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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 either appeared in animated features 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. Also planned were several cameos in the cancelled prequel Roger Rabbit II: The Toon Platoon.

Cameo appearances


Warner Bros.

MGM Cartoons

Fleischer Studios

Paramount Pictures

Columbia Pictures

Walter Lantz Productions


Felix the Cat Creations, Inc.

  • Felix the Cat (in a picture and on the keystone of the tunnel that leads to Toontown)

Deleted/Unused Characters

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


Warner Bros.

MGM Cartoons

Western Publishing

  • Little Lulu (in the unproduced scene of Marvin Acme's funeral)

Fleischer Studios

Harvey Comics

Screen Gems


Jay Ward Productions


Walter Lantz Productions




Embassy Pictures

Special Edition DVD Cameos

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

Note: Most can be seen in the second disc.

(*) Denotes anachronisms; these characters (or, in the cases of characters such as Tinker Bell and Marvin the Martian, the animated versions of them that appear in the film) were created or adapted to cartoons 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 Toon world before being "discovered" and featured in real productions.


  • There were some cameos that didn’t appear as living characters in the film, but in photos and posters who were seen in it. Those characters were Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Lampwick from "Pinocchio", Willie the Giant, and Felix the Cat (who was also intended to appear in the film by his own).
  • The Dinosaurs from Fantasia appear in the film, but only their shadows were shown.
  • Some cartoon characters didn’t have a cameo in the movie, but they were mentioned in it by other characters. Those characters are Thumper from "Bambi" (mentioned by Roger Rabbit to be his uncle), Alice from "Alice in Wonderland" Peter Pan, Screwy Squirrel, Chilly Willy, Dinky Doodle, and Raggedy Ann.
    • Peter Pan and Screwy Squirrel were also planned to have a cameo in the unproduced scene of Marvin Acme's funeral.
  • Some cameos were also planned to appear in the unproduced sequel, some did appear in the original film (such as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, the Seven Dwarfs, the Hyacinth Hippo, Dumbo, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, Tweety Bird, Yosemite Sam, Foghorn Leghorn, Speedy Gonzales, Droopy Dog, and Woody Woodpecker), some were planned to appear in the original film but were eventually dropped (such as Chip and Dale, Pepé Le Pew, Petunia Pig, the Tasmanian Devil, Hector the Bulldog, Rocky the Flying Squirrel, and Bullwinkle J. Moose), and some were planned to be new cameos (such as Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear)
  • There were also cartoon cameos in the Roger Rabbit shorts that were published some years after the movie. The characters who made a cameo in the shorts are Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, The Mad Doctor, the Three Little Wolves (who were also intended to appear in the film), Raggedy Andy, Droopy Dog, Clarabelle Cow, Pinocchio, Ariel from The Little Mermaid, Tinker Bell, Evinrude from The Rescuers, the Genie from Aladdin, and the boy from Off His Rockers.
  • Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck also appeared with the Muppet Babies versions of Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and Gonzo, and Winnie the Pooh and Tigger (who were also intended to appear in the film) in the anti-drug TV special, Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue two years later in 1990.
  • The novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? by Gary K. Wolf (novel on which the film is based) mentions original characters from American comic strips, including Dick Tracy (who was originally intended to appear in the film), Snoopy, Blondie and Dagwood Bumstead, Beetle Bailey, and Hägar the Horrible.[1] Bugs Bunny also appears and other characters such as Petunia Pig are mentioned.
  • In the 5th issue of the comic series based on the film, there was an appearance of a character named Percy Pig, which shares the same name of the candy mascot "Percy Pig". However, the comic was published in 1990, while the candy product with the same name was created 2 years after, in 1992.


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