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  • Earlier efforts to combine humans and ink-and-paint cartoon characters side-by-side in a film [Disney's Song of the South and Mary Poppins , for example] are considered primitive next to this film.

  • In this landmark film, the Toons include appearances and cameos by Donald and Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird and Sylvester, Woody Woodpecker, the Weasels - from Disney's The Wind in the Willows , Mickey Mouse, three hummingbirds from Disney's Song of the South , the Road Runner and the Coyote, the black Crows and Dumbo from Disney's Dumbo , Betty Boop, Droopy Dog, and many more.

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  • posted on 04/05/2002 3:16:34 PM PST by [ | ] To: TMC_13 "Song of the South" has been banned for years.

  • posted on 04/05/2002 3:53:52 PM PST by [ | ] To: TMC_13 LULAC, the "League of United Latin American Citizens, " the oldest and most respected Hispanic voters' organization, has already made its views known that it does *NOT* consider the cartoon character Speedy offensive, their spokesman remarking, "I don't know a single Mexican that doesn't like Speedy." Cartoon Network Latin America, an affiliate of Cartoon Network south of the border, regularly airs Speedy and he's one of their most popular characters.

  • posted on 04/06/2002 3:48:40 AM PST by [ | ] To: Slyfox ""Song of the South" has been banned for years." So has "Follow Me Boys, " with Fred MacMurray and Kurt Russell.

  • posted on 01/22/2003 2:54:21 PM PST by (I speak only two languages: English and bad English.) [ | ] To: Slyfox "Song of the South" has been banned for years.

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  • As a child, I loved the Walt Disney movie, Song of the South, which was based on the writing of Joel Chandler Harris.

  • Harris used the Uncle Remus stories to oppose racism in the post Civil War South.

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  • World War I (1914-1918) was in full force, and the First Great Migration (1910-1930) brought to the urban cities a shift in population from the rural South - both Blacks and Whites seeking housing and jobs, partially associated with Northern factories and war related industries.

  • The film included themes on: Violence Southern life being lost and overtaken by Blacks Liberal white Northerners favoring unprepared and irresponsible Blacks Black characters depicted and shown as thieves, coons, untrustworthy, and decadent, as servants, mulattoes, dominant mammies False identities of Blacks chasing dreams of marrying and becoming white And, finally, the justification of the existence of the All of these unacceptable stereotypes lead to the formation of a new venture in movie making for African-Americans.

  • Southern University opened its new campus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

  • Eventually, Oscar worked as a pullman porter also and accumulated enough money to move and buy a ranch in eastern South Dakota in the year of 1905.

  • They operated in two cities: Sioux City, South Dakota and Chicago, Illinois.

  • Race movies were low-budgeted and mostly aimed at black audiences in segregated movie-houses of the South and where large city black populations dwelled in the North.

  • John Singleton , a graduate of the University of Southern California, took his talents and produced Boyz n the Hood in 1991 with Cuba Gooding Jr ., Laurence Fishburne, Angela Bassett, and Tyra Ferrell.

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