Top 10 Most Racist Disney Movies
Rating: ☆ // Review: ''Lady and the Tramp'' is a disgusting movie featuring asian cats with pointed eyes, making the cats have a clear asian look. This movie is horrible and is pretty racist in my opinion. This is purely my opinion, so feel free to share yours, whether you agree or not. Thanks for viewing my review + rating, and for your time as well.
This should be at the number 1 spot. It is one of the most racist and disgusting movies I've ever seen. I'm just glad that in the live action remake they replaced the siamese cats with different characters.
The Asian cats have names Si and Am their song is the most racist song ever
this should be number one.
Those Asian cats are hilarious! Look at their Asian eyes! Squinty!
That song "What makes the Red Man Red?" is just wrong.
Yep,"what makes the red man red? "
I still love that movie.
They cover her with flour to lighten up her skin tone in order to be accepted in the white British lands. What a bad message that not only is racist, but also tells little girls to apply a lot of makeup and products to change their skin tones and to be accepted by others.
This is way more racist than the sharecropping from SOTS, the siamese cats (and maybe the Italians) from L&TT, the crows from Dumbo, the Chinese cat from Aristocats, I mean, Pocahontas was DEAD.
This movie was so sad I can't believe they made her put flour on her skin to make her lighter!
See. This is why White people are racist. But hey! That's just who they are.
NO! They are stereotypes, but not bad ones. I loved these guys. They had class. They had style. They were fun. I may not know for sure, since I am not African American, but still.
Off course this movie has to be number one.
How is this movie racist?
This movie makes me feel uncomfortable with the amount of racist stereotypes in it.
It's super racist. Arabians are WAY better than this movie makes them seem. The live action fixes all the problems
This makes Arabians seem evil. The live action is way less racist.
It's still a fantastic movie, though!
It can be interpreted as racist, but its really against racism.
Wasn't that a anti nazi short? I love the short
and it's memorable (depends on you're
perspective) in my opinion.
Even though it's not really a movie it's still on here because I can
While the entire plot is about "being with your own kind", it is hardly stereotypical, King Louie was originally meant to be voiced by a black man, but an ape voiced by a black man would be racist, so even in 1967, this was not OK to have a black man voice an ape, so a white man "Louis Prima" was brought in. Either way, the plot of the film can be taken the wrong way, but for reasons related to not race, but Louis Prima's wife, King Louie is mostly gone in later adaptations and TaleSpin was temporarily banned until a deal can be made.
I love the movie though.
Sebastian the stereotyped Jamaican crab!
Don't even get me started on the blackfish.
No black people. So racist.
Oh boo to this list!
This beyond unreasonable movie practically encourages complete hatred and genocide of Native Americans, but I still see it in some stores and a few streaming services. It's as if the rights of Native Americans don't matter as long as majority people are satisfied. Please feel free to comment if you agree with my concern.
This movie practically gives encouragement of hatred and genocide to Native Americans, but I still see it posted on some streaming services and in some stores. It's as if the rights of Native Americans don't matter, as long as majority people are satisfied.
Literally calls Africa a country rather than a continent.
The love monkey definitely comes across as some sort of offensive black stereotype.
Oh yeah, Nick looks like a furry redhead.
This movie is about stopping racism.
A girl with skin white as snow is the most beautiful woman in the land? That is about as racist as you can get, why are they enforcing the idea that white= pretty?
No this is not racist!
A good number of the characters appear to be insensitive ethnic stereotypes of sorts.
I still like this movie!
This makes no sense!
Stromboli is kind of an offensive Romani stereotype when you think about it.
That's because the movie takes place in rennaisance era/enlightenment era Scandinavia. There were no black people.