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Spicy City

Spicy City


A cross between Blade Runner style cyberpunk and film noir, Spicy City shows us a nightmarish world where man is replaced by machine, where virtual reality becomes reality, and where healthy people are seen as sources of 'spare parts' to be poached and sold on to the highest bidder.

Each episode of this short-lived Ralph Bakshi series is introduced by Raven, a beautiful nightclub owner who lives and works amongst the residents of Spicy City and always has a story to tell.
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Episode Info

Final: 1x06 -- Raven's Revenge (Aug/22/1997)


Raven is hunted down by the police for being born with an anomalous DNA pattern.
Cast
Michelle PhillipsMichelle Phillips
voiced Raven

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Creator: Ralph Bakshi
Executive Producer: Ralph Bakshi
Producer: Catherine Winder
Editor: Paul D. Calder
Casting: Jack Fletcher (3)
Music: John McCarthy
Re-Recording Mixer: Mike Draghi
Storyboard Artist: Doug Compton
Supervising Director: Eric Radomski
Voice Director: Ralph Bakshi
Musician: Gary Anderson

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Recurring Guests

Tuesday Knight as Virus (2 eps)
James Keane as Lem (2 eps)
Lewis Arquette as Farfelson (2 eps)
Charlie Adler as Rocco (2 eps)
Ralph Bakshi as Connelly (2 eps)
Pamela Tyson as Ebony Sartori/Venus Sartori (2 eps)
Matthew Flint as Stern (2 eps)

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Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: HBO ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 12:00 am
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: July 11, 1997
Ended: August 22, 1997
Themes
   
Akas
• Spicy Detective (Working Title)
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