Disclaimer by Disney+ on of explicit stereotypes in the movies

Disney+ presents you with a number of the old films, that is, through the media, to show a disclaimer about potentially offensive stereotypes.

On several animated films, including Dumbo, The Jungle Book and Peter Pan, to get viewers, according to USA Today, a message is displayed: “This film is presented in its original version and may contain some outdated cultural views.”

For instance, in Dumbo, a crow named Jim Crow, and to do so with a stereotypical African-American accent. Jim Crow was a caricature of an African-American slave who, in 1828, the comedian, Thomas Rice, was developed. It was also the name used for the segregatiewetten in the same period of time in the southern states of America to ensure that both black and white people separate from each other, they had to live.

In The Aristocats, and Lady and the Tramp are Siamese cats, and to do so with a stereotypical Asian accent. The roles are voiced by white actors. In other films, including Aladdin, and Pinocchio, are warned against the use of tobacco products.

Disney+ is on Tuesday, officially launched after a trial in the Netherlands since the end of september. The various series and movies that are exclusive to the site, such as the new Star Wars franchise, The Mandalorian, and The World, According to Jeff Goldblum, and a liveactionversie from Lady and the Tramp.

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