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|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
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|Notes:||Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Indiana University, 2009.|
|Description:||xiii, 278 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
Conditions of possibility: the Disney Studios, postwar "thermidor," and the ambivalent origins of Song of the South --
"Put down the mint julep, Mr. Disney": postwar racial consciousness and Disney's critical legacy in the 1946 reception of Song of the South --
"Our most requested movie": media convergence, black ambivalence, and the reconstruction of Song of the South --
A past that never existed: coonskin, post-racial whiteness, and rewriting history in the era of Reaganism --
On tar babies and honey pots: Splash Mountain, "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah," and the transmedia dissipation of Song of the South --
Reassuring convergence: new media, nostalgia, and the internet fandom of Song of the South --
Conclusion: On rereleasing Song of the South.
|Responsibility:||by Jason Sperb.|
Disney's Most Notorious Film: Race, Convergence and the Hidden Histories of Song of the South does more than dissect a film and the pros and cons around it. In its own way, it reveals that Song of
- Song of the South (Motion picture)
- Walt Disney Productions.
- Race relations in motion pictures.
- African Americans in motion pictures.
- Stereotypes (Social psychology) in motion pictures.
- Motion picture audiences -- United States.
- Convergence (Telecommunication)
- African Americans.
- Motion picture audiences.
- Motion pictures.
- Race relations.
- Stereotypes (Social psychology)
- United States.
- Walt Disney Company.
- Song of the South