Fritz the Cat is a 1972 American adult animated comedy film written and directed by Ralph Bakshi as his feature film debut. Based on the comic strip of the same name by Robert Crumb, the film was the first animated feature film to receive an X rating in the United States. It focuses on Fritz (voiced by Skip Hinnant), an anthropomorphic feline in mid-1960s New York City who explores the ideals of hedonism and sociopolitical consciousness. The film is a satire focusing on American college life of the era, race relations, the free love movement, and left- and right-wing politics. Fritz the Cat is the most successful independent animated feature of all time, grossing over $90 million worldwide. Wikipedia
Fritz: (to Schwartz from inside a garbage can) Good evening madam
Winston (Schwartz): Fritz thank God I've found you!
Fritz: Come in and join me Winston my love, it's not very clean looking but it's cozy as a bitch!
Winston (Schwartz): Fritz come out of there, will you please?
Fritz: To hell I say with the fuzz combing the city looking for me!, hey has my picture appeared on tv yet?, have they broadcast the alarm?, have they offered a reward for information leading to my arrest?
Winston (Schwartz): (interrupting him) Don't be so mellow-dramatic you and your illusions of of grandeur,I'm not getting in that filthy, grimy garbage can with you!
Fritz: Ok go fuck yourself!