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Banned Cartoon - Clean Pastures

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Clean Pastures (1937)
EN : Clean Pastures is a Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by I. Freleng, produced by Leon Schlesinger, and released to theatres on May 22, 1937 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. The cartoon is a parody of Warner Bros.' 1936 film, The Green Pastures. It tells of an ersatz Heaven called "Pair-O-Dice" and its angels' efforts to win souls from "Hades Inc." A Stepin Fetchit caricature fails to recruit any souls in Harlem, New York City. However, jazz-singing angels incorporate "rhythm" into the pitch, and Harlem's African Americans follow them as they dance their way to Heaven.s animated cartoon directed by I. Freleng, produced by Leon Schlesinger, and released to theatres on May 22, 1937 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. The cartoon is a parody of Warner Bros.' 1936 film, The Green Pastures. It tells of an ersatz Heaven called "Pair-O-Dice" and its angels' efforts to win souls from "Hades Inc." A Stepin Fetchit caricature fails to recruit any souls in Harlem, New York City. However, jazz-singing angels incorporate "rhythm" into the pitch, and Harlem's African Americans follow them as they dance their way to Heaven.
In 1968 the cartoon became a part of the Censored Eleven, a group of cartoons banned from syndication by the United Artists due to the controversy surrounding their racially stereotypical content.
FR : "Clean Pastures" est un dessin animé réalisé par I. Freleng , produit par Leon Schlesinger , et sorti en salles le 22 mai 1937 par Warner Bros et Vitaphone . Le dessin animé est une parodie du film de 1936, "The Green Pastures" . Il parle d'un ersatz de paradis appelé " Pair- O -Dice » et raconte les efforts de ses anges pour gagner des âmes de « Hadès Inc. ". Une caricature de l'humoriste noir Stepin Fetchit ne parvient pas à recruter des âmes à Harlem , New York City . Cependant , les anges chanteurs de jazz intègrent le «rythme» dans le discours et les Afro-Américains de Harlem les suivent en dansant sur le chemin vers le paradis. de syndication par la United Artists .
En 1968, la bande dessinée est devenue une partie de la Censored Eleven, un groupe de dessins animés interdits de syndication par la United Artists .en raison de la controverse entourant leur contenu raciste stéréotypé .