Roger Rabbit Changed the Way Hollywood Animates
When Who Framed Roger Rabbit hit theaters in June of 1988, there was no telling exactly what impact it would have on pop culture. But now, 30 years later, the three key animation techniques animator Richard Williams and his team implemented are still being used to create the CGI characters we see in virtually every summer blockbuster.
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