animated cartoon Tummy Trouble © Disney / Amblin
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Tummy Trouble

Mom leaves Roger to look after Baby Herman, who promptly cries his heart out. Roger produces a rattle for Herman to play with, but he ends up swallowing it and Roger takes him to hospital. However, before the doctors arrive, Baby Herman burps out the rattle, which then ends up in Roger and so they take the hapless rabbit into theatre instead.

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When 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' started unexpectedly with the Maroon Cartoon ' Somethin's Cookin'', audiences were treated to something most of them had probably never seen before in their lives. A...
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
Richard Williams ... Droopy
Corey Burton ... Orderly
Directed by: Rob Minkoff
Produced by: Don Hahn
Musical Score by: James Horner
Based on: Characters created by Gary K. Wolf.

animated cartoon Tummy Trouble © Disney / AmblinFirst of 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 Who Framed Roger Rabbit was set in.

Mickey Mouse’s trademark shoes and shorts can be seen adorning the changing screen in Baby Herman hospital room. Nearby is a diagram of a mouse’s skull, in Mickey’s design, on the weights there is a moneybag. When the scene cuts back the clothes are gone and the diagram has been replaced with a Rabbit’s Brain, which is represented by a peanut.

The hospital doors that Roger passes as he is moved through the hospital are: Pathology, Urology, Proctology, Gynecology, Biology, Radiology, Geology, Theology, Archeology, Zoology, Egyptology, Astrology, Musicology, Physiology, Pharmacology, Phraseology and lastly Burbank.

This film was Released theatrically in the USA with the film ‘Honey, I shrunk the Kids’

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