See an early, overalls-free design of Roger (voiced here by Paul Reubens), and a human-cartoon interaction test with a Jessica Rabbit so crudely sketched you'll barely start masturbating to her, in these rarely-seen, decades-old preliminary pencil tests from the 1988 noir-comedy Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The stuttering voice of Pee-wee emerging from Roger isn't so bad, but I don't know about this nascent, thinner design of Bob Hoskins:
Hard to believe it's been two dozen years since Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Where does the time go? Outside of all the time spent trying to freeze-frame the part on the laserdisc where you see Jessica Rabbit's V.
That's now an attainable goal in your life. Well done, YouTube user stevefalz--though, as usual, I'm not entirely sure why done.
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After the breakout success of their quickly-spread "this movie is mediocre to bad and, amazingly, needs more Channing Tatum" campaign, Paramount has begun an all-new viral marketing game for their long-delayed G.I. Joe: Retaliation. As you can see from the above banner, this on... / Continue →