|Song of the South|
|Directed by||Harve Foster (live action)|
Wilfred Jackson (animation)
|Written by||Dalton S. Reymond|
Joel Chandler Harris (original stories)
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
Johnny Lee (voice)
Nick Stewart (voice)
|Edited by||William M. Morgan|
|Music by||Daniele Amfitheatrof, Paul J. Smith (score), Edward Plumb (orchestration)|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.|
|November 12, 1946|
|Box office||US $65,000,000|
Song of the South has never been fully released on home video in the USA because of content which some people could see as racism towards black people and is thus subject to rumors. However, a song from the movie, Zip a Dee Doo Dah, is very popular, and there is a ride based on the movie at various Disney theme parks, though it was recently announced that it will be changed to a ride based on The Princess and the Frog as a result of the George Floyd protests. The movie also got a limited home video release in Asia, Europe, and South America.
References[change | change source]
- Solomon, Charles (1989), p. 186. Enchanted Drawings: The History of Animation. ISBN 0-394-54684-9. Alfred A. Knopf. Accessed February 16, 2008.
- Gabler, Neal (2006-10-31). Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination. Knopf. pp. 432–9, 456, 463, 486, 511, 599. ISBN 067943822X.
- "Disney (Song of the South)". Urban Legends Reference Pages. Retrieved 2007-01-18.