Overly anxious and a lightweight when it comes to drinking, Roger Rabbit is the way to go if you're into dressing like a cartoon rabbit. Not only do you get to pretend you have a bombshell wife but you also have an excuse to wear red overalls. Plus you can pretend your social anxiety is part of your character. Don't forget to stutter!
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November 21, 2013 by Jaime
Dick Tracy’s wardrobe is pretty simple in comparison to other hard-hitting superheroes. Although he does manage to stand out among other detectives with his bright yellow trench coat and matching hat. Without these token pieces you may end up looking like you just got home from work.September 17, 2013 by Tom
Played by Paul Reubens, Pee-wee Herman is a cheerful, child-like character who surrounds himself wacky gadgets and quirky neighbors. That’s not to say he doesn’t have a darker side — when he doesn’t get his way, he loses patience and drops devastating bombs like “I know you are but what am I?”
May 9, 2016 by Tom
In Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Judge Doom (Christopher Lloyd) is the much-feared judge of Toontown, where he metes out punishments like executing Toons by dipping them into vats of Dip — turpentine and acetone. He calm and without mirth, but this demeanor conceals his true identity.December 6, 2013 by Jaime
In Dick Tracy, lounge singer Breathless Mahoney kept her performances fresh with an array of form fitting dresses. No dummy to the world of crime, this platinum blonde was rarely without red lips or flashy bracelets. Except of course when she was dressing up as The Blank.
September 15, 2014 by Amy
Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) is slow-witted boy from Alabama whose endearing personality exposes him to many life-changing and history-changing events. Despite his below average IQ, Forrest achieves great things like being named an All-American football player, winning a Medal of Honor, and becoming a millionaire shrimper.
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