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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation was Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's third attempt at an animation division, following the famous Golden age studio and the Chuck Jones run Sib Tower 12, later known as MGM Animation/Visual Arts, and its only wholly-owned operation since Ted Turner bought the pre-1986 library (which now lies with Warner Bros.).

It was founded as a low-budget studio to produce kids' cartoons culled from MGM's then-growing library, but neither it nor its product really made much of an impact (the closest to doing so being the All Dogs Go to Heaven franchise), and the studio was all but dead by 2002.

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