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Roger Rabbit sets out to clear his name with the help of private eye Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) following the murder of Toontown, Los Angeles’ owner, Marvin Acme in this beloved CHINATOWN-inspired animated comedy. Following a paper trail of sales to the mysterious Cloverleaf Industries, including control of the city’s Pacific Electric red car line, Eddie traces the crime to none other than Toontown’s dastardly Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd).
DISTRIBUTOR: Walt Disney Studios
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