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The read haired diva walked out of her dressing room and into the sea of flashing lights of cameras and screaming fans. She smiled and signed autographs and hugged some people she decided were not crazy. But one fan in particular caught her attention (you)
[[Yeah I brought Jessica back to life! I'm redoing her relations. If you want a spot please ask :'D]]
The Jessica Rabbit Store, entitled Jessica's, was once part of Pleasure Island, Disney’s nightclub attraction and shopping area. The store featured nothing but Jessica Rabbit merchandise, from her own signature nightgowns and jewelry to shower curtains and beach towels. A giant two-sided neon Jessica sign with sequined dress and swinging leg sat atop the light purple colored building. A floor to ceiling windowed corner of the store allowed light to shine in during the day. Another corner of the store had a large stage door with Jessica’s name on it. The inside was art deco in style and was very similar to designs used in the film's Ink and Paint Club scene. There was a cardboard cutout of Jessica reclining above the cash register area and another of Jessica, Roger, and Benny the Cab. Cast members wore regular uniforms, and there were no special shopping bags or print material for the store other than mention in the Pleasure Island guide map where they invited people to visit. The store was abruptly closed some time in 1992. The large neon Jessica sign was relocated to another area of the park alongside a Pleasure Island Tonight! sign where it stayed for many years until it was removed in June 2006. Tomart's Disneyania Magazine #66 featured a special article about the store complete with merchandise pictures and interior photos.