Along with the WWII propaganda that Disney created in their cartoons, They also created a film called "Song of the South" (1946). Produced by the man himself , Walt Disney. The film is based on characters named Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit and his friends. In this film the famous song was Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah , which is still played in Walt Disney World/Land and also local convenience stores like Walgreens. "Song of The South" inspired the ride splash mountain that has remained at Disney Parks for decades. The film was never released in The United States because the Disney executives believed it was racist towards black people, although you can now view some portions in special edition Disney films.