Who Framed Roger Rabbit
“Toon” in for a good time as Roger, an animated rabbit with big feet, long ears and a polka-dot tie, enlists the help of a second-rate gumshoe in an adventure that has murder, mayhem, and lots of fun! Roger thinks his wife is two-timing him, but he uncovers something much more menacing in this 1940s Hollywood adventure.
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“Surprises and treasures at every turn.”
– Sheila Benson, LOS ANGELES TIMES
“It’s a sight you won’t want to miss. Let us be grateful for a summer movie like no other.”
– David Ansen, NEWSWEEK
“**** Sheer enchanted entertainment from the first frame to the last. More than funny, it’s exhilarating.”
– Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
“Sound the trumpets. Here is historic hot ziggety entertainment.”
– Peter Travers, PEOPLE MAGAINE
You may remember the subplot of the movie is the destruction of the Red Car Rail Lines in Los Angeles. The LA Metro Executive Officer of Transportation Development will introduce the movie by providing a brief historical context and visionary scope of railroads in LA.