People have often said that the live action part of the movie is on the boring side and that the only good part is the animation. That may be right but I'll withhold final judgment since the animation is so good that I've never given the live action bits much attention. But I think we need a reminder of these great bits because we have a generation growing up now who doesn't know that the Splash Mountain ride at Disneyland is based on an actual movie.
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah/Dollar a MinuteHere's the famous Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah song. I remember watching this in the theater as a small child and my parents telling me that Uncle Remus was about to enter a cartoon world:
How Do You Do?/The Tar BabyOn this next sequence look at how well it reads when Uncle Remus lights Br'er Frog's pipe:
The Briar Patch"Born and raised in the briar patch!:"
Everybody Has a Laughing PlaceEverybody has a laughing place, except Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear still haven't found theirs:
Not only is the animation great but so are the songs and the voice work. This last little bit is not known as being one of the animation segments in the movie but it still shows some fun live-action/animation interaction:
A good site for info on Song of the South is SongoftheSouth.net, run by Christian Willis.