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Cameos
Many recognizable Toons
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More Toons
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Still more Toons
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Tweety
Eddie Valiant's hand next to Tweety
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Piano Duel
Who Framed Roger Rabbit marks the first (and so far the only) time in animation history that Donald Duck and his Warner Bros Rival (and counterpart), Daffy Duck have appeared on screen together.
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All the Toon characters on this list have either appeared physically or in another form in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. These characters had all appeared in either film or cartoon shorts made by various studios, presented here.

Note: This list does not contain the characters mentioned in the film or the character cameos from the Roger Rabbit shorts: Tummy Trouble, Roller Coaster Rabbit and Trail Mix-Up.

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Warner Bros.

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit marks the first (and so far, the only) time in animation history that Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny have appeared on screen together
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MGM

Paramount Pictures/Fleischer/Famous Studios

Universal Studios/Walter Lantz

20th Century Fox/Terrytoons

King Features Syndicate/Pat Sullivan

Al Capp

Deleted/Unused Characters

Many additional characters were planned, or at least considered, for inclusion in the film but ultimately omitted due to legal issues and/or production limitations. Others managed to make it into the final film, but were cut out or replaced later on during production and development.

Walt Disney

Warner Bros.

MGM

Paramount Pictures/Fleischer/Famous Studios

20th Century Fox/Terrytoons

Columbia Pictures/Screen Gems

Special Edition DVD Cameos

Numerous characters that did not make cameos in the film made a few cameos on the menus of the Special Edition DVD.

Note: most can be seen in the 2nd disk.

(*) Denotes anachronisms; these characters (or, in the cases of characters such as Tinker Bell, the animated versions of them that appear in the film and Marvin the Martian) were created after 1947. But as screenplay writer Peter S. Seaman said, "The aim was entertainment, not animation history." It also has been argued that the characters may have "existed" in the setting before being "discovered" and featured in real productions.

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