Max Fleischer (born on July 19, 1883 in Krakow, Poland - died on September 11, 1972 in Los Angeles, California, USA) was a Polish-American animator, inventor, film director and producer. His cartoons fell under public domain and thus were used for music videos in Shining Time Station. He was the head of his own animation company known as Fleischer Studios, which was responsible for bringing the likes of "Superman", "Betty Boop", "Popeye" and "Koko the Clown" to the movie screens and was the innovator for the animation technique known as rotoscoping.
He died on September 11, 1972 at the age of 89 in Los Angeles, California.
His cartoon were featured in the following episodes:
- And the Band Played Off
- Whistle While You Work
- Ring in the Old
- Just Wild About Harry's Workshop
- Word's Out