The Fleischer Studios "Out of the Inkwell" is a blast from the past

Out of The Inkwell was a classic silent era cartoon produced by Fleischer Studios from 1918 to 1929.

The series was born out of Max Fleischer's invention of the rotoscope, a device made out of an easel and a film projector, used to depict realistic movement within animated cartoons.

Out of the Inkwell was a demonstration of this new technology.

"Out of The Inkwell: Fishing" features the iconic Koko the Clown, interacting with live-action footage of the outside world and the cartoonists who drew him. I love the combination of animation and live action.