You are not going to want to miss the latest exhibit in the Fleischer Studios Museum!
This exciting exhibit centers on a short 1938 film produced by Popular Science and featuring Fleischer Studios. The film, which you can watch in its entirety, offers a tour of the Studios' then newly-built, state-of-the-art Miami studio, designed by Max Fleischer himself.
Filmed as Fleischer Studios was hard at work on the first film it would complete in its new Miami home (Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp), this documentary-style piece also provides a rare opportunity to witness the complex process by which art and technology come together to bring animated worlds, characters and stories to wonderful life.
After you've seen how the artists at Fleischer Studios made the magic, watch Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp in its entirety. Don't miss this opportunity to follow the creation of this very special, two-reel, full-color, Popeye classic from beginning to end!
Answer: Max Fleischer's children: Ruth and Richard!
Taken about 1918 (& likely on Flag Day), this would have been taken only about
three years after President Wilson first declared July 19th as Flag Day.
Ruth went on to work in Fleischer Studios (she was also a performer and was played a featured role in the Carrie of the Chorus series), and married Head Animator Seymour Kneitel.
Richard went on to become an award-winning film director whose credits include
movie classics such as 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), The Narrow Margin (1952), Soylent Green (1973), The Vikings (1958), Compulsion (1959), Fantastic Voyage (1966) and The Boston Strangler (1968).