| Michael Lah|| Animator|
| October 13, 1995, Los Angeles, California, United States|
One Droopy Knight, Goggle Fishing Bear, The Bear and the Hare, The Bear and the Bean, Cellbound
Fred Quimby, Tex Avery, Preston Blair, William Hanna, Bill Thompson
Michael Lah Wikipedia
Michael Richard Lah (September 1, 1912 - October 13, 1995) was an American animator. He is best known for his work at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios, primarily as a member of Tex Avery's animation unit.
Lah was born in Illinois. He worked briefly at Walt Disney Studios before joining MGM in the late 1930s. His first work at MGM was in the Harman-Ising unit, working on the very last Happy Harmonies cartoon, The Little Bantamweight in 1938. He then joined Tex Avery's unit as lead animator, where he remained until the studio closed in 1957, directing a handful of cartoons with Preston Blair in the late 1940s before becoming a full-time director in 1953 after Avery left the studio.
After he left MGM, he briefly rejoined Hanna-Barbera at their TV cartoon studio as an animator, then joined Quartet Films, a commercial animation studio that created television commercials for Kelloggs and Green Giant Foods.
He was an active member of ASIFA-Hollywood, serving on the board for several years. In 1984, Lah received the Winsor McCay Award for his lifetime of work in the animation field.
He was married to Alberta Wogatzke, the twin sister of Violet Wogatzke (William Hanna's wife). Lah died on October 13, 1995, in Los Angeles, California.