August 8, 2008

Cocktail Talk: Who Censored Roger Rabbit?

Here’s a weekend quote from a book that was turned into a sorta revolutionary, fun, and touching movie (the book’s not bad either–though, and this is rare, I like the movie better. It’s sweeter somehow, and the Hoskins is Cockney choice, as usual. Can you imagine running into him randomly in a pub in small town Britain? I’d probably faint, then wake up and buy him as many rounds as possible). Seems like a great quote to have up early in this blog’s history.


“Dominick lowered his voice and became as coy as a debutante sidling up to a bowl of spiked punch.”


–Gary Wolf, Who Censored Roger Rabbit?

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