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Max Fleischer's famous Out of the inkwell

Author: Ray Pointer; Winston Sharples; Alan Oldfield; Max Fleischer; Inkwell Images (Firm)
Publisher: Atwater Village, C.A. : Inkwell Images, Inc., ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Partial animation : English : Bonus edView all editions and formats
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One of the most prominent developers of American animation was Max Fleischer, whose career was well established a decade before the initial efforts of Walt Disney. Fleischer's experiments led to the development of the Rotoscope technique in 1914, which resulted in the first lifelike animation produced after the initial works of Winsor McCay. Fleischer's combination of animation and live action resulted in the 'out  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Live-action/animation films
Short films
Fiction films
Material Type: Partial animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Pointer; Winston Sharples; Alan Oldfield; Max Fleischer; Inkwell Images (Firm)
OCLC Number: 233927653
Language Note: Silent animated shorts with English intertitles and musical acc.; introductory segments in English.
Credits: Cartoon music, Winston Sharples, Alan Oldfield.
Performer(s): Narrator: Ray Pointer.
Description: 2 videodiscs (210 min.) : sound, black and white with color introductory sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Vol. 1. The Bray years 1919-1921: The tantalizing fly (1919) --
The Chinaman (1920) --
The Ouija board (1920) --
The clown's little brother (1920) --
Perpetual motion (1920) --
The automobile ride (1921). Vol. 2. The Inkwell Studio: Modeling (1921) --
Fishing (1921) --
Invisible ink (1921) --
Bubbles (1922) --
Flies (1922) --
Jumping beans (1922) --
Bedtime (1923) --
Puzzle (1923), plus commentary from animator Berny Wolf. With complimentary music and sound effects. Vol. 3. The Birth of Ko-Ko: Ko-Ko in 1999 (1927) --
Big chief Ko-Ko (1925) --
Ko-Ko the barber (1925) --
Ko-Ko trains 'em (1925) --
Ko-Ko nuts (1925) --
Ko-Ko baffles the bulls (1926) --
Ko-Ko hot after it (1926) --
Ko-Ko back tracks (1926). Vol. 4. Ko-Ko's showtime: It's the cats (1926) --
False alarm (1923) --
Mother Goosland (1924) --
Trip to Mars (1924, 1928) --
Cartoon factory (1924) --
Ko-Ko the convict (1926) --
Ko-Ko needles the boss (1927) --
Vaudeville (1926).
Other Titles: Out of the inkwell
Responsibility: written, produced & directed by Ray Pointer.

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One of the most prominent developers of American animation was Max Fleischer, whose career was well established a decade before the initial efforts of Walt Disney. Fleischer's experiments led to the development of the Rotoscope technique in 1914, which resulted in the first lifelike animation produced after the initial works of Winsor McCay. Fleischer's combination of animation and live action resulted in the 'out of the inkwell' series produced from 1919 to 1929.

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