Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) Trailer

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1988 - Trailer

Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1988  Trailer
Year: 1988
Genres: Mystery, Fantasy, Comedy, Adventure, Crime, Family, Animation
Type: Trailers
Duration: 3M8S
Cast: Frank Welker, Joanna Cassidy, Christopher Lloyd, Tina Simmons, Derek Lyons, Charles Fleischer, Jack Angel, Jim Cummings, Amy Irving, Edwin Craig, Kathleen Turner, Tony Pope, Alan Tilvern, Fred Newman, David L. Lander, Richard Ridings, Mike Edmonds, Sadie Corre, Peter Ross-Murray, Mikul Robins, Joel Cutrara, Philip O'Brien, Cherry Davis, Joe Alaskey, Bill Farmer, Christine Hewett, Mickie McGowan, Nancy Cartwright, Lindsay Holiday, Billy J. Mitchell
Director(s): Robert Zemeckis

Trailer: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

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

It's 1947 Hollywood and Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins, Mona Lisa) a down-on-his-luck detective, is hired to find proof that Marvin Acme, gag factory mogul and owner of Toontown, is playing hanky-panky with femme fatale Jessica Rabbit (Voice from Kathleen Turner, Romancing the Stone), wife of Maroon Cartoon superstar, Roger Rabbit (Voice from Charles Fleischer, A Nightmare on Elm Street). When Acme is found murdered, all fingers point to Roger, and the sinister, power-hungry Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd, Back to the Future) is on a mission to bring Roger to justice. Roger begs the Toon-hating Valiant to find the real evildoer and the plot thickens as Eddie uncovers scandal after scandal and realizes the very existence of Toontown is at stake! via Tue Nguyen

Synopsis:

'Toon star Roger is worried that his wife Jessica is playing pattycake with someone else, so the studio hires detective Eddie Valiant to snoop on her. But the stakes are quickly raised when Marvin Acme is found dead and Roger is the prime suspect. Groundbreaking interaction between the live and animated characters, and lots of references to classic animation.