toontown

24 02 2014

I recently found the ‘finale’ for the TOONTOWN-sequence in WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT, a part of a storyboard that HARALD SIEPERMANN and I created in the summer of 1987 in the AMBLIN-studio on the UNIVERSAL-lot. it was never used in the film, – since our boards summed up to about 15 min of film the director, BOB ZEMECKIS, cut the sequence down to 45 seconds.

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KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA

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5 responses

24 02 2014
Somnath Pal

Damn! You guys were geniuses! Not a single line wasted… and such strong compositions!!! If one could compile all the storyboards together, one would have his Bible on compositions.

1 03 2014
Florian Satzinger

Stellar!!!

5 03 2014
Scott

Nice boards. If only the final film lived up to this. Sadly, it’s a dreary mess of a thing with terrible animation.

7 03 2014
C. Sobieniak

At least someone came out and said it.

17 03 2014
Floyd Norman

Yet, it was enough to put animation back into the public eye and give it new life. If only for that, I’m grateful.

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