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Bring the Censored 11 to DVD (Warner Brothers)

26 Signatures Goal: 100

\"The Censored 11\" are eleven cartoons that are considered \"racist\" or \"too politically incorrect\" by today\'s standards. They consist of Hittin\' the Trail to Hallelujah Land (1931), Sunday Go to Meetin\' Time (1936), Clean Pastures (1937), Uncle Tom\'s Bungalow (1937), Jungle Jitters (1938), The Isle Of Pingo Pongo (1938), All This and Rabbit Stew (1941), Coal Black and De Sebben Dwarfs (1943), Tin Pan Alley Cats (1943), Angel Puss (1944) and Goldilocks and the Jivin\' Bears (1944). Warner Brothers has refused to allow any of them to be transmitted on television or released VHS, LaserDisc or DVD. Cartoons and movies are a window into what society\'s mores were at the time of their creation. Trying to erase the record of society\'s racial insensitivity as if it never happened does a disservice to those who fought to change societies mores. These animated shorts need to released for historical and educational purposes. Sign the petition and help free the

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http://www.animationstation.info/

Links

http://looney.goldenagecartoons.com/ltcuts/ltcuts11.html

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    Jacopo Muneratti Italy
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    ed United States
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    Kenny Biggs United States
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    Steve Stalzle United States
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    Jim Burks United States
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    Liam Henten United States
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    Mark Lindsey United Kingdom
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    Steve Dangelat United States
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    Nicholas Steek United States
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    Ashley Kimel United States
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    Chris Liberti United States
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    Terrell Robinson United States
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    Aaron Jacobson United States
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    Joshua Pate United States
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    Steven Kostis United States
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