Tag: zemeckis

Who Framed Roger Rabbit – Essex

The State Cinema used to seat 2200 people. No longer in use, the film crew for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” were able to use this wonderful location for the movie. The heros of the movie use Gray’s State Cinema to hide from Judge Doom. Jamiroquai used the cinema for “Deeper Underground” (the soundtrack for “Godzilla”), […]

Griffith Park Tunnel

Home to so many movies, this small tunnel gets his own post. Robert Zemeckis used this tunnel for the first two installments of “Back to the Future”, and “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (entrance to “ToonTown”). Before that, in 1983, John Badham featured this tunnel in “War Games” with Matthew Broderick. More recent, 2016, Marvels Agent […]

Who Framed Roger Rabbit – RED Studios Hollywood

A combination of animation and live action, Robert Zemeckis’ funny movie “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” is set in Hollywood-1947. But only part of the movie was recorded in this area. Production was set in England at Elstree studios (most of the interior sets were build here). The exterior of “Maroon Cartoons” studio is in fact […]