We just don't get why Songs of the South has never been re-released (unless you don't mind watching a Japanese laserdisc). What's so racist about a former slave happily telling white children stories, singing Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah while still living on the plantation that enslaved him? Oh, that's right, everything.
Songs of the South is so racist that most people haven't even seen a clip, let alone the whole movie. We're sure it exists somewhere in its entirety on the Internet, but watching it would just enrage us. As if pretending to be an overly happy black man singing to animated birds wasn't enough, James Baskett wasn't even allowed to attend the movie's premiere in Atlanta because the city was still racially segregated. Icing on top of the vanilla cake.