MakeMineMusic

Make Mine Music

Official Release Date: August 15, 1946
Copyright: Walt Disney Production © 1946
Distributed by: R.K.O. Radio Pictures, Inc.
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Length: 75 Minutes

Cast and Characters
  Cast Character/Performance Notes
The Andrews Sisters 'Johnnie Fedora And Alice Bluebonnet'
Benny Goodman and his Orchestra 'All The Cats Join In'
The Benny Goodman Quartet 'After You’ve Gone'
Jerry Colonna 'Casey At The Bat'
Pinto Colvig animal noises
Nelson Eddy 'The Whale Who Wanted To Sing At The Met'
Sterling Holloway 'Peter And The Wolf'
Ken Darby Chorus 'Blue Bayou'
The King’s Men 'The Martins And The Coys'
David Lichine 'Two Silhouettes' Dancer live-action
Pied Pipers
Tania Riabouchinska 'Two Silhouettes' Dancer live-action
Andy Russell 'Without You'
Dinah Shore 'Two Silhouettes'
Alice Bluebonnet
Band-leader
Casey
Grace Martin
Grandpa Coy
Henry Coy
Isolde
Ivan
Johnny Fedora
Manager
Mischa
The Mudville Nine
Peter
Peter's Grandpa
Professor Tetti Tatti
Sailors
Sasha
Sonia
Umpire
Vladimir
Whitey
Willie the Whale
Wolf
Yascha

Music
Music Director Charles Wolcott
Associate Music Directors Ken Darby, Oliver Wallace, Edward Plumb
Songs by Ray Gilbert, Eliot Daniel, Allie Wrubel, Bobby Worth

Songs
 Song Composer/Lyricist Performers Notes
After You’ve Gone The Benny Goodman Quartet Quartet listed as 'Cole, Weiss, Wilson, Goodman'
All The Cats Join In Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
Blue Bayou Ken Darby Chorus
Casey At The Bat Jerry Colonna
Johnnie Fedora And Alice Bluebonnet The Andrews Sisters
The Martins And The Coys The King’s Men
Peter And The Wolf Serge Prokofieff Sterling Holloway
Two Silhouettes Dinah Shore
The Whale Who Wanted To Sing At The Met Nelson Eddy
Without You Andy Russell

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