The Pacific Electric Railway consisted of a fleet of trolleys seen in Who Framed Roger Rabbit based on the real life trolley system of the same name. As it was in real life, the system is largely referred to in the film as the Red Car.


In the film, they were purchased by Cloverleaf Industries so they could be dismantled. Judge Doom revealed at the end that he was the CEO of Cloverleaf, and would buy Toontown (if the will would not show up in the next 15 minutes). Then, using his Dip Machine, he would Dip Toontown away forever and build a freeway where it would have once stood. He would then force people to use the freeway by buying the trolleys, and dismantling them. After he was killed with his own Dip, the fate of the Pacific Electric Railway is left unknown.

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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

Entertainment: Once Upon a Mouse
Parades: Disney Carnivale ParadeDisney on Parade: 100 Years of MagicDisney Classics Parade
Fireworks: Remember... Dreams Come True

Film: Roger RabbitJessica RabbitBaby HermanBaby Herman's MotherBenny the CabBongo the GorillaToon BulletsLena HyenaToon PatrolEddie ValiantDoloresR.K. MaroonMarvin AcmeLt. SantinoAngeloJudge Doom

Comics: SunshineNightwingC.B. MaroonRick Flint
Deleted: Captain CleaverVoltaire
Other: ToonsLenny the CabList of cameos in Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Why Don't You Do Right?The Merry-Go-Round Broke DownSmile Darn Ya SmileThis Only Happens in the Movies
ToontownCloverleaf IndustriesMaroon CartoonsLos AngelesValiant & ValiantAcme CorporationThe Ink and Paint ClubHollywood
The DipThe Dip MachineMarvin Acme's willToon RevolverPacific Electric Railway
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