amischiefofmice:

tygerbug:

The Roger Rabbit You Never Saw

Before Richard Williams directed the animation for Who Framed Roger Rabbit, there was an earlier attempt at Disney, from 1981 to 1983, to adapt Gary K. Wolf’s book “Who Censored Roger Rabbit.” Some of the scenes here are straight out of the novel. The director was Darrell Van Citters.

DVD video: John Culhane takes us behind the scenes of the unmade Darrell Van Citters version of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, 1983. With animator Mike Giamo and producer Marc Sturdivant.

Nearly 200 Images from the unmade Darrell Van Citters Roger Rabbit, 1981-1983.

Disney 1981-1983. Animators: Mike Giamo, Chris Buck, Mike Gabriel. Paul Reubens as Roger Rabbit. Peter Renaday and Mike Gabriel as Eddie Valiant. Russi Taylor as Jessica. Unknown as Captain Cleaver. Screenwriters Peter Seaman and Jeffrey Price. Producer Mark Sturdivant.

While Roger was a villain in the book, trying to solve his own murder, this Roger is a loveable goofball in white fur and red overalls - a prototype for the final film. Baby Herman is glimpsed only briefly, and Jessica Rabbit appears to be the villain of the piece. Still, this version clearly laid some groundwork for the Zemeckis/Williams production a few years later.

The prototype Roger Rabbit appears cheering in the stands in the featurette “Sport Goofy in Soccermania.”

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The Roger Rabbit You Never Saw

wow holy shit

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apricotedits:

Now you listen to me, James Hawkins. You got the makings of greatness in ya!

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beapeabear:

And that’s why they’re friends.

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allthingshyper:

the-many-fandoms-girl:

If you don’t love that skeleton you’re wrong

SKULLY WAS THE ACTUAL SHIT OKAY

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barkbarkbarkbarkbarkbarkbarkbark:

That weird 10 seconds of good animation in an episode always weirds me out.

Give whoever animated this scene a promotion.

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nedajoon:

The Best of the Worst 90s Fashion

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nicolas-px:

this still keeps me up at night 

Believe it or not, this fuck actually requested me several ideas in the past, when I was naïve and open to requests at the time. They were mostly related to the 80’s Canadian cartoon THE RACCOONS. He seems to have a fascination with characters from that cartoon either shrinking to the size of a little kid, characters growing to the size of a giant, or character with enlarged body parts (feet, hands, etc.) I’m not sure what else he asks for, but those are the common requests I’m fully aware of. I blocked him years ago, he was really getting on my nerves and his requests were asinine. From that point on, he constantly whines to shitty artists for his demands, because they’re probably the only ones who actually take requests.
Everytime I look back on him on his Deviantart page, he seems to be getting worse. Requests aside, he keeps making all these ”petitions” that demand higher respect for modern children’s programming that he possibly gets him turned on like Max and Ruby, Geronimo Stilton, and Rupert Bear…..shows aimed for preschoolers. He’s almost in his 30’s.
I should mention that he is autistic. Now I have nothing against autism, I really don’t. But the autistic people I see on DA don’t exactly give autism a good reputation, they use it as a crutch to get themselves out of an internet argument. Cyberfox is no exception.
I am actually internet friends with a couple of awesome people who are autistic, one of them is a fanfic writer and actually had to deal with Cyberfox once. CF asked for a RACCOONS fanfic that copied the plot from a FUTURAMA plot, and my friend agreed to do it….but then CF kept on asking and asking if the story was finished and would associate any recent RACCOONS fanart on DA as potential scenes for his fanfic idea.
Me and my friend both agree that both art and literature can’t be rushed for the sake of some furry douchebag. It all takes time and actual effort. My friend eventually came to the conclusion that the story was stupid and had other and better stories on his agenda. He politefully declined CF’s offer, which resulted in CF unwatching my friend.
This Scooby Doo request really takes the cake. Anyone who sees this, just stay away from him as far as possible.

 

nicolas-px:

this still keeps me up at night 

Believe it or not, this fuck actually requested me several ideas in the past, when I was naïve and open to requests at the time. They were mostly related to the 80’s Canadian cartoon THE RACCOONS. He seems to have a fascination with characters from that cartoon either shrinking to the size of a little kid, characters growing to the size of a giant, or character with enlarged body parts (feet, hands, etc.) I’m not sure what else he asks for, but those are the common requests I’m fully aware of. I blocked him years ago, he was really getting on my nerves and his requests were asinine. From that point on, he constantly whines to shitty artists for his demands, because they’re probably the only ones who actually take requests.

Everytime I look back on him on his Deviantart page, he seems to be getting worse. Requests aside, he keeps making all these ”petitions” that demand higher respect for modern children’s programming that he possibly gets him turned on like Max and Ruby, Geronimo Stilton, and Rupert Bear…..shows aimed for preschoolers. He’s almost in his 30’s.

I should mention that he is autistic. Now I have nothing against autism, I really don’t. But the autistic people I see on DA don’t exactly give autism a good reputation, they use it as a crutch to get themselves out of an internet argument. Cyberfox is no exception.

I am actually internet friends with a couple of awesome people who are autistic, one of them is a fanfic writer and actually had to deal with Cyberfox once. CF asked for a RACCOONS fanfic that copied the plot from a FUTURAMA plot, and my friend agreed to do it….but then CF kept on asking and asking if the story was finished and would associate any recent RACCOONS fanart on DA as potential scenes for his fanfic idea.

Me and my friend both agree that both art and literature can’t be rushed for the sake of some furry douchebag. It all takes time and actual effort. My friend eventually came to the conclusion that the story was stupid and had other and better stories on his agenda. He politefully declined CF’s offer, which resulted in CF unwatching my friend.

This Scooby Doo request really takes the cake. Anyone who sees this, just stay away from him as far as possible.

 

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