Unformatted text preview: without getting distracted. His sketches are not very detailed and are kept very simple. I think Tantalizing Fly was very similar to Humorous Phases of Funny Faces , they were both telling a small tale. However they still had their slight differences, Max and Dave Fleischer focused on just one tale, while Blackton had three mini tales in one clip. The music in Tantalizing Fly also gave it a more driven and intense plot. If you pay attention closely you can see that the clown in the sketch symbolizes Dave Fleischer, who is annoying the animator of the sketches who can potentially be Max Fleischer. The Fleischer's putting themselves into their sketches could be Reflexivity since they are drawing attention to themselves....
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- Fall '10
- History of animation, Max Fleischer, J. Stuart Blackton, Koko the Clown, Humorous Phases of Funny Faces