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Max Fleischer (July 19, 1883 – September 11, 1972) was an American animator, inventor, film director and producer.

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latest video was inspired by modern society's addiction to technology and animations by Max Fleischer.
Voted! Now, to huddle under a blanket with the baby watching Max Fleischer cartoons until it's all over.
Just found out that the Max Fleischer "Superman" cartoons are all streaming on Amazon as one long video, in glorious remastered technicolor.
that use to be me but the i start to watch Danny Phantom and Max Fleischer cartoon at the same time,not I have two styles :D
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Max Fleischer's estate should sue the *** out of this film's producers!
'Out of the Inkwell' was a major animated series of the silent era produced by Max Fleischer from 1919 to 1929
I liked a video from Somewhere In Dreamland (1936) by Max Fleischer
In 1932, Kane filed a lawsuit Max Fleischer and Paramount Publix Corporation for using her image and her personality.
American cartoonist and bridge teacher who worked for Max Fleischer [inking Popeye & Koko the Clow] — Harry Lampert…
Ego Character Design for my latest free TG animation, Spankenstein. The style is inspired by Max Fleischer...
Must-read new post about the Max Fleischer advertising shorts, just posted today on The Fleischer Studios Blog!...
...the stuff the Max Fleischer cartoons were based on...before the Big Blue Boy Scout stuff
can he promise some 3pt shooting and a coach that will take Marc and Mike career to the max along with the team?
creates layered works basing his imagery on Max Fleischer’s 1930s cartoons.
I added a video to a playlist Somewhere In Dreamland (1936) by Max Fleischer
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like it shocks me, I'm very young but for some reason grew up on Chris Reeve & the Max Fleischer cartoons. Then the comics.
the Max Fleischer aesthetic of the game looks amazing
Well I got to introduce them to Max Fleischer Superman which they were in awe of. So I'll let em have Deadpool.
Mad props to Max Fleischer for creating a character with craniodiaphyseal dysplasia. (55 years before Eric Stoltz).
Happy Father's Day Everyone! Betty is celebrating her creator Max Fleischer, and wishing you all a wonderful day!... ht…
Betty Boop: Betty Boop is an animated cartoon character created by Max Fleischer, with help from animators inc...
Seriously, though, did Max Fleischer take any drugs?
The Max Fleischer Superman cartoons are so dope.
I liked a video The Einstein Theory of Relativity (Max Fleischer, 1923)
Yes yes. Gone with the Wind, Max Fleischer, and Max Fleischer directs "Gone with the Wind". We still love you sweety! ;3
I wonder if it's like old Max Fleischer squishy cartoons. I can't tell what that thing is in the back.
Or will we still revert back to the theatrical short subjects of Walt Disney, Walter Lanz, Max Fleischer and other?
'Steamboat Willie' is actually not the first synchronized sound cartoon. Walt Disney's rival Max Fleischer had...
I added a video to a playlist Betty Boop And Grampy by Max Fleischer
I liked a video Max Fleischer The Rotoscope and Koko the Clown - Koko's Earth Control
Starring the Max Fleischer character, coming from Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment and Animal Logic Entertainment.
The girls watched Mighty Mouse and Max Fleischer's Superman while I made these bad boys. Now to eat while we...
Max Fleischer who invented Betty Boop (in the same way Disney invented Mickey Mouse) and the rotoscope. He made Superman a lot cooler.
Betty Boop : see pictures and articles do your own research: might have drawn Betty Boop white, but her history is black. The character was actually stolen from Cotton Club singer Esther Jones — known by her stage name “Baby Esther” and the baby talk she used when she sang songs like “I Wanna Be Loved By You (Boop- Boop-BeDoo). Her act later “inspired” cartoonist Max Fleischer to create the character Betty Boop and Esther tried to win the rights back to her character until the day she died. CLARK GABLE The original “tall, dark and handsome” actor didn’t hide his Black and Native American heritage. And when he saw “colored” and “white” bathrooms on the set of Gone With The Wind, he refused to continue working until all of the cast members were treated equally . THE MAN ON THE $10 BILL For black history buffs, it’s really all about the Hamiltons. Alexander Hamilton isn’t just the man on the $10 bill, he was the United States’ first Secretary of the Treasury. His mother, Rach ...
Christmas Comes But Once A Year (1936) Cartoon Max Fleischer Production featuring "Grampy" An animated short produced by Fleischer Studios and released on December 4, 1936. You are viewing actual film in this video, with all it's wonderful imperfections, however, I highly recommend getting the DVD boxed set called "Max Fleischer's Color Classics: Somewhere in Dreamland" ► short begins in an orphanage, where the orphans are all asleep, awaiting Christmas morning. Just then, the puppy from the clock slides down a ramp and licks on one of the orphans. The first orphan shouts, "Merry Christmas, everybody!" And all the orphans jump out of bed and head to the hall, singing the title song. They grab the toys from their stockings, and get ready to play with them. However, they are sad to discover that the toys are completely broken and fall apart when they are played with. The orphans can't help but cry. Meanwhile, Professor Grampy is out riding through the snow in his motor-driven sleigh, singing the title son ...
wehadfacesthen: A photo by Max Fleischer of his brother Dave in costume as Koko the Clown. The Fleischers …
on in our Rec Room: George Burns & Gracie Allen Show 1x3; Max Fleischer color classic, vintage ad.
Voice Actor of the Day: Mae Questel. While mostly known for two voices, they are both iconic-- Betty Boop and Olive Oyl. She also did the voice of Little Audrey and Casper, the Friendly Ghost. She began as a vaudeville impressionist, doing Fanny Brice, Marlene Dietrich, Eddie Cantor, Mae West, and Maurice Chevalier. She based Betty Boop on flapper singer Helen Kane and actress Clara Bow (on both of whom animation pioneer Max Fleischer based the look and behavior of the character). Questel even voiced Boop in Roger Rabbit. Olive Oyl, she based on ZaSu Pitts.
From Action Comics to the New 52, Max Fleischer to Man of Steel, an animated history of Superman
Hollywood fun! Betty Boop and Mark Fleischer, President of Fleischer Studios (and grandson of Betty Boop creator Max Fleischer), at last night's celebration with the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce marking the 90th anniversary of the famous Hollywood Sign! Betty & Fleischer Studios were thrilled to be part of the festivities!
If Monday is such a big deal for you, you need a better deal. - Max Fleischer
TODAY on CARTOON RESEARCH: Thunderbean restoring the 1939 Max Fleischer classic GULLIVER'S TRAVELS
I added a video to a playlist History of Rotoscoping parts 1 & 2 Max Fleischer
What's your favorite Fleischer Studios animation? Do you have more than one? Since tomorrow is Max Fleischer's...
I enjoyed Man Of Steel. I liked the reinvention of Superman as a character with serious emotional depth. I might nitpick some of the stuff with Krypton and Jor-El's continual kvetching. And while there was nothing wrong with Amy Adams' performance as Lois Lane, I felt she was too pretty and too slight for the role. I wanted someone ballsier -- like Jennifer Leann Carpenter who plays Deb Morgan on Dexter. But that's because I grew up with Lois Lane played by Phyllis Coates and Noel Neill and Margot Kidder. In the comics, Lois was tireless. And when she got a hunch about a story -- like Clark Kent and Superman being the same person -- she never gave up. The Lois Lane in the Max Fleischer cartoons was pretty *** good too. By comparison, Amy Adams is too sweet. Nevertheless, I really liked this reinvention of Superman. (If you disagree, that's your privilege. I'm sharing what I'm thinking, not inviting anyone to argue.)
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 David "Dave" Fleischer (July 14, 1894 – June 25, 1979) was an American animation film director and film producer, best known as a co-owner of Fleischer Studios with his two older brothers Max Fleischer and Lou Fleischer. He was a native of New York City.   Biography Sometime around 1913-1914, Dave began working as a film cutter for the American branch of Pathé, the French company that was the world's largest film production and distribution company, and the largest manufacturer of film equipment, in the first decades of the 20th Century. Dave Fleischer was notable during the brothers' early days as the rotoscope model for their first character, Koko the Clown. He went on to become director and later producer of the studio's output. Although he is credited as "director" of every film released by the Fleischer studio from 1921 to 1942, the lead animators actually performed directorial duties, and Fleischer mainly served as producer. Among the cartoon series Fleischer supervised during this period were ...
Max Fleischer (July 19, 1883 – September 11, 1972) was an American animator, inventor, film director and producer. Fleischer was a pioneer in the development of the animated cartoon and served as the head of Fleischer Studios. He brought such animated characters as Betty Boop, Koko the Clown, Popeye, and Superman to the movie screen and was responsible for a number of technological innovations.   Early life Born to a Jewish family in Kraków, Poland, then part of the Austrian-Hungarian province of Galicia, Max Fleischer was the second oldest of six children of an Austrian immigrant tailor, William Fleischer. His family emigrated to the USA in 1887 and settled in New York City, where he attended public school; he spent his formative years in Brownsville and Brooklyn. He attended Evening High School, received commercial art training at Cooper Union, and also attended The Mechanics and Tradesman's School. While still in his teens, he worked for The Brooklyn Daily Eagle as an errand boy, and eventually bec ...
The Rules:  Don't take too long to think about it.  Fifteen Artists who've influenced you and that will ALWAYS STICK WITH YOU.  List the first fifteen you can recall in no more than fifteen minutes.  Tag fifteen friends, including me, because I'm interested in seeing what artists my friends choose.  (To do this, go to your Notes tab on your profile page, paste rules in a new note, cast your fifteen picks, and tag people in the note.)   1.John K 2.Tex Avery   3. Ralph Bakshi   4.Matt Groening   5.Les claypool   6.Andy Kaufman   7. Max Fleischer   8.Banksy   9.Trey Parker   10. Matt Stone   11.Chris Farley   12. Bob Odenkirk   13.David Cross   14.Rowan Atkinson   15.Chris Cunningham.
y'all know i have to get sentimental. i wanna thank Kenneth Dennett, Kyle Andrew Coker, Alejandro Gaona, Peter Garcia, Marc Marozzi, Alexandra Valle, Danielle Pucillo, Melissa Durkin, Nala Velez, Max Fleischer, and many more for being true from day one till i got my diploma, Imma miss you all and wish you luck for the future. live long, happy, successful lives. I'm proud of you all. so proud to say I got to meet you and be your friend!
Based on the long-running comic strip created by E.C. Segar (and less on the animated cartoons created by Max Fleischer, which were decidedly different in to...
Here is one of my favorite music hall songs AND a bonus, weird Max Fleischer cartoon which is decidedly of the era.
17 Max Fleischer animated theatrical cartoons, made in 1941 & 1942, on two DVDs. Includes additional featurettes on the Man Of Steel!
information that i found out about Betty Boop .. that i didnt know about .. Betty Boop was first created as a dog character by Grim Natwick and appeared as the girl friend of another dog named Bimbo. Betty's figure was modeled after Mae West's and her singing style taken from Helen Kane the "Boop-Boop-a-Doop" Girl. The voice of Betty Boop was that of May Questal. Max & Dave Fleisher first produced the Talkartoons for Paramount. Max drew his first comic strip for the "Brooklyn Daily Eagle" in 1902. In 1915 Max, Dave and Joe Fleisher invented the rotoscope which revoulutionized animation. It gave a much smoother, more life-like quality to the motion of the characters. Betty Boop made her debut as a sexy canine cabaret singer in the Max Fleischer short "Dizzy Dishes" on Aug. 8, 1930. In 1931 Betty's friends Koko the Clown and Pudgy, Bimbo's replacement, were introduced. Betty Boop evolved into her own with "Betty Co-Ed" when she shed her dog identity and the long ears became earrings. Betty Boop's beginin .. ...
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A Christmas present I drew for a friend, in honor of Max Fleischer and Fleischer Studios.
please review my original music track synched to a classic public domain cartoon by Max Fleischer (Popeye)
I synched my music track to a public domain film called The World's Fair by Max Fleischer (Popeye).
Those are Air Max 2013s. There isn’t a better cross trainer out, period. Amazing shoe.
oooh man max fleischer superman! what a great weird cartoon THAT was!!
I could talk your ear off about the link to Nadia and a particular episode of the Max Fleischer Superman. I l♥ve that movie!
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A little Max Fleischer before starting the stuffed artichokes for tonight.
This short film was written by Robert May and Joe Stultz, and directed by Max Fleischer. This version of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer is in the public doma...
The Perth Mint unveils the world's largest and most valuable gold coin, weighing in at just over one tonne and valued at more than $50 million.
Theatrical trailer for the first animated feature-length film from the Fleisher Studios, GULLVER'S TRAVELS. The Florida-based studio increased its staff from...
TRiViA From the 1930s to 1960s, theatrical cartoons were produced in huge numbers, and usually shown before a feature film in a movie theater. MGM, Disney, Paramount and Warner Brothers were the largest studios producing these 5 to 10-minute "shorts". The first cartoon to use a soundtrack was in 1926 with Max Fleischer's My Old Kentucky Home. However the Fleischers used a De Forest sound system and the sound was not completely synchronized with the film. Walt Disney's 1928 cartoon Steamboat Willie starring Mickey Mouse was the first to use a click track during the recording session, which produced better synchronism. "Mickey Mousing" became a term for any movie action (animated or live action) that was perfectly synchronized with music. The music used is original most of the time, but musical quotation is often employed. Animated characters usually performed the action in "loops", i.e., drawings were repeated over and over.
I love that the Max Fleischer Superman cartoons are in the background in episode two.
5 Vintage Max Fleischer Christmas Cartoons to Put You in the Holiday Mood by
Awesome drawing an artist did based on my Superwoman stories based on the Max Fleischer Superman cartoons.
One for my toon-nerd chums - this day in 1915 Max Fleischer patents rotoscope technique (early motion capture basically) ;-)
The sounds of First Friday bring Metropolis to surreal life, in this video/audio mash-up of Max Fleischer's...
Drawing a friend of mine did of Superwoman based on the Max Fleischer Superman cartoons.
Watching Max Fleischer's classic "All's Fair at the Fair". Such genius, I just love his work.
Recreation I did of the audio for the introduction to the Max Fleischer Superman cartoons.
Koko the Clown tries his hand at being a dentist.
New text recap! Here are three installments of Max Fleischer's animated Superman films
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I liked a video from Opening to Max Fleischer's Cartoon Capers Vol. 4: Toys Will Be
History of Animation 1961 - 1970 Animation News • Voice actor Mel Blanc suffers a crippling auto accident. After 3 weeks in a coma, doctors bring him around by asking “Hey, Bugs Bunny! How’re you feeling today?”, to which Blanc replies “Eh, fine, Doc!” He makes a complete recovery • Hal Seegar, an e-Fleischer employee contacts Max Fleischer about doing a new "Out Of The Inkwell" series. They produce 100 new Koko cartoons. Max was horrified when he saw them on screen, they were so bad.
Play Safe concerns a boy who plays with toy trains who tries to get on a real one but is kept from doing that by a St. Bernard that watches him. Of course, t...
"Cartoon Madness" is an excellent historic overview of animation pioneers Max and Dave Fleischer, featuring beautifully restored 35mm prints of some of their...
Ugh, argh, etc. says the new Fleischer Superman release isn't what it could be
Naughty cute cartoon character, Betty Boop, created by Max Fleischer in the mid
all of the Max Fleischer cartoons a Public domain because of how old they are, but none of the disney cartoons are.
Talking of Fleischer animation, their sublime SUPERMAN cartoons hit blu-ray this week:
Skipping sport tonight to watch amazing Max Fleischer animation on beautiful and not Disneyesque
Yes, is great, but did you really miss Max Fleischer's dazzling animated feature "Mr Bug Goes To Town" on
Originally entitled "Mr. Bug Goes To Town" this was Max Fleischer' second animated feature length picture . . . "Mr. Bug" was originally to be released in No...
You really need to get into Max & Dave Fleischer's works. They created & innovated a lot of stuff Disney takes credit for
Oh wow, the 1939 cartoon classic by max fleischer Gullivers Travels on TCM, haven't seen since I was a kid (in the 60s wise guy)
So excited to watch rare Max Fleischer and UPA cartoons on TCM tonight.
Max Fleischer's Superman is still one of my favorite uses of the franchise.
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They don't make cartoons like this anymore, Max Fleischer was a genius! Somewhere in Dreamland - 1936 via
A Max Fleischer cartoon in the Out of the Inkwell series for Bray Studios. Listed as Public Domain by Wikipedia. (A better copy than the previously uploaded...
Great vintage photo of Max Fleischer and Ko-ko the Clown! More vintage photos here:
unclesporkums: Great illustrations of Superwoman that my friend Jose Roman did based on the Max Fleischer Sup…
This gallery of images is posted to augment your enjoyment of Max Fleischer's Mr. Bug Goes To Town (1941) which will be screened on Turner Classic Movies,
When quantum viewers let us tune in to see movies made in alternate universes, I want to watch Max Fleischer's Batman cartoons.
• Willis O'Brien (1886-1962) who would later do the big ape in KING KONG released 6 puppet animated films. • Chicago becomes the worlds Jazz center. • US enters WW I. 1918 • Winsor McCay finishes THE SINKING OF THE LUSITANIA; AN AMAZING MOVING PEN PICTURE. It is animated with cels, washes, and paintings in a very striking and realistic style. This was the first propaganda film done in animation. Unfortunately the Lusitania sank in 1915 and WWI ended in 1918 so its use as a propaganda tool was doubtful and points up the problem of doing topical events in animation. • Ex-Czar Nicholas II and his family are executed in Russia. 1919 • Max Fleischer produced the first OUT OF THE INKWELL shorts featuring a clown based on the rotoscoped footage of Dave Fleischer in a clown costume interacting with Max. The clown character was named Koko the Clown in 1923. His name was changed to Ko-Ko in 1928 for copyright reasons. The interaction of a live action animator with the animation was a commonly used tech ...
Max Fleischer was one of the pioneers of classic cartoons, we owe him mainly Betty Boop, Popeye the Sailor, first adaptation of Superman in animations (Super...
Thank you to all the folks who turned out for "Detour" last night -- we had a great time with an excellent discussion afterwards. For those who couldn't make it, we preceded the main feature with Max Fleischer's "Jungle Drums" from the Superman series and a capsule of newsreels from the first week of November of 1945 (the week "Detour" was originally released.) Our next screening will be Kirk Douglas' feature debut, "The Strange Love of Martha Ivers," directed by Hal B. Wallis. The film also featured that film noir femme fatale icon, Barbara Stanwyck. FROM WIKIPEDIA: After serving in the navy in World War II, Douglas returned to New York City and found work in radio, theatre, and commercials. His stage break occurred in Kiss and Tell, which led to other roles. Douglas had planned to remain a stage actor but Lauren Bacall helped him get his first screen role in the Wallis film. Wallis was on his way to New York to look for new talent when Bacall suggested he visit Douglas, who was rehearsing a play called ...
Very cool publicity photo: Max Fleischer & Discover more in our Virtual Museum!
I am really nerding out on this cartoon show Adventure Time. It's a whole tripped-out world of Peewee's Playhouse meets a hipster Mario Bros.-type meets Max Fleischer meets Zap Comix. Here's a sample plot: Princess Bubblegum and Lady, the half-unicorn, half-rainbow flying serpent who only speaks Korean, go to rescue Finn and his dog Jake (who has stretching powers) from the clutches of the Ice King. After flying through a giant sphincter at the heart of the Black Ice Cave, they fight a giant tongue and an army of laser-shooting eyeballs. Princess locates the Ice King with her wrist-hologram tracking GPS, only to find that the evil Ricardio (a giant sentient heart with a talking face) stole the King's bones and sinews to build a body for himself in order to woo the Princess, who, unimpressed, proceeds to tear Ricardio limb from limb. Once home, Lady reveals that she is pregnant with Jake's puppies, and Princess builds a new heart for the Ice King with a built-in maraca.. Oh, and Ricardio (pictured below) i ...
On this date in history: 1930 - Betty Boop debuts in Max Fleischer's animated cartoon Dizzy Dishes.
Today ih History: 1995 - Netscape, one of the first world wide web browsers, goes public and doubles in value on its first day of trade. 1930 - Betty Boop, popular animated cartoon character, debuts in Max Fleischer's Dizzy Dishes 1638 - The Bronx, New York is settled by its first European, Jonas Bronck of Holland.
Cartoon sex symbol Betty Boop made her debut on this date in 1930. She appeared in a Max Fleischer short called "Dizzy Dishes," and she was a real dog. She'd been created as a counterpart to Bimbo, a little hound who was Fleischer Studios' answer to Disney's Mickey Mouse. Bimbo needed a girlfriend, so Fleischer drew a sexy French poodle. Eventually, her floppy ears evolved into hoop earrings, and Betty became a human, rather than a canine, flapper.
Popeye’s anniversary in the comics this month has him 83 years young, and his film career began just a few years later. Max Fleischer made the first Popeye animated series, and many say these efforts were the best. The first cartoon was nominally an entry in the Betty Boop series, she being the s...
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wishes a very Happy Birthday to Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock), Russell Allen (Symphony X), Robb Flynn (Machine Head), Ilie Năstase, and Brian May (Queen), and remembers Max Fleischer and Harold Camping, who was taken from us in the rapture on September 6, 1994.no, wait, it was May 21, 2011 and on October 21, 2011, the world would cease to be.wait, what?!?!?! He's still alive??? And we're all still here? But, I could have sworn his interpretation of the hundreds of interpretations of the bible was the real correct one. He said so himself.
Happy Birthday shout-outs for July 19 go to Queen guitarist Brian May (1947). Queen has a group star for Recording at 6358 Hollywood Blvd. (g-31) on The Zale Map. Singer Vikki Carr (1941). She has a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame for Recording at 6385 Hollywood Blvd. (e-30) on The Zale Map. "ER" star Anthony Edwards (1962) Animator/producer Max Fleischer (1883; d. 1972) May this be your best Birthday yet with many more to come and, to those who have passed, rest in peace. Danny Zale
Betty Boop Wall Decal Set: Betty Boop was created by legendary animator Max Fleischer. With her overt sexual app...
One year from today, June 14th, 2013, the Superman reboot, "Man of Steel", will open. I am really excited about this. Last July, at the beginning of the one-year countdown to "The Dark Knight Rises", I posted my year-long plan, which includes watching a good amount of the Batman shows and concluding with the movies. For this, however, I will be watching the original Max Fleischer cartoons. And that's about it. Not that I have anything against Superman; I really like the character (aside from the usual complaint of having glasses conceal his identity--but putting a mask on him wouldn't be right). I just think the five original Superman movies are subpar to horrible. The worst part is the cheesiness. And the first one included probably my most-hated ending to a movie ever: reversing Earth's orbit to reverse the effects of time. Doesn't quite work that way. I do appreciate the influence and impact the first few movies had on the landscape of the genre: taking a more serious approach, although I don't ...
Max Fleischer's Screen Song Cartoon. This is one of the first with sound. WARNING: does contains non-PC elements. Originally released by Paramount--this is t...
This video was created from public domain media obtained from Betty Boop created by Max Fleischer. "Dope Head Blues" performed by Vic...
This week Harry Knowles' basement gets even cooler when he shows us Max Fleischer's hand. You know, Max Fleischer... He was a contemporary of Walt Disney and...
Max Fleischer created me in the 1930's at Fleischer Studios. Today his grandson Mark is still running the show!...
Happy Birthday to Max Fleischer, the man that brought me to life. I love you! Everyone follow Fleischer Studios at
  Animator Robb Pratt, whose resume includes work on "Kim Possible" and "Pocahontas," takes us back to a Metropolis first mapped out by Joe Shuster, Max Fleischer, Kirk Alyn and other greats from the fedora era. [youtube=
Betty Boop-oop-a-dooped her way to the silver screen in the Max Fleischer short Dizzy Dishes on August 8th, 1930. Since then, she?s been captivating audiences for over 70 years with her inno
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