16mm Feature ~ Song Of The South - 1946 - Walt Disney - Rare


16mm Feature ~ Song Of The South - 1946 - Walt Disney - Rare

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16mm Feature ~ Song Of The South - 1946 - Walt Disney - Rare:
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16MM FEATURE ~ SONG OF THE SOUTH

Very good condition print on pink Eastman stock(see screen shots). No VS. Multiple light lines the first minute of each reel, then some light lines throughout. Complete with logo, titles, and credits front and back. Mounted on 2x1600' metal reels.

AMG rates this feature at FOUR AND ONE-HALF STARS (their highest rating is Five Stars)! This motion picture was nominated for Two Academy Awards, winning One Academy Award for Best Song!

Stars: JAMES BASKETT, ANITA BROWN, BOBBY DRISCOLL, MARY FIELD, GENE HOLLAND, JOHNNY LEE, GLENN LEEDY, HATTIE McDANIEL, GEORGE NOKES, LUANA PATTEN, ERIK ROLF, NICK STEWART(NICODEMUS), RUTH WARRICK, LUCILLE WATSON

Song of the South is a blend of live action and animation, based on the popular "Uncle Remus" stories of Joel Chandler Harris. Set in the years just after the Civil War, the story begins with young Johnny (Bobby Driscoll) being sent to live at the southern plantation of his grandmother (Lucile Watson) while his parents contemplate divorce. At first disconsolate, the boy is cheered up by African-American handyman Uncle Remus (James Baskett), who tells him many delightful fables concerning the clever trickster Br'er Rabbit, whose adventures are illustrated in cartoon form. Each story has a moral, which Johnny applies to the exigencies of his real life. Johnny's mother (Ruth Warrick) disapproves of Uncle Remus, and orders the boy never to visit the kindly old black man again. Uncle Remus packs his bags and leaves; while chasing after him, Johnny is injured by a bull. He recovers thanks to the friendly presence of Uncle Remus, and all is forgiven. The film was awarded the Best Song Oscar for "Zip-a-dee Doo Dah," and James Baskett won a special Oscar for his portrayal of Uncle Remus. Disney has withheld the movie in the U.S. ever since its last theatrical re-release in 1986, due to controversy over what some (including the NAACP) argue is a sugar-coated depiction of the Reconstruction-era South.

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16mm Feature ~ Song Of The South - 1946 - Walt Disney - Rare:
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