Harry Love (1 April 1911 - 27 February 1997) was an American animator who began his career at the Charles Mintz studio in 1931. By 1950, he was receiving credit in Warner Bros. Cartoons, usually as an effects animator. The naturalistic flash-and-smoke explosions in Warner's cartoons and many of the later DePatie-Freleng releases are his creations. In the 1970s, he worked mostly in film production up to his retirement after The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat. He was widely respected in the animation industry for his friendly personality plus his drafting, management and writing skills.