Make Mine Music is an animated feature produced by Walt Disney and released to theaters by RKO Pictures on August 15, 1946. It is the eighth animated feature in the Disney Animated Canon.
During World War II, 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. It is the third package film, following Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros. It received mixed to positive reviews, though its first segment,The Martins and the Coys, was panned by critics due to its overuse of violence. Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports that 67% of the critics gave the film a positive review based on 9 reviews.
The musical director was Al Sack.
The film was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival.
Parodies (Don't delete, but you can add some more)
- Make Mine Music/Thomas
- Make Mine Music/TUGS
- Make Mine Music/Sonic
- Make Mine Music/The Simpsons
- Make Mine Music/Disney
- Make Mine Music/Tiny Toon Adventures
- Make Mine Music/Spongebob
- Make Mine Music/Sonic SATAM
- Make Mine Music/Sonic Underground
- Make Mine Music/Sonic X
- Make Mine Music/Madagascar
- Make Mine Music/Superted
- Make Mine Music/South Park
- Make Mine Music/Thomas and the Magic Railroad
- Make Mine Music/Pokemon
- Make Mine Music/A Troll in Central Park