Make Mine Music Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Make Mine Music is an anthology of ten animated shorts that were released by Walt Disney Studios in 1946. It was similar in some ways to Fantasia, released in 1940; its focus was more on music from the modern era than classical music. Though the full movie was only a moderate success, many of the shorts from the film have been reused by Disney on a fairly frequent basis. Even those who have never had an opportunity to watch Make Mine Music in its entirety are familiar with certain portions, particularly Casey at the Bat, Willie the Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met, and Peter and the Wolf. 

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Make Mine Music Inspired Dog Name Considerations

The name you select for your canine companion can have a great deal of influence on their lives. While a poor name is unlikely to get them teased on the playground, names that are difficult for you to pronounce consistently or are difficult for your specific dog to distinguish from their typical commands can hinder training and confuse both the animal and yourself. A well thought out name can encourage understanding and bonding between you and your pet, particularly those names that are easy to hear clearly and have personal meaning to you. If you are a fan of Disney's musical anthology, Make Mine Music, there are a number of great names for inspiration, and a number of ways to narrow down a list like this to pinpoint exactly the right name. Some individuals prefer to base their pooch's name on their dog's appearance, selecting a name like Wolf, from Peter and the Wolf, for a large imposing dog, or Blue, inspired by Blue Bayou, for a dog with a coat that would be classified as blue in color. The dog's personality can also be taken into account, so that a dog with a bit of a swagger might be dubbed Casey, whereas a dog that loves the water may be better served by a name like Sailor or Bayou. 

Male Make Mine Music Inspired Dog Names

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Andy
The rendition in the movie of “A Ballad in Blue” is sung by Andy Russell as is “Without You”
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Benny
Benny Goodman is featured in both “All the Cats Join In” and “After You’ve Gone”
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Blake
A Mudville Nine baseball player featured in “Casey at Bat”
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Casey
The star player for the Mudville Nine in the “Casey at Bat” feature
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Claude
Claude Debussy composed the music used in “Blue Bayou”
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Cooney
A Mudville Nine baseball player featured in “Casey at Bat”
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David
The ballet dancers featured in the “Two Silhouettes” were David Lichine and Tania Riabouchinskaya
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Ernest
The poem “Casey at the Bat” was written by Ernest Thayer
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Grandfather
Peter’s grandfather tries to stop him from hunting the wolf in “Peter and the Wolf”
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Henry
Although their families are feuding, rugged hillbilly Henry Coy falls in love with Grace Martin
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Ivan
Ivan is the cat that accompanies Peter in “Peter and the Wolf”
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Jerry
The poem “Casey at the Bat” was recited by Jerry Colonna
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Jimmy
A Mudville Nine baseball player featured in “Casey at Bat”
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Johnny
Johnny Fedora is a singing fedora that falls in love with a flirtatious blue ladies hat
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Ken
The Ken Darby Chorus sings in the “Blue Bayou”
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King
The radio vocal group known as King’s Men sang the story of “The Martins and the Coys”
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Malt
During “All the Cats Join In,” the teenagers go to the malt shop to dance
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Misha
One of the wolf hunters in “Peter and the Wolf"
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Nelson
Nelson Eddy both narrates and sings in the story of “The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met”
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Peter
An adventurous boy who goes wolf hunting in “Peter and the Wolf”
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Sasha
Sasha is an excitable Russian bird who helps Peter in his hunt for a wolf in “Peter and the Wolf”
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Sergei
The musical composition “Peter and the Wolf” was written by Sergei Prokofiev
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Sterling
Sterling Holloway narrated the “Peter and the Wolf” segment of the movie
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Tetti-Tatti
A showman who believes that Willie the singing whale has eaten an opera singer
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Umpire
The umpire in “Casey at the Bat” decides the fate of Casey and the Mudville Nine
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Vladimir
One of the wolf hunters in “Peter and the Wolf"
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Walt
Walt Disney was not only the producer of the show but was animated as the triangle player seen in “Casey at the Bat”
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Willie
The singing whale who is featured in the short “The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met”
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Wolf
Peter’s adversary in “Peter and the Wolf” is a huge wolf
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Yasha
One of the wolf hunters in “Peter and the Wolf"

Female Make Mine Music Inspired Dog Names

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Alice
Alice Bluebonnet is flirtatious blue ladies hat that falls in love with a handsome Fedora
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April
The New York premiere was opened April 20, 1946
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August
The official release date of the movie was August 15, 1946
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Bayou
The animation in the “Blue Bayou” short was originally intended for Fantasia
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Blue
Most of the animation in “Blue Bayou” is blue
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Burbank
The Mudville Nine are playing the team from Burbank in “Casey at the Bat”
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Cat
“All the Cats Join In” is set in the 1940s
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Clair
The musical composition Clair de Lune is featured in the “Blue Bayou” short
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Clarinet
In “Peter and the Wolf” Ivan was represented by a clarinet
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Dinah
The music featured in the “Two Silhouettes” segment of the movie was performed by Dinah Shore
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Disney
Make Mine Music is a Disney film
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Egret
Two egrets are featured in the “Blue Bayou” segment of the movie
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Flute
In “Peter and the Wolf” Sascha was represented by a flute
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Grace
Although their families are feuding, beautiful country girl Grace Martin falls in love with Henry Coy
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Heaven
The end of the movie portrays Willie the Whale singing in a hundred voices in heaven
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Lady
A trio of ladies watch the baseball game in “Casey at Bat”
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LaVerne
The Andrews sisters, LaVerne Sophia, Maxene Anglyn, and Patty Marie, performed the song in “Johnny Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet”
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Lucia
Willie the Whale sings the first part of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor before he dies
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Maxene
The Andrews sisters, LaVerne Sophia, Maxene Anglyn, and Patty Marie, performed the song in “Johnny Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet”
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Moonlight
Clair de Lune, the music in “Blue Bayou,” is French for moonlight
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Oboe
In “Peter and the Wolf” Sonia was represented by an oboe
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Opera
In “The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met” Willie dreams of singing at the Grand Opera
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Patty
The Andrews sisters, LaVerne Sophia, Maxene Anglyn, and Patty Marie, performed the song in “Johnny Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet”
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Russia
Peter, the brave little boy in “Peter and the Wolf,” is from Russia
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Sailor
Tetti-Tatti hires sailors to find and kill the singing whale in order to free the opera singer he believes the whale swallowed
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Shortnin'
Willie the Whale sang one of Nelson Eddy’s signature songs in the movie “Shortnin’ Bread”
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Sonia
An amusing duck who helps Peter in his hunt for a wolf in “Peter and the Wolf”
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Strings
In “Peter and the Wolf” Peter was represented by a string quartet
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Sundae
The teenagers and the little girls eat a huge ice cream sundae in “All the Cats Join In”
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Tania
The ballet dancers featured in the “Two Silhouettes” were David Lichine and Tania Riabouchinskaya

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