History Disney / SongOfTheSouth

27th Aug '16 10:45:34 AM nombretomado
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Set in the DeepSouth after the Civil War, the film features Uncle Remus telling stories of Br'er Rabbit and friends to three kids from his rural cabin. Due to the "impression it gives of an idyllic master-slave relationship" (the film was probably set during Reconstruction, just so that Uncle Remus would not be depicted as a slave -- though he almost certainly ''has been'' one) it will probably never be released in the US. It was available on VHS tape in the UK (where the associated sensitivities are still present, but further from the surface) throughout the '90s and early '00s, and shown as an afternoon family film on TV. It was also aired a few times on TheDisneyChannel during the 1980's. A Japanese laserdisc (with an English track version included as a bonus) was also released years ago, and it's become quite a collector's item.

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Set in the DeepSouth after the Civil War, the film features Uncle Remus telling stories of Br'er Rabbit and friends to three kids from his rural cabin. Due to the "impression it gives of an idyllic master-slave relationship" (the film was probably set during Reconstruction, just so that Uncle Remus would not be depicted as a slave -- though he almost certainly ''has been'' one) it will probably never be released in the US. It was available on VHS tape in the UK (where the associated sensitivities are still present, but further from the surface) throughout the '90s and early '00s, and shown as an afternoon family film on TV. It was also aired a few times on TheDisneyChannel the Creator/DisneyChannel during the 1980's. A Japanese laserdisc (with an English track version included as a bonus) was also released years ago, and it's become quite a collector's item.
24th Aug '16 12:04:54 PM DaBradGuy
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* BeeAfraid: As part of Br'er Rabbit's "laughing place" scam. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Br'er Bear when he is the first to fall for this and emerges with the beehive on his nose, saying, "There ain't nothin' in here 'cept bees!"

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* BeeAfraid: As part of Br'er Rabbit's "laughing place" scam. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Br'er Bear when he is the first to fall for this and emerges with the beehive on his nose, saying, "There ain't nothin' in here 'cept bees!"beeeeeezzzzzzz!" [[FunnyMoments and a swarm of bees comes flying out of his mouth.]]
9th Aug '16 7:15:20 PM MHarrington
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->''It's the truth, its actual\\
And ev'rything is satisfactual''

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->''It's the truth, its it's actual\\
And ev'rything Ev'rything is satisfactual''
satisfactual\\
Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay\\
Wonderful feelin', wonderful day''



* LargeHam: All of the Br'er animals, especially Br'er Fox.



* PoorCommunicationKills: No-one bothers to tell Johnny’s mother that Johnny got the puppy fair and square or what would happen to the puppy if it were returned to its previous owner, so she chalks up any disobedience on Johnny’s part to Uncle Remus’ influence.

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* PoorCommunicationKills: No-one bothers to tell Johnny’s mother that Johnny got the puppy fair and square or what would happen to the puppy if it were returned to its previous owner, so she chalks up any disobedience on Johnny’s Johnny's part to Uncle Remus’ Remus' influence.


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* SimpletonVoice: Br'er Bear.
4th Mar '16 8:22:08 AM Mdumas43073
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Ever wonder where the characters from the Splash Mountain ride at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks come from? '''''Song of the South''''' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1946]] Disney film that incorporated animation and live action. You haven't heard of it? That's understandable; it has never been released in the US outside the theater, and not released ''at all'' since 1986. (This also means the ride is [[AdaptationDisplacement better known than the original film.]])

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Ever wonder where the characters from the Splash Mountain ride at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks come from? '''''Song ''Song of the South''''' South'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1946]] Disney film that incorporated animation and live action. You haven't heard of it? That's understandable; it has never been released in the US outside the theater, and not released ''at all'' since 1986. (This also means the ride is [[AdaptationDisplacement better known than the original film.]])
9th Feb '16 8:06:08 AM dsneybuf
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9th Feb '16 8:05:11 AM dsneybuf
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Set in the DeepSouth after the Civil War, the film features Uncle Remus telling stories of Br'er Rabbit and friends to three kids from his rural cabin. Due to the "impression it gives of an idyllic master-slave relationship" (the film was probably set during Reconstruction, just so that Uncle Remus would not be depicted as a slave -- though he almost certainly ''has been'' one) it will probably never be released in the US. It was available on VHS tape in the UK (where the associated sensitivities are still present, but further from the surface) throughout the '90s and early '00s, and shown as an afternoon family film on TV. It was also aired a few times on TheDisneyChannel during the 1980's. A Japanese laserdisc (with an English track version included as a bonus) was also released years ago, and it's become quite a collector's item in recent years.

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Set in the DeepSouth after the Civil War, the film features Uncle Remus telling stories of Br'er Rabbit and friends to three kids from his rural cabin. Due to the "impression it gives of an idyllic master-slave relationship" (the film was probably set during Reconstruction, just so that Uncle Remus would not be depicted as a slave -- though he almost certainly ''has been'' one) it will probably never be released in the US. It was available on VHS tape in the UK (where the associated sensitivities are still present, but further from the surface) throughout the '90s and early '00s, and shown as an afternoon family film on TV. It was also aired a few times on TheDisneyChannel during the 1980's. A Japanese laserdisc (with an English track version included as a bonus) was also released years ago, and it's become quite a collector's item in recent years.
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9th Feb '16 8:04:37 AM dsneybuf
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And ev'rything is [[{{Perfectly Cromulent Word}} satisfactual]]''

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And ev'rything is [[{{Perfectly Cromulent Word}} satisfactual]]''
satisfactual''
7th Feb '16 3:44:28 PM nombretomado
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Ever wonder where the characters from the Splash Mountain ride at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks come from? '''''Song of the South''''' is a [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1946]] Disney film that incorporated animation and live action. You haven't heard of it? That's understandable; it has never been released in the US outside the theater, and not released ''at all'' since 1986. (This also means the ride is [[AdaptationDisplacement better known than the original film.]])

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Ever wonder where the characters from the Splash Mountain ride at the Ride/DisneyThemeParks come from? '''''Song of the South''''' is a [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1946]] Disney film that incorporated animation and live action. You haven't heard of it? That's understandable; it has never been released in the US outside the theater, and not released ''at all'' since 1986. (This also means the ride is [[AdaptationDisplacement better known than the original film.]])
6th Jan '16 11:36:11 PM MHarrington
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Added DiffLines:

* VillainousBSOD: Br'er Fox has one at the end of the "Tar Baby" sequence: a sickly look on his face after Br'er Rabbit tricked him and hopped off. Br'er Bear silently clubs the fox on the head, knocking him out, then walks off, leaving the fox lying there.
-->'''Remus:''' ''(narrating)'' So now it's Br'er Fox's turn to feel humble-come-tumble. But ol' Br'er Bear, he don't say nothin'. And Br'er Fox, he lay low -- mighty low.
17th Oct '15 2:46:32 PM morenohijazo
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* SmokingIsCool: Uncle Remus shares a pipe with Br'er Frog. This overlaps with FairForItsDay. Back when the film was released, most people smoked, and those who didn't were frowned upon, if not shunned or hated. By showing Uncle Remus smoking on screen, they were attempting to make the audience like him more. More so because it's the only scene in the movie where anyone is seen smoking.
** Br'er Frog blows a smoke ring. Uncle Remus blows a smoke ''square''. How cool is that?!



* SmokingIsCool: Uncle Remus shares a pipe with Br'er Frog. This overlaps with FairForItsDay. Back when the film was released, most people smoked, and those who didn't were frowned upon, if not shunned or hated. By showing Uncle Remus smoking on screen, they were attempting to make the audience like him more. More so because it's the only scene in the movie where anyone is seen smoking.
** Br'er Frog blows a smoke ring. Uncle Remus blows a smoke ''square''. How cool is that?!

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* SmokingIsCool: Uncle Remus shares a pipe with StockBeehive: Br'er Frog. This overlaps with FairForItsDay. Back when the film was released, most people smoked, and those who didn't were frowned upon, if not shunned or hated. By showing Uncle Remus smoking on screen, they were attempting to make the audience like him more. More so because it's the only scene Rabbit finds a grey one hidden in the movie where anyone is seen smoking.
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a bush. He tricks Br'er Frog blows a smoke ring. Uncle Remus blows a smoke ''square''. How cool is that?!Bear inside saying that it's his "laughing place". Bear gets the hive stuck on his nose.
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