The Krazy Kat Kartoon Kollection
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Shes mad for a mouse shes looney in love shes kooky as a coot shes Krazy Kat! Based on George Herrimans original offbeat comic strip that began in 1913, this bit of inspired lunacy came to life in 1962 when King Features Syndicate aired the first full-color Krazy Kat cartoon. Now 41 years later, Koch Vision is pleased to present over 3 hours of the original classic animated cartoons compiled together for the first time on DVD! Digitally re-mastered with enhanced audio and visual quality, this kooky kollection of madcap mayhem is a must have! Join Krazy Kat, Ignatz the Mouse, Offissa Pupp and all the other kooky characters of Kokonino Kounty for love, lunacy and a few bricks.
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Taken on its own, the series is somwehet reminiscent of the late 60s DePatie–Freleng Pink Panther series, featuring cheap, simplistic animation and design coupled with generally uninspired attempts at goofy antagonistic slapstick that Tom and Jerry would have quickly discarded on the cutting room floor.
On the plus side, the two lead characters are a bit unique - a surly and callous male mouse (Ignatz) and a dopey, naive female cat (the titular Krazy Kat) who is inexplicably in love with him. Their semi-abusive relationship seems like a forerunner of Ren and Stimpy, but without the clever gags and outlandish scenarios.
Judging by the other reviews, the series clearly holds up for longtime fans, but it doesn't have much to offer adults more familiar with the likes of cleverer shows like Looney Tunes. Tom and Jerry, Bullwinkle, etc. Young kids may enjoy the simole slapstick, but Ignatz's generally mean-spirited treatment of Krazy Kat, although nothing severe, may give some parents pause.
I mean what kind of a person could actually imagine creating a charachter (krazy kat), in deep passionate love with a mouse (ignatz)? Aren't cats supposed to eat mice, lol....
Now if I can just find that snuffy smith dvd, I could add it to my collection :).
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this is old school kartoons great stuff