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Manns largely animated documentary-style film features the voice talents of:
John Goodman 8-time Emmy® Nominee (The Big Lebowski)
Ann-Margret Academy Award® Nominee (Carnal Knowledge)
Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys)
Stone Cold Steve Austin
Tom Wolfe (author of The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test)
Matt Groening (creator of "The Simpsons")
The Smothers Brothers
And many more!
Big Daddy Lives! Rare interviews with Ed "Big Daddy" Roth
Rat Fink Reunion Painting jam with Ed Roth and Von Dutch
Big Daddy's Garage Virtual art gallery
Interview with director Ron Mann
The Sadies music video
It's a pity Roth (1932-2001) didn't live to witness Mann's exquisite collaboration with animator Mike Roberts, whose dynamic contributions bring Rat Fink to life in all his wretched glory. John Goodman splendidly narrates as a posthumous Roth, looking back at his creations as numerous pop-cultural icons (Ann-Margret, the Smothers Brothers, and author Tom Wolfe, who first brought Roth to the world's attention) lend their voices to custom cars that "talk" with flashing headlights, similar to (but more reverent than) Pixar's Cars. It's a perfect way of honoring Roth, the culture he created, and the enduring legacy of his "weirdo" ingenuity. Mann's playful tribute makes it perfectly clear that Roth and Rat Fink embody a creative spirit that will live forever. --Jeff Shannon
I'll never say anything bad about Ed "Big Daddy" Roth! Love the guy! Met him at Movie World Cars of the Stars when I was about 8 years old!Published 7 months ago by Greg P.
very awesome stuff, ed big daddy roth was a pure genious at what he done, if it wasnt for him hot rodding wouldnt be what it is todayPublished 7 months ago by josh justice
I liked the vintage photos and history of Rat Fink
And Ed Roth!
everything was fine, except the disc holder was broken, so the disc was shaking around and scratched as hell. worried me.Published 10 months ago by david carlin
A goofy DVD that will appeal to ex-biker dads everywhere.Published 12 months ago by Joshua J. Merrill