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									Max Fleischer (July 19, 1883 – September 11, 1972) was an American animator. He was a pioneer
in the development of the animated cartoon and served as the head of Fleischer Studios. He brought
such animated characters as Betty Boop, Koko the Clown, Popeye, and Superman to the movie
screen and was responsible for a number of technological innovations.
David "Dave" Fleischer. (July 14, 1894 – June 25, 1979) was an American animator film
director and film producer, best known as a co-owner of Fleischer Studios with his older brother Max
Fleischer (the father of director Richard Fleischer). He was a native of New York City.
Out of the Inkwell was a major
animated series of the silent era
produced by Max Fleischer from 1918
to 1929.

The series was the result of three
short experimental films that Max
Fleischer independently produced in
the period of 1914-1916 to
demonstrate his invention,
the Rotoscope, which was a device
consisting of a film projector and easel
used as an aid for achieving realistic
movement for animated cartoons.
Patent drawing for Fleischer's original
Rotoscope. The artist is drawing on a
transparent easel, onto which the
movie projector at the right is throwing
an image of a single film frame.
   Koko - 1919_Rotoscope - out of the inkwell(3.39m).mp4

Koko - 1920_Out Of The Inkwell - The Ouija Board (5.44m).mp4

 Koko - Earth Control -1928 - Max & Dave Fleischer(5.47).avi
Betty Boop. Created by Max Fleischer with contributions from animator Grim Natwick among others.
With her overt sexual appeal, Betty was a hit with film-goers, and despite having been toned down in
the mid-1930s to appear more demure, she became one of best known cartoon characters in the
world and remains popular today
Betty Boop is known as the first and one of the most famous sex symbols on the animated
screen; she was a symbol of the Depression era, a reminder of the more carefree days of Jazz
Age flappers.
Betty Boop was modeled on superstar actress Clara Bow, the It-girl whose sweet and seductive
baby-doll looks was a well established marquee at the time.
        Betty Boop_1933 in Snow White (7.03m).avi

Betty Boop_1934_Banned Cartoon For Drug Use (6.28m).mp4

        Betty Boop - Banned Cartoon-(6.36m).mp4
                                                                 E. C. Segar 1894 –1938
                                                                 American cartoonist, best known as the creator
                                                                 of Popeye, a character who first appeared in
                                                                 1929 in his comic strip Thimble Theatre.

Popeye was the sailor that got Super Powers from eating
Spinach. E. C. Segar’s comic strip was turned into film by the
Fleischer Studios.
Popeye_1936_the Sailor Meets Sinbad the Sailor (16.16m)
Created by American writerJerry Siegel and Canadian-born American artist Joe Shuster in 1932 while both
were living in Cleveland, Ohio.

Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster first created a bald telepathic villain bent on dominating the entire world.
He appeared in the short story "The Reign of the Super-Man" from Science Fiction #3, a science
fiction fanzine that Siegel published in 1933.
 The first eight cartoons were produced by Fleischer Studios. In 1942, Fleischer Studios was dissolved and
reorganized as Famous Studios, which produced the final nine shorts. These cartoons are seen as some of
           the finest, and certainly the most lavishly budgeted, animated cartoons produced during
                                   The Golden Age of American animation.
Fleischer Superman Cartoons- First Flight - Part 1_2(6.34m).mp4

Fleischer Superman Cartoons- First Flight - Part 2_2(6.21m).mp4

         Superman - The Mad Scientist (10.28m).mp4

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