Jessica Rabbit

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Animated human female with a Veronica Lake hairdo and physics-defying anatomy in Disney's (well, Touchstone/Amblin) 1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Wife of Maroon Cartoons star Roger Rabbit (I wonder what her maiden name was?), she was voiced by an uncredited Kathleen Turner. She sang "Why Don't You Do Right?" backed by a band of nameless cartoon crows at The Ink and Paint Club, a disreputable "strictly humans only" joint with a "toon revue." She sings as sexy as she looks, too. Jessica's singing voice was actually Amy Irving, executive producer Steven Spielberg's then wife. Jessica also popped up in minor roles in the three subsequent animated Roger Rabbit shorts that fronted the theatrical release of various Disney movies: 1989's Tummy Trouble (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), 1990's Roller Coaster Rabbit (Dick Tracy), and 1993's Trail Mix-Up (A Far Off Place).