Walks with the children, Brer Rabbit, and other animated characters into the sunset.
"Stop jumping, Brer Rabbit. You'll run out of breath. Why don't you sit down and calm yourself?" "Huh? Why is that bluebird?" "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay!" "You can't run away from trouble. There ain't no place that far."
Uncle Remus is a fictional character, deuteragonist, and narrator, not to mention title character, of African American folktales. The stories were adapted and compiled by Joel Chandler Harris. His first film appearance was in Disney's 1946 hit Song of the South, where he was portrayed by James Baskett. He also narrates the animated segments, telling the Brer Rabbit stories.
Song of the South
Uncle Remus is not seen in the Disney Park attraction based on Song of the South. However, the famous lines he says when telling his stories appear on the walls in the queue and exit areas.
Also, Br'er Frog substitutes for the role of Remus himself, as seen at the very beginning of the ride as he proceeds to spin a Brer Rabbit yarn.