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Why don't they want us to see the Movie, "Song Of The South"?
(now watch the ***** I get on this one from the politically correct Poo Poo crowd)
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Harry, where did you get that from? I didn't even know I was supposed to despise Cartoonist "Al Capp," and I'm a diehard liberal. As far as Norman Rockwell, it's not liberals who dislike him, it's anybody born after 1950, who finds his work sappy. But, older liberals, like my parents, love him, and I went to a retrospective a few years ago (at the "liberal" Guggenheim), and was really impressed with some of his more political posters.
What does that movie have to do with Al Capp and Norman Rockwell? I've never seen the movie, but I think it's one of those films that makes fun of black people through its animation.
No, the reason they don't want you to see it is, the story takes place in the days of slavery in the deep south, and some of the slaves are actually "singing" and they are smiling and "dancing" by a campfire, the "Looneys" don't want you to think there might have been any salves that felt happy enough to "sing and dance".