"Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" is often credited with reviving Disney's Feature Animation division which had been in a huge downturn following several lackluster movies like "The Black Cauldron". A large portion of that is due to the wonderful performances of the actors who did the voices of the characters. Kathleen Turner's Jessica Rabbit complaint of "I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way." became an instant classic. Charles Fleischer's portrayal of Roger was silly and scatterbrained, but charming and sweet as well. It was a bold combination of animation and live action that had never been done on this scale. Previous movies that had actors interacting with animated characters had been limited to short sequences like the "Jolly Holiday" sequence in "Mary Poppins" and Gene Kelly's dance with Jerry the mouse in "Anchors Aweigh". The live cast featured veteran British actor Bob Hoskins as detective Eddie Valliant, who had to mime much of his performance by talking to an invisible rabbit.
"Roger Rabbit" heralded Disney's series of movies that appealed to both adults and children, and was so popular in its own right that the Studio produced three Roger Rabbit short subjects "Tummy Trouble", "Rollercoaster Rabbit", and "Trail Mix-Up".
|Roger Rabbit||Charles Fleischer|
|Jessica Rabbit||Kathleen Turner|
|Eddie Valliant||Bob Hoskins|
|Judge Doom||Christopher Lloyd|
|Marvin Acme||Stubby Kaye|
|Baby Herman||Lou Hirsch|
|Benny The Cab||Charles Fleischer|
|Jessica Rabbit (singing)||Amy Irving|
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Click on the item name or picture for detailed information about each of these Roger Rabbit Voice Autographs.
Voice of Roger Rabbit celebrity autograph.
Autograph of the sultry actress Kathleen Turner, the voice of Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, on an index card matted with a picture of Jessica from the movie.
Is it warm in here, or is it just her?
Signed publicity photo from Switching Channels.