Santa's Workshop is one of those ancient cartoons that you can still catch on TV around the holidays. It's a family tradition for many people to sit in front of the TV set and watch this one, except when it's aired now, it's slightly edited. What's taken out? This scene: While Santa is working on baby dolls, a white, blonde-haired, blue-eyed doll comes down the chute and he teaches it how to say "Mama," before stamping her butt with "OK." But then a black doll flies down the chute, lands face first, gets up, and in a raspy voice yells, "Mammy!" and stamps her own butt—all while Santa has a chuckle at some good ol' fashion racism.
The Dolls in Santa's Workshop (1932)