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An article regarding Hugh Harman (1903 1982) and Rudy Ising (1903 1992), a team of Oscar winning animators best known for founding the animation studios at Warner Brothers and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Prophetically, Hugh Harmon remarked:

"The significance of the animated cartoon can be realized only when we consider its world wide appeal and power of influence."

The same year this article went to press, Harmon-Ising produced their much admired anti-war cartoon, "Peace on Earth".

     



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Hugh Harmon & Rudolf Ising: Animators (Film Daily, 1939)

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