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  posted on 8/4/2003 at 01:05 PM
Since a few us had touched upon Bugs Bunny in the trade forum earlier, it reminded me that Bugs was also censored post-WWII, apparently, a reference to the female form, drawn from the Old Lucky Strike motto, no, the the more famous "LSMFT" but the one used by Merle Travis in his 1947 nr 1 hit "So Round So Firm So Fully Packed"---supposedly equating the cigarette to Mae West . The line was subsequently deleted from a Bugs Bunny episode where he says that to/about a young "animated' character.

But, just to keep with my insanity, the following is part of the BB story, ala modern day PC...note the date of birth for BB. Though several years old, still relevant.

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Cartoon Network Drops an Anvil On Plans to Show Bugs in Blackface [Free Republic]
Published: Friday, May 4, 2001 Author: SALLY BEATTY

It's a side of Bugs Bunny many fans have never seen.

In "All This and Rabbit Stew," Bugs distracts a black rabbit-hunter by rattling a pair of dice. In "Any Bonds Today?" he appears in blackface. In "Frigid Hare," Bugs calls an ungainly, bucktoothed Eskimo a "big baboon."

These and other racially charged cartoons were going to be included in a Bugs Bunny retrospective slated for next month on AOL Time Warner Inc.'s Cartoon
Network. The annual "June Bugs" event is designed to boost ratings when kids are just out of school. The sensitive cartoons -- 12 in all -- would have given
weight to Cartoon Network's claim that this year's Bugs Bunny marathon, originally intended to feature every Bugs cartoon ever created, will be a
historic television event.

In Toon With the Times
Cartoon Network executives abruptly changed course last week. The retrospective will still run in June as scheduled. But it will be a dozen cartoons short of the promise. Although the 12 cartoons were to have been presented with prominent disclaimers, Cartoon Network executives became worried that they still would be seen as offensive.

The reversal shines a light on the early days of cartoons, when racially insensitive fare was common. Ethnic stereotypes were considered fair game, and animation, an art that depends on satire and edgy humor, fell in step with everyday prejudices. Icons such as Bugs Bunny also enlisted in the government's propaganda efforts during World War II; the cartoons that emerged were in sync with the nation's sensibilities at the time.

Cartoon Network's flip-flop also offers an insight into the competing pressures inside AOL Time Warner's enormous collection of media properties.

Warner Bros., which owns the wisecracking rabbit, oversees a substantial merchandising empire that depends on protecting Bugs's image. Warner Bros. voiced its displeasure over the inclusion of the 12 cartoons, though it stopped short of a veto. A spokeswoman for Warner Bros. said it didn't tell the Cartoon Network what to do, but she declined to comment further.

Politically Incorrect Rabbit
Unflattering depictions of blacks, American Indians, Japanese and Germans are laced throughout early Bugs Bunny cartoons. Three years after Bugs had his debut in 1938 in a theatrical cartoon called "Porky's Hare Hunt," he outsmarted a dimwitted Indian in "Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt." Bugs's run-in with the black rabbit-hunter also was in theaters in 1941. In the cartoon, the pair disappear behind a bush to shoot craps. A 1942 cartoon featured Bugs Bunny imitating Al Jolson in full blackface. In a 1949 cartoon, Bugs sells tickets to "Uncle Tom's Cabinet," a spoof of Harriet Beecher Stowe's antislavery novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin."

The Cartoon Network knew a truly inclusive Bugs retrospective could offend some viewers. But with competition for cartoon lovers on the increase, people there figured that broadcasting the dozen in contention would boost Cartoon Network's claims to be "the world leader in animation." And it would be impossible to document the whole history of Bugs Bunny without showing racial stereotypes.

To address the disturbing cartoon content and to ensure that kids wouldn't be likely to see them, Cartoon Network planned to run the 12 out of chronological
order and late at night. A disclaimer was to scroll across the bottom of the screen during the broadcast: "Cartoon Network does not endorse the use of racial slurs. These vintage cartoons are presented as representative of the time in which they were created and are presented for their historical value."

"We wanted to please the animation community," says Betty Cohen, Cartoon Network's president.

But Cartoon Network's plans were at odds with efforts by Warner Bros. to keep such images out of circulation. Warner Bros. began pulling Bugs Bunny cartoons
featuring African-Americans from its TV packages in the late 1960s, sensitized by the civil-rights movement, says animation expert Jerry Beck. Cartoons featuring stereotyped American Indians disappeared from general viewing about five years ago. At about the same time, Warner Bros. withdrew a video compilation from Warner Bros. Studio Stores when it discovered that it contained a Bugs Bunny cartoon called "Bugs Nips the Nips," made during World War II.

More recently, when filmmaker Spike Lee was making the film "Bamboozled," which dealt extensively with black stereotypes in Hollywood, Warner Bros. turned down his request to include images of Bugs Bunny in blackface.

Treasure Trove
Warner Bros. lawyers repeatedly rebuffed Cartoon Network requests to screen sensitive Bugs Bunny cartoons, even for the network's own internal purposes,
says Mike Lazzo, Cartoon Network's head of programming. Turner Broadcasting launched Cartoon Network in 1992, in part to take advantage of the pre-1948 Bugs
Bunny cartoons that Ted Turner acquired when he bought the MGM film library in 1986.

Following the sale of Turner Broadcasting to Time Warner in 1996, Cartoon Network turned over rights to the cartoons to Warner Bros. Warner Bros. and Turner executives later sparred over existing commitments made by Warner Bros. to sell some Bugs Bunny TV rights to Viacom Inc.'s Nickelodeon and Walt Disney Co.'s ABC. Warner Bros. was determined to honor its contracts; Turner wanted Warner Bros. to be more supportive of the Turner networks. Last September, Bugs Bunny rights held by Nickelodeon and ABC finally expired. That cleared the way for the licensing of the entire Bugs Bunny library to Cartoon Network, thus making possible a truly comprehensive broadcast. Despite trumpeting the Bugs retrospective in February, Cartoon Network didn't tell Warner Bros. that it would present the 12 cartoons until April 26. The disclosure came in the form of a phone call Ms. Cohen says she made to a Warner Bros. marketing executive. "He wasn't thrilled about the stunt," she recalls. "He said, 'You sound like you are apologizing for this.' " Ms. Cohen says the executive left it up to her to decide what to do. "It was like, 'Hey, it's your network, you know what you're doing.' "

Asking the Boss
Ms. Cohen even spoke to Gerald Levin, AOL Time Warner's chief executive. "Somebody told me that he's always really been very concerned about these," she
says. "I just thought I better find out if that's true. He left it up to us. He said, 'Could you just look at them again?' " Ms. Cohen says. AOL Time Warner, speaking for Mr. Levin, declined to comment. After much internal debate at Cartoon Network, Ms. Cohen says she decided a week ago Friday to yank the 12 cartoons. She says she acted after concluding that an audience could well be offended by them, even with a disclaimer. "I don't like sweeping things under the rug," she adds. "I wanted to honor the intense interest that animation fans have for us, but I can't deny we're a mass medium."

The Cartoon Network now says it plans to run a separate program about Bugs Bunny cartoons made during World War II, featuring clips of unflattering portrayals of Germans and Japanese. And the network is mulling yet another special featuring clips from all 12 cartoons that have been pulled from the Bugs retrospective.


-------added comment from one reader to the original story------
I well remember seeing as a young child -- probably before 1965 -- a WWI-era Bugs Bunny cartoon where the catchy theme song was "You're a sap, sap, sap, Mister Jap!" It was definitely war propaganda but it was no worse than the popular culture anti-Iragi or anti-Iranian stuff we've seen over the past 20 years. Even at that tender age, however, I never interpreted it as meaning that we should hate the Japanese.
------- CRR correction..that is actually "You're a Sap, Mr. Jap", starring Popeye, and I use it in my modern US classes to show both the mobilization of animated heros for the war effort, and to dig deeper into the dialogue....it actually features a lot of history between Japan and the US.

By the way, Bugs in "NTN" is pretty funny, going in drag in one sequence ....when the Looney Toons movie premieres, I intend to rent a Bugs outfit and go in drag

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  posted on 8/4/2003 at 01:25 PM
Another incident of Political Correctness running over art and culture, if you ask me.
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  posted on 8/5/2003 at 01:08 PM
You'd think it's easier to change the channel than to form a protest group, but apparently not. Somebody's offended by everything at this point. CN covers its ass with both hands very often - I watch their Adult Swim programming, and they have disclaimers about the material not being suitable for kids even though AS starts at 11 pm. I'm not sure I'd watch this, but they're historical and I don't know why people can't deal with that.

 

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  posted on 8/5/2003 at 01:38 PM
Several of the VHS compilations are available for sale via the internet, though not overwhelmingly endorsed by the majors, so to speak. My own multi-generational copy of "Toons at War" has time code on it. I am in the process of converting most of it to DVD format, for "personal" use and historic preservation.

Among the gems, are Bugs in blackface for a war bonds segment, Bugs in "Nip the Nips", Popeye in "You're a Sap, Mr. Jap.", one called Tokio Jokio, and probably the most controversial of all, based on politics and ideology "Coal Black and da Sebben Dwarfs".

What I find most amazing is that the same groups, generally, that scream out about John Ashcroft and the various legislative acts since 9/11, themselves seemingly have no problem with similiar acts, under the guise of sensitivity, pc, on and on. Either history is not pretty, or, we try to bury it when it does not suit our various biases.

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  posted on 8/5/2003 at 04:26 PM
to paraphrase, learn from the past or repeat the same screw-ups over and over again. is this some misguided attempt to pretend that the race problem in america is taken care of, and was never as bad as those naughty history teachers say it is? man, i tell you. when you study history, you're automatically accused of being a pessimist and (more recently) unpatriotic when you bring up past troubles. i personally think it's a crime NOT to portray our country as flawed and imperfect. when you're infallible (or think you are), you lose that humility that allows you to respect people rather than trample on them. maybe if we could face up to the problems we have, we could a) reach solutions that could make everyone happy and b) cut down on these problems in the future.

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Either history is not pretty, or, we try to bury it when it does not suit our various biases.

I see no reason it can't be both.

Hey, Tara, I probably wrote more paper-length pieces on this site than I did at school last year. If you're one of the political types, that can happen.

 

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Anyway, at least the LGBTQ community isn't up in arms over all the episodes where Bugs appears in drag. Yet.

 

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  posted on 8/6/2003 at 04:48 AM
It is my God-given right to watch Bugs Bunny, or anything else for that matter. IT'S A PLOY, I TELL YOU!!!!!!!!! Somebody with no life, no job and entirely too much time on their hands (and not enough THC in their bloodstream!!!!!) has decided in their infinite wisdom that classic cartoon entertainment is too primitve in it's thinking for today's audience. Is this the same guy who allegedly found "phallic pornography" in the one Disney film??? I don't know, I was raised on the classic cartoons, and I'm not a racist, fascist, neo-nazi SOB. Maybe this guy is confessing his own hang-ups!!!!!!!
 

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Another incident of Political Correctness running over art and culture, if you ask me.
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Amen! Getting a little tired of everyone jumping on the bandwagon. I don't know how the entertainment business keeps being creative, constantly worrying about who is going to be offended next.

 

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  posted on 8/6/2003 at 10:05 AM
And what about Marvin Martian? I for one, am sick of seeing aliens depicted in such a demeaning manner! One would think that all extraterestrials run around with a dust broom attached to their heads! This is just unacceptable!

 

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  posted on 8/6/2003 at 08:55 PM
hee hee - hey marley, you see who raised me - three guesses whether i'm "political"

i just wish they'd show less bugs and more daffy - daffy was always the better character anyway. everyone loves the underdog, right?

 

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  posted on 8/7/2003 at 12:30 AM
I have a tape of Bugs Bunny cartoons that are set in WWII where Daffy Duck makes fun of the Germans/Japanese and there's a part where Hitler gets mad and starts cursing in german.

There's another segment on that tape where there's this bird and an african tribesman hunting it.

I remember seeing cartoons of bugs where he would dress up in drag. :lol:

 
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  posted on 8/7/2003 at 01:03 AM
Yeah, I suppose the "if" there was unnecessary.

Hey, Dr. Seuss did some propaganda cartoons during WWII. Let's see how long it takes until he gets banned. Then again, there's a new Cat in the Hat movie coming (starring Mike Myers), so that might take care of it...

 

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  posted on 8/7/2003 at 07:16 AM
Cat in the Hat...oh my, soon PETA might be involved

Let's see, other concepts with such figures that may be ruled out eventually

Killing two birds with one stone---bad bad
You f*king cockroach (Sonny Montana in Scarface)---bad bad
Blind as a bat---double bad bad
As low as a snake in the grass-bad bad
Henpecked----bad bad
He/she is mousy, or, quiet as a mouse---bad bad
Hawkeye--bad bad
Eagleeye-bad bad
Wallstreet bulls, bears, and sharks-bad bad
I am the walrus--bad bad

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Let's see ... which dumb-ass at Cartoon Network decided to get anal about Bugs Bunny? Bad. BAAAD!

 

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Henpecked----bad bad
That one actually does suck. It's sexist and, perhaps more interesting, inaccurate - hens don't peck roosters, it's the other way around. Whoever made that up didn't know much about animals.

 

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my favorite propaganda looney tune is one from WWII where the three little pigs join up:

"you're in the army now
you're not behind a plow
you're diggin' a ditch
[film freezes and sound cuts off]
you're in the army now"

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Ever wonder why Disney hasn't re-released "Song Of The South"? hmmmm........

 

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That title is one example of locking up content via copyright. The movie was originally released in 1947 or 48, got two (2) academy awards, including one for Hattie McDaniel---remember her, she also got an academy award for "Gone with the Wind"...so Halle Berry et al can really shut up about black woman being shut out of such recognition...I guess it depends upon which role was better....the steppin fetchit kind or the I will sleep with a racist white prison guard....

Anyway, Disney pulled TSOTS out of circulation and has not yet released it on DVD. THe typical reason for pulling a Disney film out of circulation is to re-release in subsequent generations or formats. Not so in this case....they fear the bottom line. It it availabe on VHS or Video Disc legally through third parties....Ebay, independent dealers, but not legally available on DVD....I stress the word "legally", as there are many many outlets, here and abroad, physically and via the internet that make TSOTS available on DVD. And, many are not encrypted via the CSS format.....OR, so I have been led to understand.

The compliation Toons at War is also available through many third parties, but not sanctioned for DVD release as it would require permission from the various majors, ie., Disney, Warners, et al. Again, it is the bottom line (in a negative manner) that leads them to lock up content via copyright control.

If you are familiar with the Corbis folks, a similar thing has occurred. Though now owned by Bill Gates, that project was designed to gather up a number of images, control their release and subsequently charge up the ying yang for copies. The Corbis folks forget, seemingly, that numbers of folks had already acquired copies of the images legally, either through purchase directly from the producer, or, via public domain. It attempted to prevent those folks from profiting.....last word I recall was that Corbis was not prevailing in that goal.

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  posted on 8/10/2003 at 04:29 PM
whoa...
You'd think that Uncle Remus would have broader appeal.
(Remember when Sambo's Restaurant changed their name?)
Our culture grows up very slowly. One way to help is to acknowledge the past, take the rap for it, and get on with the show.
"Song Of The South", which I have on tape, is a great film. Yes. It stereotypes the Hell out of folks. So did "Dumbo". But, no one yanked that one.
I'm thankful that we're not so super sensitive that we'd pull "Sneeches" or "Horton Hears A Who" because they express prejudice (even tho' Suess went out of his way to show how damaging "Profiling" can be..."Boil that dustspeck! Boil! Boil! Boil!").
The Disney Machine has been trying to whitewash our lives for far too long (not to mention all the sh*tty pop stars they've thrown up on us). I'll bet even ol' Walt himself had to bribe his way through the Golden Gates.

 

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can we even start on the whole "Mighty Mouse was a cokehead" deal?

 

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hmmmm, was Popeye realliy using spinach to become so powerful, hmmmmm, me thinks it was some other leafy green substance ;0

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can we even start on the whole "Mighty Mouse was a cokehead" deal?

I'm trying SO hard not to make a terrible Speedy Gonzalez joke...

Carlos, Popeye always got really energetic and motivated after eating the spinach... I've never seen that happen with the other leafy green stuff you're talking about. Maybe if it was laced with something.

 

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I remember the old "Barney Miller" episode where Wojo's girlfriend supplied the precinct with some Alice B. Toklas brownies. Everybody got a little laid-back except for Fish, who turned into Super Cop. One of my all-time favorite television moments!

 

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  posted on 8/13/2003 at 06:50 AM
Marley wrote:
"Carlos, Popeye always got really energetic and motivated after eating the spinach... I've never seen that happen with the other leafy green stuff you're talking about. Maybe if it was laced with something."

-----hmmmmmmm, olive oyl?

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