Lou Fleischer

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Lou Fleischer
Born (1889-05-18)May 18, 1889
New York City
Died October 16, 1976(1976-10-16) (aged 87)
Los Angeles
Occupation Animator, composer
Years active 1930 - 1942
Religion Judaism

Lou Fleischer (May 18, 1889 - October 16, 1976) was an American animator, composer, and brother of Max and Dave Fleischer. He was the head of the Fleischer Studios music department[1] until the company was purchased by Paramount Pictures in 1942. He is also known for voicing J. Wellington Wimpy from Popeye from 1934 until 1940.

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  1. ^ Dial, Donna (2000) Cartoons in Paradise: How the Fleischer Brothers Moved to Miami and Lost Their Studio. Florida: Florida Historical Society pp. 309-30

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