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Fun Facts on Who Framed Roger Rabbit

  • Producer Steven Spielberg originally wanted Harrison Ford to play Eddie Valiant. His price was too high for the budget.
  • The movie is based on the 1981 Gary K. Wolf book Who Censored Roger Rabbit.
  • Voice acting legends Mel Blanc and Clarence Nash, are credited with roles on the film.
  • The film broke the record for having the longest end credits sequence.
  • The movie has over 150 preexisting animated characters on screen.
  • Charles Fleischer dressed up in a Roger Rabbit suit during shooting and delivered all his lines with Hoskins during filming.
  • Christopher Lloyd did not blink on-screen when filmed as Judge Doom.
  • The film won four academy awards at the 1989 Academy Awards.

You can learn more about Who Framed Roger Rabbit by reading Bill’s article on the history of the film.