Roger Rabbit's wife in the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit?. Stays with Roger because he makes her laugh. Although married, she plays 'pattycake' with Marvin Acme from time to time (No, literally, pattycake).

This last fact was enough to lead the police to believe that Roger killed Marvin Acme. Jessica was willing to do anything to prove his innocence.

As a small side note, despite her last name, Jessica is not a rabbit. Apparently, Roger isn't called Roger Rabbit solely because he's a rabbit. Must be his last name.

"I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way."
-Jessica Rabbit

The red headed, leggy wife of Roger Rabbit in the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Jessica's your typical 1940s film noir femme fatal except she happens to be a cartoon.

There's a rumor that about the laserdisc of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Supposedly, if you freeze frame the disc just as Jessica and Eddie are getting thrown from the cab there's a few frames showing that Jessica isn't wearing any panties.

Jessica Rabbit's speaking voice was done by an uncredited Kathleen Turner. However, the singing voice was Amy Irving.

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