NINE LIVES OF FRITZ THE CAT BLU RAY 1080P!!
NINE LIVES OF FRITZ THE CAT BLU RAY 1080P!!

NINE LIVES OF FRITZ THE CAT BLU RAY 1080P!!

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The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat is a 1974 American adult animated anthology comedy film directed by Robert Taylor as a sequel to Fritz the Cat, adapted from the comic strip by Robert Crumb. The only two people involved in the first film to work on the sequel were voice actor Skip Hinnant, and producer Steve Krantz. The film's music score was composed by jazz musician Tom Scott, and performed by Scott and his band The L.A. Express.

Like the first film, The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat focuses on Fritz (voiced by Hinnant), a fraudulent womanizer and leftist, who is shown in this film to have married an unpleasant woman, with whom he shares an apartment with their infant son. Unlike the first film, The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat adopts a non-linear narrative and is presented as an anthology of loosely connected short stories, connected as cannabis-induced fantasies which occur as Fritz's spouse berates him. The stories depict Fritz as a Nazi stormtrooper, a rich Playboy, an astronaut heading to Mars, and in an alternate reality in which New Jersey has seceded from the United States as an entirely African American state. Except for the wraparound segment, none of the film's storylines are based on Robert Crumb's comics, and he was not credited on this film.