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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? - Anachronism of Toons
At the end, after they finish off Judge Doom, there is the scene where Roger Rabbit and Jessica head back to Toontown, complete with a reprise of "Smile, Darn Ya' Smile".
After that Porky Pig comes up and his his famous "Th-Th-Th-Th-That's All Folks!" line.
After that, Tinkerbell, from Disney's Peter Pan comes up and ends the movie.
WFRR? takes place in 1947.
Disney's interpretation of Peter Pan was not released until 1953.
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Eyes, knowledge about Peter Pan
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Eagle on 07-10-2002
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Finley writes:
I always figured that since these "toons" are portrayed as living beings, then it's possible we're seeing Tinkerbell before her big break in Peter Pan. Or maybe not...
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DanaMac writes:
Finley's right. At last, SOMEONE gets it!
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Geronimo writes:
Peter Pan was planned in the 30's but because of WW2 production was postponed until the war ended
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