I have seen The Three Caballeros. If anything that movie made Donald Duck's Latin bird friends José Carioca and Panchito look like a bunch of sadistic, womanizing lechers.
The movie is supposed to be a kids'/family movie.
Lol. I didn't know that was a stereotype. I know the French were stereotyped as being big Jerry Lewis fans.
Anyway, getting back on topic and on a related note, I was going to start a new thread asking what's the difference between a farm girl and a farmer's daughter but apparently they are the same thing:
"The farmer's daughter or farm girl is a term for a stock character and stereotype in fiction for the daughter of a farmer, who is often portrayed as a desirable and naïve young woman. She is described as being an 'open-air type' and 'public-spirited', who will tend to marry a hero and settle down."
The crows from the original Dumbo movie were meant to be African American caricatures but I can see why people think these characters were racist.
It's obvious why Song of the South is not ever going to be released on DVD and/or Blue Ray.