In another scene, Baby Herman fondles a woman as he passes under her dress and there is graffiti on a wall including a plug for a brothel run by Allyson Wonderland. The scenes, which Disney animators apparently felt were virtually subliminal and could not be detected by the naked eye, caused embarrassment at the Burbank-based studio--which is known worldwide for its wholesome, family entertainment. Word of the controversy also triggered a run on the laser disc at local video outlets. Fleming said that while unnoticeable at the usual 24 frames per second, the scenes are visible when viewed frame by frame, as is possible with laser-disc players and four-head VCRs. Thousands of the discs have already been sold.
She is depicted as Roger's human toon wife in various Roger Rabbit media. Jessica is renowned as one of the most well-known sex symbols in animation. She is also well known for the quote: "I'm not bad. I'm just drawn that way.
Snopes needs your help! Learn more. Several brief, off-color jokes are allegedly hidden within the film, detectable only by viewing the film frame-by-frame on a high-quality VCR or laserdisc player. Some of these gags — if they ever indeed existed — were removed before the movie was released to the home video market. The scenes most often mentioned include the following:.
She is depicted as Roger's human toon wife in various Roger Rabbit media. Jessica is renowned as one of the most well-known sex symbols in animation. Author Gary K. Taylor would go on to provide the voice in test footage from In the novel, Jessica was an immoral, up-and-coming star, and former comic character with whom her estranged husband comic strip star Roger Rabbit became obsessed.