I’ll Be Glad when You’re Dead You Rascal, You – 1930’s

I'll Be Glad when You're Dead You Rascal, You - 1930's
I’ll Be Glad when You’re Dead You Rascal, You – ’s

paired with viper man Louis Armstrong in the mid 1930’s.

In itĀ Fleischer mixes jazz, live action, and to create an innovative, dreamlike world.

Pops or , as he was often called, was a lifelong tea head who enjoyed not just to unwind, but also smokedĀ gage, as he called it, before performances and recording sessions since it consistently fueled his ability to improvise.

Is it any wonder that the first alternative comic book artists like R. Crumb and Kim Deitch give immense credit to Max Fleischer, animator of Betty Boop, Koko the Clown, , , and ?


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