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Everybody knows when a Toon's in trouble, there's only one place to go: Valiant & Valiant!
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Valiant & Valiant is a fictional Private Investigation Agency featured in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It's office is located in an apartment building in Los Angeles. It is also an apartment with a kitchen and living space.

History

Eddie Valiant and his brother Theodore "Teddy" Valiant, joined the police force and graduated from the LAPD in 1925. They eventually started their own private investigation service, Valiant and Valiant, in 1934, working largely on Toon cases, such as the kidnapping of Donald Duck's nephews in 1937 or clearing Goofy of accusations of espionage in 1940.

Valiant & Valiant was reduced to just one Valiant after Teddy was killed on duty by a mysterious toon and the business began to go downhill. Eddie found it hard to cope with Teddy's death, he turned to drinking and developed a lack of trust in toons. The place became dusty and shabby with all of Teddy's things left untouched on his desk. Sometime later Eddie was be called upon to investigate a possible affair between Marvin Acme and Jessica Rabbit (wife of comedy star Roger Rabbit) by R.K. Maroon, the owner of Maroon Cartoons and Roger's boss.

Eddie wasn't pleased to doing a case involving toons but needed the money to pay of a tab at his girlfriend Dolores' bar. He hangs around Jessica's gig at the Ink and Paint Club and takes pictures of her and Acme playing patty-cake.

Later he was called in to Acme factory because Acme was killed on the very same night that Roger found out about Jessica.

Baby Herman, Roger's friend and cartoon co-star, came to tell Eddie that Roger was framed and that he should help clear his name, but Eddie refused. He also told him that Acme had left a will of their home Toontown to the toons, but it was never found.

He pulled down his bed and decided to take 40 winks, but Roger was there on the run from the Toon Patrol led by the sinister Judge Doom who were in charge of justice in Toontown.

Roger pleaded with Eddie to help him, saying he was innocent and was charged with a crime he didn't commit. Eddie managed to hide him when the Toon Patrol came to search the premises.

Later after looking over a picture of Acme and Jessica with a magnifying glass, Eddie found out that Baby Herman had been right all along about the will. It was later discovered that Acme had used disappearing-reappearing ink on the paper to write out the will which Roger had innocently used to write Jessica a love poem, so Toontown rightfully belonged to the toons.

After killing Judge Doom who was responsible for Acme's murder as well as Teddy's death, Eddie was finally now at peace and it assumed that he went back to taking toon cases and the business became successful again.

Gallery

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit Logo
Media
Films and Television: Who Framed Roger RabbitRoger Rabbit II: The Toon PlatoonMickey's 60th BirthdayTummy TroubleRoller Coaster RabbitTrail Mix-UpBonkersVideo

Music: Soundtrack
Video Games: 1988 video gameNES gameGame Boy game

Disney Parks
Roger Rabbit's Hollywood (Unbuilt)Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin

Parade: Disney Classics Parade
Firework: Remember... Dreams Come True

Characters
Toons

Film: Roger RabbitJessica RabbitBaby HermanBaby Herman's MotherBenny the CabBongo the GorillaToon BulletsSinging SwordLena HyenaToon ShoeToon PatrolSmartyGreasyWheezyPsychoStupid
Comics: SunshineNightwing
Deleted: Captain CleaverVoltaire
Other: Lenny the CabList of cameos in Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Humans
Film: Eddie ValiantDoloresR.K. MaroonMarvin AcmeLt. SantinoAngeloJudge DoomTeddy Valiant
Comics: C.B. MaroonRick Flint

Songs
Why Don't You Do Right?The Merry-Go-Round Broke DownSmile Darn Ya SmileThis Only Happens In The Movies
Locations
ToontownCloverleaf IndustriesMaroon CartoonsLos AngelesValiant & ValiantAcme CorporationTerminal BarInk and Paint ClubHollywood
Objects
The DipThe Dip MachineAcme Disappearing/Reappearing InkMarvin Acme's willToon RevolverRed Car Trolly