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Tag Archives: who framed roger rabbit
Yesterday we saw some Disney animation test footage with an early rendition of Roger Rabbit before he became the Roger Rabbit we all know and love from the movie. We also, completely coincidentally, watched the opening of Ducktales remade with … Continue reading
The movie “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” went through a couple of development cycles before landing on the final 1988 version that was a collaboration between Speilberg’s Amblin Entertainment and the Walt Disney Studios. Some new test footage from the version … Continue reading
Part of what makes Disney so magical is the attention to detail. For instance, take Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there are a ton of little references to Disney movies and TV shows. Even if you don’t know what the reference is, … Continue reading
One of the key elements of the makeover of Disneyland’s second gate is the Red Car Trolley. Inspired by the historic Pacific Electric Red Cars that criss-crossed the Los Angeles area and were featured in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the … Continue reading