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Rare Banned Politically Incorrect Cartoons (4 DVDs Box Set)

Rare Banned Politically Incorrect Cartoons (4 DVDs Box Set)
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History of Banned, Racist and Censored Cartoons

Between 1930 and 1950, animators at Warner Brothers, Walt Disney, MGM, Merrie Melodies, Looney Tunes, R.K.O., and many other independent studios, produced thousands of cartoons containing racial stereotypes and references to alcohol, adultery, female anatomy, cross-dressing, gambling, marijuana, pornography, sexual situations, smoking, and suicides (i.e. a frustrated Bugs Bunny blows himself up).

This period is now known as the golden age of animation, and until the mid 1960s, cartoons were screened before all feature films. Later, these same cartoons would cycle endlessly for decades on broadcast TV or cable syndication. To modern audiences, many of these cartoons are quite shocking and graphically illustrate how pervasive and institutionalized racism was in our culture just a short time ago.

Ownership of Warner Bros. cartoons passed to United Artists in 1968 and they created a "Censored 11" list of cartoons they refused to air or make available for purchase on any media. Since then, because of objections by parents, sensitive sponsors, timid corporate policy, and changing cultural mores, many more classic cartoons were heavily edited or pulled from syndication. Many have already been lost forever.

Studios are so protective of their classic characters like Bugs Bunny that in 2000, when Spike Lee made Bamboozled (a film dealing extensively with black stereotypes in Hollywood), Warner Bros/United Artists denied his request to include images of Bugs in blackface from the classic wartime cartoon Any Bonds Today. In 2001, the people at Cartoon Network announced a "June Bugs" marathon, where they promoted their intention to show every single Bugs Bunny short. Warner Bros/United Artists quickly stepped in and dictated to Cartoon Network which shorts could not be shown.

These cartoons, like the clich� goes, were a product of their times and represent a period of American history where views were very different than they are now. While they are certainly not suitable for viewing by children without adult supervision and guidance, they are important historical documents that should be available to all. They are necessary for the development of anyone's cultural and historical literacy.

It is also important to remember that they were intended to be funny, not hurtful. One does not have to look far to find many other examples of racial stereotyping in popular media in the first half of the 20th century. Radio shows, movies, and comic strips were filled with caricatures of Blacks, Native Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Jews, and many other ethnic groups. It is to our great credit that we have evolved as far as we have since then, but we should preserve our history and not try to rewrite it in some Orwellian attempt to excise those parts of it that we now find abhorrent.

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131 Episodes on 4 DVDs:
A Corny Concerto (1943)
A Coy Decoy (1941, Daffy & Porky)
A Feather In His Hare (1948, Bugs Bunny)
A Great Big Bunch of You (1932)
A Jolly Good Furlough (1943, Popeye)
A Lecture on Camouflage (1944, Snafu)
Ain't Nature Grand (1931, Bosko)
Ali Baba Bound (1940, Porky Pig)
All This And Rabbit Stew (1941, Bugs Bunny)
An Itch in Time (1943)
Angel Puss (1944)
Any Bonds Today (1942, Bugs Bunny)
Aviation Vacation (1941)
Bacall to Arms (1946)
Bad Luck Blackie (1949)
Bars and Stripes Forever (1939)
Battling Bosko (1932)
Big Hearted Bosko (1932)
Big Man From the North (1931, Bosko)
Blackboard Jumble (1957)
Blitz Wolf (1942, Hitler)
Blooper Bunny (1991, Bugs Bunny)
Booby Traps (1944, Snafu)
Boom Boom (1936, Porky Pig)
Bosko and Bruno (1932)
Bosko and Honey (1932)
Bosko at the Beach (1932)
Bosko at the Zoo (1932)
Bosko Shipwrecked! (1931)
Bosko the Doughboy (1931)
Bosko the Lumberjack (1932)
Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid (1929)
Bosko's Dizzy Date (1932)
Bosko's Dog Race (1932)
Bosko's Fox Hunt (1931)
Bosko's Holiday (1931)
Bosko's Party (1932)
Bosko's Picture Show (1933, Bosko actually says the F word!)
Bosko's Soda Fountain (1931)
Bosko's Store (1932)
Bugs Bunny 51st Special Cartoon Network
Bugs Bunny Bonds
Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips (1944, Bugs Bunny)
Bushy Hare (1950, Bugs Bunny)
Caballero Droopy (1952)
Car of Tomorrow (1951)
Cartoon Network Toon Heads
Cat's Meow (1957)
Caveman Inki (1950)
Caveman Stuff
Clean Pastures (1937)
Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (1943)
Confederate Honey (1940, Elmer Fudd)
Confusions of A Nutzy Spy (1943, Porky Pig)
Daffy-The Commando (1943, Daffy Duck)
Daredevil Droopy (1951)
Disney - 1943 - Education For Death
Disney - Lambert The Sheepish Lion (1952)
Disney - The Thrifty Pig (1941)
Dixieland Droopy (1954)
Donald Duck - Der Fuehrers Face
Donald Duck - The Spirit Of '43
Droopy Leprechaun (1958, Droopy Dog)
Droopy's Good Deed (1951, Droopy Dog)
Eliza On Ice (1944, Mighty Mouse, Simon LeGree)
Flintstones Winston Cigarettes Ad (1961)
Fresh Hare (1942, Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd)
From Hand To Mouse (1944)
Garden Gopher (1950, Spike the Dog)
Gold Diggers Of '49 (1935, Porky Pig)
Goldilocks And The Jivin' Bears (1944)
Goofy Groceries (1941)
Grin And Share It (1957, Droopy Dog)
Ha! Ha! Ha! (1934, Betty Boop)
Half-Pint Pygmy (1948, George and Junior)
Happy-Go-Nutty (1944)
Have You Got Any Castles (1938)
Henpecked Hoboes (1946, George and Junior)
Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt (1941, Bugs Bunny)
Hittin' The Trail For Hallelujah Land (1931)
Hop And Go (1943)
Horse Hare (1960, Bugs Bunny)
Inki And The Lion (1941)
Inki And The Minah Bird (1943)
Inki At The Circus (1947)
Island Fling (1947, Popeye)
It Happened To Crusoe (1941)
Jerky Turkey (1945)
Jungle Jitters (1938)
Little 'Tinker (1948)
Little Black Sambo (1932)
Lucky Ducky (1948)
Magical Maestro (1952)
Millionaire Droopy (1956)
Mississippi Hare (1949, Bugs Bunny)
Mutts About Racing (1958)
One Droopy Knight (1957)
Plane Daffy
Pop-Pie A La Mode (1945, Popeye)
Red Hot Riding Hood (1943)
Russian Rhapsody (1944, Hitler)
Scrap Happy Daffy (1943, Daffy Duck, Hitler)
Scrap The Japs (1942, Popeye)
Scrub Me Momma With A Boogie Beat (1941)
September In The Rain (1937)
Sh-h-h-h-h-h (1955)
Sheep Wrecked (1958, Droopy Dog)
Sioux Me (1939)
Sunday Go To Meetin' Time (1936)
Swing Social (1940)
Swing Wedding (1937)
T.V. of Tomorrow (1953)
The Cuckoo Clock (1950)
The Ducktators (1942, Hitler)
The Early Bird Dood It (1942)
The Hick Chick (1946)
The Isle Of Pingo Pongo (1938)
The Little Lion Hunter (1939, Inki)
The Oily American (1954)
The Wartime Cartoons
Tin Pan Alley Cats (1943)
Tokio Jokio (1943)
Toon Heads 2
Toon Heads 3
Toon Heads Trivia
Uncle Tom's Bungalow (1937)
Uncle Tom's Cabana (1947, Simon LeGree)
Voodoo In Harlem (1938)
What's Cookin' Doc (1944)
Which Is Witch (1949)
Wise Quackers (1949, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd)

Rare Banned Politically Incorrect Cartoons Includes Free Bonus:
4 hours of TV Commercials from the 1990's ($5.95 value)

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