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After You've Gone (1946)

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Animated musical instruments dance in time to jazz music.

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Animated musical instruments dance in time to jazz music.

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After You've Gone
Written by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton
Performed by Benny Goodman, Cozy Cole, Teddy Wilson and Sid Weiss
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Not the best part of Make Mine Music but OK
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. This is one of my least favorite parts from Make Mine Music. There really isn't much to it. Basically some musical instruments dance around to Benny Goodman jazz music. There was another cartoon in the same film that also featured Goodman music. It was called All the Cats Join In and was much better. Still, this is watchable. There are worse ways to pass four minutes of your life. How much you will enjoy it probably depends on how big a fan you are of classic Disney and Benny Goodman. It works better as part of a compilation movie than on its own, I think.


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