70s animated movies

If you can find it, see Rock & Rule (1983), a weird transitional fossil between Bakshi’s streetwise, grimy, graffiti-covered 70s animated movies, and Don Bluth’s family friendly (but unbelievably weird) movies. It’s a rock opera where the characters are all Uncle Scrooge style rat-dog people. The Canadian studio that created it was Nelvana, who later on became a very big deal in the history of animation. It’s not super-great, but it is interesting and worth seeing.