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||IMDB Rating: 6.5/10 from 2,048 votes
||Release: 13 October 1949 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Animation, Family, Music
||Director: Robert Cormack,
||Stars: Andy Russell, Benny Goodman, David Lichine, Dinah Shore, Jerry Colonna, Ken Darby Chorus, Nelson Eddy, Sterling Holloway, Tatiana Riabouchinska, The Andrews Sisters, The King's Men, The Pied Pipers
||Synopsis: Segments: "A Rustic Ballad," a story of feuding hillbillys; "A Tone Poem," a mood piece set on a blue bayou; "A Jazz Interlude," a bobby-soxer goes jitterbugging with her date at the malt shop; "A Ballad in Blue," dark room, rain and somber landscapes illustrate the loss of a lover; "A Musical Recitation," the story of Casey at the Bat; "Ballade Ballet," ballet dancers perform in silhouette; "A Fairy Tale with Music," Peter and the Wolf; "After You've Gone," four musical instruments chase through a surreal landscape; "A Love Story," about the romance between a fedora and a bonnet; "Opera Pathetique," the story of Willie, the Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met. Written by Paul Penna <[email protected]>
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"Make Mine Music" is a beautifully crafted binding of Disney shorts,
and I think it is an improvement over "Melody Time". "Melody Time" did
have some memorable parts especially "Once Upon a Wintertime", "Bumble
Boogie" and "Johnny Appleseed", but what made "Make Mine Music" better
was that it had a somewhat better variety of music and that it contains
some of my all time favourite Disney moments. But like it is with
"Melody Time" the success of the shorts is variable.
"The Martins and the Coys"(10/10)-Man I loved this! Probably the most
underrated of all the shorts featured in this film. It mayn't be to
everyone's tastes now, and it does stereotype the Appalachians, but
what makes it so enormously entertaining is the fluid and colourful
quality of the animation, the rollicking soundtrack and the vocals.
"Blue Bayou"(10/10)- I don't know where to begin praising "Blue Bayou".
Whether it was the stunning animation, with the pristine and perfect
blue backgrounds, the poetic lyrics and the lyrical, sensual melody of
the song. And the music is sublimely sung.
"All the Cats Join In"(10/10)-One cool and jazzy cartoon. I am not
always that fond of jazz admittedly, but the music courtesy of Benny
Goodman and his orchestra is wonderful. Topped with clever and
sophisticated animation and the story, even for a combination cartoon,
"Without You"(9/10)- I liked this, the animation is gorgeous in this
sequence and the song itself is sweet and memorable. Andy Russell does
a good job with the singing. I will say though it doesn't rank as a
favourite, and I can't put my finger on why, maybe it was to do with
where it was placed in the film.
"Casey at the Bat"(8/10)-The pace is rushed here, but this cartoon is
entertaining. I for one liked Jerry Colonna's mini-commentary-like
vocals here, and I liked the animation too. "Casey at the Bat" is also
very funny, certainly makes a game of baseball entertaining.
"Two Silhouettes"(8/10)-Don't get me wrong, I really liked this
sequence. It is sentimental and sappy of course, but it looked
beautiful, with graceful dancing, and the song was lovely, sensitively
sung by Dinah Shore.
"Peter and the Wolf"(9.5/10)-Easily one of the better shorts of the
film. Not my personal favourite by all means, but definitely memorable.
The animation is beautiful here, the music is outstanding and the story
is effective. Not to mention the characters are very well done, in fact
the Wolf when my sister and I were little was so scary for us, my
sister still refuses to see this cartoon, as she got nightmares from
the Wolf and the French horn motif played to signify his entrance.
"After You've Gone"(8/10)- I do prefer "All the Cats Join In" but this
is full of jazz and pizazz. It's running time though is disappointingly
scant, and it is a tad rushed. The artwork is beautifully done though,
and the music is wonderful. Another example of a combination cartoon,
and works well at it.
"Johnnie Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet"(10/10)- I love how beautiful,
simple and poignant this is. Coupled with nice animation, lovely music
and beautifully blended vocals from the Andrews Sisters, this is a
"Willie the Operatic Whale"(or "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing At the
Met")(10/10)-Save the best until last I'd say. Along with "Peter and
the Wolf" this is the only other cartoon from the film I was familiar
with before watching. This one is unforgettable, truly unforgettable
with a truly special whale. The animation is gorgeous and charming, and
the singing from undervalued Nelson Eddy is outstanding. What made this
though was the opera music, it was wonderful to hear "Largo Al
Factotum" from "Barber of Seville" and "Sextet" from "Lucia Di
Lammermoor" to name a few. This was the cartoon that introduced me to
the wonderful world of opera, that's why it is so special to be.
Overall, while there are one or two sequences that aren't as good as
others, "Make Mine Music" is beautifully crafted, and I would recommend
it. 8/10 Bethany Cox
Tags for Make Mine Music! Full Movie
, Benny Goodman
, David Lichine
, Dinah Shore
, Jerry Colonna
, Ken Darby Chorus
, Nelson Eddy
, Sterling Holloway
, Tatiana Riabouchinska
, The Andrews Sisters
, The King's Men
, The Pied Pipers
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