THIS VHS WAS A MERE PRANK. THIS IS NOT REAL, AND I SEVERELY APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. If I can make it up to any of you guys, I'll set a download link to the file, which is the entire tape transferred to a file. PM me if your interested.
Well well, you never know what you can find out in the wild, because it goes to show you can find gems like this one. This tape was used for promotional uses only by the distributors of the Walt Disney Company. According to the way it looks, this dates back to 1995, most likely to pair up with the release of "So Dear to my Heart" in 1994. As we all know, Song of the South was never supposed to see the light of day after the very last cinema showing in 1986. Bits of it leaked on various DVD's such as the "One Hour in Wonderland" segment on the "Alice in Wonderland" DVD, and the short 8 second clip in "The Making of Fun and Fancy Free". This tape has 1. FBI Warnings 2. Walt Disney Home Video Logo (1986) 3. Buena Vista Logo 4. Film
Nothing appears at the end of this tape except a "END OF TAPE" bit showing the production stuff and all the other distribution info. So was Song of the South going to have an initial release? We will see soon or later. I have no clue about the origins of this tape, so if you know more, let me know!
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Especially when it's come to the time of home video that Song of the South hasn't been released...