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Tales of the Rat Fink (2006)

The life and times of famed hot rod & custom car designer Ed "Big Daddy" Roth.

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Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth (voice)
Ted Rosnick ...
Rat Fink (voice) (as Theo Rosnick)
Alex Xydias ...
Old-Timer (voice)
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Cruisin' (voice)
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Heartbreaker (voice)
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Station Wagon (voice)
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Trailer (voice)
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Heavy Chevy (voice)
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Flamethrower (voice)
Bill Weinstein ...
Bill (voice)
Marilyn Weinstein ...
Marilyn (voice)
Robert Williams ...
The Outlaw (voice)
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Beatnik Bandit (voice) (as Billy F. Gibbons)
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Tom Wolfe's Car (voice)
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The Surfite (voice)
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The life and times of famed hot rod & custom car designer Ed "Big Daddy" Roth.

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The legend of the world's greatest kustom car builder Ed "Big Daddy" Roth. [DVD box]


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DVD supplements include several RAT FINK & BIG DADDY comic strips by Mort Todd and 'Cliff Mott'. See more »

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At the end credits, underneath the Panavision logo, it says: (SORRY I BROKE YOUR CAMERA) See more »

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Features The Dinah Shore Show (1951) See more »

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The Red Room
By The Sadies
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Rat Fink Rules!
26 July 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The creator of Rat Fink was one of my graphic heroes when I was younger, I tried to emulate his style, and now, because of the movie, he still is. Rat Fink rules, and so does the director of this Documentary, Ron Mann, who has given us rockin'docs about comic books, the twist and poetry in motion. Ron is one of the rare filmmakers who manage to preserve and capture important sections of American Popular Culture. He does so with wit, incredible attention to detail, music tracks, graphic presentation and engaging editing. He also seems to capture the zeitgeist in a way that no one else does in documentaryland. Who would've guessed that a film about Rat Fink could be an artful metaphor for many of the issues that define America today? I say 10 outta 10.


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