Happy Harmonies Theatrical Series -MGM

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's first foray into their own animation department was not quite in house. Rather than build an in house animation studio, MGM hired out the already existing Harman-Ising Productions to produce this series for them. The series was planned as an answer to Disney's Silly Symphonies series, musical animated shorts with no real continuing characters shown before studio feature films.

When they left Warner Bros. for MGM, Harman and Ising brought their popular Looney Tunes character Bosko with them. Redesigned to a more human character, Bosko proved to be the only recurring character from the series.


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