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Question 1: Dave Fleischer moved permanently to California, and in April 1942 became head of Columbia's ________ cartoon studio.
Sony Pictures EntertainmentScreen GemsSony Pictures TelevisionTriStar Pictures

Question 2: A number of the shorts turned out during this period, such as the continuing Popeye shorts and a 1941 two-reel adaptation of ________, maintained a high level of quality.
Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical AdventurePinkeye (South Park)Johnny GruelleRaggedy Ann

Question 3: MPTV was sold later to Seven Arts Productions, with rights to the cartoons reverting to ________ soon after.
SupermanDC ComicsSuperheroVertigo (DC Comics)

Question 4: Their production and distribution deal with Paramount allowed to expand on their song film format in their new ________, a continuation of the earlier Ko-Ko Song Cartunes.
Betty BoopSong Car-TunesFleischer StudiosScreen Songs

Question 5: Paramount loaned Fleischer the money for a larger studio, which was built in ________ to take advantage of tax breaks and to break up union activity resulting from a bitter 1937 strike.
Downtown MiamiMiami-Dade County, FloridaMiamiSouth Florida metropolitan area

Question 6: Much of Richard Elfman's 1980 cult film ________ is a live action pastiche of the early Fleischer Studios style.
Danny ElfmanForbidden Zone (soundtrack)Oingo BoingoForbidden Zone

Question 7: Kim Deitch, Robert Crumb, Jim Woodring, and ________ are among the creators who have specifically acknowledged their inspiration.
Al ColumbiaHarvey AwardAlan MooreFantagraphics Books

Question 8: Popeye eventually became the most popular series the Fleischers ever produced, and its success rivaled that of Walt Disney's ________ cartoons.
Mickey MouseMinnie MouseDaisy DuckDonald Duck

Question 9: Both of these series are now under the ownership of Warner Bros. Entertainment, a subsidiary of ________.
Midway GamesTime WarnerTed TurnerWPCH-TV

Question 10: The Ko-Ko Song Car-Tunes series ended in 1927, but returned as the ________ series from 1929 to 1938.
Fleischer StudiosSuperman (1940s cartoons)Screen SongsBetty Boop

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