Song of the South

Synopsis: Uncle Remus draws upon his tales of Brer Rabbit to help little Johnny deal his confusion over his parents' separation as well as his new life on the plantation. The tales: The Briar Patch, The Tar Baby and Brer Rabbit's Laughing place.
Production: Walt Disney
  Won 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
55%
APPROVED
Year:
1946
94 min
49 Views


Where do you want me to put dishyer trunk?

Doshy:
Put it in the.. Oh well, never mind.

Perhaps I'd better show him myself. Come along.

Doshy:
Now be careful you don't bump into things.

John:
Sally...

John:
Well? What are you going to tell her?

Have you changed your mind,

John:
or are you still going to stay?

Sally:
Oh, I have to stay John.

It wouldn't be fair to mama.

Sally:
She has enough responsibility --

I'm not going to saddle her with ours.

John:
But it's only for a short time.

She's be only too glad to take care of Johnny.

Toby:
When dat big han' gits straight up,

watch out!

Toby:
What I tell you!

John:
Oh, Miss Doshy, Sally wants Johnny to stay

here for awhile... with you.

Doshy:
What will you do?

John:
Oh, I'm going back.

And I want Sally to go with me.

Sally:
It's no use, John.

I'm not going back.

John:
Then... I'll have to go without you.

And I'd better hurry, or I'll miss my train.

Doshy:
Miss it! You won't regret it.

Johnny:
Daddy? You're going back?

John:
Yes, son.

Johnny:
Why?

John:
I have to.

Johnny:
But -- You -- You've never left mama and me before.

John:
No, I know. But I've got a job

to do, and you've got one too.

John:
Taking care of mother and grandmother.

You'll do that now for me, won't you?

John:
Goodbye, son.

John:
Goodbye Miss Doshy.

Doshy:
Goodbye John.

John:
Goodbye Sally.

Sally:
Goodbye.

Johnny:
Daddy! Don't! Don't go! Please Daddy!

Please! I won't stay here!

Johnny:
If you go, I'm going too!

Johnny Crying

Music Chorus:
That's what Uncle Remus said,

Music Chorus:
Listen now to what I say.

That's how the critters got that way.

Music Solo:
The leopard's pappy got the gout

from eatin' too much speckle trout.

Music Solo:
His mammy dreamed of polka dots.

Chorus:
That's how the leopard got his spots.

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