Roger Rabbit's Toontown

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

  • . The down-and-out, underpaid fantasy-toon players must live in a segregated ghetto named "Toontown" as victims of human bigotry
  • . Maroon presents Valiant with the latest issue of The Toontown Gossip , and Valiant reads part of the front-page article outloud
  • . I don't work Toontown
  • . Maroon: What's wrong with Toontown? Every Joe loves Toontown
  • . You don't wanna go to Toontown, you don't have to go to Toontown
  • . Nobody said you had to go to Toontown, anyway...The rabbit's wife sings at a joint called The Ink & Paint Club
  • . Earlier in Valiant's life, things were darkened when, as a private eye dedicated to working for Toons, his brother was killed by a falling piano in Toontown
  • . Eddie has had a long-standing grudge against Toons and against venturing into Toontown ever since
  • . No hard feelings.." Valiant looks down at his spotless shirt - he already knows the silly geezer with the urge to play practical jokes: "Marvin Acme, the guy that owns Toontown - the Gag King." [Acme had bought Toontown with the fortune he had made selling gags and novelties to the cartoon studios.] Acme responds: "If it's Acme, it's a gasser." To disperse hard feelings, Acme shakes Eddie's hand - with an electric hand buzzer that shocks Eddie all the way up his arm

    TV Guide Online: Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  • . Disdainfully referred to as "Toons" by humans, the cartoon characters are underpaid by human standards and are forced to live in a segregated ghetto known as Toontown
  • . As the plot thickens, however, Roger begins to grow on Eddie and the pair team up to solve the mystery of Toontown, battling the sinister Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd) in the process

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  • . The Toons live in Toontown, a completely animated world where the climax of the movie takes place, but most of the time, they hang out in a version of Hollywood that looks like it was borrowed from a 1940s pri vate-eye movie

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    Bonkers FanFic
  • . Has toontown's favorite animated cop gone bad for good? #204: A Halloween "special"
  • . A surprising twist occurs in the hunt for the toontown vigilante
  • . Can Grating and Bonkers work together to crack the case before it's too late? #206: He just wanted to make Toontown better for out of work comedic toons
  • . #604: Armed with The Pen, Negaduck has done the unthinkable- fused the members of the Syndicate with those of Fat Cat's gang! Now, he's penciling himself in as the ONLY game in Toontown, trapping Bonkers and pals in a rapidly vanishing Toontown! Can they get out in time to save toondom as we know it? #605: After stopping Megaduck (or have they?), our heroes find themselves in a very different Hollywood- a Hollywood where Pinky and the Brain RULE THE AIRWAVES! Unfortunately for everyone, Flaps the Elephant has different ideas about who should rule, and ends up turning Bonkers' whole life into a TV show! Now Lt

    Mr. Heitman's Wonderful World of Disney
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    CBUB Fights: Bugs Bunny vs. Mickey Mouse
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    Turf War in ToonTown ISSUE #33 ISSUE #176 ISSUE #154 ISSUE #71 ISSUE #160 THE SCENARIO "So..
  • . The Bunyip writes: This battle has been set in Toontown, so there's absolutely no question that Bugs and the Looney Toons will Kick A$$ and leave little mouse pieces all over the city

    WWWF Grudge Match
  • . This match is obviously occurring in California(Toontown, right outside L.A.), but the courts are holding up Prop 209, so "this little black duck" will have the force of legal preferences on his side, insuring victory

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