Blue Bayou

From "Make Mine Music"

Release Date : August 15, 1946

Running Time : 4:16

Synopsis

A tone poem featuring a stork looking for companionship in the lonliness of the bayou.

Credits

Director
Bob Cormack
Layout
Bob Cormack

Video

United States
Make Mine Music
Italy
Musica Maestro

Laserdiscs

Japan
Make Mine Music

DVD

United States
Make Mine Music

Television

Mickey's Mouse Tracks: Episode 24

Technical Specification

Color Type: Technicolor
Animation Type: Standard animation
Sound Mix: Mono
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Negative Format: 35mm
Print Format: 35mm
Cinematographic Process: Spherical
Original Language: English

Released by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

Comments

  • Released as part of the Disney feature "Make Mine Music"

From Ben Schumin : Believe it or not, Blue Bayou was not designed for Make Mine Music. It was originally made for Fantasia, around the "Claire De Lune" musical piece. It was completely finished, however, it was cut for time reasons, and the animations ended up being used with Blue Bayou.
From Imaginarylady : I loved this short very much. The song was so beautiful and fit the short very well. I loved the scenes and images of the blue trees and blue shiny waters of the bayou. And I loved the dark blue sky of the night and the twinkling stars. I loved the scene of the white stork flying and settling down in another part of the bayou. I saw why the bayou was called Blue Bayou because of the color the Bayou is each night. Such a beautiful, glamorous, lovely, and enjoyable short I will never forget, and wish to watch more and more.
From Baruch Weiss : I have this cartoon on "Make Mine Music' so I'm going to speak for the entire movie as well as this short. This is a great musical cartoon that is so cheerful and relaxing, the other cartoons in the movie are beautiful as well.