Forgotten beauties: Jessica Rabbit

Published: 30th Jan, 2009

One heck of a ‘toon


Without exception, every single child has spent hours sketching their ideal partner. Boys favour the legs-akimbo stick drawn prostitute, while girls have been known to wile away entire years perfecting the dream cheekbone in charcoal and water colours, before committing fully to oils on canvas. Hence, it seemed a little unfair when Jessica Rabbit turned up opposite Bob Hoskins in Who Framed Roger Rabbit? – all those boyhood dreams burst into fruition, she was perfect, while the girls got nothing – just an actual rabbit. Still, let’s not veer too far from those astonishing curves, that husky Kathleen Turner voice, and the one half of her hair draped sensually on her face. She had the lot. On the downside, she was a drawing, not a person.

Of course, as usual, we’re not going to give the gents curves and deep, deep sexuality, without throwing the women someone macho. Below is Tom Selleck.


You’re welcome.

Josh Burt
About the author:
Josh has been a writer and journalist for the best part of twenty years and has written for modern staples like FHM and Cosmopolitan and The Daily Telegraph and The Sun. He has also written a small handful of so-so books that you can still buy.

2 Responses to Forgotten beauties: Jessica Rabbit

  1. Avatar dave says:

    curves – check. Sexuality – check. Face? Come on…

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