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}}'''Manor Von Rotten''' is a large and ominous [[Toon|toon]] castle.
 
}}'''Manor Von Rotten''' is a large and ominous [[Toon|toon]] castle.
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
Manor Von Rotten was built in the 1930's in [[Toontown]] by successful [[Toon]] actor [[Baron Von Rotten]] as his residence. The top floor held the Baron's private quarters (and his makeup laboratory, complete with a giant high-tech 1940 multiplane camera), while the rest was luxuriously furnished and held memorabilia from Von Rotten's career — costumes, props, storyboards and model sheets.
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Manor Von Rotten was built in the 1930's in [[Toontown]] by successful [[Toon]] actor [[Baron Von Rotten]] as his residence. The top floor held the Baron's private quarters (and his makeup laboratory, complete with a giant high-tech 1940 multiplane camera), while the rest was luxuriously furnished and held memorabilia from Von Rotten's career — costumes, props, storyboards and model sheets.
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
Manor Von Rotten was first seen in 1989 in ''[[The Resurrection of Doom]]''.
 
Manor Von Rotten was first seen in 1989 in ''[[The Resurrection of Doom]]''.

Latest revision as of 05:07, September 14, 2019

Manor Von Rotten is a large and ominous toon castle.

DescriptionEdit

Manor Von Rotten was built in the 1930's in Toontown by successful Toon actor Baron Von Rotten as his residence. The top floor held the Baron's private quarters (and his makeup laboratory, complete with a giant high-tech 1940 multiplane camera), while the rest was luxuriously furnished and held memorabilia from Von Rotten's career — costumes, props, storyboards and model sheets.

Behind the scenesEdit

Manor Von Rotten was first seen in 1989 in The Resurrection of Doom.

It is unknown if the Castle was sentient as many Toon objects are known to be.

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