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Max Fleischer Max Fleisher
Birthname: Majer Fleischer

Born: July 19, 1883

Birthplace: Krakow, Austrian Poland

Died: September 11, 1972, Los Angeles, California

Occupation: Animator, inventor, film director and producer

Max Fleischer was an animation pioneer, along with his brother Dave Fleischer, he invented the animation process known as "rotoscoping." He also co-founded Fleischer Studios.[1]

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  1. This company was succeeded by Famous Studios, which was fully owned by Paramount Pictures; allowing them full creative control.

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