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Who Censored Roger Rabbit? (Roger Rabbit, #1) by Gary K. Wolf

“Who’d want to kill a dumb cartoon bunny?”

That’s what Eddie Valiant wants to know. He’s the toughest private eye in Los Angeles, and he’ll handle anything – if you’re human. If you’re a Toon, that’s another story.

Eddie doesn’t like Toons – those cartoon characters who live side-by-side with humans. Not the way they look, and especially not the way they talk: word-filled balloons come out of their mouths and then disintegrate, leaving dust all over his rug.

Eddie will work for a Toon if his cash supply is low enough. So he reluctantly agrees when Roger Rabbit, a Toon who plays straight man (or should that be straight rabbit) in the Baby Herman cartoon series, asks him to find out who’s been trying – unsuccessfully – to buy his contract from the DeGreasy Brothers syndicate.

Then Rocco DeGreasy is murdered – and Roger is the prime suspect! The rabbit is also, as Eddie soon discovers, very, very dead.

Who censored Roger Rabbit? And who shot Rocco DeGreasy? Was it Roger, or was it Rocco’s hot-cha-cha girlfriend, Jessica Rabbit? Why had Jessica – a pretty steamy number for a Toon – ever married a dopey bunny in the first place? And why does everybody want Roger’s battered old teakettle?

As Eddie combs L.A. from the executive suites of the DeGreasy Brothers to Sid Sleaze’s porno comic studio, he uncovers art thefts, blackmail plots... and the cagiest killer he’s ever faced.

In Who Censored Roger Rabbit?, author Gary K. Wolf has created a wonderfully skewed – and totally believable – world compounded of equal parts Raymond Chandler, Lewis Carroll, and Warner Brothers. This riotously surreal spoof of the hard-boiled detective novel is packed with action and laughs. From first page to last, Who Censored Roger Rabbit? is shear delight.

Celebrated author Gary K. Wolf’s cult classic and highly praised novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? is the basis for the blockbuster Walt Disney/Steven Spielberg Academy Award winning film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
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Tracks/Heckle and Jeckle[edit]. I was stopped in my tracks and lost at "wearing a beat-up fedora under a craggy face". One has to listen to what one is writing.
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit characters

I was stopped in my tracks and lost at "wearing a beat-up fedora under a craggy face". One has to listen to what one is writing and pay attention, if people are to read it. Many people have gotten them confused with the crows in the background playing the instruments while Jesscia Rabbit was preforming. Those were the crows from the film Dumbo. They are two randomly picked crows that were playing the instruments when Jesscia Rabbit was signing. They did however appear in the original screenplay comforting each other over Marvin Acme's funeral. But they did not appear in the film.

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Roger Rabbit is a fictional animated anthropomorphic rabbit character. The character first appeared in author Gary K. Wolf 's novel, Who Censored Roger Rabbit? In the book, Roger is a second-banana in popular comic strip , " Baby Herman ". Roger hires private detective Eddie Valiant to investigate why his employers, the DeGreasy Brothers, have reneged on their promise to give Roger his own strip.

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Characters of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Each spoiler in the Mastermind's entry will remain unmarked. You Have Been Warned. Grizzled ex-cop and Private Detective who slipped into alcoholism and developed a bitter antipathy against toons after his brother Teddy was murdered by one while investigating a case in Toontown. He is hired to take some "dirty pictures" about Jessica Rabbit's "affair" with Marvin Acme, but is pulled into the murder investigation against his will after Acme gets murdered and Jessica's husband, Roger is framed for it.

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  2. Dillan Z. says:

    Characters from the film and related material of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. For cameos, see Category:Who Framed Roger Rabbit cameos.

  3. Tioditesing says:

    All the Toon characters on this list have either appeared physically or in another form in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. These characters had either appeared in.

  4. Tom R. says:

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit is a American live-action/animated comedy film directed by . The main characters of the film are Roger Rabbit, a cartoon rabbit, his cartoon-human wife, Jessica, and human detective Eddie Valiant and Toon.

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