Song of the South movie

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Video Codec mpeg4
Resolution 640x480
Video Bitrate 1040kb
Audio Codec mp3
Audio Channels 2
Audio Bitrate 128kb
FPS 30000
File Size 673 Mb
Preview File Size 14 Mb
Language en
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Ruth Warrick, Bobby Driscoll, James Baskett, Luana Patten, Lucile Watson, Hattie McDaniel, Erik Rolf, Glenn Leedy, Mary Field, Anita Brown, Georgie Nokes, Gene Holland, Nick Stewart, Johnny Lee, Cherie DeCastro,


Harve Foster


  1. bts1984 from Portugal
    Nov 24, 2010

    A forgotten and valuable Disney gem

    To get why this movie is considered offensive or racist is beyond my
    intelligence. Seriously, what is the people's problem? Apparently it
    won't even be released on DVD just because of this stupid controversy.

    While the movie looks hopelessly dated, its charm stands the test of
    time. Even if the movie looks very old (it is very old indeed), the
    old-fashioned locations and sceneries keep their beauty and
    enchantment. It's pure.

    This is one of the earliest films combining color, live-action and
    animation – which wasn't very common at the time and is enough to make
    it feel special. All these sophistications also make it something
    "avant-garde" or "forward thinking" for its time and I bet they also
    made it a quite expensive movie.

    This innovative combination works very well. The movie itself is
    clearly an improvement over 'Saludos Amigos' and 'The Three

    In the live-action sequences, this movie has some humor, but also lots
    of drama and some harsh (even devastating) scenes to watch, such as the
    innocent Johnny and Ginny being abused by Ginny's sadistic brothers
    (and their cruel intentions towards the innocent puppy) and other
    dramatic scenes. Ginny's brothers aren't likable, but Johnny's mother
    isn't exactly a likable person as well.

    The animated sequences with Br'er Rabbit, Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear are
    a comic relief and indeed they could hardly be more fun. Now these
    can't possibly fail to make you grin. Each one is more hysterical than
    the previous. Excellent for some real laughters. Now that's what I call
    real humor. Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear are so stupid you've just gotta
    laugh out loud.

    Bobby Driscoll and Luana Patten make a perfect, adorable and
    innocent-looking couple of children. Both offer fine performances.
    James Baskett is good as Uncle Remus and even better (and
    unrecognizable) as Br'er Fox's voice.

    Title in Portugal: 'A Canção do Sul'.

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