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Censorship
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Censorship

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is a animated/live action movie that was made by Tombstone and was released on June 22, 1988. When the laser disc came out people noticed a number of scenes that had nudity. Disney eventually would rerelease the film removing those scenes. It is censored in the streaming platform Disney+.

Censorship[]

International Censorship[]

  • The scene that shows Baby Herman walking under a woman’s dress was modified for the Disney+ release. In the Disney+ version, Herman’s middle finger was digitally removed. (This edit exists on DVD's)
  • The scene that shows Betty Boop’s dress falling below her breasts was modified for the Disney+ release. In the Disney+ version, the animation on Betty Boop’s dress freezes for a frame. (This edit exists on DVD's)
  • The scene that shows scene Benny the Cab crashing was modified for the Disney+ release. In the Disney+ version, Jessica Rabbit’s dress covers her underwear. (This edit exists on DVD's)
  • An often censored line is when Donald says to Daffy, "doggone stubborn little..." This is due to complaints that Donald's unintelligible "duck voice" makes it sounds like he's saying "g*dd*mn" and the N-word.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The laser disc is uncensored.

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