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

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

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Betty Boop: Oh! (Jumps into Inkwell)

Betty Boop: Well Mr Reporter did ya get everything huh?

Dave Fleischer: Yes… “Eye" got everything!

Betty Boop: Hahaha!  Well so long everybody!

Betty Boop opening titles  (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop opening titles  (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop is a flirty girl in “Admission Free” (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop is a flirty girl in “Admission Free” (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop opening titles (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop opening titles (1932) - Max Fleischer

Betty Boop is smitten in “There’s Something About A Soldier” (1934)

Betty Boop is smitten in “There’s Something About A Soldier” (1934)

Kitty hitches a ride on the moon in “Betty Boop’s May Party” (1933)

Kitty hitches a ride on the moon in “Betty Boop’s May Party” (1933)

Mad fun at “Betty Boop’s May Party” (1933)

Superman is electrifying in “The Magnetic Telescope” (1942) -Max Fleischer

Superman is electrifying in “The Magnetic Telescope” (1942) -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