Roger_Rabbit

Roger_Rabbit - sometimes it’s the only weapon that we...

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Design + Mise en Scene From Who framed Roger Rabbit? Working class people, dirty, shabby clothes, 1940s Music: toon music with jazz Moral ambiguity Crime + corruption Roger’s design – 40’s Golden Era of Cartoon animation hybrid world human + toon -> social outcasts, minorities, ghetto Jews noir + cartoon working class story Roger standing on a soap box people need laughter
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Unformatted text preview: sometimes it’s the only weapon that we have Utopia -> driving into toon town (final scene) Competing visions Paving over difference Erasing (dip) outcasts Lingering disquiet Red hot riding hood preferences to Roger Rabbit Wolf whistles, escalating jokes Inversion of characters: roles have inverted Laughter Cultural reflection Superiority...
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2009 for the course CAT CAT 3 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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