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Bobby's Girl is an unfinished animated film produced by Ralph Bakshi and John Kricfalusi. The film was supposed to be a parody of popular 80's teen films like 16 Candles and The Breakfast Club.
Why It Was Cancelled
- Jeff Sagansky, the president of TriStar Pictures at the time, didn't accept Bakshi's offer of $150,000 for the film's production.
- The new executives at TriStar didn't like the premise and ended up cutting off Bakshi's finances.
- Bobby's Girl was reworked into a primetime series called Suzy's in Love.
- The film was permanently cancelled and production was never complete.