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Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Starring: Joanna Cassidy, Charles Fleischer, Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Category: Comedy, Animation
Studio: Disney / Buena Vista
103 mins



Received 4 Acadamy Awards!

Once in a generation a film like this comes along. Now Touchstone Pictures, Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis have teamed to give us Who Framed Roger Rabit, a four-time Acadamy Award winner that's already a contemperary classic.

Who Framed Roger Rabit is a tale of a man, a woman, and a rabbit in a triangle of trouble. It's a world where laughing can be dangerous, romance can be hilarious, and Toons and people live side by side. It's a wonderful place you'll want to visit again and again.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The Chemistry is magic. The effects are astonishing. And the film is unforgettable!


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