A meditative nighttime tour through a swamp to the title song. A stork walks slowly through the water, takes a brief flight, and lands again; we examine the ripples his movement makes. A ... See full summary »

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A meditative nighttime tour through a swamp to the title song. A stork walks slowly through the water, takes a brief flight, and lands again; we examine the ripples his movement makes. A second stork joins in on a second slow, sweeping flight. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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This short was originally made for Fantasia (1940), around the "Claire De Lune" musical piece. It was completely finished, but it was cut for time reasons. See more »

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Edited from Clair de Lune (2000) See more »

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Blue Bayou
Written by Bobby Worth and Ray Gilbert
Performed by the Ken Darby Chorus
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1 October 2014 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Originally part of the movie Make Mine Music, this cartoon was released later on its own as a theatrical short. Actually, it was first produced for Fantasia with classical music but was cut and made part of the later film. Here, the music is the song "Blue Bayou" performed by the Ken Darby Singers. It's good but I think the original piece intended for it, "Claire De Lune," works better. There's no story, really. It's just a sort of music video with the song played to a nighttime scene in a swamp. Overall, it's a lovely cartoon with pleasant animation and nice color. Nothing exceptional but enjoyable, particularly for classic Disney fans.


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