First edition of the hilariously hard-boiled cartoon crime drama, the inspiration for the 1988 Disney movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"
Near fine in like dust jacket.
WHO CENSORED ROGER RABBIT?
The tone of the novel is a bit grimmer than the film, a true parody of detective noir. The jacket of this edition features Wolf himself as title detective Eddie Valiant.
New York: St. Martin's Press, (1981). 8.25'' x 5''. Original black boards, gilt lettering to spine. Original unclipped ($10.95) color pictorial dust jacket, designed by Izumi Inoue. 214 pages. Jacket with light edgewear. Light soiling to top edge. Colors of jacket vibrant.
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