Alice Cans The Cannibals. 1925. Walt Disney
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2w6w11oSdo (sound not representational)
One Step Ahead Of My Shadow. 1933. Warner Brothers
The Little Lion. 1939. Warner Brothers.
A Day At The Zoo. 1939. Warner Brothers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtblQQvT2Nk (now censored – originally made racist references to baboons and black people)
Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs. 1943
These racist cartoons with a variety of characters were inspired by recognizable performer types from Vaudeville including ‘bits’ (topical references, physical gags and ethnic jokes).
Three Orphan Kitties. 1935. Walt Disney
Tom And Jerry: The Mouse Comes To Dinner (1945)
These films show black stereotypes’ allusion to marginal roles for example maids/nannies.
Little Hiawatha. 1937. Disney
Jungle Drums (starring Superman) 1943.
These films show the ethnography apparent into animation (Haiwatha’s racial depiction is almost Caucasian and the aboriginals are somehow part of a Nazi party).