Dark, Loud, Slow Rides, Spinning
The Weasels have captured Jessica Rabbit and are in hot pursuit of Roger Rabbit, armed with a deadly concoction of Toon-toxic Dip!
Step inside the Toontown Cab Co. and wind your way through a shadowy back alley. Pass Baby Herman’s apartment and the backstage area of the famed Ink & Paint Club, where an evil plan to wipe out the animated population of Toontown is being hatched.
Hop aboard a “toon” taxicab and stay on the trail of Roger Rabbit and Benny the Cab as they race through town in search of Jessica Rabbit while avoiding the villainous Weasels, who are pouring Toon-melting Dip in the paths of passing vehicles—including yours!
A Wild Ride That You Control
As you drive through downtown Toontown, be on the lookout for the dreaded glowing Dip, which could send your cartoon ride into a turbulent tailspin. Steer your vehicle a full 360 degrees as you manage to gain control and pilot to safety along the crazy course.
Crash and dash through Bullina’s China Shop and slip and slide through the Power House. Be blown out of this world in true cartoon fashion before spinning recklessly into the Gag Warehouse storage area, where the wily Weasels are waiting and the dreaded Dipmobile is taking aim at your cab.
Is this the end of the line for you and Roger Rabbit? Don’t count on it!
Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin was inspired by the Academy Award®-winning film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Directed by Robert Zemeckis and produced by Steven Spielberg, the film successfully created the illusion that animated characters were interacting in the “real” world with people, thanks to state-of-the-art computer techniques at the time.
The attraction, which features 17 Audio-Animatronics figures, 59 animated props and 20 special effects, revisits the story of Roger Rabbit as he attempts to rescue his beloved wife Jessica Rabbit from the evil henchman known as the Weasels.
ROGER RABBIT CHARACTER© Disney/Amblin Entertainment, Inc.
Colorful and zany like a classic cartoon, Mickey’s Toontown is the longtime home of many of your favorite Disney characters. According to legend, Mickey Mouse made his home there as far back as 1928, paving the way for his animated pals soon after. In the 1950s, Walt Disney came to visit and told Mickey about his plans to build a theme park. Mickey suggested that he build the park in the area that surrounded Mickey’s Toontown, but asked that he keep Mickey’s Toontown a secret.
For years, millions of Guests had passed through the gates of Disneyland Park, completely unaware of Mickey’s Toontown located in the back. But in 1990, the residents of Mickey’s Toontown got together and decided that they wanted to open their hideaway for everyone to enjoy. With much fanfare, Mickey’s Toontown opened in 1993 to all Guests of Disneyland Park, and has been a favorite with families ever since.
Roger Rabbit isn't the only Disney character that calls Mickey’s Toontown home. Don't leave without paying a visit to: