Li'l Sambo, a whistling black boy, struts along wearing a huge hat and baggy pants. He sings "Mammy's Little Baby Loves Short'n Bread" on his way to the... (more)
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First Warner Bros. cartoon with director (rather than supervision) credits on the screen. In 1968, United Artists (then owners of the A.A.P. library of pre-1948 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies... (more)
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|Comments By: damfine|
Even though this is one of the infamous "censored 11", there is nothing really offensive. The character doing all the well executed cartoony schtick happens to be black. By banning this cartoon, we send the message any black figure in anything... (read more)
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|Comments By: Merrytune|
This always gets so much hype because of it's "censored 11" status, but really I found it very boring and humourless. If "Li'l Sambo" had been a little white boy, this cartoon would have been long... (read more)
2 of 5 people found this comment useful
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