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
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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
   With his ears, Roger Rabbit is about as tall as Eddie. Roget is about half of Eddie's height.
   Baby Herman has a human manservant. Baby Herman has a nanny.
   Eddie first meets Baby Herman in Herman's mansion. He notices the human manservant offering Baby Herman a cigar but doesn't try to stop him, instead asking if Herman is too young to smoke. Eddie first meets Baby Herman outside of his office; he doesn't realize the baby is an adult Toon until after he tries to stop the nanny from giving Herman a cigar.
   Baby Herman doesn't have a strong opinion of Roger, nor does he seem to respect him. Baby Herman considers Roger a friend.
   Eddie embarks on a quest to clear Roger Rabbit of murder when he goes back to his home, only to find the door clumsily picked and Roger inside waiting for him. Eddie embarks on a quest to clear Roger Rabbit of Murder when he goes back to his home, only to find Roger in his bed.
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