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Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Movie, 1988 IMDB

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  • Qui veut la peau de Roger Rabbit ? (France)

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goblintruck1 US

2010-06-10 03:40


what is the Red Car?


2010-06-10 03:47


It's those trams you see in the film.

goblintruck1 US

2010-06-10 03:49


Are they based on anything?

-- Last edit: 2010-06-10 03:55:04 (G-MANN)


2010-06-10 03:58


I think the Red Car was a name for the Pacific Electric Railway. If you're asking about the trams (or whatever they're called in America) used in this film, I don't know if they were the real thing or just replicas. I too used to wonder what the Red Car was when I watched this film as a kid.

-- Last edit: 2010-06-10 04:03:25

goblintruck1 US

2010-06-12 20:18


I found a pic on flickr of the Dipmobile in the backlot http://www.flickr.com/photos/28558260@N04/3487968825/

14stutz US

2010-09-09 06:59


For the streetcar seen with the Buick....

The 1930s replica streetcar was made for the movie by Dean Jeffries. It's based on GMC bus chassis and was stretched to 65 feet. It's aluminum skin on a steel framework, simulated rivets are wood dowels sanded to shape and glued on before painting. Fiberglasss covers in the shape of streetcar trucks cover the bus' real wheels.

It was built in one month at a cost of $200,000.

(Source: Dean Jeffries by Tom Cotter, MBI Publishing, 2009. Pgs 171-173)

-- Last edit: 2013-04-12 20:57:56 (G-MANN)


2013-04-11 22:26


Do any of you think that Benny The Cab should be added to the list ? :) :) :)

-- Last edit: 2013-04-11 22:32:05


2013-04-11 22:37


No, just in the commments.

puterboy1 US

2013-04-12 01:28


I found this site containing a few behind the scenes photographs showing some of the cars, said to be from the Bill Volkmer collection as most of them are of the red car: http://www.davesrailpix.com/pe/perr.htm

mike962 DE

2013-04-12 09:28


I guess commander 57 must be happy with this movie, no classic car got trashed in this movie :D

only the 39 Plyoumoth Deluxe got a bit of damage but totally repearable

-- Last edit: 2013-04-12 09:29:40

cko US

2013-04-12 18:25


I went on a guided studio tour many years ago, and they had the "crashed" car. There were 3 of them parked together, with different degrees of damage.One was untouched, the other 2 damaged, and I thought the tour guide said they did that so they could replace 1 car with a damaged,pre-crashed car for the next scene.If anyone wants to prove otherwise, please do so we can set the record straight.

richard davies EN

2018-08-25 18:21


Does Benny the Cab deserve a "Made For Movie" mention?

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