Top 23 Who Framed Roger Rabbit Movie Facts

Following is our collection of Who Framed Roger Rabbit facts. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of Who Framed Roger Rabbit film message.

Judge Doom is said to have created Dip, the only substance that can kill a cartoon. He later says the ingredients are turpentine, acetone, and benzene. These are all ingredients used to clean ink off animation slates after drawing frames.

Part of the agreement for Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse to appear in the movie was that they get equal screentime but in the scene when Eddie is leaving Maroon Cartoon Studios, Bugs appears briefly and almost unnoticeably.
Part of the agreement for Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse to appear in the movie was that they get equal screentime but in the scene when Eddie is leaving Maroon Cartoon Studios, Bugs appears briefly and almost unnoticeably.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit Trivia

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  1. : In the club scene Donald Duck and Daffy Duck are Dueling on Piano. This is the first time These two characters have ever been seen on screen together. 29 years later, it remains the only time.

  2. Jessica tells Roger "I've loved you more than any woman's ever loved a rabbit", in reference to the popular vibrator invented in the 80s.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit Easter Eggs

Hidden objects, characters, easter eggs, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • When a train passes through Toontown, each window shows a different murder or death taking place (if viewed frame-by-frame

  • 1 - There is an Alice in Wonderland reference in the background of the Men's Bathroom.
    There is an Alice in Wonderland reference in the background of the Men's Bathroom.
  • 1 - A terrifying secret was supposed to be revealed by Judge Doom to Eddie as a morbid joke that he was the hunter that killed Bambi's mother. It shows that Doom is more diranged then pychopathic. They thought it might be to dark for joke so they decided to keep it out
    A terrifying secret was supposed to be revealed by Judge Doom to Eddie as a morbid joke that he was the hunter that killed Bambi's mother. It shows that Doom is more diranged then pychopathic. They thought it might be to dark for joke so they decided to keep it out
  • 1 - According to Lt. Santino in Who Framed Roger Rabbit(1988) The dip is made of a mixture of various chemicals that are all paint thinners.
    According to Lt. Santino in Who Framed Roger Rabbit(1988) The dip is made of a mixture of various chemicals that are all paint thinners.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit Hidden Details

1 - . Roger looks at a photo of himself and Jessica at 'The Brown Derby'. Not only are Roger and Mickey Mouse included in the famous caricatures, but also Steven Spielberg who was one of the movie's producers.
. Roger looks at a photo of himself and Jessica at 'The Brown Derby'. Not only are Roger and Mickey Mouse included in the famous caricatures, but also Steven Spielberg who was one of the movie's producers.

The logo for Cloverleaf subtly foreshadows the freeway conspiracy plot.

Valiant finally attacked Angelo not due to all the taunting, but because his laugh reminded him of the toon that killed his brother.

1 - Judge Doom leaves the weasels for a bit (to die from laughing) to put his fake human eye back in after slipping, falling, and knocking it out. It goes unnoticed because he lands in a pile of ACME eyeballs.
Judge Doom leaves the weasels for a bit (to die from laughing) to put his fake human eye back in after slipping, falling, and knocking it out. It goes unnoticed because he lands in a pile of ACME eyeballs.

Judge Doom's hand wrapped around Roger's neck expands allowing the drink to pass.

1 - Roger goes from getting preached at on a soap box to preaching on a soap box.
Roger goes from getting preached at on a soap box to preaching on a soap box.

Both Eddie Valient's and Roger's guns switch between animated and real.

During the Jessica Rabbit musical number in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988), one of the customers can be heard loudly orgasming in the background.

1 - Fast forward to the bar scene where Jessica Rabbit does her song number. When the screen pans out to show the whole stage, watch the polished catwalk in front of her. As she walks past it, her reflection is nude.
Fast forward to the bar scene where Jessica Rabbit does her song number. When the screen pans out to show the whole stage, watch the polished catwalk in front of her. As she walks past it, her reflection is nude.

After the animated scene in the kitchen, the baby spins while going between a woman's legs and pokes his finger up her skirt.

1 - The shoe in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) was voiced by a relatively unknown at the time Nancy Cartwright, who the next year was cast to voice Bart Simpson.
The shoe in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) was voiced by a relatively unknown at the time Nancy Cartwright, who the next year was cast to voice Bart Simpson.

During Jessica's Rabbit's sensual song, Bob Hoskins asks "She's Married to Roger Rabbit?" to which Betty Boop responds "Yeah.....what a lucky girl" implying that Roger in the toon world is considered handsome and highly desirable

" it is slowly revealed throughout the movie that Judge Doom, played by Christopher Lloyd, is in fact a Toon. Info in comments. Lots of pictures, but explanations for each in comments.

Roger tells Eddie Valiant "A laugh can be a very powerful thing; why sometimes in life it's the only weapon we have". This parallels how Eddie later defeats the Weasel gang unarmed by making them laugh to death.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit poster
Who Framed Roger Rabbit poster

Who Framed Roger Rabbit Plot

A toon-hating detective is a cartoon rabbit's only hope to prove his innocence when he is accused of murder.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.

Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Family, Fantasy, Mystery
Director Robert Zemeckis
Stars Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, Joanna Cassidy, Charles Fleischer
IMDB score 7.7