“I’m gittin’ wid’ it, Carole! A really zooty, cash ‘n booty, funky and booty razzmattazz!”
A horny Jewish-Italian cartoonist (Joseph Kaufmann) has a series of adventures with lowlifes in New York, and tries to get laid by a busty black woman.
Response to Peary’s Review:
As Peary notes, this semi-autobiographical, X-rated animation feature by Ralph Bakshi possesses some well-drawn characters, impressive backgrounds, bizarre humor, and a creative mix of live action and animation. With that said, your enjoyment of the movie will ultimately hinge upon your tolerance for its litany of hyper-sexual, “grotesque characters”. A little of this kind of humor goes a long way.
- Some truly far-out animation
No. While Bakshi’s films are worth a one-time watch for their unique place in animation history, Fritz the Cat (1972) may be a better candidate as “must see” given its status as the first ever X-rated animated film.