Roger Rabbit is the titular character in the 1988 Disney Film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and the main character for its spin-off short films and comics. Roger is an anthropomorphic cartoon rabbit, a frantic over-anxious type prone to stuttering. He is voiced by Charles Fleischer.
In the film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", he is hyperactive, talkative, friendly, funny and a bit child-like and dim. Roger loves to make others laugh and is generally good friends with many other Toons. However, despite his traditionally cartoonish behavior, Roger is aware of who and what he is; that as a Toon, Roger's entire life is centered on entertaining others and making them laugh. Roger Rabbit is married to the surprising Jessica Rabbit: a tall, slender, sultry and beautiful cartoon human Toon that works as a singer at a night club. In the film, Roger is framed for the murder of Marvin Acme, CEO of ACME and seeks the help of detective Eddie Valiant to clear his name.
Roger Rabbit appears again in the 1988 NBC special "Mickey's 60th Birthday" where he takes part in Mickey Mouse's birthday party. Following the popularity of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", Roger appeared in three animated shorts: "Tummy Trouble", "Rollercoaster Rabbit" and "Trail Mix-Up". These shorts were placed before the beginning of various Touchstone/Disney films in an attempt to revive animated shorts as part of the moviegoing experience.
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