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    Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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    From Down in Front at FriendsInYourHead.com:

    Hooray, we slipped in a little Roger Rabbit commentary into the proceedings!

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    They couldn’t figure out a plot, and they were like, … ‘Chinatown! There’s a sequel that they’re never gonna make … about the roads! Let’s just steal the plot for the third Chinatown movie!’ — Down in Front,
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? @0:23:18

    It’s considered bad luck to put a question mark in a movie title. I gotta wonder where that came from. Star Wars. [laughter] Star Wars? — Down in Front,
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? @0:28:24

    They also wanted Bill Murray for Eddie Valiant, but they couldn’t get ahold of him. And he didn’t even know … for like 20 years. … He read that … and he screamed [laughter] because he totally would’ve done it. — Down in Front,
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? @0:37:55

    This dip truck, I’ve always thought was awesome. They have the dip truck … at Toontown. … Well, that seems just dangerous. [laughter] You can’t just leave that sitting around. — Down in Front,
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? @1:26:00

    Christopher Lloyd still amazes me as an actor after having seen him in person and— Brian, do an impression of Christopher Lloyd in person.hrmsisis isd dlkjs mmehaisshssis. — Down in Front,
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? @1:36:53

    [re: Frank Oz's opinion of The Muppets] Do you think the groupies for the Rolling Stones respect the Rolling Stones? No, they just want to say they blew the Rolling Stones. That’s what The Muppets is. — Down in Front,
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? @1:49:34