Flat "What": Eddie says this when he is first informed that Marvin Acme was killed by, supposedly, a cartoon rabbit. He responds the same way when Dolores informs him that it is Cloverleaf that seeks to own Toontown and will do so if Acme's will doesn't show by midnight that night.
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Acme Products
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Acme Products: Justified: In the tooniverse, Acme is a major manufacturer of props used in cartoons.
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Misplaced Accent
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Misplaced Accent: Bob Hoskins admitted that he used a New York accent for Eddie Valiant...except that the film is set in California.
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I'm Melting!
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I'm Melting!: Judge Doom's death. He even declares this verbatim meanwhile.
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Or Are You Just Happy to See Me?
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Or Are You Just Happy to See Me?: Dolores, referring to the bulge caused by Eddie hiding Roger under his coat.
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Adaptational Heroism
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Adaptational Heroism: Jessica and Roger himself. In the original book this film is based on, the former was a Femme Fatale Gold Digger and former porn actress, while the latter was revealed to be a murderer who tried to make Eddie the Fall Guy. Their cinematic counterparts have their negative traits toned down a bit and has them both on good terms with Eddie.
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Malaproper
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Malaproper: Smart Ass, the leader of the weasels. "Search the place, boys, and leave no stone interned." (It's "leave no stone unturned".) "Look, Valiant, we got a reliable tip-off the rabbit was here; it was corrugated by several others." (He probably meant "corroborated".) "So cut the bull-shtick." (No guess as to what he meant there, as lampshaded by Eddie: "You keep using that language, and I'm gonna have to wash that mouth out.") "You want we should dis-resemble the place?" (Judge Doom corrects him on this one. "No, Sergeant. Disassembling the place won't be necessary.") "Shall I repose of him right now, boss?" ("dispose")
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Comedy as a Weapon
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Turned around during the final confrontation. Eddie is able to apply Toon Physics to himself because he's performing for the Toon Patrol; by using Comedy as a Weapon he is able to shake off various self-inflicted injuries like a Rake Take, a Tap on the Head(repeatedly — with bowling balls), a Banana Peel, Harmless Electrocution, and ultimately literally knock them all dead.
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Heroes Gone Fishing
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Heroes Gone Fishing: According to the photos in Roger's wallet, he and Jessica spent some time at the beach (possibly on their honeymoon) and at the Brown Derby Restaurant. After the aforementioned scene above, Eddie also looks at photos, which include him with Dolores (probably during their trip to Catalina), and then some of him with Teddy on a beach. Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny go parachuting in their spare time, apparently, as seen when Eddie falls out of the building in Toontown.
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Acrofatic
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Acrofatic: Okay, Eddie is more chubby than fat, but nobody was expecting such quick reflexes, somersaults, or freaking backflips.
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Eternally Pearly-White Teeth
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Eternally Pearly-White Teeth: Judge Doom. Justified in that he's not human.
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"I Can't Look!" Gesture: Eddie watches as most of Judge Doom succumbs to the driverless steamroller, but averts his gaze as Doom's head meets the roller. It takes Roger Rabbit to point out to Eddie that Doom is not finished yet, despite having been rolled flat. Lt. Santino does this as Doom melts the toon shoe.
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Intimidation Demonstration: Judge Doom, after being revealed to be a toon in human disguise, advances toward a disoriented Eddie Valiant with his right hand having formed into a cartoon buzzsaw. He mockingly frightens Eddie by extending the handle with every step he takes and slices through metallic chains, with lots of sparks flying out, to show that it can kill Eddie.
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Adult Fear
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Adult Fear: A brief example seen in the newspaper clippings on Teddy's desk. In the past, Donald Duck's nephews were kidnapped. Luckily, Eddie and Teddy managed to track them down.
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Screams Like a Little Girl
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Screams Like a Little Girl: Judge Doom, having started talking in a high-pitched, squeaky, almost girlish voice all too familiar to Eddie once he is exposed as a toon, screams in this manner after getting hit by the Dip.
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Eye Take
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The weasels, accompanied with an Eye Take, when they're about to crash into the same two cops mentioned above after Benny evades them.
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Latex Perfection
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Latex Perfection: Judge Doom's human disguise is so perfect and vivid-looking that nobody knows he's a toon until circumstances force him to reveal himself.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Eddie Valiant is a cynical, world-weary P.I. with a racist streak, but most of this disappears once he worked through the trauma of his brother's death. Baby Herman is harsh and unapologetic but cares deeply for his friends and costars. He offers to pay Eddie to clear Roger's name. Benny the Cab comes across as a sarcastic Jerkass and a road hog, but despite that, it's clear he and Roger are good friends and despite knowing Roger is a fugitive, he takes him and Eddie to a place they can hide, shows up in a Big Damn Heroes moment to save Eddie and Jessica from the weasels, and drives Roger (in Eddie's trashed car) to the Acme factory so Roger can attempt to pull off his own Big Damn Heroes moment.
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Aggressive Categorism
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Eddie himself toes the line. He's certainly prejudiced against toons, tossing "toon" around like a slur, but much of this is later suggested to be Aggressive Categorism acquired after an outlier toon killed his brother. He eventually warms back up to toons at large, with Roger's help. Hopefully race relations between the Toons and humans get a lot better over the decades.
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Cessation of Existence
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Toons are more or less immortal, as any physical violence you bestow upon them results in an enormous overreaction, agonized expressions, bleeding, skeleton visible through skin in the case of electrocution, etc...but five minutes later they're perfectly fine. The only way to do any real harm to a toon is with the Dip or in the case of the weasels, making them laugh themselves to death. note The big difference appears to be that laughing yourself to death turns the toon into an angel toon, but they continue existing, while Dip is a Cessation of Existence.
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Motive Rant
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Motive Rant: Judge Doom has a hilarious one.
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Stop Being Stereotypical
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Stop Being Stereotypical: Jessica has this complaint about herself. She is ashamed of how she was created to be a well-endowed Femme Fatale-type character who constantly speaks in a breathy voice unless she's really forcing herself not to. Half the reason she loves Roger so much is because he's one of the few people who cares for her solely for her personality rather than her looks.
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: Some of the most unforgettable ones in film.
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Wham Shot
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Wham Shot: Jessica Rabbit's reveal. Eddie mocked Mr. Acme's interest in her as "got a thing for rabbits, huh?" Then Jessica enters the stage, and boy howdy, that Eddie himself had a Jaw Drop.
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Squashed Flat
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Squashed Flat: Occurs even with the live-action actors (Valiant in the elevator, Doom run over by a steamroller.)
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Adaptational Ugliness
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Adaptational Ugliness: This happens with Eddie Valiant. The Eddie from the original book, as a parody of a pulp hero, is noted by several characters as being very attractive. Film Eddie, as a parody of a noir hero, is played by the heavy-set Bob Hoskins.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: The newspaper photo of Acme and Jessica playing patty-cake show an earlier design for Jessica. This is because these scenes were filmed before Jessica's design was changed and it was a little late and costly to change it for that one scene.
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Flirtatious Smack on the Ass
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Flirtatious Smack on the Ass: Baby Herman dispatches his nursemaid/handler with a smack on her ass, as well as sending her to get a racing form.
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Unresolved Sexual Tension: Between Dolores and Valiant. Kind of makes the story sweet, in a G-rated way.
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Bond One-Liner
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Bond One-Liner:
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Sexy Silhouette
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Sexy Silhouette: Subverted. When Eddie visits Toontown and thinks he's stumbled on to Jessica Rabbit, he actually runs into Lena Hyena. One word: "butterface". Jessica makes a real one when she visits Eddie's office and when she's running to her car outside Maroon Studios.
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Hardboiled Detective
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Hardboiled Detective: Eddie Valiant. Subtly lampshaded when he force-feeds a minor character a hard-boiled egg for mocking him over the fact he's working for a cartoon producer.
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Not What It Looks Like: Dolores catches Eddie with his pants down with Jessica in the room.
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Escalating War: Donald Duck and Daffy Duck do this for show during their piano duel at the Ink and Paint Club.
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Proscenium Reveal: The cartoon short starring Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman at the start of the movie is cut short by a human director calling "Cut!" This is followed by shots establishing that the animated characters are working on a live-action soundstage, thus setting up the concept of humans and toons living in the same world.
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The Dragon: Smart Ass, the chief weasel, to Judge Doom.
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The Driver
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The Driver: Benny the Cab, who is literally one with his car.
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Wide Eyes and Shrunken Irises: Happens to Jessica in one scene. It happens again when Judge Doom gets an emergency release valve full of Dip in his face.
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Clear Their Name
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Clear Their Name: An A-list cartoon star is set up for murder. His only hope: a toon-hating human detective.
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Gravity Is a Harsh Mistress
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Gravity Is a Harsh Mistress: Eddie escapes into a men's bathroom, which is out of order. After a few seconds of Delayed Reaction, he discovers himself in open air miles high in the sky and only then plummets countless stories.
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Death Trap
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Death Trap: Complete with Monologuing and leaving the room at a crucial time.
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Let's Get Dangerous!
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Let's Get Dangerous!: Subverted. Roger attempts this when he shows up during the final confrontation, gun in hand, but he gets defeated easily.
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Peek-a-Bangs: Jessica Rabbit.
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SincerityMode
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Sincerity Mode: Roger's apologetic tone when explaining the Rule of Funny suggests that he's not just trolling, and isn't any more pleased than Eddie is about how he couldn't slip out of the cuffs any sooner.
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Pop the Tires: Judge Doom takes out Benny's tires by pouring Dip on the road.
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Fantastic Racism: "Toons" are treated as second-class citizens by most humans during the events of this film, paralleling 1940s race relations. This is especially apparent in the scene in the "Ink and Paint Club", a direct reference to real-life venues like the Cotton Club where members of the oppressed demographic (African-Americans in that case, toons here) were allowed to be employees and entertainers but not members. Eddie himself toes the line. He's certainly prejudiced against toons, tossing "toon" around like a slur, but much of this is later suggested to be Aggressive Categorism acquired after an outlier toon killed his brother. He eventually warms back up to toons at large, with Roger's help. Hopefully race relations between the Toons and humans get a lot better over the decades.
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Genius Loci: Some of the buildings in Toontown have eyes as windows and even move around. Justified, since they're toons, and toon versions of typically inanimate objects can be alive.
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Coincidental Broadcast: The newsreel that plays just as the protagonists are preparing to leave the theatre spills the missing clue Eddie needs to blow the case wide open. It reveals that Cloverleaf are buying up a lot of 'toon-related property including Toontown and the Maroon Cartoon studios
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Cobweb of Disuse: Eddie keeps the desk of his late brother and partner Teddy untouched since his death as a Shrine to the Fallen. It is covered in cobwebs and layers of dust.
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Tuft of Head Fur: Roger Rabbit has a tuft of red hair on his head that is different from the white fur covering the rest of his body.
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Functional Genre Savvy: Eddie Valiant and Judge Doom both know enough about cartoons to manipulate the various toons they work with (mostly Roger). Eddie still remembers only a second too late that when you order a scotch "on the rocks" at a toon-staffed club, you better specify you mean ice.
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Retargeted Lust: After Eddie risks life and limb to save Roger and Jessica from Judge Doom Jessica, overcome with Rescue Romance, swoops Roger into her arms covering him in Smooch of Victory kisses and swooning over his bravery. She later seductively promises to bake Roger a carrot cake when they get home. Her sultry delivery is met with an Aside Glance from Roger as he melts in her arms in anticipation of the passionate Glad-to-Be-Alive Sex he’s about to get.
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Funny Octopus: There's an octopus working the wet bar of the Ink And Paint Club, where it mixes drinks, serves patrons, polishes glassware, and examines notes for counterfeits all at once.
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Adaptation Distillation: The original book, Who Censored Roger Rabbit?, was about Valiant, originally hired by Roger to investigate his bosses' broken promises. When Roger is murdered (or "censored"), Eddie investigates things with the help(?) of Roger's antagonistic wife, Jessica. The movie was basically "An anti-hero and a toon, forced together in a strange bedfellows kind of way, investigate someone else's death, with a plot built around the Los Angeles Streetcar Conspiracy." All other books that followed retconned this into Jessica Rabbit having a dream.
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IntercontinuityCrossover
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Intercontinuity Crossover: Cartoon characters from just about every animation studio in existence in the 1940s appear in the movie.
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Justified
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Justified later. Doom is a toon, and has pretty obviously damaged his fake/glass eye (note the way he carefully keeps his hand over it, to keep his toon eye from bugging out). He has to leave in order to replace it.
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G-Rated Sex
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G-Rated Sex: Roger reacts to secret photos of his wife Jessica and Marvin Acme playing "Patty-Cake" as if he'd been presented with photographs of them having acrobatic sex. This is carried further in the short films, where, at the end of the "Tummy Trouble" Maroon Cartoon shoot, Jessica seductively promises Roger a game of patty-cake as a reward.
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Suddenly SHOUTING!: Mrs. Herman to Baby Herman: Eddie to Roger: When Jessica sees the Dip: And of course, when Doom reveals his true identity:
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That's All, Folks!
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That's All, Folks!: Porky Pig says this at the end with Tinker Bell doing her ending shtick immediately afterward.
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X-Ray Sparks
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X-Ray Sparks: Happens to Roger during the short cartoon "Somethin's Cookin'" when his fingers get stuck in some electrical sockets.
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Pragmatic Adaptation: The book deals with comic book and comic strip characters, not cartoon characters, who all speak in physical, tangible word balloons. This is clearly unadaptable to film, wherein all toon characters would have had to be mute, so they received the power of speech. Additionally, they became animated cartoon characters and the story was set in 1947, smack-dab in the middle of the golden age of American theatrical animation. Not to mention that toons went from being just as vulnerable as humans but possessing an elaborate method of faking their own deaths for theatrics' sake (it's complicated) to really being as unkillable as they seem. When Gary Wolf later wrote sequels that adjusted the books' universe to more closely match the movie's, he left in the word balloons and other comic-strip elements from the first book, but adopted the movie's mostly-invulnerable toons.
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Chute Sabotage
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Chute Sabotage: Played for laughs. While visiting Toon Town, Eddie Valiant falls out of a skyscraper and, in mid-fall, runs into Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse, who are both skydiving. Bugs loans Eddie his "reserve" parachute, which turns out to be a spare tire.
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Names to Run Away from Really Fast
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Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Judge Doom. Say it with me. Doomy Dooms of Doom. The Judge's name changes in some of the foreign translations, but the new name is usually a pun on the language's word for "death".
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Sacrificial Lamb
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Sacrificial Lamb: The red toon shoe that Judge Doom kills in the Dip to demonstrate the threat he poses.
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Played with in a Deleted Sceneinvoked where Eddie has an animated pig's head painted over his own head when he enters Toontown. (This is also why he has just showered in the middle of the day when Jessica shows up in his office—he was washing off the last of the paint.)
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Rump Roast
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Rump Roast: "My biscuits are burning!"
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Freeze-Frame Bonus
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Freeze-Frame Bonus: Fans of Golden Age cartoons have worn out their pause buttons trying to count all of the cameos from classic cartoon characters. The closest estimate is 90. During the elevator scene in Toontown, blink and you'll miss the Road Runner and Coyote's shadows. There's a plaque inside Eddie's toon gun case that reads, "Thanks for getting me out of the Hoosegow. Yosemite Sam"note hoosegow is slang for prison The out-of-order bathroom that Eddie steps into in Toontown has graffiti that reads "For a good time, call Allyson Wonderland, the best is yet to be". Eddie hangs his hat on a Maltese Falcon when he enters his office. In some of the faster, more intense shots during the car chase scene with Benny and The Weasels (namely the one of Benny landing in a spin and driving down an alley), Eddie is animated rather than portrayed by Bob Hoskins, as the action would have been too impractical or dangerous for a live actor to perform. After the car crash, when Jessica is whirling away with her legs spread, freezing a specific frame reveals that she "Going Commando." This has been censored in the subsequent digital editions. After the dip machine crashes through the wall over into Toontown, watch one frame at a time and see a different murder or death going on in each window of the train it gets hit by.
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Dramatic Shattering: Happens to any glass nearby whenever Roger has a drink.
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I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder
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I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder:
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Acid Pool
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Acid Pool: The Big Bad threatens to throw Roger into a barrel full of Dip, a green-colored concoction that is the only thing that can kill toons.
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Gag Boobs
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Gag Boobs: Jessica Rabbit's ample breasts find themselves involved in quite a lot of visual comedy, including funny bounces and turning out to contain a bear trap for handsy men. Jessica's "doppelgänger", Lena Hyena's breasts droop all the way to the floor for a split-second.
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Aluminum Christmas Trees: The villain's scheme to buy up the trolley company for the sole purpose of dissolving it. General Motors was accused of doing the same thing to kill public transit, only on a nationwide scale and about 10 years before the film is set.
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Disgusting Public Toilet: Roger gets flushed down one of these while trying to sneak into the Acme factory. After accidentally falling through a jammed window, he tumbles headfirst into a toilet bellow, splashing water everywhere. The toilet flushes, swirling him round and round in circles before finally sucking him down as he stretches his neck trying to avoid the nasty water.
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Human-Focused Adaptation: One of the problems Chuck Jones and a few other classic animators had with Who Framed Roger Rabbit was that it seemed that the cartoons themselves were secondary characters to the human actors. Perhaps this movie is a rare example of the trope not getting too far out of hand, though. Notably the romance between Roger and Jessica Rabbit was more important than Eddie's romantic subplot. It's Justified, as it would have cost a lot more to give the toons more screen time.
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Chewing the Scenery
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Chewing the Scenery: Jessica, cool as ice most of the film, completely loses it when she realizes what Doom has planned—complete with a Wild Take.
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Pretend Prejudice: Eddie's attitude to toons in general. He tries to avoid them whenever possible, but isn't that hard on them when he does meet them, if his meeting with Betty Boop is any indication. He still has some shades of a Politically Incorrect Hero, such as when he calls Angelo the barfly a "meatball".
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Recognizable by Sound
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Recognizable by Sound: Eddie and Roger are attempting to escape from the weasels by stealing the weasels' police van, when Roger recognizes the voice pleading to be released from the containment area as Benny the Cab.
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Jerkass Has a Point: Roger has no response when Baby Herman points out that Toontown isn't saved at the end. Another greedy capitalist can buy the land and destroy their home. Everyone is relieved when it turns out the blank sheet of paper is the will whcih gives the toons the ownership of Toontown.
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Species Surname
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Species Surname: Roger Rabbit. Subverted with Jessica Rabbit, who turns out to be only a Rabbit by marriage.
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Running on the Spot
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Running on the Spot: Roger in "Something's Cookin'". "I'LL SAVE YA, BABYYY!"
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Not So Invincible After All
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Not So Invincible After All: Before Dip was even invented, it was a well-known fact that toons were virtually impervious to pain, and killing one was considered implausible, indeed impossible. Break a toon's heart however, and they go to pieces, just like any mortal.
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The Reveal: See eyes, above.
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Meaningful Echo
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Meaningful Echo: Roger is seen entertaining the bar patrons with an improvised song and dance routine to "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" (aka the Looney Tunes theme) with a few of the lyrics made about Eddie. Later, during the climactic fight in the Acme warehouse, Eddie foils the weasels with an improvised routine to the same theme with some of his lyrics made about Roger. This may show that not only is Eddie getting his sense of humor back, but also how he's warmed up to Roger over the course of the movie.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Eddie Valiant. Judge Doom works twice over. In addition to his intentions towards toons, it's a ridiculously over-the-top name. The kind a toon would have. Smart Ass, Greasy, Wheezy, Psycho and Stupid, the Toon Patrol.
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I Fell for Hours
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I Fell for Hours: Eddie Valiant's long drop from the top of a skyscraper in Toontown, during which he encounters Bugs and Mickey on the way down, takes enough time for him to have a short conversation with them.
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Cloudcuckooland
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Cloudcuckooland: Toontown.
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Deconstruction Crossover
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Deconstruction Crossover: No matter how family-friendly, the film is still a Deconstruction of classical animation, showing just how insane cartoon characters would really be in the real world, and how deadly and nightmarish their antics would if humans were the victims. Being much more well-known and popular than the original novel, it probably became the Trope Maker for this trope.
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Butter Face
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Butterface: Lena Hyena perfectly mimics Jessica Rabbit's everything, but her face, for obvious reasons.
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Luxurious Liquor
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Luxurious Liquor: Studio honcho R.K. Maroon has a crystal decanter of whiskey in his office, which Eddie makes a beeline for when he drops by.
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Unwitting Pawn
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Unwitting Pawn: Eddie's simple case in the beginning—to get proof that Jessica is cheating on Roger—was actually a ploy to give Roger a motive for killing Acme. R.K. Maroon ends up on both ends of the trope. He uses Eddie in his plot to blackmail Acme, but turns out to have been a pawn in the larger plot to destroy Toontown.
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Hats Off to the Dead
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Hats Off to the Dead: As Judge Doom prepares to dip Roger, a bar patron removes his hat in anticipation of what's to come.
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Token Minority
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Token Minority: Along with Positive Discrimination. The only black character in the movie is a one-armed black veteran with a Purple Heart who frequents Dolores' restaurant.
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Spared by the Adaptation
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Spared by the Adaptation: Roger himself. In the official comic book adaptation (published by Marvel), R.K. Maroon is mentioned to have survived being shot, and is recovering at the hospital.
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In One Ear, Out the Other
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In One Ear, Out the Other: Roger demonstrates this with a carpenter's rasp. Apparently it tickles.
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Multi-Armed Multitasking
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Multi-Armed Multitasking: The bar-tending octopus toon at the Ink and Paint Club.
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Bond Villain Stupidity: Judge Doom leaves his Quirky Miniboss Squad in charge of Eddie. Justified later. Doom is a toon, and has pretty obviously damaged his fake/glass eye (note the way he carefully keeps his hand over it, to keep his toon eye from bugging out). He has to leave in order to replace it.
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Played for Laughs
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Some kids are implied to be smoking cigarettes early in the film, which would have been perfectly acceptable in 1947. Played for Laughs.
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Contagious Laughter
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Contagious Laughter: In the speakeasy. Also constantly among the weasels.
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Curse Cut Short
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Curse Cut Short: Lampooned, during the ending comedy dance routine...
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So Much for Stealth
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So Much for Stealth: Wanted for murder or not, Roger is not good at keeping a low profile.
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Circling Birdies
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Circling Birdies: Both Roger and Eddie Valiant see birds once. Roger sees a lot of other things too, as he repeatedly clobbers himself in a desperate attempt to get his lines right (he's supposed to be seeing stars) and placate irate director Raoul J. Raoul. When Eddie tries to shoo away the birds, he ends up hitting one of them, making it see stars.
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Amusing Injuries
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Not only do they apply to toons 24/7 — enabling them to squeeze through tight spaces and yank their hands out of handcuffs whenever it would be funny — but even to humans toons humiliate and/or inflict Amusing Injuries on. Toons can hit humans with frying pans and cars, fire cannons at them, set them on fire, or even throw them off of buildings, but the worst humans can experience at the hands of toons is Clothing Damage and Ash Face because Slapstick never inflicts permanent damage. Roger is absolutely heartbroken when he learns that a toon killed Eddie's brother Teddy, not just because he's a sweet dork, but because he didn't think such a thing was even possible. This is a big hint that Teddy's killer was no ordinary toon and, possibly, the first to realize that while dropping a piano on someone's head is survivable in Slapstick, it's a guaranteed kill with Black Comedy. This is how he escapes the Valiants with the money he stole from the First Bank of Toontown and establishes his new identity as Judge Doom. This also explains how Eddie survived his visit to Toontown; car-smashing crash, flattened by high-G elevator, falling over a thousand stories because Mickey and Bugs choose to interpret "spare parachute" as "spare tire", receiving a Big Damn Kiss that throws him about as far as the car crash should have.
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Toon Transformation
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Toon Transformation: Played with in a Deleted Sceneinvoked where Eddie has an animated pig's head painted over his own head when he enters Toontown. (This is also why he has just showered in the middle of the day when Jessica shows up in his office—he was washing off the last of the paint.) Roger does this to Maroon's gun, which he found in Eddie's car, upon gaining entry to the ACME Factory.
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Joe Sent Me
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Joe Sent Me: The password to the Ink and Paint Club is "Walt sent me".
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Hollywood Magnetism
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Hollywood Magnetism: Parodied when Eddie uses a large toon magnet to try and wrest a sword out of an opponent's hand. The magnetic force is depicted as lightning bolts that literally grab the sword and pull it, dragging his opponent along with it.
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Revealing Reflection
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Revealing Reflection: While Eddie is "chatting" with R.K. Maroon, he notices a gun reflected in Maroon's office window and dives for cover just as it open fire. Maroon, however, is not so lucky as he is caught out in the open (Eddie had trapped him by sticking his tie into a film projector), but he was the actual target anyway.
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Shave and a Haircut
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Shave And A Haircut: It drives Toons (like Roger) absolutely insane to hear someone doing the knock and not finishing with the "two bits" at the end.
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Obviously Evil
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Obviously Evil: Black clothes, skull-topped cane, Scary Shiny Glasses, ominous soundtrack theme, surname Doom. Say hello to the Big Bad, folks.
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Dying Declaration of Love
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Dying Declaration of Love: Jessica reaffirms her love to Roger while both are tied together, at a time when the situation looks hopeless.
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Boomerang Bigot
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Boomerang Bigot: Judge Doom seems to cater to this. Once you find out his true identity, all the stuff he's been spouting about toons earlier in the film becomes even more disturbing. The Toon Patrol as well. invokedFridge Brilliance is in place when you consider that Toons are supposed to make people laugh. Laughter being the thing that kills the Weasels.
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Knife Outline
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Knife Outline: Happens in the Show Within a Show "Somethin’s Cookin": Roger is pinned to the wall by flying knives after popping out of an ironing board. A pairing knife parts his hair, and a large meat cleaver hits the wall in between his legs, barely missing his crotch.
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What Does She See in Him?
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What Does She See in Him?: Why does Jessica Rabbit love Roger as a husband? He makes her laugh. And, when Eddie remarks that Roger is not the best driver:
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Animation Bump
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Animation Bump: The opening sequence is very lush for even a modern animated short. The entire film is pretty lavishly animated compared to the cartoons it borrows from, as necessitated by matching the drawings to the lighting and frame rate of the live action footage. One of the few exceptions is the Toontown sequence, where everything is (relatively) more lax traditional animation with a blue-screened Eddie.
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Almost Kiss
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Almost Kiss: Twice, between Dolores and Eddie. One time, Roger yells at them. The second, his presence is felt way too much for them to continue.
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The Alcoholic
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The Alcoholic: Eddie, after his brother's death. He's almost a booze-seeking warhead, in fact.
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Dawson Casting
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Dawson Casting: Parodied in-universe. Baby Herman looks like and plays a mindless newborn baby, but is actually in his fifties.
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Chairman of the Brawl
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Chairman of the Brawl: Eddie smashes a chair over one of the weasels when he and Roger make their escape from the bar.
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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R.K. Maroon being shot by Doom, with a long bleak shot of his corpse afterwards. Adds a slightly dark tint since Eddie inadvertently assisted it via his Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique.
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Freak Out
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Freak Out: Even the normally stoic Jessica is scared of "The Dip".
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Establishing Character Moment
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Establishing Character Moment: Eddie derisively remarking, "Toons." and knocking back a bottle. Another for Eddie pretty early in the film is when he meets Betty Boop at the Ink & Paint Club, the two talk like old friends and with respect to one another. Eddie may have become an alcoholic cynic towards toons...but this part shows that inside, he does still care. Jessica Rabbit's entire entrance at the Ink and Paint Club emphasizing her appearance and Femme Fatale personality — but the song she picked for her performance doesn't quite fit the femme fatale stereotype; the lyrics aren't seductive or romantic, they're full of disdain for men who don't "do right" by their women.
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White-Dwarf Starlet
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White-Dwarf Starlet: Betty Boop (shown in black and white) is an unusually upbeat version of one, working at the Ink-n-Paint Club.
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Driving Question
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Driving Question: Who framed Roger Rabbit?
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Not Growing Up Sucks: For Baby Herman.
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Roger, both when he's acting and off the set. Toons are just like that. Judge Doom. He's plenty scary, but bless him, Christopher Lloyd just cannot play a role without lending it the piquant aroma of a lovely apple glaze. Given who Lloyd is, you could call Judge Doom Dr. Emmett Brown's evil twin. The hammy behavior is possibly justified after The Reveal that Doom was really a toon disguised as human all along and toons can be hammy by nature. Doom's status as Doc Brown's evil twin is cemented as he channels Doc Brown in his vision for the former Toontown.
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Pun
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Pun: Eddie speaking about the stupidity of the cartoon bullets: "Dum-dums."
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Interspecies Romance
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Interspecies Romance: Jessica and Roger—possibly averted because they are toons, in which surface forms do not necessarily reflect species difference. This is reversed with Marvin Acme and Jessica playing "pattycake"—although she resembles a human, she is a toon.
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Lampshaded Double Entendre
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Lampshaded Double Entendre: Jessica's infamous "pattycake" session with Marvin Acme.
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Fire Is Red
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Duck Season, Rabbit Season
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Doom allows Eddie to give Roger one last drink, and even lets them do a Duck Season, Rabbit Season bit. Remember when Roger said he could only do something when it was funny?
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Parental Bonus
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Parental Bonus: The Film Noir Parody, several of the Lampshaded Double Entendres, and the much older cartoon characters appearing in the background (Betty Boop, Harvey Toons, etc.)
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Tempting Cookie Jar: The plot of the Show Within a Show "Somethin's Cookin'" has Baby Herman trying to get to a cookie jar atop the fridge, while poor Roger gets hurt trying to keep him safe.
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Head-and-Hip Pose: While confiding to detective Eddie Valiant, Jessica Rabbit does a variant by walking with both hands on her wide, wiggly hips. Jessica's hairstyle, a la Veronica Lake, makes the hand-to-head gesture unnecessary. She does the pose while speaking the line:
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Truth in Television
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Averted when it comes to his ears. He hates having them pulled, and thinks that Eddie's repeated yanking of them is a sign of contempt. Truth in Television since rabbits' ears are generally very sensitive and grabbing one by the ears can cause serious harm.
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Quirky Miniboss Squad
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Quirky Miniboss Squad: The Weasels, a.k.a. "the Toon Patrol".
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Abhorrent Admirer
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Subverted. When Eddie visits Toontown and thinks he's stumbled on to Jessica Rabbit, he actually runs into Lena Hyena. One word: "butterface".
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Dolled-Up Installment
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Dolled-Up Installment: Believe it or not, the basic plot premise, corrupt judge teams up with automobile companies to dismantle the public transportation system in favor of creating freeways, was originally meant to be used for the third movie in a Film Noir trilogy that began with Roman Polański's Chinatown. The second movie was stuck in Development Hellinvoked for years due to Polanski's legal troubles, but was eventually made in 1990 (with Jack Nicholson directing) under the title The Two Jakes.
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Mind Your Step: When Eddie takes Droopy's elevator, he exits in a hurry, only to fall flat on his face after the two-foot drop. Then Droopy advises him to be careful.
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Cold Ham
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Judge Doom. He's plenty scary, but bless him, Christopher Lloyd just cannot play a role without lending it the piquant aroma of a lovely apple glaze. Given who Lloyd is, you could call Judge Doom Dr. Emmett Brown's evil twin. The hammy behavior is possibly justified after The Reveal that Doom was really a toon disguised as human all along and toons can be hammy by nature. Doom's status as Doc Brown's evil twin is cemented as he channels Doc Brown in his vision for the former Toontown.
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Stab the Scorpion
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Stab the Scorpion: Jessica ultimately proves her trustworthiness when she shoots an unseen assailant behind Eddie (Judge Doom) just after it looked like she was holding him at gunpoint.
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Repetitive Name
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Repetitive Name: The name of the director in charge of the opening theatrical cartoon is Raoul J. Raoul.
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Literal Metaphor
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Literal Metaphor: The best thing about hiring toons: Dolores after she sees Eddie with Jessica (shortly after he emerged from the shower): A dark one mentioned by Eddie when he discloses to Roger a toon killed his brother, as on the day his brother was killed, the two of them trailed Judge Doom to a dive but he literally got the drop on them, dropping the piano from 15 stories which killed Teddy and broke Eddie's arm. The bouncer at the Ink-n-Paint Club is a (literal) gorilla in a tux. Toon!Doom literally looks daggers at Eddie.
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Didn't Think This Through
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Didn't Think This Through: A twofold example. Roger is wanted for allegedly killing Marvin Acme, so he decides to go to Eddie for help because of how Eddie and Teddy helped out so many Toons in the past, assuming he still does. Unfortunately for Roger, Eddie now hates Toons and refuses to help them any more because one killed his brother, so Eddie wants nothing to do with him. Initially, at least. Worse, Roger didn't know where Eddie's office was, so he went around town asking people until he found someone who did know, so by the time he gets there, it isn't long before the Toon Patrol show up. Justified for three reasons: Roger's a Toon, he isn't the smartest guy out there, and he was panicking because he knew that certain death awaited him if he was caught.
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Contractual Genre Blindness
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Contractual Genre Blindness: Most toons, including Doom at the end.
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Corporate Conspiracy: Judge Doom, being the sole stockholder of Cloverleaf Industries, murders Marvin Acme, the owner of Toon Town (framing Roger for it in the process) and then tries his hardest to make certain that Acme's will is never discovered so that Cloverleaf can win the bidding war to buy Toon Town, so that he can demolish it and build a freeway. (And as if that weren't enough, his plan involves murdering every toon living there.)
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Swiss Army Appendage
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Swiss Army Appendage: Judge Doom, after being revealed to be a toon.
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Comically Cross-Eyed
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Comically Cross-Eyed: Roger is slightly cross-eyed to go with his goofy personality.
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Character Exaggeration: Roger, compared to his original book counterpart. While the Roger Rabbit of the original book had some notable eccentric traits, he was also somewhat shifty and definitely not the Nice Guy he pretended to be. The Roger of the movie is a lot wackier and more, well, cartoony, and is genuinely a Nice Guy. In the sequel to the book, Roger is a lot more like his animated counterpart.invoked
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Diabolical Mastermind
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Diabolical Mastermind: What Judge Doom really is.
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Femme Fatale
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Femme Fatale: Jessica. What would a hard-boiled detective story be without one? Ultimately subverted though: she was never actually evil or even unfaithful to Roger — she was forced into it under threat of Roger being blacklisted.
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Slipped the Ropes: Roger Rabbit can slip out of his cuffs at any given moment, but only if it's funny.
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Significant Green-Eyed Redhead
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Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Jessica Rabbit.
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Retraux
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Retraux: The Show Within the Show shorts are done in the style of (or at least similarly to) cartoon films from the 1940s-50s.
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Dynamic Entry: The weasels bust their way into Eddie's office looking for Roger by shooting the doorknob out. Roger bursts into the Acme factory through a sewer pipe and attempts to hold the weasels and Doom at gunpoint.
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Outside Ride
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Outside Ride: Eddie hitches a ride on the back bumper of a Red Car, along with a gaggle of urchin boys.
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Wild Take
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Wild Take: Roger performs a lot of these. A particular one happens when Eddie feeds him alcohol as a Last Request. Even Jessica does a minor one when she sees the Dip: her eyes grow much larger and her face is a exaggerated mask of fear—in a reminder that she, despite her near-human appearance, is still a toon.
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Bathos
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Bathos: Dolores explaining why Eddie becomes so angry on the subject of toons:
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Not So Above It All
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Big Bad
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Eddie watches as most of Judge Doom succumbs to the driverless steamroller, but averts his gaze as Doom's head meets the roller. It takes Roger Rabbit to point out to Eddie that Doom is not finished yet, despite having been rolled flat.
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Medium Blending
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Medium Blending: Defines this movie, and the trope.
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Odd Couple
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Odd Couple: Roger and Jessica Rabbit. Jessica is drawn as a human being, and Roger is, well, a rabbit.
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Let Me Get This Straight...
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Let Me Get This Straight...: While Roger and Eddie are in the bar's hidden room, Roger sums up what they know about the enemy scheme.
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Shapeshifter Weapon
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Shapeshifter Weapon: In the final battle, Judge Doom uses this ability to attack Valiant, turning one fist into an anvil and then a buzzsaw.
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: There's a brief scene where both Roger and Eddie are simultaneously looking over photographs and reflecting over happier times, to highlight the similarities between the two.
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Questioning Title?
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Questioning Title?: Only without a question mark (apparently, in the film industry, it is considered bad luck to have a question mark even in a Questioning Title).
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Family-Unfriendly Death: The cute little cartoon shoe that is shoved in the dip, slowly and gradually as it squeals in pain, is rather painful to watch, especially after Doom emphasizes beforehand that, unlike usual cartoon deaths, this is very real. R.K. Maroon being shot by Doom, with a long bleak shot of his corpse afterwards. Adds a slightly dark tint since Eddie inadvertently assisted it via his Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique. Double-subverted. Doom's death by steamroller would have been a hell of a nasty way to go, but then he stands back up. The double-subversion comes when he gets melted by dip, in a slightly more family-friendly, but no less horrifying way.
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Death by Irony
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Death by Irony: Judge Doom, himself a secret toon, is dissolved by the Dip he invented to exterminate toons.
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Kill the Cutie
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Kill the Cutie: As a display of how deadly the Dip is, Judge Doom snatches a cute little toon shoe and lowers it slowly into the concoction as it squeaks in agony.
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Values Dissonance: In-universe: Roger and Jessica are considered an odd couple, but for different reasons depending on perspective: Humans (like Eddie) wonder what a knockout bombshell like Jessica is doing with a goofball like Roger. Toons think Jessica is the one who made out like a bandit, which makes sense if you compare their careers. Jessica is a Lounge Singer (albeit a high-class lounge singer), while Roger is an A-list celeb in the toon world, on par with Mickey Mouse or Bugs Bunny. It's an even bigger step up in the book, as Jessica got her start in Tijuana Bibles, which essentially makes her a porn starlet. On a more philosophical note, the most important attribute in toon society is humor. Roger's Funny Animal looks and comedic chops thus make him something akin to a Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Foreshadowing
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Doubles as a rather brilliant Foreshadowing of Doom's true identity. Why else would a judge, and one about to execute someone, willingly allow a last request and the Duck Season, Rabbit Season gambit between Roger and Eddie?
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The Chanteuse
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The Chanteuse: Jessica Rabbit moonlights as one, as shown in her first scene.
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This Is Reality
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This Is Reality: As an armed Roger goes off to rescue Jessica and Eddie, Benny warns him, "Be careful with that gun! This ain't no cartoon, ya know." Justified, as Roger is an actor who regularly stars in cartoons in-universe, as opposed to the very real stakes present now.
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Tiny Guy, Huge Girl
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Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Roger and Jessica.
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Punctuated! For! Emphasis!
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Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: Eddie: "I! DON'T! WORK! FOR! TOONS!" When Judge Doom reveals his true identity to Eddie. Smart Ass's reaction to the weasels' laughing:
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Stealth Parody
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Stealth Parody: While containing many elements of one, this isn't your typical Film Noir.
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Bait-and-Switch Gunshot
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Bait-and-Switch Gunshot: Jessica pulling a gun on Valiant... and shooting at Judge Doom instead. At least she gives Valiant a split-second warning.
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Judge, Jury, and Executioner
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Judge, Jury, and Executioner: "I'll catch the rabbit, Mr. Valiant, and I will try him, convict him and execute him."
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ToonTown
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Toon Town: The Trope Namer (or Trope Codifier, depending on how you look at it...)
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Hates the Job, Loves the Limelight
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Hates the Job, Loves the Limelight: Baby Herman.
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Left the Background Music On
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Left the Background Music On: "Can we lose the playback, please?!"
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Killed Mid-Sentence
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Killed Mid-Sentence: R. K. Maroon
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Secondary Character Title
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Secondary Character Title: Roger Rabbit is not actually the main character. He's just the one who solicits the services of the story's actual protagonist, human detective Eddie Valiant. Roger steals every scene he's in and is pivotal to the case, though.
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Improv
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Turned around one last time because Eddie is really good at Improv; Hoist by His Own Petard is a touchstone of Black Comedy, so he pulls an Exactly What I Aimed At with a toon punch-hammer to dispose of Doom with his own Dip.
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Dance Party Ending
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Dance Party Ending: The assembled toons singing and dancing to "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile".
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Left Stuck After Attack
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Left Stuck After Attack: Judge Doom tries to punch Eddie Valiant, but Valiant blocks the blow with a cardboard tub of glue. Judge Doom shakes off the tub, then tries again to slug Valiant. Valiant dodges, and Doom's fist strikes the roller of a moving steamroller, where it sticks. Doom eventually ends up rolled flat, though this doesn't finish him.
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Twisted Echo Cut
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Twisted Echo Cut: When Valiant is photographing Acme and Jessica "playing pattycake", you can hear Acme saying "Pattycake... pattycake..." getting more excited each time. The scene then switches to Maroon's office, where Roger is virtually screaming "PATTYCAKE! PATTYCAKE!" in disbelief after being shown the pictures. The cut keeps the repetition of "pattycake" unbroken between scenes.
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Mood Whiplash
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Mood Whiplash: Eddie is chuckling to himself as he looks at photos of himself with Dolores, probably on their trip to Catalina that Dolores had earlier mentioned, but he stops smiling the second he comes across some photos of himself with Teddy. Our first arrival in Toontown plays like this. The entrance to the town is at the end of a long dark tunnel, there's foreboding music playing as Eddie drives down it, and he seems quite nervous and agitated while doing so (since it's the first time he's been back there since his brother was killed). Then a curtain rises, there's a comical Boiiiiiiing! sound-effect, and we're suddenly in a bright, cheerful world surrounded by happy toons singing "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile!"
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Dead Partner
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Dead Partner: Eddie's brother ran the PI firm with him until a toon dropped a piano on his head.
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Rule of Funny
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Rule of Funny: For toons, the Rule of Funny can be exactly that — a rule (Law of Funny?) that they must follow. Explicitly spelled out by Roger: Toontown itself also operates on this, which can make it very dangerous — a bathroom stated to be "out of order" turns out to be missing entirely. Doubles as a rather brilliant Foreshadowing of Doom's true identity. Why else would a judge, and one about to execute someone, willingly allow a last request and the Duck Season, Rabbit Season gambit between Roger and Eddie?
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Pain-Powered Leap
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Pain-Powered Leap: Yosemite Sam jumps all the way from Toontown when his butt is lit on fire.
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Shoot Out the Lock
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Shoot Out the Lock: The weasels use a machine gun to shoot a hole around the lock on Eddie's door to open it.
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Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy
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Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Smart-Ass shoots at Eddie and Roger twice with an actual gun (not a toon one) when he and the weasels give chase to them and Benny after the bar scene, but misses both times.
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Obfuscating Stupidity
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Obfuscating Stupidity: Roger implies this about toons' behavior:
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Hanging Judge
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Hanging Judge: Judge Doom, who happily attempts to use Dip on toons whenever he can.
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The Un-Smile
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The Unsmile: Judge Doom seems very humorless, even when everyone else is laughing at a joke. When he does smile, it shuts them right up. It turns out that his true personality is more into Slasher Smiles.
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Alternate Tooniverse
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Alternate Tooniverse: In the story's Alternate Universe, toons are something of an ethnic minority living alongside humans—though they prefer to stick to their subsection of L.A., Toontown.
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Red Eyes, Take Warning
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Red Eyes, Take Warning: Judge Doom after he's revealed to be the toon who killed Eddie's brother. This is foreshadowed earlier, when it's mentioned that all Eddie can remember about the killer is his high laugh and glowing red eyes.
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Bigot with a Crush
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Bigot with a Crush: A rare heroic example, Eddie starts the film as a Tragic Bigot who hates Toons because one killed his dear brother. However, he finds himself strongly attracted to Jessica Rabbit and acts chummy with his old friend Betty Boop, which shows that there's more to Eddie and his hatred fully ebbs away by the end as he becomes Fire-Forged Friends with Roger.
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Deliberate Values Dissonance
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Deliberate Values Dissonance: Some kids are implied to be smoking cigarettes early in the film, which would have been perfectly acceptable in 1947. Played for Laughs. The Indian toon bullet, who gives a war-whoop before shattering the whiskey bottle Eddie was using for target practice with a tomahawk, would almost certainly not fly on-screen today.
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Fun with Flushing
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Fun with Flushing: While trying to sneak into the Acme factory, Roger falls on the toilet and gets flushed down. He later comes out a drain pipe in the factory floor for a (failed) Big Damn Heroes moment.
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Held Gaze
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Held Gaze: Eddie and Dolores have one before their Almost Kiss that is interrupted by Roger.
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Seesaw Catapult
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Seesaw Catapult: at Maroon Studio, a hippo ballet dancer sits down on a bench next to a man, launching him into the air.
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Private Eye Monologue
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Jessica Rabbit playing pattycake with another man is apparently the toon equivalent of having an affair. (It's also a pun on the kind of hardboiled Private Eye Monologue that uses "playing pattycake" as a euphemism for infidelity. In fact, the book uses the term to mean exactly that.)
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Alas, Poor Villain
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Alas, Poor Villain: As Wheezy dies, he desperately tries to get back his angelic soul.
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Chekhov's Skill
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The aforementioned photo on Teddy Valiant's desk of him, Eddie, and their father in the circus wearing full clown gear foreshadows some of Eddie's behavior in the climax.
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: While holding Eddie hostage, the Judge shouts at the weasels not to laugh themselves to death. Eddie quickly uses this to his advantage in order to escape their clutches while Doom is out of sight.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: Eddie does this when he realizes the woman he mistook for Jessica Rabbit is actually Lena Hyena. Then a second one when he escapes into the out-of-order restroom. Then a third one on his encounter with Tweety. And a fourth one when the "spare" turns out to be a tire. But by far, his biggest one is when Judge Doom reveals his true identity. He's so terrified he tries to run away. Doom gets off a pretty good one too, just before getting hit with a high-pressure blast of Dip. Roger gets one during the cartoon at the very beginning, after lifting up the fridge and then letting go to grab Baby Herman: He realizes his mistake just before the fridge crashes down on his head. Roger when he realises the Toon Patrol, looking for him, have arrived outside Eddie's office and are making their way in. Eddie and Roger when they're chased by two cops on bikes down an alley and the Toon Patrol wagon pulls into the same alley in front of them. The weasels, accompanied with an Eye Take, when they're about to crash into the same two cops mentioned above after Benny evades them. And, of course, Jessica: "Oh my God, it's DIIIIIIIIP!!!"
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Living Shadow
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Living Shadow: Played for Laughs in Toontown when Eddie sneezes and the toon shadow he leaves turns to him and says "gesundheit". Eddie thanks him and does a Double Take realizing he's talking to his shadow.
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Bluebird of Happiness
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Bluebird of Happiness: Several greet Eddie on his return to Toontown.
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Nobody's That Dumb
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Nobody's That Dumb: When confronting Judge Doom, Roger says that "We toons may act idiotic, but we're not stupid!"
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Deadpan Snarker
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Deadpan Snarker: Quite a few characters, befitting the hardboiled noir genre. Eddie Valiant. Roger gets in a few as well. Dolores. Lt. Santino.
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Die Laughing
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Then again when Judge Doom harangues the Weasels, "One of these days, you idiots are going to laugh yourselves to death!". Comes complete with the eureka *ping!*.
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High-Pressure Emotion
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High-Pressure Emotion: Roger's reaction to alcohol is rather... explosive.
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Setting Update: A rare inversion of this as the original novel was published and set in then-Present Day early 1980s, but the movie pushes the setting back over 30 years to 1947, having been inspired by classic Film Noir Hardboiled Detective mysteries of the time.
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Beautiful Singing Voice
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Beautiful Singing Voice: Once the Ink And Paint Club has cleared the stage after the Daffy Duck versus Donald Duck piano duel, the place goes silent as Jessica Rabbit comes on, singing "Why Don't You Do Right." Except for a tiny exchange between Eddie Valiant and Betty Boop, nobody, neither human nor cartoon, makes a peep. Of course, the mostly male audience was Eating the Eye Candy, yet this wet bar club is library quiet during Jessica's number.
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Ms. Fanservice
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Ms. Fanservice: Jessica Rabbit was drawn to be this to the humans she entertains—including the movie's audience.
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Film Noir
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Also for the Film Noir genre as a whole. Most of the characters are either unambiguously good (Roger), or turn out to be good people in the end (Valiant and Jessica), and everyone gets a happy ending. The extra dose of cartoon silliness helps a lot too.
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Era-Specific Personality
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Era-Specific Personality: Most of the classic cartoons act according to their shorts the film's timeline represents. Most notable with Daffy, who acts much more akin to his Cloudcuckoolander persona from the 1940s (he gets in his later "You're Dethpicable!" catchphrase once though). Occasional references from later appearances are made however, see Anachronism Stew above.
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Fridge Brilliance
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The Toon Patrol as well. invokedFridge Brilliance is in place when you consider that Toons are supposed to make people laugh. Laughter being the thing that kills the Weasels.
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Tap on the Head
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Tap on the Head: Roger gets knocked out, courtesy of a frying pan wielded by Jessica.
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Portable Hole
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Portable Hole: An Acme Product. During the film's climax, Eddie gets pinned against a steel drum by a cartoon magnet but manages to free himself by wrapping a Portable Hole completely around the magnet, breaking it in half.
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Sickly Green Glow
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Sickly Green Glow: The Dip.
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Everyone Has Standards
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Everyone Has Standards: The toons keep emphasizing that all of their stunts are for show business or for fun; they would never actually kill someone. This is why Baby Herman knows that Roger is innocent of murdering Acme. When Doom is melted, they all say there's no way he was a duck, dog, or woodpecker like the friendlier toons. Maroon thinks little of blackmailing his neighbor with patty-cake pictures, but never intended for Acme to get killed over it and doesn't want Toontown destroyed.
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Toon Physics
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Toon Physics: An Invoked Trope, from numerous angles. Not only do they apply to toons 24/7 — enabling them to squeeze through tight spaces and yank their hands out of handcuffs whenever it would be funny — but even to humans toons humiliate and/or inflict Amusing Injuries on. Toons can hit humans with frying pans and cars, fire cannons at them, set them on fire, or even throw them off of buildings, but the worst humans can experience at the hands of toons is Clothing Damage and Ash Face because Slapstick never inflicts permanent damage. Roger is absolutely heartbroken when he learns that a toon killed Eddie's brother Teddy, not just because he's a sweet dork, but because he didn't think such a thing was even possible. This is a big hint that Teddy's killer was no ordinary toon and, possibly, the first to realize that while dropping a piano on someone's head is survivable in Slapstick, it's a guaranteed kill with Black Comedy. This is how he escapes the Valiants with the money he stole from the First Bank of Toontown and establishes his new identity as Judge Doom. This also explains how Eddie survived his visit to Toontown; car-smashing crash, flattened by high-G elevator, falling over a thousand stories because Mickey and Bugs choose to interpret "spare parachute" as "spare tire", receiving a Big Damn Kiss that throws him about as far as the car crash should have. Turned around during the final confrontation. Eddie is able to apply Toon Physics to himself because he's performing for the Toon Patrol; by using Comedy as a Weapon he is able to shake off various self-inflicted injuries like a Rake Take, a Tap on the Head(repeatedly — with bowling balls), a Banana Peel, Harmless Electrocution, and ultimately literally knock them all dead. This is turned around again when Eddie fights Judge Doom: Initially, Eddie is completely unaware that Doom's a toon, let alone one using Black Comedy instead of slapstick. The result is a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown as Doom turns each of Eddie's efforts into something humiliating; Eddie crawls onto the Dipmobile and redirects the Dip away from Roger and Jessica, Doom kicks him off the Dipmobile via a zipline. Eddie puts up his fists, Doom pulls a sword. Eddie goes looking for something to deflect the sword with, and finds a useless "singing sword". Attempting to disarm Doom with a toon magnet gets him pinned to a barrel, whereupon Doom takes his act a bit too far by going to get a steamroller. That results in him squashing himself flat, in the process revealing he's a toon and throwing subtlety to the wind with spring-heeled jumps and anvil fists. Turned around one last time because Eddie is really good at Improv; Hoist by His Own Petard is a touchstone of Black Comedy, so he pulls an Exactly What I Aimed At with a toon punch-hammer to dispose of Doom with his own Dip.
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Creepily Long Arms
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Creepily Long Arms: When Judge Doom's hand becomes a buzzsaw, the arm it's attached to extends alarmingly far to strike at its target.
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Inflating Body Gag
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Inflating Body Gag: The first scene, taking place in the Show Within a Show "Somethin's Cookin'", has Roger accidentally smack face-first into an ACME vacuum's out-vent and inflate to a massive size. When he dislodges himself, the air shoots out of his mouth, propelling him around the room like an out-of-control balloon. A much more disturbing example when Judge Doom does this to himself after he reveals that he's a toon.
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: Roger has a few moments of this. He sings and dances loud enough to be heard from the street while wanted for murder, despite knowing full well he faces certain death if he's caught. His defense when Eddie confronts him with this: "But I'm a toon! Toons are supposed to make people laugh!" It ends up working to his advantage, winning the bar patrons over to him and making them reluctant to hand him in.
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"Hey, You!" Haymaker: Jessica does it to Eddie while at the site of Acme's murder.
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Hypocritical Humor:
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Conspicuous Gloves
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Conspicuous Gloves: Judge Doom wears black leather gloves all the time, but he puts on a larger rubber glove in his first appearance to Dip a poor toon shoe. At first it looks like he's making a point, as he even makes a pun by referring to his incredibly harsh tactics as "not kid gloves". Later it turns out they also hide the fact that he's a toon himself. The rubber gloves are a vital piece of protection that keep him from being harmed by the Dip, though considering the harsh chemicals that Dip is made of, a real person would want gloves too.
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Victoria's Secret Compartment
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Lampshaded with Jessica's "Booby Trap", a bear trap concealed within her bosom that clamps down on Greasy's hand as he's inappropriately frisking her.
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You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me!
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You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me!: Given what Eddie's seeing Marvin and Jessica actually doing when he says this, you can't really blame him.
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Glass-Shattering Sound
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Glass-Shattering Sound: When Roger drinks alcohol, he inexplicably emits an ear-splitting steam whistle sound that rises in pitch until all nearby glass has shattered.
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Eddie finding Marvin Acme's will in one of the pictures he took—first through the base of a whiskey glass, then with his magnifying glass. Subverted a moment later when he says, "the hell with it" and would have promptly crawled into a bottle and out of the movie if Roger hadn't shown up to pull him back in.
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Deader Than Dead
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Deader Than Dead: As demonstrated by the weasels, dying usually isn't such a big deal for toons. Being dissolved in Dip, however...
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You Are What You Hate
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You Are What You Hate: Judge Doom. You've probably guessed that by now.
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Berserk Button: Don't sit in Teddy Valiant's chair. Just don't. EDDIE! DOESN'T! WORK! FOR! 'TOONS! "STOP THAT LAUGHING!"
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Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?
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Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Doom has at least two chances to kill Valiant and instead chooses to wait or take a less practical approach. Justified since he is an over the top cartoon villain.
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Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot
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Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot: Eddie Valiant's investigation of a celebrity's wife's infidelity (so to speak) → the murders of Marvin Acme and R.K. Maroon as part of an overall attempted genocide of the toons.
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Everything's Better with Sparkles
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Everything's Better with Sparkles: Jessica's dress on stage. The dress was supposed to sparkle throughout the whole movie, but it would have been too difficult and expensive to animate by hand.
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Sexophone
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Sexophone: Just about any time Jessica is on screen, natch.
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Happily Married
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Happily Married: Roger and Jessica, as it turns out.
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Empty Chair Memorial
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Empty Chair Memorial: The other chair in Eddie's office is his brother's. When Roger tries to sit down in it, Eddie goes bonkers.
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Mind Screw
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Interestingly, Benny appears to actually be a fairly tame driver when he's behind the wheel of another car.
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Fictional Currency
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Fictional Currency: "Simoleons", a real world slang term for money, are actual currency in Toontown.
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Cool and Unusual Punishment
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Cool and Unusual Punishment: In the famous deleted "pig head" scenenote which appeared when the movie was seen on CBS, Doom and the weasels punish Eddie for getting too involved in the case by dragging him kicking and screaming into Toontown and putting an animated pig mask on his head. (A remnant of this scene can be seen when Jessica appears in Eddie's apartment—he's getting out of the shower because he just washed away the last of the painted pig's head.)
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Wingding Eyes
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Wingding Eyes: Judge Doom.
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Jump Scare
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Jump Scare: Eddie gets one from Dumbo, causing him to hide beneath a shelf out of fear.
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Evil Gloating
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Evil Gloating/Motive Rant: Judge Doom delivers this after revealing himself as the Diabolical Mastermind behind the plot to destroy Toontown. He delivers another one when it's revealed that he is a toon, and the one that killed Eddie's brother
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Winged Soul Flies Off at Death
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Winged Soul Flies Off at Death: The Weasels after they laugh themselves to death. Averted with the chief Weasel, Smart Ass, who meets his end in the Dip.
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A Nazi by Any Other Name
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A Nazi by Any Other Name: Judge Doom evokes one. His dress is reminiscent of a typical Gestapo trenchcoat, and Doom himself shares some resemblance with Roland Freisler, or even Arnold Toht from Raiders of the Lost Ark. His Weasels as the Toon Patrol remind one of the Gestapo or the Schutzstaffel, and the Dip which is carried on the Weasel's wagon is like the Nazi Gas Van used during Aktion T4. Doom's master plan sounds like Hitler's Final Solution for toons instead of Jews — In the third draft of the film script, from September 2, 1986, Lt. Santino tells Eddie that Doom refers to the Dip as the Final Solution, although this was not included in the final film. One pair of squeaky shoes at the Acme factory is a set of goose-stepping black boots.
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Show Within a Show
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Show Within a Show: The film opens with the unfinished Maroon cartoon "Somethin's Cookin'", starring Roger Rabbit.
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Neck Lift
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Neck Lift: Judge Doom does it to Roger in the bar. More justified than most examples in that he can easily close his fist around Roger's neck because it's so compressible.
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Cue the Falling Object: After Eddie crashes his car while in Toontown, he looks at the wreckage and sees a bowling ball rolling over and crushing a wind-up doll.
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Helping Granny Cross the Street
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Helping Granny Cross the Street: When the shot of the gigantic pile-up of cars in Toontown pulls out, Snow White can be seen helping the "old peddler woman" (aka her Wicked Stepmother) across the street.
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Helium Speech: Judge Doom, when he reveals his true identity.
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Felony Misdemeanor
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Felony Misdemeanor: Roger's deeply in love with his wife Jessica, and is horrified when Eddie finds photographs of her and Mr. Acme "playing patty-cake." If you're wondering what "playing patty-cake" is a euphemism for....Toons seem to consider it the equivalent of sex. Roger is deeply hurt.
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Fan Disservice
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Fan Disservice: The scene where Jessica meets a shirtless and very hairy Eddie in his office. Lena Hyena, the exact polar opposite of Jessica.
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Lost Will And Testament
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Lost Will and Testament: Much of the plot is concerned with trying to find Marvin Acme's will, in which he promised to leave Toontown to the toons. Its absence will mean a bidding war and Toontown's acquisition by a considerably less friendly personage. It turns out that, as a joke, Acme wrote the thing in disappearing-reappearing ink.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: There are dozens of these: to Golden Age cartoons, live action films (The Maltese Falcon, The Wizard of Oz, Sunset Boulevard, Chinatown, and Back to the Future) and the play Harvey. In Maroon's second scene, he's wielding what looks like the Golden Gun. Jessica's Veronica Lake hairstyle. Tweety reprises his "Dis widdle piddy" routine from his debut appearance in ''A Tale of Two Kitties", right down to the same punchline.
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Eat the Camera
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Eat the Camera: Played straight and immediately inverted afterward on Baby Herman crying after dropping his cigar.
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Wicked Weasel
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Wicked Weasel: Judge Doom's "Toon Patrol" is a band of these.
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No Name Given
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No Name Given: The unspoken names of the Weasels are Smart Ass, Wheezy, Greasy, Psycho, and Stupid. Guess who's who.
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Cloudcuckoolander
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Cloudcuckoolander: Roger. Most if not all toons are this in some shape or form, but since Roger has the biggest role it's definitely most notable with him.
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No Badge? No Problem!
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No Badge? No Problem!: Ex-police officer (and current private investigator) Eddie Valiant is brought along to the Acme Factory crime scene by his friend Lieutenant Santino. While there he tries to steal a piece of evidence: the joy buzzer in Marvin Acme's hand. He's caught red-handed by Judge Doom but Santino explains away his action by saying that Valiant was just getting the item for Doom.
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Corrupt Corporate Executive: R.K. Maroon. He tries to blackmail Marvin Acme into selling Toontown to Cloverleaf Industries because they won't buy his studio unless Marvin Acme sells them Toontown as well. However, he tries to get Marvin Acme's will back in order to save the toons and their home.
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It's Up to You
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It's Up to You: A meta example. There's a reason many people felt Bob Hoskins was snubbed for an Academy Award nod here: it's so easy watching Eddie Valiant to forget that Bob Hoskins is almost invariably by himself, talking to air or a ridiculous contraption.
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Goofy Print Underwear
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Goofy Print Underwear: Lena Hyena is revealed to be wearing a pair of these when Eddie tricks her into flattening herself against a wall.
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Iris Out
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Iris Out: The movie fades out to the credits this way.
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Subverted Rhyme Every Occasion:
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Dramatic Curtain Toss
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Dramatic Curtain Toss: When Judge Doom reveals the Dip.
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Polite Villains, Rude Heroes
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Polite Villains, Rude Heroes: Eddie Valiant is a bitter and sarcastic alcoholic trying to untangle a web of conspiracy around the murder of Marvin Acme. Judge Doom uses a refined and respectable facade to hide his true nature as a deranged killer Toon.
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The cute little cartoon shoe that is shoved in the dip, slowly and gradually as it squeals in pain, is rather painful to watch, especially after Doom emphasizes beforehand that, unlike usual cartoon deaths, this is very real.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: When compared to the original book. Also for the Film Noir genre as a whole. Most of the characters are either unambiguously good (Roger), or turn out to be good people in the end (Valiant and Jessica), and everyone gets a happy ending. The extra dose of cartoon silliness helps a lot too.
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Paper People
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Paper People: We learn the truth about Judge Doom when he is completely flattened by a steamroller... and stands back up.
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Just Whistle
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Just Whistle: "If you should ever need a ride, just stick out your thumb!" And a Brick Joke.
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Supernormal Bindings
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Supernormal Bindings: After Judge Doom captures Jessica and Roger, he has the weasels tie them up with escape-proof ton rope.
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: Eddie Valiant wears one, as does Judge Doom.
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Deliberately Monochrome
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Deliberately Monochrome: In contrast to all other toons, Betty Boop is shown in black-and-white. She blames this for her dwindling success in the industry.
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Eureka Moment
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Eureka Moment: Eddie finding Marvin Acme's will in one of the pictures he took—first through the base of a whiskey glass, then with his magnifying glass. Subverted a moment later when he says, "the hell with it" and would have promptly crawled into a bottle and out of the movie if Roger hadn't shown up to pull him back in. Eddie's revelation on Cloverleaf while listening to the newsreel in the theater, where Cloverleaf buys Maroon Cartoon Studios. "That's it! That's the connection!" Then again when Judge Doom harangues the Weasels, "One of these days, you idiots are going to laugh yourselves to death!". Comes complete with the eureka *ping!*. A very subtle one occurs right at the end of the film when the ink stain on Eddie's shirt reappears, Roger explains that Marvin Acme had invented disappearing/reappearing ink, and Eddie realizes where the will is.
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SomeoneElsesProblem
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Someone Else's Problem: Eddie decides this after noticing Acme's will in the photograph.
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Loads and Loads of Characters
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Loads and Loads of Characters: The classic Disney cartoon characters joins forces with the Looney Tunes and various other studios to bring an extraordinary ensemble cast of classic cartoon characters. Basically all the big name characters of the "Golden Age" made it in this movie, at least for a cameo. Fleischer studios is represented by Betty Boop and a quick cameo from Koko the Clown. Walter Lantz Studios is represented by its biggest star, Woody Woodpecker. MGM Studios loaned out Droopy. The only studio without any characters included was Terrytoons. As huge as this cast is, there were plans for even more- the Popeye characters, Felix the Cat and Tom & Jerry weren't included because of rights issues.note  An image of Felix, at least, can be seen at the top of the arch leading into Toontown.
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Hoist by His Own Petard
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Hoist by His Own Petard Eddie tries to use the giant magnet on a sword. His opponent simply doesn't let go, resulting in Eddie dragging him closer. He reverses the magnet to stop the opponent from getting any closer, so it wraps around his waist and attracts the nearest metallic object behind him—a trash can—which slams into Eddie's back, trapping him. He barely escapes via a portable hole. Judge Doom is killed by the Dip machine he was going to use on Roger and Jessica Rabbit and all of Toontown. Also, Smart Ass is the only weasel to not die from laughter. Instead, he, too, gets killed by the Dip, when Eddie kicks him so hard that he sends him flying into the Dip vat. The machine itself is destroyed by a train. The vehicle that was being used to phase out trains/trams is destroyed by one.
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Psychotic Smirk
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Psychotic Smirk: Judge Doom often has this.
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Last Request
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Roger performs a lot of these. A particular one happens when Eddie feeds him alcohol as a Last Request.
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Sudden Musical Ending
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Sudden Musical Ending: Justified, since Toontown seems to be a very musical place.
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Waxing Lyrical
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Waxing Lyrical: Eddie makes an Irving Berlin reference:
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Soap Punishment
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Soap Punishment: Smart-Ass is threatening Eddie to tell him where Roger is and to "cut the bullschtick". Eddie tells him to watch his language or he'll "wash your mouth out" and shoves a bar of soap into his mouth.
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Achilles' Heel
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Achilles' Heel: Dip, for the toons—and, consequently, Judge Doom.
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Race Lift
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Race Lift: For a film about oppressed minorities, the fact the original book's brown rabbit is turned white in the film has some Unfortunate Implicationsinvoked.
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Unusual Euphemism
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Unusual Euphemism: Santino refers to Acme's murder as getting "kacked."
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Subverted. Eddie thinks Roger is doing one when he sees a car driving out of the studios after Maroon is shot dead. It turns out to be Jessica, who had Roger in the trunk.
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Something Else Also Rises
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Something Else Also Rises:
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Smelly Feet Gag
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Smelly Feet Gag: The weasels burst into Valiant & Valiant to find Roger, currently handcuffed to Eddie. All they find is Eddie washing something in the sink.
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LoungeSinger
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Toons think Jessica is the one who made out like a bandit, which makes sense if you compare their careers. Jessica is a Lounge Singer (albeit a high-class lounge singer), while Roger is an A-list celeb in the toon world, on par with Mickey Mouse or Bugs Bunny. It's an even bigger step up in the book, as Jessica got her start in Tijuana Bibles, which essentially makes her a porn starlet.
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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are: Judge Doom, correctly suspecting that Roger is hiding in a secret room in the bar, begins circling the room, tapping out the first five beats of Shave And A Haircut with his cane—because toons simply can't leave the rhythm unfinished when the final two bits aren't completed.
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Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny
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Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny: Donald Duck and Daffy Duck are seen in a piano battle that quickly escalates into an actual duel.
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Red Herring
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Red Herring: It's made to look like Jessica murdered R.K. Maroon and possibly orchestrated the whole plot, but the real killer turns out to be Judge Doom and that she only wants to help her husband.
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Chekhov's Gunman
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Chekhov's Gunman: The toon that killed Eddie's brother.
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Toilet Teleportation
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Toilet Teleportation: Roger Rabbit (accidentally) uses this trick.
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Piano Drop
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Piano Drop: How Eddie's brother and partner died.
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Brass Balls
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Brass Balls: Heard when Eddie confronts R.K. Maroon.
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Opera Gloves: Jessica wears them.
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Start of Darkness: The graphic novel sequel Roger Rabbit: The Resurrection of Doom reveals Judge Doom's origins.
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Silly Rabbit, Idealism Is for Kids!: Eddie literally has this attitude toward Roger.
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Freudian Threat: This accidentally happens to Roger in the opening cartoon "Somethin’s Cookin" when a meat cleaver hits the wall in between his legs almost resulting in a Crippling Castration, Roger reacts (understandably) with a Loud Gulp.
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Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique: Eddie does this to R.K. Maroon.
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Sphere Eyes: Roger.
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Invisible Writing: Mr. Acme is the inventor of 'disappearing-reappearing ink' which becomes invisible almost immediately, but becomes visible again through time. Mr. Acme also wrote his will with it, leading it to be believed lost.
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Literal-Minded: The toon penguin waiters, which Eddie knows in advance, as after ordering a "Scotch on the rocks", he yells after them that he means ice. Being toons, they give him a drink with rocks in it anyway.
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Going Commando
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After the car crash, when Jessica is whirling away with her legs spread, freezing a specific frame reveals that she "Going Commando." This has been censored in the subsequent digital editions.
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Jaw Drop: Eddie Valiant's first vision of Jessica Rabbit. Complete with Betty Boop closing his mouth for him.
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Reconstruction: Of both the Film Noir genre and Looney Tunes-style cartoons.
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Expy: Jessica Rabbit's design and career is a more vampish version of Tex Avery's Red Hot Riding Hood.
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Determinator: Seemingly no known law of nature or science could stop Lena Hyena from trying to get a man (toon or human) apart from maybe tricking her into running into a brick wall.
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Artistic License – Music: In the scene where Eddie Valiant is mingling with the toons at Maroon Studios, he comes across a saxophonist standing next to the enchanted brooms from Fantasia. However, the saxophonist isn't doing anything else besides just swaying his body while playing the saxophone. That is, he isn't even moving his fingers while playing.
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New Era Speech: Judge Doom's vision of freeways.
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The Load: Roger is this to the film crew when he keeps blowing his lines in the opening cartoon.
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Sideboob
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Side Boob, and plenty of it, from Jessica.
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Dark Is Evil: Judge Doom's entire wardrobe is black as pitch, even his cane, a sure sign that he's not just bad news, but the real mastermind behind the scheme to buy up Toontown. It also makes it easier to conceal his true toon form.
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Aside Glance: Jessica Rabbit seems to love looking at the camera and makes at least 4 of these. There's a subtle one during her singing number right before she sits on Eddie, then another after knocking out Roger with a frying pan and dumping him in the trunk of a car, a very quick one as she's getting into Benny the Cab in Toontown and then one right before Rogers bursts into the Acme factory via the storm drain. Roger looks into the camera at the end of the film, right after Jessica tells him she'll bake him a carrot cake after they get home. Tweety's cameo in Toontown has him looking at the camera at times.
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Exact Words: Never ask a toon to give you a "spare" of something if you don't want a tire. And it's not a good idea to ask for a drink "on the rocks" if you actually want ice. Again, this is because toons follow the logic of Rule of Funny. When Roger and Eddie use Benny to escape from the weasels, a couple of cops on motorbikes give chase too, and Roger remarks there are cops right behind them. Benny reassures him, "Not for long, Roger!" before reversing into an alleyway:
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Angry Collar Grab: After Roger is confronted with evidence of his wife Jessica cheating, Eddie Valiant jokes that "the dames will be breaking his doors down". An angry Roger jumps on him and grabs him by the collar, ranting that he and his wife were going to be happy again before storming out through the window.
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Misspelling Out Loud:
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Groin Attack: At least four different ones during the course of the movie. Two of them were cut off from the 20-year celebration edition DVD.
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Big Damn Heroes In Toontown, as the Weasels come barreling at them in their black truck, Eddie and Jessica each try to pull the other in different directions to escape and Eddie sticks out his thumb for emphasis. Suddenly, up zips Benny the Cab. They climb into him and they escape being mowed down by the Weasels in the nick of time.note Earlier, Benny told Eddie that if he ever needed a ride, that he should "just stick out [his] thumb". Later, in the Acme Factory, as Doom tells Eddie and Jessica his plans to wipe out Toontown and replace it with a freeway, Roger blasts into the warehouse through a drainage grate and tries to hold Doom and the Weasels at gunpoint. Too bad one of the Weasels also gets blasted up onto a Ton-of-Bricks that he uses to bury the rabbit, giving Doom the upper hand.
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Benny the Cab comes across as a sarcastic Jerkass and a road hog, but despite that, it's clear he and Roger are good friends and despite knowing Roger is a fugitive, he takes him and Eddie to a place they can hide, shows up in a Big Damn Heroes moment to save Eddie and Jessica from the weasels, and drives Roger (in Eddie's trashed car) to the Acme factory so Roger can attempt to pull off his own Big Damn Heroes moment.
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On a more philosophical note, the most important attribute in toon society is humor. Roger's Funny Animal looks and comedic chops thus make him something akin to a Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Shrine to the Fallen: Teddy Valiant's desk, completely untouched since his death. Eddie practically explodes when Roger attempts to sit in Teddy's chair.
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Hair of the Dog: The first thing Eddie does after being woken up after a night of Drowning My Sorrows is to grab a fresh bottle of Wild Turkey and start pounding it down.
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Benny the Cab hops behind the wheel of a non-sentient Alleged Car that Roger was driving after his own tires are damaged.
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Evil Plan: Judge Doom wants to destroy Toontown and use the land to build a freeway.
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Incessant Music Madness: The director is arguing with Roger after he blows his lines when he finally shouts, "Can we lose the playback please!?"
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Not Evil, Just Misunderstood
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Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: Jessica Rabbit isn't actually a Femme Fatale:
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Trick Bullet
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Trick Bullet: Eddie uses a gun that fires toon bullets that are self-aware and can steer themselves in flight. Unfortunately, they aren't the brightest of toons.
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Selective Magnetism
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Selective Magnetism: The Acme magnet Eddie uses against Judge Doom.
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This Is a Drill: Judge Doom at the end.
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Drives Like Crazy: All toons (except Jessica, apparently), whether they are driving human vehicles or toons like Benny the Cab, who drives himself like crazy! Interestingly, Benny appears to actually be a fairly tame driver when he's behind the wheel of another car.
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The Exit Is That Way: "That's the closet!"
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Emergency Taxi: Whenever you need a ride from Benny the cab, just stick out your thumb. Eddie Valiant does this involuntarily when he and Jessica escape from the Weasels.
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Doomy Dooms of Doom: Judge Doom.
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Gainaxing: Jessica Rabbit's breasts, which have a habit of bumping into things. In general, they reverse-gainax, moving in the opposite direction of normal walking movement (basically, they bounce up rather than down when she walks), in part to make her more cartoony.
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You Killed My Father
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You Killed My Father: Judge Doom is the same toon who killed Eddie Valiant's brother.
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One-Winged Angel: Judge Doom's toon form, complete with transforming appendages. Made more horrifying knowing that it is his true form and the only parts visible are his crazy eyes.
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Impact Silhouette: The result of Roger running off in a fit of pique... through Mr. Maroon's office window. He leaves a Roger-shaped hole not only in the window itself, but even the blinds covering them.
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Beware the Nice Ones: Roger is the kind of sweet guy who responds to his wife cheating by writing her a love letter, but if you mess with someone he cares about, he'll pull a gun on you.
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Pervy Patdown: When Judge Doom tells the weasels to frisk Jessica for Acme's will, Greasy eagerly reaches down her ample cleavage to do so and to cop a feel (seriously, his tongue droops out his mouth in excitement), but all he gets is his hand caught in a Bear Trap.
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Evil Is Hammy: Just take a wild guess.
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Brick Joke
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And a Brick Joke.
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Eddie Valiant is a cynical, world-weary P.I. with a racist streak, but most of this disappears once he worked through the trauma of his brother's death.
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Heroes Want Redheads: Roger and Jessica are both redheads and are madly in love with each other.
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Innocently Insensitive
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Innocently Insensitive: Roger inadvertently hits Eddie's Berserk Button when making reference to his brother ("He looks like a sensitive and sober fellow"), not knowing that Teddy died a few years previously in a robbery in Toontown.
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Evil, Inc.
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comment
Evil, Inc.: Unsurprisingly, Cloverleaf turns out to be this when Valiant uncovers their motivations for trying to lay claim on Toontown. Considering who their sole stockholder turns out to be...
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit

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A Wizard Did It / int_5286ec36
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Angry Collar Grab / int_5286ec36
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Anvil on Head / int_5286ec36
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Aren't You Forgetting Someone? / int_5286ec36
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Beautiful Singing Voice / int_5286ec36
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Bedmate Reveal / int_5286ec36
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Big Word Shout / int_5286ec36
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Bling-Bling-BANG! / int_5286ec36
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Bullets Do Not Work That Way / int_5286ec36
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Butter Face / int_5286ec36
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Can't Get in Trouble for Nuthin' / int_5286ec36
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Car Fu / int_5286ec36
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Cardiovascular Love / int_5286ec36
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Cartoon Conductor / int_5286ec36
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Cartoony Eyes / int_5286ec36
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Cartridges in Flight / int_5286ec36
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Cessation of Existence / int_5286ec36
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Chalk Outline / int_5286ec36
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Character Exaggeration / int_5286ec36
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Chroma Key / int_5286ec36
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Classy Cane / int_5286ec36
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Clear Their Name / int_5286ec36
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Cobweb of Disuse / int_5286ec36
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Coincidental Broadcast / int_5286ec36
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Cold Ham / int_5286ec36
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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are / int_5286ec36
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Comedy as a Weapon / int_5286ec36
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Conspicuous Gloves / int_5286ec36
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Conspicuous Trenchcoat / int_5286ec36
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Contagious Laughter / int_5286ec36
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Contractual Genre Blindness / int_5286ec36
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Contrapposto Pose / int_5286ec36
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Conveyor Belt o' Doom / int_5286ec36
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Coolest Club Ever / int_5286ec36
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Covered Up / int_5286ec36
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Creepy High-Pitched Voice / int_5286ec36
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Cross-Dressing Voices / int_5286ec36
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Cue the Falling Object / int_5286ec36
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Cultural Stereotypes / int_5286ec36
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Cute and Psycho / int_5286ec36
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Cynicism Catalyst / int_5286ec36
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Dance Battler / int_5286ec36
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Dancing Bear / int_5286ec36
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Dancing Pants / int_5286ec36
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Dark Is Evil / int_5286ec36
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Daydream Believer / int_5286ec36
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Dead Hat Shot / int_5286ec36
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Dead Partner / int_5286ec36
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Deader Than Dead / int_5286ec36
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Deadly Disc / int_5286ec36
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Deadly Euphemism / int_5286ec36
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Deconstruction Crossover / int_5286ec36
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Defective Detective / int_5286ec36
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Deliberate Values Dissonance / int_5286ec36
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Delusions of Eloquence / int_5286ec36
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Deranged Taxi Driver / int_5286ec36
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Detective Mole / int_5286ec36
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Diabolical Mastermind / int_5286ec36
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Die Laughing / int_5286ec36
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Digital Bikini / int_5286ec36
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Dingy Trainside Apartment / int_5286ec36
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Dinner Deformation / int_5286ec36
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Dirty Kid / int_5286ec36
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Disappointed by the Motive / int_5286ec36
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Disgusting Public Toilet / int_5286ec36
 DisneyOnIce
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Doesn't Trust Those Guys / int_5286ec36
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Doomy Dooms of Doom / int_5286ec36
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Door Dumb / int_5286ec36
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Door of Doom / int_5286ec36
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Dope Slap / int_5286ec36
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Dramatic Curtain Toss / int_5286ec36
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Drives Like Crazy / int_5286ec36
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Drowning My Sorrows / int_5286ec36
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Dying Declaration of Love / int_5286ec36
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Dynamic Character / int_5286ec36
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Ear Ache / int_5286ec36
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Ears as Hair / int_5286ec36
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Eat the Camera / int_5286ec36
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Eiffel Tower Effect / int_5286ec36
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Elevator Gag / int_5286ec36
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Eleventy Zillion / int_5286ec36
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Emergency Taxi / int_5286ec36
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Empty Chair Memorial / int_5286ec36
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Empty Piles of Clothing / int_5286ec36
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Enhanced Punch / int_5286ec36
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Era-Specific Personality / int_5286ec36
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Escape Route Surprise / int_5286ec36
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Eternally Pearly-White Teeth / int_5286ec36
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Eureka Moment / int_5286ec36
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Every Episode Ending / int_5286ec36
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Everybody Smokes / int_5286ec36
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Everyone Is Jesus in Purgatory / int_5286ec36
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Everything Dances / int_5286ec36
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Evil Slinks / int_5286ec36
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Evil Sounds Deep / int_5286ec36
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Exactly What I Aimed At / int_5286ec36
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Expanded Universe / int_5286ec36
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Exploited Trope / int_5286ec36
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Expo Label / int_5286ec36
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Expressive Ears / int_5286ec36
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Extremely Short Timespan / int_5286ec36
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Eye Colour Change / int_5286ec36
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Eye Pop / int_5286ec36
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Face-Revealing Turn / int_5286ec36
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Failed Attempt at Drama / int_5286ec36
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Fake-Out Opening / int_5286ec36
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Fanfic Fuel / int_5286ec36
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Fantastic Noir / int_5286ec36
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Fearless Infant / int_5286ec36
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Feel No Pain / int_5286ec36
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Feet-First Introduction / int_5286ec36
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Femme Fatale / int_5286ec36
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Film Noir / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Films Noirs Index / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Final Solution / int_5286ec36
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555 / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Flirtatious Smack on the Ass / int_5286ec36
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Flower-Pot Drop / int_5286ec36
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Food End / int_5286ec36
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For Doom the Bell Tolls / int_5286ec36
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For the Funnyz / int_5286ec36
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Forced to Watch / int_5286ec36
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Forceful Kiss / int_5286ec36
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Forgot to Mind Their Head / int_5286ec36
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Forgotten Theme Tune Lyrics / int_5286ec36
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Frame-Up / int_5286ec36
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Freudian Threat / int_5286ec36
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Friend on the Force / int_5286ec36
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Frying Pan of Doom / int_5286ec36
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Full-Body Disguise / int_5286ec36
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Fully-Clothed Nudity / int_5286ec36
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Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal / int_5286ec36
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Fun with Flushing / int_5286ec36
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Funny Octopus / int_5286ec36
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G-Rated Mental Illness / int_5286ec36
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G-Rated Sex / int_5286ec36
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Gag Boobs / int_5286ec36
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Gag Lips / int_5286ec36
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Gainaxing / int_5286ec36
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Game Face / int_5286ec36
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Genius Loci / int_5286ec36
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Genocide from the Inside / int_5286ec36
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Genre Relaunch / int_5286ec36
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Genre Throwback / int_5286ec36
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Getting the Boot / int_5286ec36
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Giggling Villain / int_5286ec36
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Give Me a Reason / int_5286ec36
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Glass Eye / int_5286ec36
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Glass-Shattering Sound / int_5286ec36
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Glove Snap / int_5286ec36
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Gloved Fist of Doom / int_5286ec36
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Going Commando / int_5286ec36
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Goo Goo Getup / int_5286ec36
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Good Animals, Evil Animals / int_5286ec36
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Good Bad Girl / int_5286ec36
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Good-Guy Bar / int_5286ec36
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Good Hair, Evil Hair / int_5286ec36
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Good People Have Good Sex / int_5286ec36
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Grievous Bottley Harm / int_5286ec36
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Hand Cannon / int_5286ec36
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Hand Stomp / int_5286ec36
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Hanging Judge / int_5286ec36
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Happier Home Movie / int_5286ec36
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Hardboiled Detective / int_5286ec36
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Hash House Lingo / int_5286ec36
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Hates the Job, Loves the Limelight / int_5286ec36
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Hats Off to the Dead / int_5286ec36
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He Didn't Make It / int_5286ec36
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Head-and-Hip Pose / int_5286ec36
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Head-Turning Beauty / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Helium Speech / int_5286ec36
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Hellish Pupils / int_5286ec36
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Heroes' Frontier Step / int_5286ec36
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Heroes Want Redheads / int_5286ec36
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He's Back / int_5286ec36
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Hide Your Otherness / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Hiding Your Heritage / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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High Concept / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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High-Pressure Emotion / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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His Name Is... / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Hollywood Acid / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Hot Sauce Drinking / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Humanoid Female Animal / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Hurricane of Euphemisms / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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I Fell for Hours / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Idea Ding / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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If I Wanted X, I Would Y / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Illogical Safe / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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I'm a Doctor, Not a Placeholder / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Impossible Hourglass Figure / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Impossibly Cool Clothes / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Impossibly-Low Neckline / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Improvised Zipline / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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In Memoriam / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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In One Ear, Out the Other / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Incessant Music Madness / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Inelegant Blubbering / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Infinite Flashlight / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Inflating Body Gag / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Inhuman Eye Concealers / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Intercontinuity Crossover / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Intimidation Demonstration / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Invisible Writing / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Iris Out / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Iron Butt-Monkey / int_5286ec36
 IshkursGuideToElectronicMusic
seeAlso
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It Will Never Catch On / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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It's Raining Men / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Jaw Drop / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Joe Sent Me / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Judge, Jury, and Executioner / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Just Whistle / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Kavorka Man / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Killed Mid-Sentence / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Killer Gorilla / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Knee-High Perspective / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Knees Knocking Together / int_5286ec36
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Knife Outline / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Knight in Sour Armor / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Kryptonite Factor / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Lab Pet / int_5286ec36
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Last Request / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
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Latex Perfection / int_5286ec36
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Laughing Mad / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Left Stuck After Attack / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Left the Background Music On / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Let Me Get This Straight... / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Let's Meet the Meat / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Libation for the Dead / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Licked by the Dog / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Lions and Tigers and Humans... Oh, My! / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Literal Cliffhanger / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Literal Genie / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Literal-Minded / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Living Clothes / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Living Forever Is No Big Deal / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Living Shadow / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Logo Joke / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Loose Lips / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Lost in Character / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Lost Love Montage / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Lost Will And Testament / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Loud Gulp / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Love Letter / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Lover, Not a Fighter / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Luxurious Liquor / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Lyrical Cold Open / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Mad Libs Dialogue / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Magic Skirt / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Malaproper / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Manual Misprint / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Masculine Lines, Feminine Curves / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Mask of Sanity / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Massive Multiplayer Crossover / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Medium Awareness / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Medium Blending / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Method Acting / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Mind Your Step / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Misaimed Marketing / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Misspelling Out Loud / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Mistaken for Cheating / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Mistaken from Behind / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Moment Killer / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Motive Rant / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Mouse Trap / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Multi-Armed Multitasking / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Murphy's Bed / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Nails on a Blackboard / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Name and Name / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Neck Lift / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Necktie Leash / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
New Era Speech / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
New Powers as the Plot Demands / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Newspaper Backstory / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Newsreel / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Nice Character, Mean Actor / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
No Badge? No Problem! / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
No Sense of Humor / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Nobody's That Dumb / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Non-Dubbed Grunts / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Non-Human Sidekick / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Non-Singing Voice / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Non-Humans Lack Attributes / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Not a Game / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Not Even Human / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Not Evil, Just Misunderstood / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Not Growing Up Sucks / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Not So Invincible After All / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Odd Couple / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Offhand Backhand / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
One Mario Limit / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Opposites Attract / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Or Are You Just Happy to See Me? / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Orphaned Reference / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Outside Ride / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Pain-Powered Leap / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Painful Rhyme / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Paper People / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Parallel Porn Titles / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Paranoia Gambit / int_89220016
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Parental Bonus / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Parrot Pet Position / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Peek-a-Bangs / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Pelican Package Pouch / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Percussive Prevention / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Personal Effects Reveal / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Perverse Sexual Lust / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Piano Drop / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Play-Along Prisoner / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Playboy Bunny / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Plot-Sensitive Button / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Polite Villains, Rude Heroes / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Politically Incorrect Hero / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Poor Man's Substitute / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Pop the Tires / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Portable Hole / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Portrait Painting Peephole / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Practical Effects / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Pretend Prejudice / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Primary-Color Champion / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Projectile Kiss / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Projectile Toast / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Proscenium Reveal / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Punctuated Pounding / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Punk in the Trunk / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Quaking with Fear / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Questioning Title? / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Quick Nip / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Quirky Miniboss Squad / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Quotes Fit for a Trailer / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Rack Focus / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Railroad Plot / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Rake Take / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Real Estate Scam / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Reclusive Artist / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Recognizable by Sound / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Recursive Adaptation / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Recursive Ammo / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Red Boxing Gloves / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Red Eyes, Take Warning / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Reflexive Response / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Reminiscing About Your Victims / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Repetitive Audio Glitch / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Rescue Sex / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Retraux / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Revealing Reflection / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Rubbery World / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Rule of Empathy / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Rump Roast / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Running on the Spot / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sacrificial Lamb / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sad Clown / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sadist / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sapient Steed / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sarcastic Well Wishing / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Saw / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Scare Chord / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Scary Shiny Glasses / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Cast / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Screw the Money, I Have Rules! / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Screw the Rules, I Have Money! / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Secondary Character Title / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Seesaw Catapult / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sentient Vehicle / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sexophone / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sexual Euphemism / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sexy Backless Outfit / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sexy Silhouette / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sexy Walk / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Shapeshifter Weapon / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Shave and a Haircut / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
She's Got Legs / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Shocking Voice Identity Reveal / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Shoot Out the Lock / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Shrine to the Fallen / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Animal Cast / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Slipped the Ropes / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Slippery Skid / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Slippery Soap / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Smelly Feet / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Smelly Feet Gag / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Smooch of Victory / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sneaking Snacks / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Soap Punishment / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Species Surname / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Speech Impediment / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sphere Eyes / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Spontaneous Crowd Formation / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Spotlight-Stealing Crossover / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Spring Coil / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Squashed Flat / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Stab the Scorpion / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Staging the Eavesdrop / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Star Scraper / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Starring Special Effects / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Statuesque Stunner / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Stealing from the Till / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sticky Situation / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Still Got It / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Stock Animal Diet / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Straying Baby / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Stuck in Their Shadow / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sudden Musical Ending / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Summon a Ride / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sunshine Noir / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Super Window Jump / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Surprise Creepy / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Surreal Music Video / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Swiss Army Appendage / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Sword Cane / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Symbolic Blood / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
/ int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Talking Weapon / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Talking with Signs / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Tap on the Head / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Technicolor Death / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Tempting Cookie Jar / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Tested on Humans / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
That's All, Folks! / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Alcoholic / int_5286ec36
 TheAnimatorsSurvivalKit
seeAlso
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Big Bad Wolf / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Cavalry Arrives Late / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Chanteuse / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Cover Changes the Meaning / int_5286ec36
 The Dark Age of Animation
seeAlso
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Driver / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Exit Is That Way / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Face of the Sun / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The / int_5286ec36
 The Golden Age of Animation
seeAlso
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Hyena / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Only One I Trust / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Pratfall / int_5286ec36
 TheReluctantDragon
seeAlso
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Taxi / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Un-Smile / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
The Unblinking / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Theory of Narrative Causality / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
They Fight Crime! / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
This Is No Time for Knitting / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
This Is Reality / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Through a Face Full of Fur / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Tiny Guy, Huge Girl / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Toilet Teleportation / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Took a Level in Idealism / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Toon / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Toon Physics / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Tragic Bigot / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Trick Bullet / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Troperiffic / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Troubling Unchildlike Behavior / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Tuft of Head Fur / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
23 / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Typical Cartoon Animal Colors / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Ugly Guy, Hot Wife / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Uncanny Valley Makeup / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Unmoving Plaid / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Unseen Evil / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Unwilling Suspension / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
hasFeature
Vader Breath / int_5286ec36
 Who Framed Roger Rabbit