Especially if it's to a place with an enjoyable atmosphere.
There you go qualifying things.
I'm almost positive that Song of the South was available on VHS for a while. I'm pretty sure it's available on DVD in other countries. But Disney is so dead set against releasing anything that might make them look bad, it's unavailable. It doesn't matter it's the source of Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, one of their most famous songs. It doesn't matter there is possibly offensive material in other works like Dumbo. It doesn't matter that old black slave is actually the hero of the story and the white slave owning parents are portrayed as abusive/neglectful.
Now, that's based on my understanding of the plot. I've only read the summary on Wikipedia, as it never comes out of the "Disney Vault" in the US.
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