Make Mine Music
NR | 74 min | Saturday, April 20, 1946
The eighth animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, Make Mine Music was released in 1946.
The ten segments which comprise Make Mine Music are unrelated, other than having music as their basis.
The ten segments are: "A Rustic Ballad", the story of a feud between two "hillbilly" families; "A Tone Poem", featuring a peaceful bayou; "A Jazz Interlude" follows teenage bobby-soxers dancing at a malt shop; "A Ballad in Blue", a somber homage to lost love; "A Musical Recitation" which tells the classic story of "Casey At the Bat"; "Ballade Ballet", featuring ballet dancers in silhouette; another classic, "Peter and the Wolf" is the foundation of "A Fairy Tale with Music"; "After You've Gone" a lively short starring four musical instruments racing across a jazzy, surreal playground; "A Love Story", an amusing tale of two hats falling in love while on display in a department store window; and the final segment, "Opera Pathetique", which follows Willie the Whale, whose aspiration is to sing at the Metropolitan Opera.
Disney Movie Rating:
65.35 out of 100. Total of 71 votes.
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