Watch A 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' Deleted Scene That Explains A Lot

03/04/2014 11:39 am ET | Updated Mar 04, 2014
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It's never too late to unearth a deleted scene from a movie, as evidenced by a clip from 1988's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." A lost moment from the comedy is making the Internet rounds again thanks to Cinetropolis, which spotlighted a special feature from the DVD that explains why Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) first meets Jessica Rabbit while shirtless. In short, it's because he had a gigantic toon head wrapped around his face and had to wash it off, which we have to admit looks like something out of a horror film.

The deleted scene comes with behind-the-scenes commentary about the "pig head sequence" from director Robert Zemeckis and his crew. Watch below to find out how the scene was constructed and why it was removed.

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