Last night at the Archlight Theater in Hollywood (the Cinerama Dome theater complex) they had what they call a "Party Night" showing of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". It's Party Night because there is a bar just at that theater room and they serve wine, so no one under 21 is allowed in. Which also meant no creaming, crying kids. It was all adults. Also, this print was an original uncensored print of the movie and it was wonderful seeing my favorite Disney Rabbit up on the big screen again, and in full surround sound.
Also present was the supervising animator for Roger, Andre Dejas, and he gave a wonderful Question and Answer session after the movie. He also drew Roger on a big art board as he talked about the movie. Then he answered questions and we all had a great time. The all adult audience was great. Very appreciative of this ground breaking movie, and very interesting to note that every single frame of the animation in this movie was all hand drawn. No CGI at all, as it wasn't around then. And how Steven Spielberg was indeed the one who got Warners to allow there characters in the movie.
And someone asked, why where there no Hanna Barbara characters shown? Do you know the answer?