1946 Make Mine Music Original Movie Poster US Animated Film Walt Disney Serbian

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Original poster

Serbian edition

of

MOVIE

Make Mine Music

Director: Jack Kinney, Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske, Joshua Meador, Robert Cormack

Year: 1946.

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Poster in Serbian language.

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Dimensions :

49, 7 x 69, 8 cm.

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Condition:

folded lines, worn and small tears along the borders, dog ears, creases, signs of aging

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Make Mine Music is an animated feature produced by Walt Disney and released to theatres on April 20, 1946. It is the 8th animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series.

During the Second World War, much of Walt Disney's staff was drafted into the army, and those that remained were called upon by the U.S. government to make training and propaganda films. As a result, the studio was littered with unfinished story ideas. In order to keep the feature film division alive during this difficult time, the studio released six package films including this one, made up of various unrelated segments set to music. This is the third package film, following Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros.

The musical director was Al Sack.[1]

The film was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.[2]

Film segments

This particular film has ten such segments.

The Martins and the Coys

This segment featured popular radio vocal group, King's Men singing the story of a Hatfields and McCoys-style feud in the mountains broken up when two young people from each side fell in love. It was edited out in the NTSC home media version because it had parts too intense for children, while in the PAL version, it was kept.

Blue Bayou

This segment featured animation originally intended for Fantasia using the Claude Debussy musical composition Clair de Lune. However, by the time Make Mine Music was released Clair de Lune was replaced by the new song Blue Bayou, performed by the Ken Darby Singers. However, the original version of the segment still survives.

All the Cats Join In

This segment was one of two segments to which Benny Goodman contributed: an innovative shot in which a pencil drew the action as it was happening, and in which 1940s teens were swept away by popular music.

Without You

This segment was a ballad of lost love, sung by Andy Russell.

Casey at the Bat

This segment featured Jerry Colonna, reciting the poem also titled "Casey at the Bat" by Ernest Thayer, about the arrogant ballplayer whose cockiness was his undoing.

Two Silhouettes

This segment featured two live-action ballet dancers, David Lichine and Tania Riabouchinskaya, moving in silhouette with animated backgrounds and characters. Dinah Shore sang the title song.

Peter, Ivan the cat and Sasha the bird realize that they have crossed the line upon meeting the wolf. Sonia the duck remains oblivious

Peter and the Wolf

This segment was an animated dramatization of the 1936 musical composition by Sergei Prokofiev, with narration by actor Sterling Holloway. A Russian boy named Peter set off into the forest to hunt the wolf with his animal friends: a bird named Sasha, a duck named Sonia, and a cat named Ivan. Each character is represented with a specific musical accompaniment as follows:

Peter: String Quartet

Sasha the Bird: Flute

Sonia the Duck: Oboe

Ivan the Cat: Clarinet

Grandpapa: Bassoon

Hunters: Kettle Drums

The Wolf: ...

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