Fritz the Cat (Ralph Bakshi, 1972)

USA, 78 min

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Psychedelic, irreverent, adults-only animated film based on underground artist Robert Crumb’s cartoon of ultra-hip cat. Cult favorite for its cynical look at ’60s counterculture. Entertaining for those who lived through era. — reel.com

Bakshi‘s feature film debut. His three major films from this late ’60s/ early ’70s period are each pretty raw, highly personal, and controversial. (I’ve now only Heavy Traffic left to see from this era, and I’m expecting it to be the best of the lot.)


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068612/

Dennis, how I should have gone to that Bakshi thing in the city with you! I’m such an ass.

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