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Silencing The Song of the South

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Posted By: Magnante, 7/16/2020 9:47:01 AM

Splash Mountain was a thrilling log flume ride for children in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Children were taken on an exciting ride past animatronic characters singing classic songs from the 1946 Disney movie The Song of the South. Alas, our woke culture is not happy with Splash Mountain or Song of the South. Over twenty thousand people signed a petition asking that the characters of Splash Mountain be changed to those of The Princess and the Frog, a 2009 film featuring Disney’s first African-American princess. Disney caved in. Long before the petition Disney decided not to release Song of the South in any home video format

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Reply 1 - Posted by: chance_232 7/16/2020 10:00:20 AM (No. 480070)
Ive been on the ride and have zero recollection of its theme. Im 59, and have never seen "Song of the South". And Ill wager that 90+% of the people that are offended are white liberals, who likewise, have never seen the movie. Anyone familiar with any of the songs remember them for their catchy lyrics and music. Not once did I ever hear someone complain about the rides theme until woke white liberals started to whine. Taking offense is a CHOICE. Getting angry is a CHOICE. And these clowns are LOOKING for excuses to be both.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: cor-vet 7/16/2020 10:11:30 AM (No. 480093)
I'm going to be sure my grandkids get to watch my DVD of 'Song of the South!' The VHS copy is just a dust collector now, since no one has a VHS player.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Namma 7/16/2020 10:16:01 AM (No. 480101)
I love that movie. The music was wonderful. The animation and live action are works of art. I wish I had a copy of the movie. The ride at Disney was fun. Going up the track it was fun to pick out the different characters. I don’t like frogs! They give me warts.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: PlayItAgain 7/16/2020 10:40:06 AM (No. 480155)
Disney no long has any idea who they are. This is very sad. I will miss that place. I have so many great memories. Thankfully, whoever is in charge today, they can't take my memories from me.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Rather Read 7/16/2020 10:53:43 AM (No. 480197)
I have seen Song of the South. It's kind of juvenile but the songs are a delight and James Baskett as Uncle Remus is such a warm and lovable character.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: czechlist 7/16/2020 11:10:03 AM (No. 480239)
Election year squeaky wheel politics. I'll wager over 90% of this country doesn't give a hoot about any of these issues. Most just want get back to their normal and lives. I hope my fellow Americans find all of this cancel culture nonsense as annoying as I do and get out to vote against the party which instigates it!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Sully 7/16/2020 11:28:50 AM (No. 480271)
The Uncle Remus stories are beautiful American literature. We are a young country and don't have a long history of literature. I must say, however, the problem is not so simple. Racists have in fact used the slave stories and slave dialect to caricature modern black people. You will see it in posts containing words such as "no nuffin" and similar. People use a thick slave accent to mock people. It is disgusting, I'm sorry. That is mockery racist talk. Is is southern confederate talk. We have to acknowledge that and reject it. I'd love my kids to see the Uncle Remis stories.You think I want them to hear the race baiting associated with it?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: DVC 7/16/2020 11:32:22 AM (No. 480273)
Zippidy do-dah, zippidy ayy! My oh, my what a wonderful day. Plenty of sunshine heading my way. Zippedy do-dah, zippedy ayy! There's a bluebird on my shoulder, It's the truth, it's factual, Every thing is satisfactual. Zippidy do-dah, zippidy ayy, My oh, my what a wonderful day! From memory, from many decades ago - a really nice, lovely fun movie, and for me a very fond memory. And now the haters came for it, too. Haters gotta hate. Right back at ya, haters.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: DVC 7/16/2020 11:33:50 AM (No. 480274)
#2. "no one has a VHS player"---- speak for yourself. I have one here and one in my Colorado cabin, both work fine and are used to view some of our VHS collection which we don't have on DVD - yet. Good old Panasonic models, seem to run forever.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Daisymay 7/16/2020 11:37:33 AM (No. 480279)
One of my happiest memories of grandma taking me to see Song of the South. I loved the Zippidy Do Da song. I still can picture the Butterflies and Blue Birds flying around Uncle Remus as he sang and walked along the road! What in the world could be wrong with that wonderful movie! Some things are Sacred!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: DVC 7/16/2020 11:59:58 AM (No. 480299)
#10, yes, all true. A wonderful story. Haters are sad people.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MindMadeUp 7/16/2020 12:05:15 PM (No. 480308)
I saw Song of the South when I was very young and loved it. I thought Uncle Remus was some combination of Santa Claus and God. Does that make me a racist? The movie was an innovative blending of photo reality with cartoon reality. It was, I read somewhere, based on stories and myths that the author encountered in the Southern black culture, originally brought over from Africa. Clever B'rer Rabbit was brave and constantly outwitted B'rer Fox, who was a conniving idiot. They were, I suspect, the model for Roadrunner and Wily Coyote. The moral/psychological lessons in the tales, such as in the episode where B'rer Rabbit tells Fox, "Just don't throw me in the Briar Patch!" were simple but sophisticated. It's a true shame that young minds can no longer be exposed to them.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Boomerdeplorable 7/16/2020 12:15:42 PM (No. 480320)
I purchased a DVD of this movie for my grandchildren. We all enjoyed it so much. They loved Uncle Remus and all the music. A real classic. I also have DVD's of Gone with the wind. I plan on buying a few more before the Nazis outlaw them, like Jezebel with Betty Davis. I think the company was out of Great Britain who I purchased Song of the South.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: BarryNo 7/16/2020 12:40:32 PM (No. 480351)
Oh, I wish I was in the Land of Cotton... Old times there, are not forgotten, Look away... Look away... Look away... Dixieland. A very pretty song written by a black man who loved his home.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Faithfully 7/16/2020 12:48:28 PM (No. 480361)
7...That thinking is the problem. Just because some "racists" mock poor black accents you want to ban a work of art set in the old south. smh. I need a dip in the ceeement pond.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: TXknitter 7/16/2020 1:07:23 PM (No. 480392)
We just have to appreciate the Disney that was because now it is nothing resembling what its creator envisioned and built. There is a reason many grandparents take the grandbabies to Dollywood and Silver Dollar City near Branson.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: BeatleJeff 7/16/2020 1:11:51 PM (No. 480398)
Splash Mountain is a fantastic ride and the theming is terrific, I vacillate between it and Pirates of the Caribbean as my favorite ride at Magic Kingdom. Yet I always found it odd that they themed a ride based on a movie Disney has largely buried. They refuse to release it on DVD in the US or even offer it on the Disney + service, and as a result, kids don't know it, which makes it nearly impossible for Disney to push merchandise based on the movie. By contrast, "Princess and the Frog" is a popular modern-day film, and Disney sells a ton of Tiana based merch, especially to the Back community. Changing the theme of Splash Mountain from "Song of the South" to "Princess and the Frog" will net them even more in merchandise revenue. Remember, when it comes to Disney, they may virtue signal as well as anybody, but in the end it all comes down to money.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: southerngal 7/16/2020 1:40:33 PM (No. 480443)
I have seen Song of the South and many decades ago showed it to my all black class to help teach history and the horrors of racism. Uncle Remus was an old black slave that told wonderful stories of Br'er Rabbit. The rabbit was always outsmarting the fox. A little white kid loved Uncle Remus. When the kid's parents decided to sell Uncle Remus to break the bond with their son, the boy ran across a field with a bull. The bull almost killed the kid. The boy had no racism. He loved Uncle Remus for who he was. It did not depict blacks in a negative light. It depicted rich white people in a negative light.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: BillW. 7/16/2020 2:43:06 PM (No. 480507)
Check Dylan's take of "Dixie" on YouTube. Great high harmony.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: StormCnter 7/16/2020 5:23:50 PM (No. 480644)
My mother took us three kids to see it when it was first released Of course, we loved it. Many years later, I gathered all the youngsters in the family (nieces, nephews, daughters, sons) and saw it on a re-release. Yes, I have the VHS version (pirated from the UK when it couldn't be purchased here) and I may order a DVD, too.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: navybrat 7/16/2020 6:19:15 PM (No. 480681)
The African dialect that the Uncle Remus stories is written in was the original African dialect that the early slaves spoke. It had been lost in the black speech of today and most do not understand it. It is not a stereotype or insult to black people. When Joel Chandler was young boy he spent much of his time with the black people working on the farms and learned the language from them. He wrote his stories in the dialect of the actual people. The people in those times enjoyed the stories and loved to listen to him read them. It was and is not mockery and not an insult. There are too many ignorant and uneducated people today who put their own spin on things they do not understand.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Penney 7/16/2020 8:16:17 PM (No. 480759)
I loved this movie as a child for those wonderful stories told by Uncle Remus and the happy songs we loved singing long after we saw the movie. The only part of the rest of the story that I remembered was the scary scene of the boy running across the field escaping that bull chasing him! Later my son found a rough copy of the movie on DVD online & sent it to us so I saw the full movie again and I still love the story. Shame on Disney from keeping it from all children to enjoy once again.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Sandbar 7/16/2020 10:45:53 PM (No. 480883)
I recently bought a DVD of Song of the South from RetroDVDs through Etsy. They had 2 versions. I bought the deluxe version and it was still relatively inexpensive. Memory says less than $25 including shipping
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