Walt disney case study

Narrator : Disney had been thinking about the Joel Chandler Harris stories for years; he had optioned them during his 1939 spending spree following  Snow White . The Uncle Remus stories were uncomplicated; the politics were not. Harris had set the action on a plantation in the Deep South just after the Civil War, which meant Disney's adaptation would have to negotiate the questions of slavery and race in America -- a dicey proposition after World War II, when white supremacists in the South were fighting tooth and nail to maintain racial segregation.

Walt disney case study

walt disney case study


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