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Who Framed Roger Rabbit (21-Jun-1988)

Director: Robert Zemeckis

Writers: Jeffrey Price; Peter S. Seaman

From novel: Who Censored Roger Rabbit? by Gary K. Wolf

Producers: Robert Watts; Frank Marshall

Keywords: Mystery, Comedy, Alcoholism, Rabbits, Los Angeles

Roger Rabbit has been framed for the murder of Marvin Acme, owner of Toontown. He seeks the help of Eddie Valiant, a washed-up private detective formerly of Valiant & Valiant, who was once a friend of toons but turned against them after his brother was killed by one. Good murder mystery in a seamless blending of cartoon and the real world. Won Oscars for Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Effects Editing, and Best Editing, plus a special Achievement Award for animation direction; received 3 additional nominations including Best Cinematography. Won the Hugo for Best Dramatic Presentation.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mel Blanc
30-May-1908 10-Jul-1989 Man of 1,000 Voices
Betsy Brantley
20-Sep-1955   Shock Treatment
Pat Buttram
19-Jun-1915 8-Jan-1994 Mr. Haney on Green Acres
Joanna Cassidy
2-Aug-1945   Snake-charmer in Blade Runner
Jim Cummings
3-Nov-1952   Prolific voice actor
June Foray
18-Sep-1917   Voice of Rocky the Squirrel
Bob Hoskins
26-Oct-1942 29-Apr-2014 Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Amy Irving
10-Sep-1953   Carrie and Yentl
Stubby Kaye
11-Nov-1918 14-Dec-1997 Guys and Dolls
David L. Lander
22-Jun-1947   Squiggy on Laverne & Shirley
Christopher Lloyd
22-Oct-1938   Jim Ignatowski on Taxi
Joel Silver
Film/TV Producer
14-Jul-1952   Producer, The Matrix
Frank Sinatra
12-Dec-1915 14-May-1998 It's Frank's world, we just live in it
Russi Taylor
4-May-1944   Voice of Minnie Mouse
Kathleen Turner
19-Jun-1954   Romancing the Stone
April Winchell
4-Jan-1960   Voice of Clarabelle Cow


Bob Hoskins   ...   Eddie Valiant
Christopher Lloyd   ...   Judge Doom
Charles Fleischer   ...   Roger Rabbit
Stubby Kaye   ...   Marvin Acme
Joanna Cassidy   ...   Dolores
Alan Tilvern   ...   R. K. Maroon
Richard Le Parmentier   ...   Lt. Santino
Morgan Deare   ...   Editor
Lou Hirsch   ...   Baby Herman
Charles Fleischer   ...   Benny the Cab
Betsy Brantley   ...   Jessica's Performance Model
Joel Silver   ...   Raoul (Director)
Paul Springer   ...   Augie
Richard Ridings   ...   Angelo
Edwin Craig   ...   Arthritic Cowboy
Lindsay Holiday   ...   Soldier
Mike Edmonds   ...   Stretch
Danny Capri   ...   Kid #1
Christopher Hollosy   ...   Kid #2
John-Paul Sipla   ...   Kid #3
Laura Frances   ...   Blonde Starlet
Joel Cutrara   ...   Forensic #1
Billy J. Mitchell   ...   Forensic #2
Eric B. Sindon   ...   Mailman
Ed Herlihy   ...   Newscaster
James O'Connell   ...   Conductor
Eugene Guirterrez   ...   Teddy Valiant
April Winchell   ...   Mrs. Herman
Morgan Deare   ...   Gorilla
Mae Questel   ...   Betty Boop
Mel Blanc   ...   Daffy Duck
Tony Anselmo   ...   Donald Duck
Mary T. Radford   ...   Hippo
Joe Alaskey   ...   Yosemite Sam
David L. Lander   ...   Smart Ass
Charles Fleischer   ...   Greasy
Charles Fleischer   ...   Psycho
Fred Newman   ...   Stupid
June Foray   ...   Wheezy
Russi Taylor   ...   Birds
Les Perkins   ...   Toad
Richard Williams   ...   Droopy
June Foray   ...   Lena Hyena
Mel Blanc   ...   Tweety Bird
Mel Blanc   ...   Bugs Bunny
Wayne Allwine   ...   Mickey Mouse
Pat Buttram   ...   Bullet #1
Jim Cummings   ...   Bullet #2
Jim Gallant   ...   Bullet #3
Frank Sinatra   ...   Singing Sword
Russi Taylor   ...   Minnie Mouse
Tony Pope   ...   Goofy
Peter Westy   ...   Pinocchio
Mel Blanc   ...   Sylvester
Cherry Davis   ...   Woody Woodpecker
Tony Pope   ...   Wolf
Mel Blanc   ...   Porky Pig


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