What's the Difference between Who Censored Roger Rabbit? the Book and Who Framed Roger Rabbit the Movie?

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Who Censored Roger Rabbit?

57%
Released: 1983
Author: Wolf, Gary K.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

43%
Released: 1988
Director: Zemeckis, Robert
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In the Book In the Movie
Roger Rabbit
Roger Rabbit
Portrayed by: Charles Fleischer
Roger Rabbit
Roger Rabbit
Portrayed by: Charles Fleischer
Roger Rabbit
Roger Rabbit
Portrayed by: Charles Fleischer
Raco
This Character does not appear.
Dom
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This Character does not appear.
Benny The Cab
Portrayed by: Charles Flesischer
Jessica Rabbit
Jessica Rabbit
Portrayed by: Kathleen Turner
Eddie Vallient
Eddie Vallient
Portrayed by: Bob hoskins
Who Framed Roger Rabbit Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Toons can create physical doppelgangers that usually disappear in a few hours. Toons cannot do this.
   Toons are just as vulnerable to bullets, fire, and other sorts of physical trauma as humans. Dip does not exist. Toons can survive almost any sort of physical trauma, but dip--a combination of various paint and ink removers--can kill them.
   Toontown doesn't exist; rather, Toons live alongside humans in Los Angeles. Toons live in their own offshoot of L.A. called Toontown.
   Toons work in a variety of fields. Although many work in entertainment, including movies, TV commercials, and comic strips, many work as police officers or business owners. However, they face discrimination from humans and in many ways are second-class citizens. Toons apparently exist to work only in show business; Roger says that Toons exist to make people laugh.
   When Toons speak, their words appear in word bubbles by their head before floating to the ground. Humanoid Toons are able to suppress their word bubbles but it does take effort. Toons do not produce word bubbles.
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