OpEd: "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" is Disney's Best Renaissance Live-Action Movie - Inside the Magic

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit

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  1. Harley

    I agree with what you wrote ryan but i think i am also buyist as mr. Fleischer is a dear friend of mine!

      1. Harley

        Though knowing famous or semi famous people might be different for us both i am from nyc i saw people everyday and met them! All my friends were on broadway! Thats why when i got to wdw it was i whom got in trouble for talking to celebrities but if i knew them what was i supposei to be rude then i also be in trouble!

  2. Thomas

    There’s no denying it, it is a really great movie, and for me it absolutely deserves to be held in as high esteem as Mary Poppins and Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Bob Hoskins was incredible as Valiant, and even though I’m a gay man, Jessica Rabbit still is extremely sexy, her entrance number – need I say more. Even now a lot of the animation on the live-action just works in a way CGI just doesn’t give. CGI is great, but you don’t get the fun with it that you do in Roger Rabbit. When I was little I thought it was a real place and was devastated when I realised I’d never converse with a cartoon character (and I don’t mean costumed guys in Disney World – which are obviously just as incredible, but not the 2D animation I want to chat to)

    1. Harley

      Why dont you do right is forever in my audition and performance repitore since i was 4 it wasnt obviously sexy my version but it was in my range! Thanks for the reminder forgot to mention that above!

    2. Mark

      I am gay too and i always thought that!

  3. Making a sequel may not be a good idea, but who’s to say that Roger can’t be in any new theatrical shorts…or an animated series? I’d like to see a show where Roger and his pals are in a House of Mouse-world with Disney characters galore. Plus, maybe he can still be in a movie. It just doesn’t have to be in the Who Framed-universe.

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