Who Framed Roger Rabbit Easter Egg - Obsene Scene

In the beginning of the movie - as soon as it becomes the mix of live action and animation the baby gets upset with Roger and storms off the set. As he is leaving he walks between a woman's legs and says "Move it toots!" If you pause the movie right before he walks under her legs and then advance frame by frame, you will see the baby stick a finger up between her legs.

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Contributed By: Bill Geraghty on 08-13-1999
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Special Requirements: A VCR or DVD player with a pause button and frame advance
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dob37 writes:
According to Snopes he also comes out from under her skirt with drool on his upper lip that isn't there before he goes under.
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DarthGhost writes:
This scene is in the original version of the film released in theaters and home video, however in the DVD release they have "corrected" this scene to show Herman's arm staying to his side instead of between the script girl's legs. Darthghost has spoken... P.S. This film WAS made by Disney under their Touchstone Pictures company that was created to allow more adult pictures to be made by Disney without giving the public the wrong idea and automatically assume that a Disney labeled picture was for kids and familys. All characters that were non-Disney were used with permission.
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Marisa writes:
Actually, the movie was made with many studios' characters. Otherwise, for example, Donald and Daffy Duck would never appear in the same movie, let alone the same frame! The same is true for Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny in the sky diving scene. I have heard, however, that though the movie was a joint effort between, mainly, Warner Brothers and Disney, that Mickey and Bugs had to have the exact same number of words in the film. There's still competition.
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ruter writes:
It wasn't Betty Boo that showed it - it was Jessica Rabbit. it is on the www.snopes.com website under Disney
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shadowdragon writes:
I don't know if anyone else noticed..but that entire movie was obsene.
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If you keep going in slow motion after baby sticks his finger up the script lady's ass, he makes an evil face.
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LysaLysa writes:
My step father has a few of the original cells from Roger Rabbit (actually used in the movie) and he has one of the cells with Jessica Rabbit that was taken out where she lifts her skirt and straightens her garter belt.
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Jewan writes:
Well,just sayin that in the whole movie,the baby walks with a cigar in his mouth and his finger waving in the air.That's just a coincadence that he just HAPPENED to walk under the lady and HAPPENED to have his finger in the air like always.The unknown liquid at the exit...yeah that's pussy juice.
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Firedog745 writes:
In some earlier copies (and some newer ones) of the movie, there is another scene in which Betty Boop shows pubic hair.
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No, actually according to Snopes the status of this claim is undetermined.
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DrunkNmunky writes:
Actually, Baby Herman says, "Excuse me, Toots." Take it from someone who saw the movie twenty million times against her will. =-]
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Xplod writes:
In the Lion King it isn't SEX, it's SFX, the company who did the sound for the movie.
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Wrong-o, B**chNess. The movie was created by Touchstone Pictures, which is just the company name Disney uses for movies PG and up, with the exception of Lilo And Stitch. The movie was not in any way created by Warner Brothers. Disney just asked to borrow WB charcters for the movie. They let Disney, as long as the WB and Disney charcters got equal screentime. And also, you say that the movie is not made by Disney becuase it has WB characters, but then wouldn't it not be made by WB becuase it has Disney characters? Think next time before you post a message. I HAVE SPOKEN.
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