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What are some other Ralph Bakshi Films besides wizards, lord of the rings, Fire and Ice, etc.


Does he have any forgotten films?

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I am Ralph Bashki fan,
                                     Here are the other animated movies by him......
1. STREET FIGHT
2. HEY GOOD LOOKIN'
3. COOL WORLD
4. FRITZ THE CAT
5. AMERICAN POP
6. WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT
7. HEAVY TRAFFIC
8. HEAVY METAL
       yOU CAN FIND MOST OF THESE TITLES ON VHS AND DVD. IT TOOK ME YEARS TO GET THEM ALL MYSELF, BUT YOU CAN TRY BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO, OR BEST BUY. I HOPE THIS HELPED YOU OUT....GOOD LUCK

                 

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Quote: from movienut64 on 6:08 pm on July 9, 2004
I am Ralph Bashki fan,
                                     Here are the other animated movies by him......
1. STREET FIGHT
2. HEY GOOD LOOKIN'
3. COOL WORLD
4. FRITZ THE CAT
5. AMERICAN POP
6. WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT
7. HEAVY TRAFFIC
8. HEAVY METAL
       yOU CAN FIND MOST OF THESE TITLES ON VHS AND DVD. IT TOOK ME YEARS TO GET THEM ALL MYSELF, BUT YOU CAN TRY BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO, OR BEST BUY. I HOPE THIS HELPED YOU OUT....GOOD LUCK


Uh, that's mostly correct. His name's "Bakshi," not "Bashki," and he did not direct "Heavy Metal" or "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"

"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" is Robert Zemeckis's deal.
"Heavy Metal" was directed by Gerald Potterton.

The confusing here is that when "Cool World" came out, critics hated it, and accused Bakshi of jumping on the "Roger Rabbit bandwagon" (which is incorrect -- Bakshi did the "cartoon characters in a live-action film" gimmick long before Roger Rabbit in 1975's "Coonskin ["Street Fight"]," and before Bakshi, Disney did the same d*amn thing with such titles as "Song of the South," and "Mary Poppins,"  and before Disney, the first use of the gimmick was in 1946 -- MGM's "Anchors Away," which featured a scene where Gene Kelly danced with Jerry the mouse, from the "Tom & Jerry" shorts).
And Bakshi didn't direct "Heavy Metal," though he is a fan of film.

But, he did direct the other 6 films.
He also directed the live-action TV movie "The Cool and the Crazy" for cable television in 1994.
That's coming out on DVD in August.

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Quote: from Isaac on 6:26 pm on July 19, 2004

Quote: from movienut64 on 6:08 pm on July 9, 2004
I am Ralph Bashki fan,
                                     Here are the other animated movies by him......
1. STREET FIGHT
2. HEY GOOD LOOKIN'
3. COOL WORLD
4. FRITZ THE CAT
5. AMERICAN POP
6. WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT
7. HEAVY TRAFFIC
8. HEAVY METAL
       yOU CAN FIND MOST OF THESE TITLES ON VHS AND DVD. IT TOOK ME YEARS TO GET THEM ALL MYSELF, BUT YOU CAN TRY BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO, OR BEST BUY. I HOPE THIS HELPED YOU OUT....GOOD LUCK



Uh, that's mostly correct. His name's "Bakshi," not "Bashki," and he did not direct "Heavy Metal" or "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?"

"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" is Robert Zemeckis's deal.
"Heavy Metal" was directed by Gerald Potterton.

The confusing here is that when "Cool World" came out, critics hated it, and accused Bakshi of jumping on the "Roger Rabbit bandwagon" (which is incorrect -- Bakshi did the "cartoon characters in a live-action film" gimmick long before Roger Rabbit in 1975's "Coonskin ["Street Fight"]," and before Bakshi, Disney did the same d*amn
thing with such titles as "Song of the South," and "Mary Poppins,"  and before Disney, the first use of the gimmick was in 1946 -- MGM's "Anchors Away," which featured a scene where Gene Kelly danced with Jerry the mouse, from the "Tom & Jerry" shorts).
And Bakshi didn't direct "Heavy Metal," though he is a fan of film.

But, he did direct the other 6 films.
He also directed the live-action TV movie "The Cool and the Crazy" for cable television in 1994.
That's coming out on DVD in August.


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THE RALPH BAKSHI FAN IS BACK,
                                                    The made for cable movie you mentioned "THE COOL AND THE CRAZY" is it any good, and is it anything like his other animated films. (please be specific) Let me know OK,Because I am interested in  it ! thankyou................MOVIENUT64

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Quote: from movienut64 on 11:16 am on July 21, 2004
THE RALPH BAKSHI FAN IS BACK,
                                                    The made for cable movie you mentioned "THE COOL AND THE CRAZY" is it any good, and is it anything like his other animated films. (please be specific) Let me know OK,Because I am interested in  it ! thankyou................MOVIENUT6


I have no idea. I've never seen it.
Here's the description from the Internet Movie Database:

"Michael and Roslyn are high school sweethearts who are now married with children in their early 20's. Roslyn's friend, Joannie, convinces her to have an affair with bad boy Joey. Joey is a very bad boy.

Summary written by Josh Pasnak {chainsaw@intouch.bc.ca}"

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RE: First I want to thankyou for your help. I am going to check this movie out as soon as it becomes available to me !! Any Ralph Bakshi film is worth checking out.......
                                     From the RALPH BAKSHI FAN
                                                    MOVIENUT64

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Here's the cover for "The Cool and the Crazy":


Internet Movie Database info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109479/

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