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Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (1943)
Michael A. Novelli
on Saturday, November 10, 2012
Because Mendo isn't enough of a glutton for punishment, he takes a look at Coal Black and the de Sebben Dwarfs
, one of the infamous Censored Eleven
, a series of controversial Warner Bros. cartoons that are no longer available for mass consumption. This particular short addresses a subject that bothers Mendo to no end: the glorification of the military! And also, racism. That part's pretty bad, too.
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