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Edward H. Love (May 24, 1910 – May 6, 1996) was an American animator who has worked at various studios during the golden age of animation. He is well known for his work at Disney (1932–1941), MGM (1941–1945), Walter Lantz (1946–1948), and his work on television shows such as Yogi Bear and The Flintstones.
Love won a Golden Award at the 1984 Motion Pictures Screen Cartoonists Awards.
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