Fleischer Studios (/ ˈ f l aɪ ʃ ər /) was an American animation studio founded in 1929 by brothers Max and Dave Fleischer, who ran the pioneering company from its inception until its acquisition by Paramount Pictures, the parent company and the distributor of its films.
History and Origins. The seeds for what would eventually become Fleischer Studios were planted in 1915 when Max Fleischer, who was then Art Editor for Popular Science Magazine, invented the rotoscope. Max was fascinated by early attempts at animation and felt certain he could improve on the jerky movement he saw on screen.
Created in the early 20th century by brothers Max and Dave Fleischer, Fleischer Studios was a pioneer in the art and craft of animation and were responsible for creating and animating some of the most beloved characters in American animation including Betty Boop and Koko the Clown.
This is a list of the 109 cartoons of the Popeye the Sailor film series, produced from the beginning of the series in 1933 to 1942 by Fleischer Studios for Paramount Pictures.
Fleischer Studios, Inc., was an American corporation which originated as an animation studio located at 1600 Broadway, New York City, New York. It was founded in 1921 as Inkwell Studios (or Out of the Inkwell Films) by brothers Max Fleischer and Dave Fleischer who ran the company from its...
LOVE AMONGST THE INKWELLS: behind-the-scenes, romances flourished at Fleischer Studios. MAX'S FANTASTIC FAN CARDS. IN MY NOT-SO-MERRY OLDSMOBILE: the advertising films of Fleischer Studios. MAGIC IN MIAMI: Fleischer Studios and Popular Science. A BIRTHDAY WISH TO MICKEY MOUSE FROM BETTY BOOP.
Fleischer brothers, American brothers, producers of animated cartoons featuring such characters as Betty Boop and Popeye. Producer Max Fleischer (b. July 19, 1883, Vienna, Austria—d. Sept. 11, 1972, Woodland Hills, Calif., U.S.) and director Dave Fleischer (b.
This filmography contains nearly 700 titles, starting with the earliest Fleischer film in 1915 and covering all subsequent work by Max and Dave Fleischer through the Fleischer Studios years. Read more about this filmography here.
1929-42 Fleischer Studios produces over 430 films and 8 separate series: Screen Songs, Talkartoons, Betty Boop Cartoons, Popeye the Sailor, A Color Classic (including Hunky & Spunky), Stone Age Cartoons, Animated Antics, Gabby, Superman as well as advertising films for various companies and a handful of other films such as an animated Raggedy ...