Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933) - by Max Fleischer


"Betty Boop’s Halloween Party" (1933)

"Betty Boop’s Halloween Party" (1933)

Making jack-o-lanterns for “Betty Boop’s Halloween Party” (1933)


“Swing You Sinners" (1930) - by Max Fleischer

Swing You Sinners" (1930) - by Max Fleischer


Betty Boop knows how to throw a cold shoulder in “Red Hot Mama” (1934)

Betty Boop knows how to throw a cold shoulder in “Red Hot Mama” (1934)


Betty Boop knows how to throw an icey stare in “Red Hot Mama” (1934)

Betty Boop knows how to throw an icey stare in “Red Hot Mama” (1934)


"Minnie The Moocher" (1932) - Max Fleischer

"Minnie The Moocher" (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop in “Betty In Blunderland” (1934)


"Hoppity Goes To Town" (1941) - The Fleischer Brothers

"Hoppity Goes To Town" (1941) - The Fleischer Brothers


"Minnie The Moocher" (1932) - Max Fleischer

"Minnie The Moocher" (1932) - Max Fleischer


Spooky spooks in Max Fleischer’s “Swing You Sinners” (1931)

Spooky spooks in Max Fleischer’s “Swing You Sinners” (1931)


Superman saves Lois Lane in “The Mechanical Monsters” (1941) -Max Fleischer

Superman saves Lois Lane in “The Mechanical Monsters” (1941) -Max Fleischer


Betty Boop opening titles (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop opening titles (1932) - Max Fleischer

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1930’s Fleischer Studios Betty Boop & Bimbo wood composition jointed dolls

theholeinbabyshead:

1930’s Fleischer Studios Betty Boop & Bimbo wood composition jointed dolls

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Color Classics were a series of Technicolor animated shorts produced by Fleischer Studios as a competitor to Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies. Many of the cartoons used Max Fleischer’s Stereoptical process, which created an illusion of depth by animating against 3D background sets.

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