Trail Mix-Up
Studio: Disney Release Date : March 12, 1993 Series: Roger Rabbit
  1. General Info

Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted

Associated Studios

Amblin Entertainment / Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida

Synopsis

Baby Herman and Roger go camping and exploring the great outdoors, which in this case includes a wild ride down a sawmill flume.

Characters

Roger Rabbit
(Voice: Charles Fleischer)
Jessica Rabbit
(Voice: Kathleen Turner)
Droopy
(Voice: Corey Burton)
Baby Herman
(Voice: Lou Hirsch)

Distributor(s)

Buena Vista Distribution

Trivia

  • This short played ahead of the film, "A Far Off Place."

Video Information

VHS

United States

The Best of Roger Rabbit

Germany

It's Roger Rabbit!

France

Il Etait Une Fois Roger Rabbit

Italy

Ecco Roger Rabbit!

Laserdisc (CAV)

Japan

Donald in Mathmagicland

Laserdisc (CLV)

United States

The Best of Roger Rabbit

DVD

United States

Who Framed Roger Rabbit Vista Series 2-Disc Set

Germany

Falsches Spiel mit Roger Rabbit

Italy

Chi Ha Incastrato Roger Rabbit

BluRay Disc

United States

Who Framed Roger Rabbit 25th Anniversary

Technical Specifications

MPAA Rating: G
Animation Type: Combined Live-Action and Standard Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
Color Type: Technicolor
Sound Type: Stereo: Dolby
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

Reviews and Comments

From Jason Schirle :

The last Roger Rabbit short to be released theatrically, this short is packed with several goofy sight-gags that are only visible when paused or still framed on video or laserdisc. These momentary '2 frame cameos' include apppearances by Mickey Mouse, Tinkerbell and Evinrude (from The Rescuers), references to Splash Mountain, and a risque advertisement for saw blades featuring a Jessica-like model.

From jimmymac :

This is one of the best animated shorts starring Roger Rabbit that was created, but sadly it was the last, maybe his adventures will resurface someday. I give this cartoon a 10. However, I noticed a few things changed or altered from the video version to the DVD version. They are small changes, probably even not worth mentioning, but changes nevetheless. I loved the tons of inside jokes the animators included within frames throughout the entire cartoon, but one change kind of bothers me, the scene where the trio are about to ride the log down the flume, there is a close up on Baby Herman, (there are Mickeys in his eyes) then Roger (there are skull and crossbones in his eyes.) The DVD version does not have the Roger eye gag. Why not? Another change is right before this scene where there is a poster of a model on a saw that is blurred.

From Mr. Penguin :

Strange joke: wanted poster of little boy ... I give this cartoon a 6 out of ten.

From Baruch Weiss :

While parts of this cartoon can be side splitting, I don't care for the part where a beehive lands on Roger's head.

From Austin Long :

I love this short. I love the beaver, and his oblivious nature. I think this is a greatly done masterpiece. 10 out of 10.

From Brad Watkins :

Sadly, the only Roger Rabbit cartoon I saw in the theater was Tummy Trouble. Finally, I saw the others on Video. Trail Mix-Up unfortunately was the last one. I hope they make Roger Rabbit cartoons again, or at least give him a TV Show. I liked this one, although the parts with the bear weren't that funny. The beaver was okay, just because he was unaffected by the events happening. I howled when Roger got sawed into all those little Rabbits. Then, suddenly, he came together again and cried "Baby", while the last little Roger went "HERMAN." Hilarious!

From Paul Mular :

I believe the DVD release also removes the Disneyland bumper sticker from the log they are riding. It is on the Laserdisc release.

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History

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        Sources

        Barry Cook: Director
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        Charles Fleischer: Voices
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        April Winchell: Voices
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        Kathleen Turner: Voices
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        Corey Burton: Voices
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        Frank Welker: Voices
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        Lou Hirsch: Voices
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        Rob Minkoff: Co-Executive Producer
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        Thom Enriquez: Visual Development
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        Rob Minkoff: Story
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        Barry Cook: Story
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        Mark Kausler: Story
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        Patrick A. "Pat" Ventura: Story
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        Bruce Broughton: Music
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        Steven Spielberg: Executive Producer
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        Frank Marshall: Executive Producer
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        Kathleen Kennedy: Executive Producer
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        Robert Walker: Layout Supervisor
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        Tom Bancroft: Character Animation
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        Aaron Blaise: Character Animation
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        Lou Dellarosa: Character Animation
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        Mark Henn: Character Animation
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        Mark Kausler: Character Animation
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        Alex Kupershmidt: Character Animation
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        Greg Manwaring: Character Animation
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        Barry Temple: Character Animation
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        Dan M. Wawrzaszek: Character Animation
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        Pam Coats: Associate Producer
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        Ric Sluiter: Art Direction
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        Robert E. Stanton: Background Supervisor
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