It's a shame that Ralph Bakshi's reign at Paramount Cartoon Studios (formerly Famous Studios) was extremely short-lived. The very few cartoons he did showed promise, a great extension to what the previous producer/director Shamus Culhane had done at the studio.
One of the cartoons that managed to escape through the cracks during his short stay was Mini-Squirts (1967), which shows two kids (a boy and a girl) playing house, only to take the roles of husband and wife in a movie/soap-opera fashion, complete with organ music and overly-dramatic dialogues.
View the cartoon below. Thanks to Jerry Beck for the copy.