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Classic Disney animation from the 1940s,
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This review is from: Make Mine Music [VHS] (VHS Tape)
Both "Make Mine Music" (1946) and "Melody Time" (1948) are collections of short animations set to popular music of the time. They are a continuation of the Silly Symphonies of the 1930s, and like them gave the Disney animators a chance to try out new ideas and graphic styles. The most interesting section in this film is "All the Cats Join In", an animation by Fred Moore to swing music by the Benny Goodman orchestra. Probably the only section that will much appeal to kids is "Peter and the Wolf". The rest of the film is really for those of us who like animation, or 1940s music. The video is something of a cheat as one whole section is missing ("The Martins and the Coys"). This omission is neither mentioned nor explained on the cover. It cannot be due to film damage as the whole film was broadcast in the UK in 1999.
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Initial post: 20 Sep 2011 17:11:04 BDT
An UNCUT version of Make Mine Music was released by Disney Sverige (Sweden) and has all 10 parts including THE MARTINS AND THE COYS.
You can buy it at: dvd-shoppen.com
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