Heavy Traffic. An X Rated Adult Cartoon from 1975 about a detective who falls in love with a sexy bartender their story then turns into real life with this song as the outro. The film has a great jazz / rockabilly soundtrack to match.
Always loved this film as a teen and bought the VHS while working at Sam Goody. #sergiomendes#vinyl#classic#xrated#adultcartoon#isleybrothers#ralphbakshi
☠️1983☠️ “Fire and Ice”
☠️Director: Ralph Bakshi
☠️ Starring: Steve Sandor, Cynthia Leake
☠️Movie in Very Good condition ☠️$9.99+sh
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To those interested in the subjects addressed on this account, I highly (and strongly) recommend the animated movie "Wizards" by Ralph Bakshi from 1979. The basic synopsis is that it takes place one million years in the future following a global nuclear war that destroyed humanity. After humanity was wiped out, beings such as fairies, elves, etc returned to earth (in the good lands) while those in the lands poisoned by radioactivity are horribly mutated. The story follows two twin brothers, one representing evil (Black Wolf) and the other representing good (Avatar). Black Wolf, lusting for power, excavates relics from the past in search of power and finds the remnants of our present military apparatus (tanks, planes, guns) as well as the concept of propaganda after finding all nazi films and uses these technologies to empower his forces to conquer the good forces of magic (who are opposed to technology). His brother Avatar must stop him before he returns the world to the evils of technology that destroyed it in the first place.....it's been my favorite since 5 years old (any wonder? even then I was destined for AnPrim) and besides having excellent animation (non-japanese, which is rare these days) it contains numerous critiques on technology....somewhat ahead of its time for a cartoon movie from 1979...and is completely worth a watch. It's available on piratebay (I currently seed the file and will foreve, so a very quick download) and I guarantee you'll not be disappointed. #ralphbakshi#ralphbakshiwizards#rotoscoping#nature#naturevstechnology#nuclearapocalypse#animation#movies#animatedmovies#anticivilization#anarchoprimitivism#fantasy
Cool World (1992) Directed by Ralph Bakshi.
Kim Basinger as Holli Would (voice).
Ralph Bakshi was almost fired and sued by Frank Mancuso Jr. for punching him in the nose after he told him this film was being changed.
Traci Lords was in contention for the role of Holli Would, but lost out to the more widely recognized Kim Basinger
“Wizards” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack- Andrew Belling (1977/2017)// Ralph Bakshi’s animated masterpiece, “Wizards” was released in select cinemas in the US in 1977, finding it’s primary audience in the young psychedelics of the time. Blending hand painted animation cels with colorized Nazi propaganda footage, this film depicts a post-apocalyptic, fantasy war between good and evil, and backed by an avant-garde soundtrack consisting of rock, soul, funk, and jazz. 40th anniversary of Ralph Bakshi’s “Wizards,” pressed on black wax, limited to 2,000.
Before Family Guy, before South Park, before Heavy Metal, there was Fritz the Cat. Sure, there had been plenty of cartoon cats before Fritz- cute, funny (or fuzzy), warm characters who delighted children with wholesome hijinx- but Ralph Bakshi introduced the world to a new kind of cartoon feline in his 1972 animated film. This cat was a little less cuddly, a little less fuzzy, and a little more, well… to be honest, he was a womanizing, pot smoking, cynical con-man monster cat! Creator R. Crumb used his childhood pet, Fred, as the basis for Fritz; this might be a heartwarming little detail, if you could only forget all of the truly shocking things this dirty little kitty got up to in his big screen debut. Mickey Mouse, he was not. The film was so shocking, in fact, when Warner Brothers saw what they had funded, they immediately pulled all of their financing and cut ties. Bakshi refused to compromise and worked with an independent distributor instead. Made on a budget of less than $1mil, and released amid a whirl of controversy, the film would go on to gross $90mil, influence a generation of animators, and achieve the notable distinction of being the first animated film to ever earn an X-Rating. More importantly though, Fritz showed the world that cartoons weren’t just for kids; they could tell complex, cynical, adult stories too. Good work, Bad Kitty.