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 Post Posted: Mon Sep 13, 2004 3:59 pm 
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The radbags saw "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" for the umpteenth time.(We are a Toon family, as well as a Python family.) For anyone who hasn't seen it, it's a mix of live action and animation, made in the late '80s before computer animation. Great silliness! Humans and Toons co-existing (or trying to) in a crazy world that's every kid's dream (and a lot of adults', too.) I recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen it yet and likes their world warped, silly and turned upside down.<hr noshade size="1">

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 Post Posted: Mon Sep 13, 2004 8:00 pm 
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Its been way too long since I've seen that movie, its full title is "Who framed Roger Rabbit?" It is hysterical, and I need to see it again, because, I Really don't remember much of it.


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Like many toons, this one has its profundities! Eddie, the private eye, asks gorgeous Jessica what she saw in her husband, Roger Rabbit. She says, "He makes me laugh." <hr noshade size="1">

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Terry Gilliam was asked to direct it...I'm not sure why he turned it down though.

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I love that movie! [:D] and I don't know if anyone else agrees with me, but even I found Jessica Rabbit to be a total babe.


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I liked Roger Rabbit, and Jessica ain't got nothing on Betty Boop! [:D]

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It's also one of the few times (if not the ONLY one) that characters from WB and Disney appeared together.... The piano fight scene with Donald and Duffy is fantastic...


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I want to know can you actually laugh yourself to death???? And has anyone ever tried to make "the dip". I need to watch it again to find the ingredients so i can have a go.


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 Post Posted: Tue Oct 19, 2004 9:34 pm 
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Why would you even want to attempt to make "dip", cartoons are one of lifes greatest pleasures (besides Monty Python)and you want to make dip?! I believe we should excomunicate God from this Monty Python forum (J/K [;)])


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Im not gonna dip any cartoons, i just wants to make some!


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It wouldn't be in GOD's nature to dip cartoon characters into dip. If he ever did, I'd make sure that he got the proper punishment, which would be...the COMFY CHAIR!


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