Maroon Cartoons is a fictional animation feature production studio located in Los Angeles, California from the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It is owned and operated by studio executive R.K. Maroon and produces hundreds of cartoon features daily. Among their most popular cartoons made are shorts starring Baby Herman and his costars Roger and Jessica Rabbit. It is one of the most venerated production facilities in Hollywood and is well connected with the industry's top studios (i.e., Disney, Warner Bros, etc.). It employs hundreds of people as well as animated characters.
Maroon once tried to sell the studio to Cloverleaf Industries in what was considered one of the biggest real-estate deals in California history. Cloverleaf, however, hatched a scheme to profit from monopolizing transportation in Los Angeles. They attempted to acquire and dismantle the Red Car Trolly Line and the property of Toontown to build a freeway over it. However, once Marvin Acme's will was successfully retrieved, Toontown was safe from demolition.