Sally Cruikshank’s zany animation style is distilled into its pure crystalline form in this short. It’s a psychedelic experience with so much going on that very little sticks.
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“Now make yourself comfortable while I congress with the spirits and make them ready for their stage debut!”
DIRECTED BY: Sally Cruikshank
FEATURING: Kim Deitch, Sally Cruikshank
PLOT: “Quasi at the Quackadero” is about a lazy, humanoid duck hybrid named Quasi, who gets dragged by his kitsch-loving squeeze Anita and their robot servant, Rollo, to the Quackadero, a psychedelic amusement park that provides Cruikshank a vehicle to explore time, memory, and dreams in a variety of cabaret attractions and horrors.
WHY IT SHOULD MAKE THE LIST: Although clocking at a mere nine minutes and 57 seconds, “Quasi at the Quackadero” is easily eight times as Continue reading READER RECOMMENDATION: QUASI AT THE QUACKADERO (1975)