This site is the official portal to Fleischer Studios: a celebration of the talented artists whose work continues to brighten all our lives; a growing archive documenting the origins and history of Fleischer Studios; and a glimpse into what the future holds for all things Fleischer!
In 1923, the Fleischers decided that, in addition to having their own animation studio, they should have their own film distribution company. They hoped to expand into live-action featurettes and gain greater control over the promotion, release and sale of their films. By 1929, they'd lost nearly everything. What happened? Click here to find out!
Join us in celebrating spring with this exciting new exhibit inspired by our love of man’s best friend, and featuring one of the earliest extant examples of Max Fleischer's animation plus never-seen-before home movie footage, and the story of the real-life puppy who just recently joined the ranks of Fleischer dogs! It's all here.
In celebration of Women's History Month, we’re celebrating two remarkable women who made Fleischer Studios their home… and made animation history: Betty Boop and Lillian Friedman, the first woman employed as a commercial animator! Click here to enjoy this exciting new exhibit.
Betty Boop’s voice is one of her most iconic and identifiable features, so it may surprise you to learn that six different women voiced the role of Betty during her heyday in the 1930s! Click here to meet them all them and find out who voiced Betty in your favorite films.
Enjoy this rare and wonderful selection of photos, drawings, newspaper clippings and other imagery from the Fleischer Studios family collection, including a number of photos have been in private ownership for many decades!
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