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Ko-Ko in 1999

by Nicholas Sammond

This Out of the Inkwell cartoon features the Fleischer Studios continuing character, Ko-Ko, seeming to draw himself, and to battle with the environment created for him. It speaks to the self-referentiality of early animation, and to the creation of characters who are made to rebel against their makers.

Ko-Ko in 1999

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Ko-Ko the Clown travels to the distant future.

from Out of the Inkwell (1927)
Creator: Fleischer Studios
Distributor: Inkwell Images
Posted by Nicholas Sammond
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