Alternate Title: Koko And The ChinamanThe Chinaman (Koko And The Chinaman) (1920) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical ShortShort
- Traditional Animation
- Bray Studios
- Distributed by: Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs
- Cartoon Characters: The Clown, Chinese Character.
- Live-Action Characters: Max Fleischer, Artist.
- Directed By Max Fleischer.
- Produced By J. R. Bray.
- Animated By Max Fleischer, Roland Crandall.
- Written By Max Fleischer.
- Originally Released on March 19, 1920.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 5:12 minutes.
- Black & White
A kooky artist applies as a portrait artist. While looking at his samples, Max sets aside a cartoon drawing of a Chinese man. The artist then offers to draw Max, and the clown pops out of the inkbottle. Seeing the Chinaman, the Clown feels his position being... (more)
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Silent cartoon. A combination live-action and animated series created by Max Fleischer, it proved to be one of the most popular silent cartoons. The shorts usully started off with The Clown (who would eventually become Ko-Ko) antagonizing the... (more)
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