animated cartoon Trail Mix-Up © Disney / Amblin
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Trail Mix-Up

Baby Herman, his mom and Roger are visiting Yellow-Stain National Park. Once again Roger is left holding the baby as mom goes hunting. Soon Baby Herman is off chasing wild animals, from caterpillars, bees and a beaver; the later of which leads Baby Herman and Roger into a sawmill.

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The last of the Roger Rabbit shorts, this falls a little short of 'Roller Coaster Rabbit' for sheer high-octane craziness, but I still prefer it to 'Tummy Trouble'. The scenario...
Created by: Disney, Amblin
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Charles Fleischer ... Roger Rabbit
Kathleen Turner ... Jessica Rabbit
April Winchell ... Young Baby Herman, Mom
Lou Hirsch ... Adult Baby Herman
Corey Burton ... Droopy
Frank Welker ... Bear, Beaver
Directed by: Barry Cook
Musical Score by: Bruce Broughton
Based on: Characters created by Gary K. Wolf.

animated cartoon Trail Mix-Up © Disney / AmblinThird and last of the three Roger Rabbit shorts made for theatrical release.

The title card at the start of the film states that this film was made in 1947, the year the film 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' was set in.

When Roger spits out the bees, a few of them resemble the Disney characters: Mickey Mouse, The Genie, Evinrude from The Rescuers, and a black-haired Tinklebell.

As Herman is going down the log slide his pupils are Mickey-mouse shaped for one frame. When he is close to the camera Roger eyes have skulls for pupils.

At the end of the slide a sticker appears on the back of the log that reads ‘We Visited Splash Mountain’

This film was released theatrically in the USA with the film ‘A Far Off Place’

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