This has really been bugging me today, and I can't stop thinking about it. Who else was traumatized as a kid by the scene in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" where Christopher Lloyd kills that poor, innocent cartoon shoe for no reason? That really bothered me as a kid, and it still does to this day. It's odd, because I'm one of the people who says that you don't need to be quite as gentle with kids as some people think, and that most children will surprise you with the amount of scares they can shrug off. However, oddly enough, this one scene really did trouble me as a child, and still does to this day. Is this normal? Does anybody else feel oddly angry and depressed whenever they think of this scene, even as an adult? If not, are there any other movies/scenes that still bother you from your childhood?