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  • Amusement Parks
    • 24 Hour Mini Golf
      • Amusement park advertised in Trail Mix-Up cartoon.
    • Play-Land Amusement Park
      • Amusement park from Rollercoaster Rabbit cartoon.
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • ACME Fridge
      • ACME branded refrigerator from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin'.
    • ACME Hotternell Oven
      • ACME branded oven from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin'.
    • ACME Suck-O-Lux
      • ACME branded vacuum cleaner from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin', that reverses into Roger Rabbit, blowing him up like a balloon.
    • ACME Toastamatic
      • ACME branded toaster from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin', that launches a plunger across the kitchen at Roger Rabbit.
  • Bakeries
    • Dorofina Bakery
      • Bakery in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
  • Banks
    • First National Bank Of Toontown
      • Bank in Toontown where Valiant investigated a robbery with his brother. They tracked they guy - a toon - down Yockster Street, where he got the drop on them, dropping a piano on them from fifteen stories, killing Valiant's brother.
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • The Ink And Paint Club
      • Joint where Jessica Rabbit sings.
    • Jane's Jade Jazz
      • Music club in Toontown.
    • The Terminal Station Bar
      • Bar next door to Pacific Electric where Dolores works, and Valiant hangs out.
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Hare Cuts
      • Barber shop in Toontown.
    • Mr. Marty
      • Barber shop in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
  • Beverages
    • Fizz
      • Soft drink product advertised in Trail Mix-Up cartoon.
  • Books-Reference
    • Knots
      • Book Roger Rabbit references in Rollercoaster Rabbit cartoon.
  • Car Products
    • ACME Spare Tire
      • No description available
  • Cities and Towns
    • Crescent City
      • Sign on the dismantled merry go round in the ACME warehouse.
    • Toontown
      • City near Los Angeles where animated characters live.
  • Cleaning Products
    • White King
      • Laundry detergent on Valiant's counter when the weasels pay him a visit.
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • ACME Clowns Shoes Jumbo Size
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Head Wigs
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Squeaking Shoes
      • Box that gets knocked over when the police are taking Marvin Acme's body out of the ACME warehouse, causing Marvin's joy buzzer to drop on the floor.
    • ACME Super Outfits
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
  • Condiments
    • ACME Extra Hot Chili Sauce
      • ACME branded condiment from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin'. There's a jar on the shelf with pots and pans that fall on Roger Rabbit.
  • Cookies
    • Chocolate Moose
      • Snack food product - looks like crackers or cookies - in Trail Mix-Up cartoon.
  • Corporations
    • ACME Incorporated
      • ACME parent company. "If it's acme, it's a gasser"
    • Maroon Corp.
      • Maroon Cartoons parent company.
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • ACME Select-A-Tune
      • Musical jukebox that Valiant turns on to distract the Toon Patrol weasels in the ACME warehouse.
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • State Fair
      • Fair from Rollercoaster Rabbit cartoon.
  • Film Production Companies
    • Maroon Cartoons
      • Animation studio that makes Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman cartoons, among others.
  • Financial Services
    • Benton Investments
      • Financial service in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
    • Pacific American Brokers Inc.
      • The name of the company on the office door next to Valiant's office.
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Yams
      • Generic canned food product in Tummy Trouble cartoon.
  • Furniture Products
    • ACME Musical Chairs
      • Toon chairs with musical instruments that fall off a truck outside Mr. Maroon's office when he's meeting with Valiant.
  • Grocery Stores
    • Cindy's
      • Grocery store in Toontown.
  • Hardware and Tools
    • A-1 Solvent Turpentine
      • Canister that Judge Doom uses to create the Dip, the only substance known to kill toons.
    • ACME Bricks (One Ton)
      • The Toon Patrol weasels drop a ton of ACME bricks on Roger Rabbit in the ACME warehouse.
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Awning Yawnings
      • Store in Toontown.
  • Hospitals
    • St. Nowhere
      • Hospital from the Tummy Trouble cartoon.
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • The Toon Hotel
      • Hotel in Toontown.
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Play-Toon
      • Pornographic magazine from the Rollercoaster Rabbit cartoon.
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • ACME Manufacturing Co.
      • "If it's ACME, it's a gasser"
  • Meat
    • Porky's All Beef Sausage
      • No description available
  • Medicine
    • ACME Elephant Pills
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • Ointment
      • Generic medicine product from the Tummy Trouble cartoon.
    • Salve
      • Generic medicine product from the Tummy Trouble cartoon.
  • Movies
    • Attack Of The 50 Ft Lima Bean
      • Movie advertised in Trail Mix-Up cartoon.
    • Clown Of The Jungle
      • Movie on theater marquee in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
    • Foul Hunting
      • Maroon cartoon poster on the wall in Mr. Maroon's office.
    • Pistol Packin Possum
      • Maroon cartoon poster on the wall in Mr. Maroon's office.
    • Somethin's Cookin'
      • Maroon cartoon featuring Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman.
    • Tummy Trouble
      • Maroon cartoon featuring Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman.
    • The Wet Horrse
      • Maroon cartoon poster on the wall in Mr. Maroon's office.
    • Willie The Giant
      • Movie playing in Toontown.
  • Musicians
    • Jessica Rabbit
      • Roger Rabbit's wife, and singer at the Ink and Paint Club.
  • Newspapers
    • Los Angeles Chronicle
      • Newspaper clippings, headlines: VALIANT AND VALIANT CRACK NEWHEW KIDNAPPING, GOOFY CLEARED OF SPY CHARGES, TOON KILLS MAN: MARVIN ACME MURDERED AT THE HANDS OF JEALOUS RABBIT.
    • Toontown Confidential
      • Toontown newspaper seen in the DVD bonus features.
    • Toontown Gossip
      • Newspaper that Mr. Maroon hands Valiant. Headline: Seen cooing over Calamari with Notsonew Sugar Daddy was Jessica Rabbit! Wife of Maroon Cartoon Star Roger Rabbit.
  • Office Products
    • ACME Extra Sticky Glue
      • Cans visible in the ACME warehouse. Valiant uses a can during his fight with Judge Doom, trapping him under a steamroller, which is how he finds out the judge is actually a toon.
  • Office Supply Stores
    • Sunset Printers
      • Printing service in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
  • Parks
    • Yellowstain National Park
      • Parody of Yellowstone, setting of Trail Mix-Up cartoon.
  • Personal Care Products
    • ACME Soap
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
  • Pest Control Products
    • ACME Deadly Mouse Poison
      • ACME branded pest control product from the Baby Herman cartoon Somethin's Cookin'. Baby Herman stands on a box to get closer to the cookies on top of the fridge.
    • Mink-Off
      • Pest control spray product that Roger uses in Trail Mix-Up cartoon.
  • Pet Products
    • ACME Bird Seed
      • Pet food visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • Atomic Hare-splitter
      • Device in the St. Nowhere Hospital in the Tummy Trouble cartoon.
  • Police Departments
    • Toon Patrol
      • Judge Doom's weasel toon cop squad.
  • Private Detective Services
    • Valiant & Valiant Private Investigators
      • Private detective that Mr. Maroon hires to dig up dirt on Jessica Rabbit. "Two flatfoots & a floozy go into business 1938"
  • Products-Other
    • ACME Super Strong Magnets
      • Giant magnet Valiant attempts to use fighting Judge Doom in the ACME warehouse, but ends up just trapping himself.
  • Psychic Services
    • Madame Clarabella
      • Psychic from the Rollercoaster Rabbit cartoon.
  • Realty Services
    • Hollywoodland Realty Co.
      • Billboard visible in the background when Roger Rabbit finds Benny.
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Christine's
      • Restaurant in Toontown.
  • Security Products
    • ACME Safe
      • Murder weapon that killed Marvin ACME. "Just like a toon to drop a safe on a guy's head."
  • Stores-Other
    • Jokes
      • Store in Toontown.
    • Sally's
      • Store in the background when the Toon Patrol weasels are chasing Valiant and Roger Rabbit.
  • Substances
    • The Dip
      • The only substance known to kill Toons, created by Judge Doom, made out of turpentine, acetone, benzene.
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Gingerbread Lane
      • Street in Toontown.
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Alley Street
      • Street in Toontown.
    • Yockster Street
      • Street in Towntown where Valiant's brother was killed by a toon - he dropped a piano on them from fifteen stories.
  • Toy Products
    • ACME Banana Skins
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Curve Ball
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse that gets knocked over when a police detective demonstrates a toon retractable hammer weapon.
    • ACME Disappearing Ink
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Disappearing Reappearing Ink
      • Product of the Acme Corporation used by Marvin Acme to write his will in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It's a special type of ink that can, as its name suggests, disappear and reappear at almost any time.
    • ACME Eyeballs
      • Judge Doom trips over spilled boxes of eyeballs in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Giant Comb
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Itching Powder
      • Boxes that Judge Doom's weasels knock over in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Joy Buzzer
      • Toy product Marvin Acme demonstrates for Valiant at the Ink and Paint Club.
    • ACME Marbles
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Noses
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse when Judge Doom reveals he's the toon that killed Valiant's brother.
    • ACME Overused Gags
      • Truck Valiant crashes into when he arrives in Toontown.
    • ACME Pogo Sticks
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse. Valiant hops on one when he's distracting the Toon Patrol weasels in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Portable Holes
      • Product in the ACME warehouse that a uniformed officer points out to one of the detectives, Chisold.
    • ACME Trick Ink
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • Stick-It Inc. Darts
      • Toy product in Rollercoaster Rabbit cartoon.
  • Trains
    • Cloverleaf Industries
      • Transit company owned by Judge Doom.
    • Pacific Electric
      • The world's finest public transportation system. Noe a Cloverleaf Industry.
    • Red Car Trolley Line
      • Transit line in Los Angeles.
    • Toonzoomer No. 1
      • Train service in Toowntown that comes flying by after Judge Doom gets melted in his own dip.
  • Videos
    • Herman's Shermans
      • Baby Herman cartoon poster on Mr. Maroon's office wall.
    • The Little Injun That Could
      • Maroon cartoon featuring Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman.
    • Rollercoaster Rabbit
      • Maroon cartoon featuring Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman.
    • Trail Mix-Up
      • Maroon cartoon featuring Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman.
  • Weapons
    • ACME Ball & Chains
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Bear Traps
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Elephant Bullets
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Singing Sword
      • Box visible in the ACME warehouse that gets knocked over when a police detective demonstrates a toon retractable hammer weapon., Valiant later attempts to use one when he fights Judge Doom, but Frank Sinatra singing doesn't really help him.
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • ACME Bomb
      • Round, black bomb, made by the ACME Corporation that Valiant includes in his song and dance to distract the Toon Patrol weasels in the ACME warehouse.
    • ACME Dynamite
      • Explosives product visible in the ACME warehouse.
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