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Mike Faulkner 6 years ago
Too bad it isn't available in the USA!
Daniel Jones almost 7 years ago
Yes, it's a bit racist. However, it stands as a classic animated piece.
Jonathan Casey Spencer almost 2 years ago
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Tanja almost 7 years ago
Song of the South is a 1946 feature film produced by Walt Disney and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film is based on the Uncle Remus cycle of stories by Joel Chandler Harris. The live actors provide a sentimental frame story, in which Uncle Remus relates the folk tales of the adventures of Br'er Rabbit and his friends. These anthropomorphic animal characters appear in animation. The hit song from the film was "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah", which won the 1947 Academy Award for Best Song and is frequently used as part of Disney's montage themes, and which has become widely used in popular culture. The film inspired the Disney theme park attraction Splash Mountain. The film has never been released in its entirety on home video or DVD in the USA, because of content which Disney executives believe would be construed by some as politically incorrect and racist toward black people, and is thus subject to much rumor. Portions of this film have been issued on VHS and DVD as part of either...
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