To celebrate 2 years of Zavvi exclusive steelbooks we proudly present the Zavvi Exclusive Gold Edition of the Who Framed Roger Rabbit Steelbook. On Blu-ray for the first time ever, this digitally remastered edition of Who Framed Roger Rabbit practically jumps off the screen with its brilliant picture, rich sound - and dangerous curves. It's 1947 Hollywood and Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins), a down-on-his-luck detective, is hired to find proof that Marvin Acme, gag factory mogul and owner of Toontown, is playing hanky-panky with femme fatale Jessica Rabbit, wife of Maroon Cartoon superstar, Roger Rabbit. When Acme is found murdered, all fingers point to Roger, who begs the Toon-hating Valiant to find the real evildoer. Complete with hours of bonus features - including three digitally restored Roger Rabbit shorts, this multi-Oscar winner (Best Film Editing, Best Sound Effects Editing, Best Visual Effects, Special Achievement In Animation Direction, 1988) is pure magic in Hi-Def Blu-ray.
Zavvi Exclusive Steelbook Edition - Includes inner artwork and steelbook is embossed and debossed. It's 1947 Hollywood and Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins), a down-on-his-luck detective, is hired to find proof that Marvin Acme, gag factory mogul and owner of Toontown, is playing hanky-panky with femme fatale Jessica Rabbit, wife of Maroon Cartoon superstar, Roger Rabbit. When Acme is found murdered, all fingers point to Roger, and the sinister, power-hungry Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd) is on a mission to bring Roger to justice. Roger begs the Toon-hating Valiant to find the real evildoer and the plot thickens as Eddie uncovers scandal after scandal and realizes the very existence of Toontown is at stake! Who Framed Roger Rabbit is deliciously outrageous fun the whole family will enjoy. Special Features: The Roger Rabbit Shorts: Tummy Trouble Roller Coaster Rabbit Trail Mix Up Who Made Roger Rabbit Deleted Scene: The Pig Head Sequence Before and After Toon Stand-Ins Behind the Ears On Set! Audio Commentary by Filmmakers Robert Zemeckis, Frank Marshall, Jeffrey Price, Peter Seaman, Steve Starkey and Ken Ralston Toontown Confidential
Faux pearls and rhinestones adorn the cartoon embellishments on this lens case. Luxurious metallic gold detailing and a faux leather container make this portable piece a must-have item. Color: White Box - Rabbit, Materials: PU, Plastic, Acrylic, Size: A pair: External: 9 x 5cm, Tweezers: 7cm, Box: 6.6cm Two pair: External: 10.8 x 9cm, Tweezers: 7cm, Box: 6.6cm, Care: N/A
Betty Boop Minikleid mit Perücke Gr. 36-38 Original Betty Boop Kostüm für Comic-Fans Erstmals in Erscheinung trat die freche Cartoon-Figur Betty Boop 1930 im Film Dizzy Dishes. Anfangs noch von recht unscheinbarem Wesen wurde die Comicfigur Betty Boop bereits zwei Jahre später neu gezeichnet und fiel nun durch ein attraktiveres, weiblicheres Äußeres auf. 1934 mußte Betty Boop aufgrund von Zensurgründen wieder braver werden und längere Kleider tragen. In den 60er Jahren kam Betty Boop als Zeichentrickfigur ins US-Fernsehen zurück, später wurden Betty-Boop-Cartoons auch in Deutschland ausgestrahlt. Ende der 80er Jahre tauchte Betty dann im Kinofilm Falsches Spiel mit Roger Rabbit auf. Heutzutage ist die liebliche Zeichentrick-Lady längst Kult. In der Comic Serie Drawn Together hat der Charakter der Betty Boop eine eigene Persiflage in Form der Dame Tooth Braunstein. Das sehr sexy aussehende rote Glitzer-Minikleid mit Spaghetti-Trägern lässt dich mit der beiliegenden schwarze Betty Boop Lockenperücke aus Kunsthaar in Windeseile in die extravagante Comic-Gigur verwandeln. Das aussergewöhnliche Karnevalskostüm ist der absolute Hingucker! Für alle Fans der niedlichen Zeichentrickfigur haben wir zusätzlich verschiedene Kostüm-Accessoires wie die im Angebot Lieferumfang: 1 x Betty Boop Minikleid mit Perücke Gr. 36-38 Inhalt: 1 x Minikleid, 1 x Perücke Farbe: Rot/Schwarz Größe: 36/38 Material: 100% Polyester, Perücke: Kunsthaar Handtasche nicht inkl.
Betty Boop made her first appearance in 1930, in the cartoon Dizzy Dishes. Inspired by a popular performing style, but not by any one specific person. Betty also made a cameo appearance in the feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Betty Boop's popularity continues well into present day culture. Jada combine the styling of Betty Boop with a 1930s car to bring you this neat Black and Red Betty Boop themed 1939 Chevy Master Deluxe, featuring opening doors and boot as well as a Diecast Betty Boop figure! Features: Opening doors Detailed interior High gloss/metallic paint Scaled figure included Betty Boop themed packaging
PARODY HILARITY! Your favorite Looney Tunes characters are goin’ Hollywood, so woll out the wed carpet! Bugs and the gang give you THEIR take on classic blockbusters, pop culture and a send up of a few celebrities along the way. You'll be tinsel-town tickled with 20 of the funniest toons in this A-list collection. Get a front row seat for intrigue and romance, rabbit style, with Bugs as Bogey (Carrotblanca). The fur flies as Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote tangle for Southwestern supremacy (Chariots of Fur), Daffy investigates some precarious paranormal activity (The Duxorcist), and more! Plus - we include what many consider to be the greatest cartoon of all time (What’s Opera, Doc?). Enjoy over two hours of Looney Tunes lunacy that will have you shouting, “Show me the bunny!
Semitransparent waterproof black-and-white stickers feature an animal in the cutest poses. Can t tell whether it s a chipmunk, bunny or bear? It doesn t really matter as long as it s cute! Each packet contains six different sheets. Color: As Shown In Figure, Materials: Paper, Size: One Size: 14.5cm x 9cm, Care: N/A
Director Robert Zemeckis revolutionised the art of animated film in 1998's Who Framed Roger Rabbit by dropping cartoon characters into the same frame with flesh-and-blood actors. In The Polar Express , live action and animation have merged seamlessly, resulting in sparkling super-realism - a landmark technique Zemeckis and his Sony Pictures Imageworks team call Performance Capture. In the story, a disillusioned little boy - just old enough to doubt the existence of Santa Claus - has the adventure of a lifetime one fateful Christmas Eve. Clad in his pyjamas, he climbs aboard a magic train to the North Pole, driven by a kindly train conductor. Among myriad jaw-dropping moments, the train plummets brakeless through crystalline mountains in a simulated roller coaster ride. Going off the rails, skidding sideways, and snaking violently across a frozen lake, the train arrives at the North Pole (a vast, glowing city of brick buildings). At that moment, the car carrying the kids detaches and they're sent tumbling down never-ending chutes and slides until they land in the middle of Santa's Workshop. With its fascinating tale and impressive technical frolics, The Polar Express is destined to become both a holiday classic and a new turning point in the art of animated cinema. Special Features: Interactive Menu
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was created in 1927 by Walt Disney and his team through twenty-six cartoon shorts. Not without fits and starts, the series and its impish title character were an instant hit with audiences. At the end of that initial run, Walt lost the contract to Oswald, which prompted the creation of Mickey Mouse. Over the years, Oswald became a footnote in the Disney story . . . until 2006, when The Walt Disney Company recovered rights to Walt's twenty-six shorts. Behind-the-scenes, a complex and labor-intensive search developed for the physical film footage of some Oswald cartoons deemed "lost to time." For anyone interested in Disney origins, fascinated by early cinema, or entertained by a feisty little rabbit, this engaging and accessible volume delivers an in-depth look at Walt's first major animated success and the journey to reclaim the lost Disney films.