Hugh Harman (August 31, 1903 – November 25, 1982) was an American animator. He was known for creating the Warner Bros. Cartoons and MGM Cartoons  studios and his collaboration with Rudolf Ising during the Golden Age of American animation. Career He began his work with Walt Disney in 1922, working on Disney's early Laugh-O-Gram Cartoons.
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Hugh Harman was one of the pioneers of animation. While not a great animator, (compared to co-worker, Rudolf Ising) he was present during the early days. He began his work with Walt Disney in 1922, working on Disney's early Laugh-o-Gram toons.
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August 31, 1903 · Pagosa Springs, Colorado, USA Died November 25, 1982 · Chatsworth, California, USA (complications from an illness) Mini Bio Hugh Harman was one of the pioneers of animation. While not a great animator, (compared to co-worker, Rudolf Ising) he was present during the early days.
- August 31, 1903
- November 25, 1982
Birthday: Aug 31, 1903. Birthplace: Pagosa Springs, Colorado, USA. Generally considered the more artistic half of Harman-Ising (reads "harmonizing") Cartoons, a creative partnership ranking with ...
Other articles where Hugh Harman is discussed: Looney Tunes: …subcontracted the work to animators Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising, who were using the then novel innovation of synchronized sound to create animated talkies. Their first animated film for Schlesinger, Sinkin’ in the Bathtub (1930), featured Bosko, a wide-eyed character that bore an uncanny resemblance to Otto Messmer’s Felix the…
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Nov 30, 1982 · Hugh Harman, the Oscar-winning creator of the ''Looney Tunes'' cartoons, died Thursday at his home in Chatsworth after a long illness. He was 79 years old.