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But despite this, and the restrictions imposed on the film industry as a whole by the Hays Office, Avery somehow managed to produce some of the most subversive and racy cartoons within a studio system. Aided by gag-writers such as Heck Allen and Rich Hogan and animators like Preston Blair and Walter Clinton, it was at MGM that Avery’s obsession with speed in cartoons reached its demented peak. He is quoted as having calculated that the shortest reaction time for an audience to actually take something in is five frames of film.
Much of the production responsibilities were handed to the studio’s veterans, especially the ‘Nine Old Men’ (Milton Kahl, Marc Davis, Eric Larson, Wolfgang Reitherman, Les Clark, Ward Kimball, John Lounsbery, Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston). Despite its critics, Disneyland’s profits probably saved the studio which had taken another beating with the poor box-office reception of Sleeping Beauty (1959), which many considered as Snow White reheated. As before, the next film, One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) was deliberately cheaper.
They moved to Britain, founding Primrose Productions. Exhausted by the war, Koch died not long afterwards, but Reiniger lived to a ripe old age, producing silhouette animation for adverts and the BBC. Her last film, completed at 80, was The Rose and the Ring (1979) from the story by Thackeray. During this period, she also produced work with the National Film Board of Canada, including Aucassin and Nicolette (1975). She died in Germany in 1981. There were seven children in the Fleischer family, but the four who became involved in the fledgling animation industry were Max (born 1883), Joe (1889), Lou (1891) and Dave (1894), but Max and Dave were the real creative force.