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What Price Freedom: The History of Apocalypse Cartoons

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Contact: Dean Packis   
Starring: Dean Packis, Rosko Peeko
Director: Dean Packis
Writer: Dean Packis
Producer: Dean Packis
Runtime: 30 min
Synopsis: Apocalypse Cartoons was the world’s most obscure and disturbing animation studio. It was both loved and loathed for vile creations such as ‘Rats on Cocaine’. Little is known about its rise and fall, or its reclusive founder, an inhuman illumination with questionable motives. For the first time, the story behind these mysterious animated productions is explored. Featuring exclusive clips of cartoons not seen in decades, from the initial silent films, conquering in color amidst a world at war, the struggles with television and shifting moralities, and ultimately its long-feared return via the internet. It’s the history of American animation itself, but from a perspective long ignored by historians. This is untold story of the very worst in cartooning.
  Copyright: 2017
 
Genre: Animation, Comedy
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