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Psycho Weasel Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Psycho Weasel Who Framed Roger Rabbit Entertainment Button Museum
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Psycho Weasel Who Framed Roger Rabbit button back Entertainment Button Museum
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who framed Roger Rabbit Can it wait until I've had my coffee?
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Illustration of Psycho Weasel on a purple and yellow background with black and purple text

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copyright 1987 Disney / Amblin DISTRIBUTED BY ONE STOP POSTERS

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When Who Framed Roger Rabbit was released by Disney through Touchstone Pictures in 1988, it was advertised with posters and buttons featuring characters from the film. The film centers around Roger Rabbit, a cartoon rabbit framed for murder who pairs up with a private eye to find the real murderer and clear his name. The character featured on the button is Psycho Weasel, part of a quintet of cartoon weasels sent to catch Roger Rabbit to punish him for committing murder. The film was considered by critics to be one of the best films of the year, and its inventive mixing of cartoon and live-action acting is credited with starting the Disney Renaissance.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit. (n.d.). Retrieved September 20, 2015 from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Who_Framed_Roger_Rabbit

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