Gary K. Wolf (1981)


I recently had this wonderful Roger Rabbit trilogy signed by the original creator of Roger Rabbit himself, Gary K. Wolf. He is one of the kindest and most down-to-Earth artists I have ever had the pleasure of talking to.

You can find out more about Gary and his works by visiting his website at
https://garywolf.com/ and by visiting his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1498857407.

For Gary K. Wolf, a simple philosophy of believing in an idea and seeing it through – whether it be a blue cow or a madcap rabbit – paid off. “I color cows blue,” he says, “and make people happy! That’s my fondest childhood dream come true.”

Gary K. Wolf is an American author. He is best known as the author of Who Censored Roger Rabbit?, which was adapted into the hit feature-length film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Raoul J. Raoul (1988)

Somethin’s Cookin¬†is a 1988 animation film in¬†Who Framed Roger Rabbit that opens the movie. In it, Roger is given the task of babysitting Baby Herman or risk being “sent back to the science lab”. From his crib, Baby Herman spots a cookie jar on top of the refrigerator and promptly escapes his crib into the kitchen. Roger tries to stop him as he wanders into danger.

Barry Cook (1993)

During a picnic, Baby Herman follows a beaver into a perilous sawmill – with Roger Rabbit in frantic pursuit.

Trail Mix-Up is a 1993 short, starring Roger Rabbit, that was shown before the feature A Far Off Place. This is the third and final animated Roger Rabbit short, produced after the 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It was made by Walt Disney Pictures and Amblin Entertainment.