When Tack upsets ZigZag the Vizier, the wizard drags him off to the royal castle, where Princess YumYum falls for the bashful boy and saves him from execution. Unfortunately, ZigZag plans ... See full summary »
As Roger runs along the top of the logs, there is a whip-pan shot where the camera passes by a poster for 'Rigid Tools' with a woman seductively straddling a saw, styled in cheescake 1940s fashion. This poster became the bane of Disney for several years and resulted in the laserdisc version of this short getting recalled and re-issued minus the now digitally-erased poster. Many VHS editions of the short still contain the full version, though it is actually only viewable on screen for about 4 frames. See more »
The pin on Baby Herman's diaper disappears and reappears between various shots. See more »
Baby Herman Shines and Roger Ruins a National Monument
This short was just about as good as the second Roger Rabbit cartoon "Roller Coaster Rabbit." Once again I was surprised to see that this one, just like the others, all had slightly differing animation styles from each other and the movie. Baby Herman really stole the show in this one especially with his fascination with the "doggy" (really a beaver). He almost reminded me of Swee'Pea from the old Popeye cartoons when getting into amusing and entertaining predicaments. The final touch at the end was a great addition with that clever and hilarious gag of them coming out of the set into the real world and wrecking Mount Rushmore.
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