Fritz the Cat Reviews
Seeing this on film now that digital projection has taken over theaters, I was in awe of the rich, varied colors and sharp lines in what was, admittedly, on-the-cheap animation. It's a shame hand drawn animation doesn't have a chance at high quality presentation anymore.
The film also supposedly parodies Walt Disney Animation at some points, or just simply insults the grand animation empire; the way I see it, this film has no authority to make such a statement against Disney, and I usually try to support indie features over big corporate projects. I know Bakshi is better than this, and I'm sorry to all fans of the film, but I cannot recommend the film beyond some of its animation and historical significance.
Even though this is not the crudest film I've ever seen, I still feel unclean after seeing it and I never want to watch the film ever again.