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Voltaire as shown at the far left from Who Framed Roger Rabbit figures.

Voltaire is a scrapped character from the live-action and animation hybrid film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.


Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Voltaire is originally Judge Doom's pet vulture. The reason why he was cut out in the final film release is the interest of finishing the film on schedule. Despite his deletion, Voltaire still appears in the original Judge Doom action figure. He also appears in the NES game.


  • Voltaire is named after one of the French Enlightenment philosophers and a founding father of the ideas behind the French Revolution.
  • His design was based on one of the vultures from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.


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