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Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

NOTE: This commentary track is only on the "Vista Series" edition, not on the original DVD release.

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Robert Zemeckis, producer Frank Marshall, screenwriters Jeffery Price and Peter Seaman, associate producer Steve Starkey, and visual effects supervisor Ken Ralston Rating:7.5/10 (11 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by MCT on March 4th, 2007:Find all reviews by MCT
A very, VERY informative track. The only down side was the constant repatition of the participantes reminding the audience who's speaking.
Reviewed by sedna on February 24th, 2013:Find all reviews by sedna
I am convinced, everyone in this commentary was stoned. I don't blame them. That being said, background on the making of galore.
Reviewed by Uniblab on November 20th, 2013:Find all reviews by Uniblab
A relatively informative track - a little more so for those who haven't seen the "Behind the Ears" documentary available as an extra on the special edition DVd and Blu-Ray - but by no means the comprehensive and substantial account one would expect. As someone alluded to above, this commentary probably didn't go through the usual editing procedure, because we can hear the various commenters say "this is so-and-so speaking"...every time.

Also funny is hearing Frank Marshal saying that while the movie was being made they "lived in London for, like, forever", then some other commentary ask "And why was that, Frank?" and he replying "Because it was much cheaper...", failing to mention that they are talking about the time of the famous Twilight Zone Movie trial when he was avoiding getting his feet held to the fire by all means, even sneaking out to Paris to dodge an international subpoena, in one of the most shameful episodes related to that (unfortunately forgotten) tragedy.