vintagegal:

Betty Boop: Minnie The Moocher (1932)

vintagegal:

Betty Boop: Minnie The Moocher (1932)

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mothgirlwings:

Betty Boop’s Halloween Party (1933) - by Max Fleischer

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dfilms:

Blue Rhythm, 1931

dfilms:

Blue Rhythm, 1931

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bronantha:

Squirrel Nut Zippers - The Ghost of Stephen Foster

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJzWGkgFcTU

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cesarsebastian:

Fleischer studios promo art.

(Source: cartoonresearch.com, via bigfaceallovertheplace)

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disneytoonland:

The Jazz Fool 1929

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jbaxteranimator:

Once again, clean up drawings by my lovely wife, thank you sweetie!

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Storyboards from Dumbo by Bill Peet

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ucresearch:

Welcome to the Electric Theatre
Made in 1901, Bob’s Electric Theatre is one of the earliest stop-motion films. It’s credited to Segundo de Chomon, who specialized in hand tinting his films — using a brush and stencils, frame by frame. 
From the video: Into the Archives of Animation →

ucresearch:

Welcome to the Electric Theatre

Made in 1901, Bob’s Electric Theatre is one of the earliest stop-motion films. It’s credited to Segundo de Chomon, who specialized in hand tinting his films — using a brush and stencils, frame by frame. 

From the video: Into the Archives of Animation

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"Waves of Grain"- Keith Skretch

Off topic tuesday! (or wednesday…)

To create this strata-cut animation, I planed down a block of wood one layer at a time, photographing it at each pass. The painstaking process revealed a hidden life and motion in the seemingly static grain of the wood, even as the wood itself was reduced to a mound of sawdust.”

Life moves yo.

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gameraboy:

Scared of his own shadow… The Haunted House (1929).

gameraboy:

Scared of his own shadow… The Haunted House (1929).

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bettybooplover:

  • Buzzy Boop (1938)

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fortunecookied:

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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theholeinbabyshead:

1930’s Fleischer Studios Betty Boop & Bimbo wood composition jointed dolls

theholeinbabyshead:

1930’s Fleischer Studios Betty Boop & Bimbo wood composition jointed dolls

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