Tulio Raggi was a Cuban cartoonist, illustrator and director of animated films. He was born in 1938 in La Habana, Cuba, and was one of the driving forces behind the comics supplement Muñequitos de Revolución with his series 'Hindra' in 1964-1965. He also published comic stories in Fantásticos ('Los misterios de la Luna'), Pionero ('Donde las dan') and Cómicos ('Rompecoco'), sometimes in cooperation with scriptwriters like Sergio Hernández and Juan Padrón Blanco. He is best-known for writing and directing animated films like 'El paso del Yabebirí' (1987), 'Filminuto 53' (2002), 'Filminuto 44' (1999) and 'El negrito cimarrón y la seda del marqués' (2004).
Hindra (Muñequitos de Revolución, 1964)