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 seen in theaters since the 1980s.
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Watch and listen to special features on our Video/Audio/Stills. Video restoration professionals have painstakingly combed through every frame of this Disney classic. They have brought back the most vivid color and sharpest images possible. This DVD is unique. There is no other like it. It is a professional restoration not a copy of any other disc as some have suggested. Although our DVD has already been copied by other sellers, this is the original. All artwork on the disc and cover is fresh and original, created right here at SongOfTheSouth.Org. This is truly the DVD you have been waiting for at great price.
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 scenes again.
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So Dear to My Heart is a 1949 feature film produced by Walt Disney, whose world premiere was in Indianapolis on January 19, 1949, released by RKO Radio Pictures. It is based on the Sterling North book Midnight and Jeremiah.
This song-filled film classic combines endearing live action and enchanting animation to tell the heartwarming story of a young boy with big dreams and an even bigger imagination! Jeremiah (Bobby Driscoll) is a determined country boy who adopts a mischievous black lamb named Danny. When Jeremiah daydreams of Danny winning a blue ribbon, his scrapbook pictures magically come to life and encourage him to enter Danny in the county fair. Along the way, Jeremiah learns valuable lessons on love and dedication. Calling this one of his favorite films, Walt Disney noted, ''Why, that's the life my brother and I grew up with as kids out in Missouri.'' Get in on all the high-spirited, down-home fun for everyone! Also starring Luana Patten, Beulah Bondi, and Burl Ives.
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This film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song for Burl Ives's version of the 17th-century English folk song "Lavender Blue," but lost to "Baby, It's Cold Outside" from Neptune's Daughter. Bobby Driscoll received a special Juvenile Award from the Academy, honoring him as "the outstanding juvenile actor of 1949". (In addition to So Dear to My Heart, he had garnered critical acclaim for his dramatic performance in the RKO melodrama The Window.)
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