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Lrus007 wrote:
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rSin wrote:
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SOVIET Cold War PROPAGANDA CARTOONS- 3 FILMS Vintage BANNED CENSORED & CANCELLED CARTOONS 2D

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Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:05 pm
My last were, Fritz The Cat and 9 Lives of Fritz the Cat. Big liar, I did watch the first episode of Simpsons, as my son was way into it back then.
Ah, more classics. I luv Crumb and Bakshi. :)

Fritz the Cat trailer...



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https://archive.org/details/fritzthecat1972_202002
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https://fsharetv.co/movie/fritz-the-cat ... -tt0068612#
Fight the ads

https://www3.soap2day.video/movie/fritz ... ml/oj13nq8
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The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat trailer...



Links for the full movie...while they last...

https://123moviess.se/film/the-nine-liv ... tz-the-cat
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https://zoowoman.website/wp/movies/the- ... z-the-cat/
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https://www.cda.pl/video/11788296f


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Will show what a moldie oldie I am, watched Fritz at the drive in's. I remember, it was a slew of the old faux biker movies. It looked like they spent $50.00 to make all of them.
I wonder if these are the first graphic comic books for adults? That got to the general public's radar? Buster Crab/Flash Gordon I think came from science fiction books. Superman, became America's propaganda bible. Popeye? I never really thought about it.

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There is a prequel to the REDLINE movie. The main two characters are one of the racing teams from REDLINE. The art style is similar, but not quite as clean. Not sure if a dubbed version exist...I've only been able to find subtitled versions.

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webeblzr wrote:
Sat Sep 11, 2021 8:34 am
Will show what a moldie oldie I am, watched Fritz at the drive in's. I remember, it was a slew of the old faux biker movies. It looked like they spent $50.00 to make all of them.
I wonder if these are the first graphic comic books for adults? That got to the general public's radar? Buster Crab/Flash Gordon I think came from science fiction books. Superman, became America's propaganda bible. Popeye? I never really thought about it.
funny the first time i hid in the trunk of a car
was to see fritz the cat. the 2nd time was for
the 9 lives of fritz the cat. was heavy traffic
cartoon that was shown after one of them.
to long ago to remember. the fun of drive ins.
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Lrus007 wrote:
Sat Sep 11, 2021 7:46 pm
...heavy traffic...
Another Bakshi movie. :)
You can find the full movie on Y/T, but you must be signed in for "age verification"

Trailer...



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All of these are great! Those real old ones like Lrus posted, are special. They show the culture of their time.
Here's an obvious one that shows current culture. :popcorn:

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Seen this in the theater as a real young kid. Some folks don't care for the movie. I like the Trippy style that captures that era.

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Hell yeah...you guys are on a roll. :tup:

Just to add...a couple links for the full Yellow Submarine movie...

https://www.thewatchcartoononline.tv/yellow-submarine

https://www.wcostream.com/yellow-submarine

Both seem to work fine...for now. :p

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