This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most important films in the history of animation, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". To celebrate, here are some articles about this seminal film (all but two are from Starlog), starting with a look at the film's effects:
Here's a review of the film by Harry McCracken in the defunct animation fan magazine Animato:
And here's an article on the making of the film in Newsweek:
And here's an interview with actress Joanna Cassidy, who played Dolores:
And here's and interview with musical composer Alan Silvestri:
Here's an overview of the film:
And finally, here's an interview with director Robert Zemeckis:
I have Aspergers syndrome, and I live in Rhode Island. I'm a pretty big fan of cartoons and animation, and b-movies (mostly those from Joe Dante or Japanese studios, or the ones shown on Mystery Science Theater 3000).