History Film / WhoFramedRogerRabbit

7th Dec '16 7:02:19 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* StillGotIt: BettyBoop.

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* StillGotIt: BettyBoop.WesternAnimation/BettyBoop.
4th Dec '16 10:30:16 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: The Cloverleaf plot is based on a real-life urban legend that General Motors bought the Los Angeles Red Car Trolley system to shut it down. The Bradford-Snell conspiracy theory has been thoroughly debunked; GM didn't buy up the Red Cars until years after they had been converted to a bus system due to problems with funding maintenance and expansion.

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: The Cloverleaf plot is based on a real-life urban legend that General Motors bought the Los Angeles Red Car Trolley system to shut it down. The Bradford-Snell conspiracy theory has been thoroughly debunked; GM didn't buy up the Red Cars until years after they had been converted to a bus system due to problems with funding maintenance and expansion.expansion (they actually [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Motors_streetcar_conspiracy were convicted of conspiracy]] related to the affair, but not for that reason).
29th Nov '16 5:36:48 PM TomServo
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** Basically all the big name characters of the "Golden Age" made it in this movie, at least for a cameo. Fleischer studios is represented by Betty Boop and a quick cameo from Koko the Clown. Walter Lantz Studios is represented by its biggest star, Woody Woodpecker. MGM Studios loaned out Droopy. The only studio without any characters included was Terrytoons. As huge as this cast is, there were plans for even more- the Popeye characters, Felix the Cat and Tom & Jerry weren't included because of rights issues.
29th Nov '16 11:55:18 AM darkchiefy
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* NewspaperBackstory: As Eddie Valiant mourns his late brother Teddy, the camera pans over Teddy's scrapbook, which contains newspaper clippings of their cases involving Toons.
28th Nov '16 5:19:29 AM tropeminer
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* MeaningfulEcho: Roger is seen entertaining the bar patrons with an improvised song and dance routine to "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" (aka the ''Looney Tunes'' theme) with a few of the lyrics made about Eddie. Later, during the climactic fight in the Acme warehouse, Eddie foils the weasels by and doing an improvised routine to the same song with some of his lyrics made about Roger. This may show not only that Eddie is getting his sense of humor back, but also how he's warmed up to Roger over the course of the movie. On top of that Roger's version may double as foreshadowing.

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* MeaningfulEcho: Roger is seen entertaining the bar patrons with an improvised song and dance routine to "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" (aka the ''Looney Tunes'' theme) with a few of the lyrics made about Eddie. Later, during the climactic fight in the Acme warehouse, Eddie foils [[spoiler:foils the weasels weasels]] by and doing an improvised routine to the same song with some of his lyrics made about Roger. This may show not only that Eddie is getting his sense of humor back, but also how he's warmed up to Roger over the course of the movie. On top of that Roger's version may double as foreshadowing.
28th Nov '16 5:16:31 AM tropeminer
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* FlatWhat: Eddie says this when he is first informed that Marvin Acme was killed by, supposedly, a rabbit.

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* FlatWhat: Eddie says this when he is first informed that Marvin Acme was killed by, supposedly, a cartoon rabbit.



* {{Malaproper}}: The leader of the weasels.

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* {{Malaproper}}: The Smart Ass, the leader of the weasels.



-->'''Roger''': ''"My buddy's Eddie V, a sourpuss you see, but when I'm done he'll need no gun, to the joker he will be."''
-->'''Eddie''': ''"Now Roger is his name, laughter is his game, come on you dope untie his rope and watch him go insane."''

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-->'''Roger''': ''"My buddy's Eddie V, a sourpuss you see, but when I'm done done, he'll need no gun, to the joker he will be."''
-->'''Eddie''': ''"Now Roger is his name, laughter is his game, come on you dope dope, untie his rope rope, and watch him go insane."''



* QuestioningTitle: Only ''without a question mark'' (apparently, it is considered bad luck to have a question mark in a QuestioningTitle).

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* QuestioningTitle: Only ''without a question mark'' (apparently, in the film industry, it is considered bad luck to have a question mark even in a QuestioningTitle).Questioning Title).
27th Nov '16 5:46:20 PM E1craZ4life
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** "You're killin' 'em! You're slayin' 'em! You're knockin' 'em dead!"
27th Nov '16 4:37:59 AM Gosicrystal
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* SymbolicBlood: The poor unfortunate red shoe dissolves into a puddle of red paint when dipped by Judge Doom. Naturally Doom ends up with this red paint all over his hand

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* SymbolicBlood: The poor unfortunate red shoe dissolves into a puddle of red paint when dipped by Judge Doom. Naturally Doom ends up with this red paint all over his handhand.


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20th Nov '16 6:36:15 PM darkchiefy
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* TuftOfHeadFur: Roger Rabbit has a tuft of red hair on his head that is different from the white fur over the rest of his body.
20th Nov '16 8:56:17 AM ectostar
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* ToonTown: The {{Trope Namer|s}} (or TropeCodifier, depending on [[Literature/WhoCensoredRogerRabbit how you look at it...]])

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* ToonTown: The {{Trope Namer|s}} TropeNamer (or TropeCodifier, depending on [[Literature/WhoCensoredRogerRabbit how you look at it...]])
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