Disney’s Song of The South DVD 1946
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Song of the South: Quality Version on DVD
This is the original feature length classic from 1946 and was the first major motion picture release to blend animation and live action!
DVD Synopsis and information:
A true Disney classic blending live action and gorgeous animation with wonderful songs and storytelling. All the color of the south that only Disney can bring to life. All you have to do is hum Zip-A-Dee Doo Dah... and you know the rest. Uncle Remus, played effortlessly by James Baskett, gives a great performance and interacts with the children and animated animals like they were really there. The film shines with colorful animation sequences.
Our Song of the South DVD continues to entertain families to this day. Our Song of the South DVD has a wonderful story to tell and does so in Disney fashion. It continues to be a source of both beauty and controversy.
Wondering about the Song of the South DVD release date? Released over 70 years ago in 1946, this classic is a film you will treasure and remember your whole life. This film should be viewed with the consideration of the era that it was filmed in. It is likely Disney will not release this film again for home video based around the racial controversy surrounding the films. Be sure to add this to any collection of out-of-print Disney movies since it is considered to be one of Walt Disney's pet projects from the 1940s.
It is the best available source to date! This title features fictional characters with a good deal of social commentary during the time it was filmed. With first-rate performances, animation and songs, Disney was far ahead of their time with integrating live action and animation together. Song of the South DVD has all the marks of a controversial film and a classic and has been a pebble in the shoe for Disney. However, James Baskett gives a warm and unforgettable performance as Uncle Remus. The hand drawn animation was first rate, as are all Disney feature films. Disney was far ahead of their time with integrating live action and animation together.
Song of the South 1946 DVD still entertains some seven decades after its release. Song of the South DVD is a great way to enjoy this timeless Disney classic. Song of the South DVD is a wonder to behold. There is much history and back story involving Song of the South and you can now own a quality DVD of the film! Song Of The South DVD will amaze you with the seamless live action and animation blend.
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Disney has always been questioned about the home video release issues of
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DVD has some of the finest hand drawn animation in Disney history. Song Of The South DVD has so much history and is still a uniquely dated Disney catalog title to this day. To this day Song Of The South DVD is one of Disney's most highly requested catalog titles.
This is easily Disney's most famous older films from the 40s. A true classic that needs to be viewed to understand the different time that this movie was made in. An amazing feature filled with wonderful music, songs, animation and live action that are all blended together for an amazing film experience. Song Of The South DVD will keep you humming with the wonderful music. Song of the South DVD is a film for the ages but it does have have some
racial stereotypes throughout the movie based on the time it was
released in 1946.
Disney continues to refuse to release Song Of The South DVD. This amazing achievement in live action and colorful animated characters continues to be of huge interest 70s years after its initial release. This is the full and complete version of Song Of The South 1946 DVD. The hand drawn animation is absolutely spectacular.
Created back on the early days of Walt Disney studios animation. Song Of The South DVD generates much interest based on its portrayal of African American in a recently post slavery America. This gives the film a great deal of interest and buzz, even today. An amazing display of live characters interacting with hand drawn animated characters. To this day Song Of The South DVD evokes love from some, disdain and controversy from others.
Ruth Warrick, Bobby Driscoll, James Baskett, Luana Patten, Lucile Watson
Directors: Harve Foster, Wilfred Jackson
Writers: Bill Peet, Dalton S. Reymond, Joel Chandler Harris, Maurice Rapf,
Format: NTSC, Color, Fullscreen 1.33:1
Region: Region 1 NTSC (U.S. and Canada)
Rated: G (General Audience)
Run Time: 91 minutes