Video: Trickle Dickle Down, Ralph Bakshi’s New Short

Last month I reported on recruitment for Bakshi Blues, a new project by Ralph Bakshi, the director of Fritz the Cat, Heavy Traffic and American Pop. I was wondering just what the project would be, and today we’ve all found out.

It’s going to be a series of animated shorts, featuring both old and new characters. The first of these, Trickle Dickle Down, has been published by Bakshi today. Here’s his announcement:

And here’s the toon, which certainly speaks for itself. The last bit of audio before the end credits goes beyond speaking to flat-out hollering, even.

Glad to have Bakshi back. And glad that he’s still angry, because there’s still a lot to be angry about.

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