Remember the first time you saw Walt Disney's Song of the South? It was an amazing experience when it was first released in the 1940s! Groundbreaking film techniques that have made this a historic movie landmark. And it's still amazing today. Live characters interact with adorable animated creatures. It was a special moment for sure. If you or your family and friends have never seen it it's sadly because it hasn't been n theaters since the 1980s.
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Song of the South is a 1946 American live-action/animated musical film produced by Walt Disney and released by RKO Radio Pictures, based on the Uncle Remus stories collected by Joel Chandler Harris. It was Disney's first feature film using live actors, who provide a sentimental frame story for several animated segments. The film depicts the character Uncle Remus, presumably a former slave, cheerfully relating to several children, including the film's protagonist, the folk tales of the adventures of anthropomorphic Br'er Rabbit and his enemies, Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear. The song "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" won the 1947 Academy Award for Best Song, is frequently used as part of Disney's montage themes, and has become widely used in popular culture. There is a petition at change.org encouraging Disney to release the film again. You can sign the petition here.
James Baskett was given an honorary Academy Award in 1948 for his portrayal of Uncle Remus; the first Oscar (although an honorary one) to a male African-American actor. The film inspired the Disney theme park attraction Splash Mountain. The film's depiction of black former slaves, and of race relations in Reconstruction-Era Georgia, has been controversial since its original release, with a number of critics at the time of its release and in later decades describing it as racist.
James Baskett originally auditioned to play the butterfly. Not only did he play Uncle Remus, he played Brer Rabbit for the "Laughing Place" scene and sang the "Laughing Place" song after Johnny Lee was called away to do promotion for the picture. Baskett also played the butterfly. Check out more Song of the South trivia at IMDb.com
There are three animated segments in the movie (in all, they last a total of 25 minutes). These animated sequences were later shown as stand-alone cartoon features on television. Each of these segments features at least one song that is heard in the various versions of Splash Mountain. The last couple of minutes of the movie contain animation, as most of the cartoon characters show up in a live-action world to meet the live characters as they all sing "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah", and in the last seconds of the movie, the real world is slowly merged into an animated variation as the main protagonists walk off into the sunset.
Our interactive menu system allows you to navigate the
movie with ease. You can skip to your favorite
scene. Or, jump back and watch any of your favorite
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Everybody's Got A Laughin' Place
Zip Ah Dee Doo Dah
Sooner Or Later
Uncle Remus Said
How Do You Do
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