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The Cast Of Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Roger Rabbit, cast

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is one of the most iconic films of the late 1980s, but who starred in its cast? Based on the 1981 novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? by Gary K. Wolf, the film blends together the aspects of traditional live-action and 2D animation.

In this post, we’re going to explore the cast of this well-known film.

Live-Action Cast Of Who Framed Roger Rabbit

  • Bob Hoskins was Eddie Valiant
  • Christopher Lloyd is Judge Doom
  • Stubby Kaye was Marvin Acme
  • Joanna Cassidy is Dolores
  • Alan Tilvern was R.K. Maroon
  • Richard Le Parmentier was Lt. Santino
  • Richard Ridings is Angelo
  • Joel Silver is Raoul
  • Paul Springer is Augie
  • Mike Edmonds is Stretch
  • Betsy Brantley is the performance model for Jessica Rabbit
  • Morgan Deare is an Editor

Voice Cast

  • Charles Fleischer is Roger Rabbit, Benny the Cab, Greasy and Psycho
  • Kathleen Turner and Amy Irving as the speaking and singing voices of Jessica Rabbit
  • Lou Hirsh is Baby Herman
  • Davis L. Lander was Smart Ass
  • Fred Newman is Stupid, a dumb weasel
  • June Foray was Wheezy and Lena Hyena
  • Mel Blanc was Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird and Sylvester
  • Joe Alaskey was Yosemite Sam
  • Wayne Allwin was Mickey Mouse
  • Tony Anselmo is Donald Duck
  • Tony Pope was Goofy and the Big Bad Wolf
  • Mae Questel was Betty Boop
  • Russi Taylor was Minnie Mouse and The Hummingbirds (from Song of the South)
  • Pat Buttram, Jim Cummings and Jimmy Gallant as Eddie’s toon bullets
  • Les Perkins as Mr Toad (from The Adventures of Ichabod and and Mr Toad)
  • Mary T. Radford as Hyacinth Hippo (from Fantasia)
  • Nancy Cartwright is a Toon Shoe
  • Cherry Davis is Woody Woodpecker
  • Morgan Deare is Bongo the Gorilla
  • Peter Westy was Pinocchio
  • Frank Welker is Dumbo
  • Richard Williams was Droopy
  • April Winchell is Mrs Herman and Baby Herman’s noises
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