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Birth of An Industry: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Rise of American Animation

Nicholas Sammond, Author

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Fleischer Studios

Out of the Inkwell Films, renamed Fleischer Studios in 1929, was founded by brothers- Dave and Max Fleischer, in 1921. The Fleischers’ studio was one of the most influential and successful animation studios in the silent era as well as in the Golden Age of animation.  The beginning of Out of the Inkwell Films can be traced back to 1915 when The Fleischers invented the rotoscope. This device, which assisted in making lifelike animation, was such an important invention that it landed the Fleischer brothers a contract with Bray Studio in 1919 to produce their own series, which they called Out of the Inkwell.

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