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						Max Fleischer

Max Fleischer

Date of Birth July 19, 1883
Date of Death September 25, 1972, Los Angeles, CA
Place of Birth Krakow
Country Poland
Profession Cartoonist
Horoscope Cancer

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Max Fleischer net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2022! In this article, we will discover how old is Max Fleischer? Who is Max Fleischer dating now & how much money does Max Fleischer have?

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Siblings Dave Fleischer, Lou Fleischer
Spouse Essie Goldstein
Children(s) Richard Fleischer, Ruth Fleischer

Max Fleischer Biography

Max Fleischer is a famous Cartoonist, who was born on July 19, 1883 in Poland. Famous for creating the Popeye, Betty Boop, Superman, and Koko the Clown cartoon characters, Fleischer is also known for inventing the rotoscoping animation technique. According to Astrologers, Max Fleischer's zodiac sign is Cancer.

He was born in Krakow, Austria-Hungary (present-day Poland) and raised primarily in New York City. His decades-long marriage to Ethel Gold resulted in a film director son named Richard Fleischer.

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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Max Fleischer Net Worth

Max is one of the richest Cartoonist & listed on most popular Cartoonist. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Max Fleischer net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Max Fleischer Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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Source of Income Cartoonist
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House Living in own house.

In his early adulthood years, he trained at Manhattan’s Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and went on to become Popular Science magazine’s Art Editor.

Max Fleischer Height

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In the early 1920s, he created two short films that educated viewers on Darwin’s Theory of Evolution and Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.

Who is Max Fleischer dating?

According to our records, Max Fleischer married to Essie Goldstein. As of May 2022, Max Fleischer’s is not dating anyone.

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Facts & Trivia

Max Ranked on the list of most popular Cartoonist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Poland. Max Fleischer celebrates birthday on July 19 of every year.

What is Max Fleischer known for?

Fleischer devised an improvement in animation through a combined projector and easel for tracing images from a live-action film. This device, known as the rotoscope, enabled Fleischer to produce the first realistic animation since the initial works of Winsor McCay.

What did Max Fleischer invent?

The mechanically inclined Max invented the rotoscope, a time- and labour-saving device in which live-action film frames are traced as a guide for animated action. Brother Dave’s on-camera performance in a clown suit was rotoscoped into the character Ko-Ko the Clown, who starred in the Out of the…

Did Max Fleischer invent Superman?

The Max Fleischer Superman cartoons and their creators are legendary for a number of reasons. They were Superman’s first cartoons, and their creators, Dave and Max Fleischer, invented rotoscope: the animation process which is the forerunner of modern motion capture techniques.

Is Max Fleischer dead?

September 11, 1972

Where is Koko the Clown from?

Boop-Oop-a-Doop! Koko the Clown originated when Max Fleischer invented the rotoscope, a device which allowed for animation to be more lifelike by tracing motion picture footage of human movement. To test out his new invention Fleischer photographed his brother Dave in a clown costume.

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