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Roger Rabbit

  • MEDIUM: Original Storyboard Drawing (China Marker Over Blue Pencil)
  • PRODUCTION: Tummy Trouble,1989 (Disney/Amblin)
  • IMAGE SIZE:  11" h x 8.5"w 
  • ARTIST: Bill Kopp 
  • FRAMING: Framing included in Pricing

ABOUT THE MEDIUM: Original Storyboard Drawings show what’s moving in each shot, and in which direction, so that the production team is crystal clear on the desired end result, which is exactly what a professional storyboard should do.

Here's an early storyboard from this wild spin-off short from Who Framed Roger Rabbit, with art by one of the credited writers, Bill Kopp.  "Uncle Roger will take care of you, and everything's going to be just fine... not like LAST TIME!" says Baby Herman's mother as she leaves him in Roger Rabbit's care

 Having a Storyboard from one of your favorite movies or short film's is a great collector's piece! Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity!

ABOUT THE CHARACTER: Roger Rabbit is the titular deuteragonist of the 1988 hybrid feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit and the main protagonist of the short films and comics spun off from it. Roger is the titular anthropomorphic rabbit of the film, a frantic, over-anxious type who sometimes stutters (even while he is screaming). He is also based on the most famous cartoon characters who were popular during the Golden Age of Hollywood animation.

ABOUT THE PRODUCTION: Tummy Trouble is a 1989 short, starring Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman, that was shown before the feature, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.
This is the first of three animated Roger Rabbit shorts, produced after the 1988 Touchstone Pictures film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It was made by Walt Disney Pictures and Amblin Entertainment.