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Harman-Ising Productions, Ltd. was an animation studio run by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising.

History

The studio was formed after Winkler Pictures was removed from the production of Universal Pictures's Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons.

Harman and Ising lent their former ink-and-painters to Walt Disney Productions while Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was behind schedule. In addition, Disney contracted out the production of three Silly Symphony shorts - "Merbabies", "Pipe Dreams", and "The Little Bantamweight" - to Harman-Ising Productions. Of the three, Disney only kept one ("Merbabies"). The other two were released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as part of their Happy Harmonies series.

The company went defunct when Harman and Ising started working at MGM's cartoon studio.

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