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Out of the Inkwell The Max Fleischer Story (Proof)

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Out of the Inkwell The Max Fleischer Story (Proof)
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Los Angeles: Richard Fleischer, . First edition 4to. Plastic spiral ring-bound biography of the great animator, Max Fleischer written by his son. This scarce proof copy is 218 pages long, printed on rectos only and simply bound in a plastic spiral binding with clear acetate cover. He wrote this in 2001. The book would ultimately be published by the University of Kentucky in 2005 and would contain 232 pp. Max Fleischer was a cartoonist and animator who was perhaps best known for his renderings of such characters as Betty Boop, Superman and Koko the Clown. Fine condition. Fine Paperback (Item ID: 24215)


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