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User [[User:StefCW|StefCW]] found some of the edits, "dismissed from canon", is incorrect, like ''[[An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island]]'' for instance. According to the user, that movie is still part of the franchise's canon, but a lot were to be omitted from [[An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster|the next and final film]]. I mean there is such thing as removed by [[Wikipedia:Censorship|censorship]], as there were a lot of political incorrectnesses, involving [[Wikipedia:Racism|racism]], [[Wikipedia:Police brutality|policie corruption]], and [[Wikipedia:Labor rights|worker's rights]]. A lot of people liked [[Cholena]], but she and the Lenape mice were depicted as [[Wikipedia:Native American Stereotypes|Native American stereotypes]]. Universal Studios withheld the movie for over year due to such concepts, fearing it would be a difficult film to market before confirming the release date. Look at ''Song of the South'' by [[Wikipedia:Walt Disney|Walt Disney]] from 1946. The Disney company will not release it on any home media in the North America due to the racial controversy. Even Mammy Two Shoes remains absent after the 1952 ''Tom and Jerry'' short, ''[[Wikipedia:Push Button Kitty|Push Button Kitty]]'' I just wanted to let you know according to StefCW.<ac_metadata title="Let me inform you of something."> </ac_metadata>
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User [[User:StefCW|StefCW]] found some of the edits, "dismissed from canon", is incorrect, like ''[[An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island]]'' for instance. According to the user, that movie is still part of the franchise's canon, but a lot were to be omitted from [[An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster|the next and final film]]. I mean there is such thing as removal by [[Wikipedia:Censorship|censorship]], as there were a lot of political incorrectnesses, involving [[Wikipedia:Racism|racism]], [[Wikipedia:Police brutality|police corruption]], and [[Wikipedia:Labor rights|worker's rights]]. A lot of people liked [[Cholena]], but she and the Lenape mice were depicted as [[Wikipedia:Native American Stereotypes|Native American stereotypes]]. Universal Studios withheld the movie for over year due to such concepts, fearing it would be a difficult film to market before confirming the release date. Look at ''Song of the South'' by [[Wikipedia:Walt Disney|Walt Disney]] from 1946. The Disney company will not release it on any home media in the North America due to the racial controversy. Even Mammy Two Shoes remains absent after the 1952 ''Tom and Jerry'' short, ''[[Wikipedia:Push Button Kitty|Push Button Kitty]]'' I just wanted to let you know according to StefCW. <ac_metadata title="Let me inform you of something."> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 00:16, June 24, 2019

User StefCW found some of the edits, "dismissed from canon", is incorrect, like An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island for instance. According to the user, that movie is still part of the franchise's canon, but a lot were to be omitted from the next and final film. I mean there is such thing as removal by censorship, as there were a lot of political incorrectnesses, involving racism, police corruption, and worker's rights. A lot of people liked Cholena, but she and the Lenape mice were depicted as Native American stereotypes. Universal Studios withheld the movie for over year due to such concepts, fearing it would be a difficult film to market before confirming the release date. Look at Song of the South by Walt Disney from 1946. The Disney company will not release it on any home media in the North America due to the racial controversy. Even Mammy Two Shoes remains absent after the 1952 Tom and Jerry short, Push Button Kitty I just wanted to let you know according to StefCW.

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