Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is an animated/live action movie that was made by Tombstone and was released on June 22, 1988. When the laser disc came out people noticed a number of scenes that had nudity. Disney eventually would re-release the film removing those scenes. It is censored on the streaming platform Disney+.
- The scene that shows Baby Herman walking under a woman's dress was modified for the Disney+ release. In the Disney+ version, Herman's middle finger was digitally removed.
- The scene that shows Betty Boop's dress falling below her breasts was modified for the Disney+ release. In the Disney+ version, the animation on Betty Boop's dress freezes for a frame.
- The scene that shows scene Benny the Cab crashing was modified for the Disney+ release. In the Disney+ version, Jessica Rabbit's dress covers her underwear.
- An often censored line is when Donald says to Daffy, "doggone stubborn little..." This is due to complaints that Donald's unintelligible "duck voice" makes it sounds like he's saying "goddamn" and the N-word.
Where to find it uncensored
The laser disc is uncensored.