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* BreakoutCharacter: Ko-Ko, along with Bimbo of the WesternAnimation/{{Talkartoons}} series, would later become a recurring sidekick to BettyBoop.

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* BreakoutCharacter: Ko-Ko, along with Bimbo of the WesternAnimation/{{Talkartoons}} series, would later become a recurring sidekick to BettyBoop.WesternAnimation/BettyBoop.


A quick history of this series can be found on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_of_the_Inkwell this article]], courtesy of {{Wikipedia}}.

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A quick history of this series can be found on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_of_the_Inkwell this article]], courtesy of {{Wikipedia}}.
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The series was popular enough to get its own Sunday comic feature, syndicated by Hearst, in 1934, but it only lasted four weeks.


* FollowTheLeader: Walt Disney's "Alice Comedies" are essentially an inverted version of these cartoons.


* BreakoutCharacter: Ko-Ko, along with Bimbo of the {{Talkartoons}} series, would later become a recurring sidekick to BettyBoop.

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* BreakoutCharacter: Ko-Ko, along with Bimbo of the {{Talkartoons}} WesternAnimation/{{Talkartoons}} series, would later become a recurring sidekick to BettyBoop.


* {{Rotoscoping}}: The {{Trope Maker|s}}, {{Trope Namer|s}}, ''and'' (possibly) TropeCodifier.

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* {{Rotoscoping}}: The {{Trope Maker|s}}, {{Trope Namer|s}}, Namer|s}} ''and'' (possibly) TropeCodifier.


* BatmanCanBreathInSpace: Max Fleischer In "A Trip to Mars".

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* BatmanCanBreathInSpace: BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Max Fleischer In "A Trip to Mars".


* {{Rotoscoping}}: The TropeMaker, TropeNamer ''and'' (possibly) TropeCodifier.

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* {{Rotoscoping}}: The TropeMaker, TropeNamer {{Trope Maker|s}}, {{Trope Namer|s}}, ''and'' (possibly) TropeCodifier.


''Out of the Inkwell'' was a major series of animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation and the earliest days of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, produced by [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Max Fleischer]] from 1918 to 1929. The series was the result of three short experimental films that Max Fleischer independently produced in the period of 1914-1916 to demonstrate his invention, the [[{{Rotoscoping}} Rotoscope]], which was a device consisting of a film projector and easel used as an aid for achieving realistic movement for animated cartoons.

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''Out of the Inkwell'' was a major series of animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation and the earliest days of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, produced by [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Max Fleischer]] from 1918 to 1929. The series was the result of three short experimental films that Max Fleischer independently produced in the period of 1914-1916 to demonstrate his invention, the [[{{Rotoscoping}} Rotoscope]], which was a device consisting of a film projector and easel used as an aid for achieving realistic movement for animated cartoons.


''Out of the Inkwell'' was a major series of animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation and the earliest days of TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, produced by [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Max Fleischer]] from 1918 to 1929. The series was the result of three short experimental films that Max Fleischer independently produced in the period of 1914-1916 to demonstrate his invention, the [[{{Rotoscoping}} Rotoscope]], which was a device consisting of a film projector and easel used as an aid for achieving realistic movement for animated cartoons.

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''Out of the Inkwell'' was a major series of animated cartoons from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation and the earliest days of TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, produced by [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Max Fleischer]] from 1918 to 1929. The series was the result of three short experimental films that Max Fleischer independently produced in the period of 1914-1916 to demonstrate his invention, the [[{{Rotoscoping}} Rotoscope]], which was a device consisting of a film projector and easel used as an aid for achieving realistic movement for animated cartoons.


* [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace Max Fleischer Can Breathe In Space]]: In "A Trip to Mars".

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* [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace BatmanCanBreathInSpace: Max Fleischer Can Breathe In Space]]: In "A Trip to Mars".



* TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation



* TheSilentAgeOfAnimation


Compare Creator/WaltDisney's own live action/animation blending cartoons, the WesternAnimation/AliceComedies, as well as Creator/WalterLantz's DinkyDoodle.

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Compare Creator/WaltDisney's own live action/animation blending cartoons, the WesternAnimation/AliceComedies, as well as Creator/WalterLantz's DinkyDoodle.WesternAnimation/DinkyDoodle.


* TheCameo: Appears as a throwaway gag in the Betty Boop short "MinnieTheMoocher", before he became a recurring star of the series.

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* TheCameo: Appears as a throwaway gag in the Betty Boop short "MinnieTheMoocher", "WesternAnimation/MinnieTheMoocher", before he became a recurring star of the series.

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!!Out of the Inkwell shorts with TV Tropes pages:

* WesternAnimation/KokosEarthControl

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* [[KokosEarthControl Ko-Ko's Earth Control]] (1928): Runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons.

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* [[KokosEarthControl [[WesternAnimation/KokosEarthControl Ko-Ko's Earth Control]] (1928): Runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons.

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