Understanding Ralph Bakshi – Part 1: Fritz The Cat

Ralph Bakshi is one of the most controversial figures in the field of animation. He is simultaneously considered both the guy who saved animation during one of its lowest points (the 70s) but also as the guy who ruined it forever, spawning countless imitators of its “bad taste”, especially in the television format. Considered too … Continue reading Understanding Ralph Bakshi – Part 1: Fritz The Cat

Fleischers’ “Gulliver’s Travels” (1939) Review

After the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), the world of animation and cinema changed drastically. Walt Disney and his team of animators were able to prove to Hollywood that animation didn’t have to be restricted to short stories of six or seven minutes and that it could explore several different genres … Continue reading Fleischers’ “Gulliver’s Travels” (1939) Review