The Fleischer Brothers, Max And Dave, Were Animation Pioneers Creators Of Betty Boop, Koko The Clown, And The Bouncing Ball, They Also Brought Popeye The Sailor Man To The Screen And Produced The First Feature Length Animated Cartoon On The Theory Of Relativity Max Invented The Rotoscope And For A While The Brothers Kept Pace With Disney In Performance And Profit But After The Studio Closed And Their Films Vanished What Happened And How They Developed Are Examined For The First Time In This Work For Many Years Out Of Print And A Collector S Item It Is Here, Updated And Enlarged With Hundreds Of Sketches And Storyboard Layouts Where These Classic Cartoons Can Once Again Receive The Attention And Adulation They Deserve The Fleischer Story is a modest, but richly illustrated account of the Fleischer brothers, their animation studio, why it closed down although that remains quite a mystery , and what happened thereafter.Cabarga doesn t delve too deep, and there s little new information on the studio for readers of Leonard Maltin s Of Mice and Magic A History of American Animated Cartoons Revised and Updated But that s not surprising, for Cabarga s book is from 1976, the early days of animation history, and actually came out before Maltin s book Nevertheless, up to this day The Fleischer Story counts as the definitive book on the Fleischer Brothers, for the simple reason of having no competitors. boop oop a doop
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- 216 pages
- The Fleischer Story
- Leslie Cabarga
- 21 October 2018 Leslie Cabarga