Charles Fleischer's science paper.

Dunmore and Fleischer's Medical Terminology: Exercises in Etymology


Charles Fleischer Photo credit: Nikki Nelson

In honor of the 25th anniversary Blu-ray release of (which is in the running for the best film ever directed by Robert Zemeckis) I was given the extreme pleasure of interviewing the voice of Roger Rabbit himself, Charles Fleischer. In the intervening 25 years, Fleischer has become something of a renaisaince man. In addition to his acting, he's an accomplished stand-up comic, and has even made , leading me to believe he might actually be The Hulk.

Beginning his career in the Goodman Theatre in Chicago and the original "Laugh-In" television show, Charles Fleischer's unique vocal abilities and comedic talent in the critically acclaimed role of Roger Rabbit in the record setting Bob Zemeckis film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit". In this skit, Fleischer gives a comedic brief in response to the previous speakers' lectures.

Charles Fleischer Photo credit: Nikki Nelson

Charles Fleischer
Fleischer em Las Vegas, Nevada, em 26 de julho de 2011
Outros nomes Charlie Fleischer
Nascimento 27 de agosto de 1950 (66 anos)
Washington, D.C.
Nacionalidade norte-americano
Ocupação Comediante, ator, escritor, músico
Atividade 1978-presente
IMDb: (inglês)

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Charles Fleischer: There are a few reasons. Number one, Robert Zemeckis and in addition to that, Richard Williams who did the aspect of designing Roger and the animation. Both of them are geniuses. When you factor that into the script and the fact it took place in the past, introducing cartoon characters, so it created a sensibility whereby he already existed, it made it easier to accept as something that's always been as opposed to trying to present a new cartoon character in the world of 2013.

Join Charles Fleischer for an stand-up comedy performance (7:30 p.m.), meet-and-greet (8:15 p.m.) and outdoor screening of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (9 p.m.) at Parx Casino on June 29. The screening will be followed by a Q&A and second meet-and-greet.