A cool cat teen hears a tune on the jukebox at the malt shop and calls his girl; she rounds up a crowd and soon the place is jumping. No dialogue, just the song lyrics. The pencil drawing everyone is shown throughout the first half.

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Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
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A cool cat teen hears a tune on the jukebox at the malt shop and calls his girl; she rounds up a crowd and soon the place is jumping. No dialogue, just the song lyrics. The pencil drawing everyone is shown throughout the first half.

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7 August 2003 (Switzerland)  »

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Edited from Make Mine Music (1946) See more »

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All the Cats Join In
Written by Alec Wilder, Ray Gilbert and Eddie Sauter
Performed by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
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Really cool and jazzy
1 March 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Featured memorably in "Make Mine Music" this is one cool and jazzy cartoon. The animation is clever and sophisticated, with nice backgrounds and excellent movements. The story is good, even if it is really an example of a combination cartoon, but it works effectively.

What makes this cartoon though is the wonderful soundtrack. I like this sort of jazz, there have been times when I have not liked it, but jazz like all the forms of music is like marmite you either love it or hate it. As I've said I loved it here, it sticks in your head even after a long while.

Overall, this is a cool, jazzy(and catty)cartoon. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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