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5x769 SONG OF THE SOUTH 8x10 still '46 Disney, cute portrait of Bobby Driscoll holding puppy!

Date Sold 12/25/2012
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An Original Vintage Theatrical 8" x 10" [20 x 25 cm] Movie Still (Learn More)

Walt Disney's Song of the South, the 1946 Harve Foster & Wilfred Jackson Walt Disney animated animation cartoon live action post-Civil War black African American musical feature ("We're headin' for the LAUGHIN' PLACE!"; "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah!"; "In Technicolor including animated tales of Uncle Remus"; "Walt Disney's first live-action musical drama!"; "You'll want to see it again and again!"; "With Uncle Remus and all the critters form Joel Chandler Harris' classic tales"; "Like sliding down a rainbow of joy!"; "6 super sunny songs!"; "6 super songs on the sunny side!"; "From the Heart of the South to the Heart of the World!!!"; "Full of warmth and laughter!") starring Ruth Warrick, Lucile Watson, Hattie McDaniel, James Baskett (as Uncle Remus and the voice of Br'er Fox), Bobby Driscoll, Luana Patten, and "including Animated Tales of: Uncle Remus". Note that the voice of Br'er Rabbit was provided by Johnny Lee and that the voice of Br'er Bear was provided by Nick Stewart, but neither were billed on the posters! Finally, note that this is a very controversial movie. It was re-released by Disney in 1956, and then in 1970, because of concerns about the portrayal of the black characters, it was announced by Disney that the movie had been "permanently" retired. However, they quickly changed their mind and re-released it in 1972, 1973, 1981, and 1986, but after that, they have not again released it in the United States (oddly, they made it available on video in Europe and Asia, and many bootlegs have been made from those videos). A main part of the controversy is that some people feel that the black people are shown as being content to be slaves, as though slavery was "good" for them. Actually, the movie takes place after the Civil War, so the black people are not slaves, but the point is still understandable, because an awful lot of black people were treated terribly at that time. But if one wants to ban this movie, then how about Gone with the Wind, and so many others that have similar depictions of black people in a much earlier time?
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