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WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT
7 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 26
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" is set in a place rather like the Hollywood of 1947.
But there is a crucial difference.
On its outskirts is Toontown, a ghetto inhabited by oppressed (and zany) cartoon characters.
Some of these "toons" wait tables or perform at the Ink and Paint Club, which has a restricted, humans-only clientele. Others show up at Maroon Studios to appear in cartoon films.
One Maroon Toon is Roger Rabbit, a floppy-eared, anything-for-a-laugh bunny in a polka-dot bow tie. When Roger is framed for murder, he seeks the help of …