@Defunctland episode on Tales of the Okefenokee (later changed to "Monster Plantation") the proto-Splash Mountain from Six Flags Georgia, which only stopped flying the Confederate flag in 2017.
Also, Song of the South is a racist minstrel show of a movie, and Disney in the 80s ABSOLUTELY knew that but did the ride anyway.
SotS is not particularly hard to find, at archive org and elsewhere. But unfortunately it reinforces common tropes from blackface minstrel shows.
In those shows, white people portrayed negative stereotypes of black people who claimed that the South was somehow better in the past (when black people were enslaved).
This nostalgia for the "old South" was entirely created by racist white people, and is most of the basis for this film, as well as the American Confederacy worship that still continues today somehow. Gross. Leave it in the past.
These days people think they've seen Song of the South when they haven't (or haven't seen it since early childhood). They basically saw a highlight reel. The live-action stuff is pretty dull, and very white, for lack of a better word.
Jon Weiner writes:
A nauseating movie.
Disney characters are the only remaining minstrel-styled cartoons still in use, aren't they? (Mickey & assoc., Goofy)
I don't see felix the cat getting much play. (Is he?)
Cuphead came under a lot of controversy for this for a lot of reasons. (Many racist WB cartoons used dice/the devil.) Technically Sonic the Hedgehog was also based on Felix the Cat and Donald Duck originally, though he's far removed from those inspirations in the end.
It's complicated because later creators were inspired by 30s/40s cartoons much more innocently, and were watching versions of, say, WB content that cut out the most offensive stuff. (The first Looney Tune, Sinkin in the Bathtub, has been censored almost since its release.)
I am, myself, a restorationist of old film and video, and it's always hard to decide what to do with this stuff, except to say that old media gets forgotten and pushed down the memory hole all the time because people don't care anymore, and sometimes we should do that on purpose.