Set on the subterranean Mine-World, a band of human worker are treated like slaves under the power of the evil overlord Zygon until one, Orin, unearths the hilt of a mythical sword that ... See full summary »
On a rainy day as Uncle Heathcliff is forced to babysit his nephews, and spends the time recounting his adventures, he meets a cat who looks just like him, one where he winds up working for... See full summary »
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Marshal Bravestarr and a female judge are sent to New Texas, a frontier planet under attack by the evil cattle spirit Stampede, who, with his ruthless sidekick Tex Hex, are vying for control of the universe, one planet at a time.
Rob Rabbit is a mild mannered rabbit with a great destiny. Whenever there is trouble, all he has to do is sprint to change into the star spangled superhero, the American Rabbit. Moving to the big city, he finds a job as a piano player in a nightclub that is harassed by a gang of jackals and their protection racket. Going on tour to raise money to oppose them, they are continually threatened by the gang. Against this, the American Rabbit must use all his power to protect them and stop the forces of evil.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The first theatrically released animated film to star Kenneth Mars, later he'd go onto voice King Triton in The Little Mermaid (1989), Professor Screweyes in We're Back a Dinosaur's Story (1993), and King Colbert in Thumbelina (1994). See more »
What's so important about this chocolate anyway?
Oooh, that's such a good question, Rodney. But tell me, do you like chocolate?
Well, yeah, sure. I like an occasional munch.
You and everyone else. The whole world craves chocolate. And he who controls chocolate controls *everything*!
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Imagine turning the American national anthem into a cartoon. Throw in a couple of cute animals, some terrible puns and a pair of roller skates and you'd find yourself with almost an exact replica of this film.
I remember seeing this when I was younger; I made my Mother rent it from the video shop about 5 times. The story itself isn't too bad, it's just that any Marxists watching would certainly have something to complain about.
If you don't like America you won't like this film.
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