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Desc:Just in case you ever wanted to know
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic Movies
Tags:Disney, racism, Native Americans, peter pan, injuns
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Comment count is 25
DerangedGoblin - 2008-05-04
I'd love to see "What makes the yellow man yellow" and "What makes the black man black"
Xenocide - 2008-05-04
What makes the Mexican man DESTROY AMERICA?

IrishWhiskey - 2009-12-07
The Curse of Ham. Duh.

SolRo - 2008-05-04
the 3 year old is too young to smoke but the 7 year old and 10 year old aren't...
halon - 2008-05-04
+5 for hilarious racism, +5 because damn that really is some great animation
fluffy - 2008-05-04
And another +5 for sexism, what with Wendy being sent off to fetch firewood while all the boys get to have fun and make mother-in-law jokes.

Harveyjames - 2008-05-05
A lot of it is rotoscoped, though

Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-04
Send the plain white girl out for firewood while you score with the Chief's daughter.
Dinkin Flicka - 2008-05-05
So many things in this I'd want no child to see and think was alright...
thebaronsdoctor - 2008-05-18
It's not that racist when you think about it. I mean, it's pretty obvious those Indians are just trying to fuck with whitey's head.

SharoKham - 2008-05-05
Even in this insane ancient cultural relic, they admit the Earth is at least millions of years old. I find that funny.
Cleaner82 - 2008-05-05
I completely forgot about this. Ah Disney, the cartoony mirror of a culture's bigotry.
tenten - 2008-05-05
For a spoiled rich girl Wendy sure knows how to cut some good-looking firewood.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-05-05
You can always count on Disney for being informative on other people's cultures.
zatojones - 2008-05-05
My guess: the devil
chumbucket - 2008-05-05
I totally forgot about this stuff when I bought the DVD for my kids, SURPRISE!!
thebaronsdoctor - 2008-05-05
Well at least now they'll know what made the red man red.

It's an important life lesson that far too many kids don't learn these days.

King of Balls - 2008-05-05
Stuck in my head since age 5.
King of Balls - 2008-05-05
Sometimes I hum this when I'm drunk.

Whitaker - 2008-10-07
I remember once having to babysit two Disney-mad kids, who wanted to watch "Peter Pan." I also remember having to spend about half an hour afterwards attempting to explain what was wrong with this particular song number to them in terms that a seven-year-old and a five-year-old could understand.

Spastic Avenger - 2009-07-10
They're neverland indians though; theyre not meant to be real cultures, but a representation of how a child thinks of native americans. The pirates are the same.
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-09-07
That's some pretty meta rationalization, using the nature of the narative itself to make your point.

In fact, I think you have actually convinced me to change my somewhat hostile reaction to the video into one of general ambivalence.

It's Neverland. By its very nature, it is childish. Neat.

Rev. Blackson Pollock - 2009-11-03
If anyone dubs over "Dances With Wolves" with this I'm naming my firstborn after them.

notascientist - 2010-03-17
Ok, but what makes the aliens in Avatar blue?
Vicious - 2010-12-30
Furry spunk.

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