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Best Non-Japanese Animation
List creator: Torgo
Created on: December 8, 2004 - 12:03 PM PST
Description: I'm sick of all these anime lists. How about movies for fans of REAL animation and not of Japanese pop-culture?

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Little Otik (2000)
Not Rated
  Jan Svankmajer's greatest opus, in my opinion. It was reminiscent of Peter Jackson's earlier films at some points.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)
  This accomplished what all the Batman movies put together could not.
The Beatles: Yellow Submarine (1968)
  I am not a fan of the Beatles in the least but this movie has unique animation and just makes you feel good watching it.
The Brothers Quay Collection (2000)
Not Rated
  Unbelievable crativity and intelligence. All of Tool's videos were homages to the Quay's work.
A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
Not Rated
  Just damn cool.
The Critic - The Entire Series (Disc 1 of 3) (1994)
Not Rated
  At the height of the Simpson's comedy peak, this came out and remains one of the funniest cartoons ever released.
Heavy Metal (1981)
  This movie gets a lot of bad press but the 70's had a lot of animation that used real life models as their foundations and this is an epic film. I also suggest the film Fire and Ice along with this.
The Hobbit (1978)
Not Rated
  Amazing detailed art and for fans of the Thundercats.
The Iron Giant (Special Edition) (1999)
  The last great hand-drawn movie, as far as I'm concerned.
Johnny Legend Presents The Complete Weird Cartoons (2004)
  The title is true to its word. Very bizarre stuff here.
Max Fleischer's Superman (1941)
  Silver age animation for a golden age hero. High nostalgic value.
Plymptoons: The Complete Works of Bill Plympton (1990)
  Bill Plympton is a comedic and artistic mastermind.
The Ren & Stimpy Show Uncut: First & Second Seasons (Disc 1 of 3) (1991-1993)
Not Rated
  Take Tom and Jerry and add acid-like dementia and you get this early 90's classic hit.
Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie (2002)
Not Rated
  Former animator for the wonderful Dexter's Lab, this cartoon although not too strong in plot, is a visual treat.
South Park - Season 3 (Disc 1 of 3) (1997)
Not Rated
  A form of animation rarely ever used is the construction paper cut outs and Trey Parker and Matt Stone made their trademarks on it. I picked season 3 for personal reasons.
The Tune (1992)
  Like Jan Svankmajer, this is Bill Plympton's finest work to date. A cult classic.
The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat (1995)
Not Rated
  A show meant for kids had very hallucinagetic factors as well with golden-age animation nostalgia.
Wizards (1977)
  My favorite animated movie. Ralph Bakshi had a very unique vision that he used and started the trend for adult animation.

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