Max Fleischer

Max Fleischer
1883 - 1972

Max Fleischer  American Artist

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American Artist Max Fleischer was born on 19th July, 1883 in Kraków, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, Austria-Hungary and passed away on 11th Sep 1972 aged 89. He is most remembered for Betty Boop, Popeye The Sailor. His zodiac sign is Cancer.

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TypeTotalLongestAverageShortest
Married1 116 years, 2 months - -
Total1 116 years, 2 months - -

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First Name Max
Last Name Fleischer
Full Name at Birth Max Fleischer
Age 89 (age at death) years
Birthday 19th July, 1883
Birthplace Kraków, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, Austria-Hungary
Died 11th September, 1972
Buried Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Build Average
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Sexuality Straight
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
High School Evening High School, Brooklyn
Occupation Text Animator, inventor, film director, film producer
Occupation Artist
Claim to Fame Betty Boop, Popeye The Sailor
Year(s) Active 1918 - 1972, 1918–1962
Brand Endorsement War Training Films for the U.S. Army
Official Websites www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=7323557, www.fleischerstudios.com/

Max Fleischer (born Majer Fleischer ; July 19, 1883 – September 25, 1972) was an American animator, inventor, film director and producer, and studio founder and owner. Born in Kraków, Fleischer immigrated to the United States where he became a pioneer in the development of the animated cartoon and served as the head of Fleischer Studios, which he co-founded with his younger brother Dave. He brought such animated characters as Koko the Clown, Betty Boop, Popeye, and Superman to the movie screen, and was responsible for a number of technological innovations, including the Rotoscope, the "Bouncing Ball" song films, and the "Stereoptical Process". Film director Richard Fleischer was his son.

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NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
Max Fleischer89 CancerArtist
American
Essie Goldstein-

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
More Pep1936Uncle Max (voice, uncredited)Short Film
Betty Boop's Rise to Fame1934Max Fleischer (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Hot Ink1929Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Reward1929Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
No Eyes Today1929Animator (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko Smokes1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Catch1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Courtship1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Field Daze1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Germ Jam1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Haunted House1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Hot Dog1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Tattoo1928Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Back Tracks1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko in 19991927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Makes 'Em Laugh1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Needles the Boss1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko Explores1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko Hops Off1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko Plays Pool1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko the Kid1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko the Knight1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko the Kop1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Kane1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Klock1927Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Fadeaway1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Baffles the Bulls1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Gets Egg-Cited1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko at the Circus1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko the Convict1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko's Paradise1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Ko-Ko's Queen1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Toot Toot1926Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Big Chief Koko1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Celebrates the Fourth1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko in Toyland1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Nuts1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Packs 'Em1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Sees Spooks1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Steps Out1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko Trains 'Em1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko on the Run1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko the Barber1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Koko's Thanksgiving1925Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Cartoon Factory1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Clay Town1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Cure1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
League of Nations1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Masquerade1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Mother Gooseland1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Runaway1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Stitch in Time, A1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Trip to Mars1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Vacation1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Vaudeville1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Storm1924Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Balloons1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Battle1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Bed Time1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
False Alarm1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Fortune Teller1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Puzzle1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Shadows1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Surprise1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Trapped1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Contest1923Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Birthday, The1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Bubbles1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Challenge1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Dresden Doll1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Flies1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Jumping Beans1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Mosquito1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Reunion1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Show1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Pay Day1922Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Automobile Ride1921Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Cartoonland1921Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Fishing1921Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Invisible Ink1921Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Modeling1921Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Hypnotist, The1921Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Boxing Kangaroo1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Chinaman1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Circus, The1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Clown's Little Brother, The1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Ouija Board1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Perpetual Motion1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Poker1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Restaurant1920Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Clown's Pups, The1919Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Out of the Inkwell1919Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
Slides1919Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
The Tantalizing Fly1919Cartoonist (uncredited)Short Film
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