Who"s afraid of the Song of the South? and other forbidden Disney stories by Jim Korkis

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Published by Theme Park Press in Orlando, Fla .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Stereotypes (Social psychology) in motion pictures,
  • Walt Disney Productions,
  • African Americans in motion pictures,
  • Song of the South (Motion picture),
  • Race relations in motion pictures

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

StatementJim Korkis ; foreword by Floyd Norman
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN1997.S63337 K67 2012
The Physical Object
Pagination276 p.
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26882710M
ISBN 100984341552
ISBN 109780984341559
OCLC/WorldCa823179800

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The theme of this book is elements of the Disney studio and Walt that the company doesn't like to discuss. Although there is hardly anything scandalous or embarrassing on Walt or the company's part.

The main focus is the film Song Of The South. Song of the South is widely considered to be Disney's most controversial by: 2. Song of the South is one of the hot potatoes that Disney would never make available to home video, Television and digital in the USA.

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p. ; 22 cm Includes bibliographical references and index Foreword -- Introduction -- Who's afraid of the Song of the South. -- The beginning -- The screenplay -- The cast -- The live action -- The animation -- The music -- The world premiere -- The controversy -- The reviews -- The conclusion -- More secrets of the South -- Film credits -- Story summary -- Short biography of Joel Chandler Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Foreword --Introduction --Who's afraid of the Song of the South?--The beginning --The screenplay --The cast --The live action --The animation --The music --The world premiere --The controversy --The reviews --The conclusion --More secrets of the South --Film credits --Story.

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The same book also documents how a Disney live action comedy caused the FBI to spy on Walt Disney, why Walt Disney once suggested Mickey Mouse commit suicide, and other true stories.

Some of the Song of the South material in this book first appeared in columns that I wrote over the years under my Wade Sampson pseudonym, as well as in a lengthy article I wrote for Hogan's Alley #16 (), a magazine about comic art.

Much of my material has been liberally "borrowed" and used uncredited by others since then. Who's Afraid of the Song of the South. and Other Forbidden Disney Stories | Brer Rabbit.

Uncle Remus. Song of the South. Racist. Disney thinks so. And that's why it has forbidden the theatrical re-release of its classic film Song of the South since But is the film racist?Brand: Theme Park Press. WHO'S AFRAID OF THE SONG OF THE SOUTH. AND OTHER FORBIDDEN DISNEY STORIES By: John 'Doc' Strange Written by: Jim Korkis Published by: Theme Park Press When I.

In his newest book, Who's Afraid of the Song of the South?, Korkis examines the film from concept to controversy, and reveals the politics that nearly scuttled the project. Through interviews with many of the artists and animators who created Song of the South, Brand: Theme Park Press.

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Booksteve Reviews--Who's Afraid of the Song of the South. by Jim Korkis In the mid-nineties, I got hold of a copy of a Japanese release of Walt Disney's SONG OF THE SOUTH on VHS (with Japanese subs!). I had never seen it before and loved the animated parts very much.

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