Isadore Sparber

Birth date: N/A, Death date- August 29, 1958

- Storyboard artist, writer, director, producer.

Isadore Sparber worked for Fleischer Studios in the 1930s and 1940s. He was not credited for much of his works. He was mostly renowned for being a producer and credited mostly for his Superman cartoons, Gulliver’s Travels, and Casper the Friendly Ghost shorts. He was also the writer of a couple of Betty Boop and Popeye cartoons, being un-credited. Sparber, amongst Seymour Kneitel were noted as the leaders of Famous Studios, renamed from Paramount Pictures, which bought Fleischer studios. He was mostly credited for his works in Famous Studios. When he was credited, Isadore Sparber had a couple variations of his name including: I. Sparber, Irving Sparber, Isidore Sparber, and the most common “Izzy” Sparber.

Most Famous works: Gulliver's Travels (1939) [Writer],
Superman (1941)

[Writer],
*Casper *Genie (1954) [producer],
Casper Takes a Bow-Wow (1951)

[producer] [Director], Casper Comes to Clown (1951)
[producer] [Director], Casper's Spree Under the Sea (1950)
[producer], Mr. Bug Goes to Town (1941)
[Writer] aka "Hoppity Goes to Town" - UK, USA *(reissue title)* and aka "Bugville" - USA *(reissue title*

Bibliographic References:
IMDB, Wikipedia

Contributors To This Listing:
Zachary DeBlase

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