I know the toontown in Disneyland is called Mickey's Toontown, but is it based on the Toontown in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"? Since they have Roger Rabbit's Toon Spin as the main attraction, I always assumed they were the same Toontown, though there's little other references to the movie besides the attraction. Most of the land seems to just be a completely different land just for Mickey & Friends characters. Also, I've never read, seen, or heard anything about Mickey's Toontown being based on Toontown in Roger Rabbit. I know in the movie Mickey and friends do appear, but it seems to be more of a town for all toons, while in Disneyland, Mickey and friends seem to run the city.
So am I the only one who's always assumed Mickey's Toontown was a recreation of the movie's land? What are some references to "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" 's Toontown that you've noticed? Do you know of anything from Disney and/or Imagineers that talk about it being based on the movie's land besides "Roger Rabbit's ToonSpin"?