An Adult’s Guide To Animation

film reviews | movies | features | BRWC An Adult’s Guide To Animation

Fritz The Cat (1972)

Ralph Bakshi’s legendary countercultural comedy, based on Robert Crumb’s character, was the first cartoon to get an X-certificate in the US. And little wonder. The story of an amorous cat raising hell on his 1960s college campus, it features all manner of ‘adult themes’ – including explicit sex scenes. Audiences lapped it up, with the film making over $90 million dollars worldwide, on a budget of less than one million. Move over Top Cat.




We hope you're enjoying BRWC. You should check us out on our social channels, subscribe to our newsletter, and tell your friends. BRWC is short for battleroyalewithcheese.


Trending on BRWC:

Matt's New Release Breakdown: Holiday Edition

Matt’s New Release Breakdown: Holiday Edition

By Matt Conway / 31st December 2020
Matt's New Release Breakdown: January 22nd

Matt’s New Release Breakdown: January 22nd

By Matt Conway / 23rd January 2021

In Corpore: Review

By Joel Fisher / 28th December 2020
BBFC Bundle Comp!

BBFC Bundle Comp!

By Alton Williams / 21st January 2021
Pelícano

Pelícano: Review

By Joel Fisher / 14th January 2021

Cool Posts From Around the Web:



BRWC is short for battleroyalewithcheese, which is a blog about films.

NO COMMENTS

POST A COMMENT

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.