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Coonskin (1-Aug-1975)

Director: Ralph Bakshi

Writer: Ralph Bakshi

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Prison

Animated feature, not intended for juveniles.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scatman Crothers
Jazz Musician
23-May-1910 22-Nov-1986 Jazz musician and actor
Philip Michael Thomas
26-May-1949   Det. Ricardo Tubbs on Miami Vice
Barry White
12-Sep-1944 4-Jul-2003 Soulful R&B singer


Barry White   ...   Sampson / Brother Bear
Charles Gordone   ...   Preacherman / Preacher Fox
Philip Michael Thomas   ...   Randy / Brother Rabbit
Scatman Crothers   ...   Pappy / Old Man Bone
Danny Rees   ...   Clown
Buddy Douglas   ...   Referee
Jim Moore   ...   Mime


Review by Bob Colins (posted on 10-Sep-2007)

This film is the modern art in self. Is full of metaphors and anti racism. The film is beginning as a live-action film and then turns into a magical and dark world of an rabbit, bear and a fox. The film has a critical tone, but it seams ted Bakshi didn't have enough time to finish the story, and it seams a little bit weird to see photograph backgrounds with animated characters. The dialogs are great and the story is a master work.

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