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Song of the South (12-Nov-1946)

Directors: Harve Foster; Wilfred Jackson

Writers: Morton Grant; Bill Peet; Maurice Rapf; Dalton Reymond; Vernson Stallings; Ralph Wright

Based on a book: Tales of Uncle Remus by Joel Chandler Harris

Keywords: Juvenile, Musical, Comedy, Civil Rights, Controversial

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bobby Driscoll
Actor
3-Mar-1937 30-Mar-1968 Child actor, succumbed to drugs
Hattie McDaniel
Actor
10-Jun-1893 26-Oct-1952 Mammy in Gone with the Wind
Ruth Warrick
Actor
29-Jun-1915 15-Jan-2005 Phoebe Tyler on All My Children
Lucile Watson
Actor
27-May-1879 24-Jun-1962 Watch on the Rhine

CAST

Ruth Warrick   ...   Sally
Bobby Driscoll   ...   Johnny
James Baskett   ...   Uncle Remus
Luana Patten   ...   Ginny
Lucile Watson   ...   Grandmother
Hattie McDaniel   ...   Aunt Tempy
Eric Rolf   ...   John
Glenn Leedy   ...   Toby
Mary Field   ...   Mrs. Favers
Anita Brown   ...   Maid
George Nokes   ...   Jake Favers
Gene Holland   ...   Joe Favers
Nick Stewart   ...   Br'er Bear (voice)
Johnny Lee   ...   Br'er Rabbit (voice)

REVIEWS

Review by terrapin (posted on 15-Mar-2005)

One of the best movies ever. If we all had an Uncle Remus in our family, what a wonderful world. I have watched it countless times and come back for more. What a shame that Disney caved in to unfounded criticism from various groups like the NAACP and refuse to let the world enjoy this magic any longer. It is crammed with great emotions, warmth and lessons for us all.


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