Santa's Workshop is a short film made by Walt Disney and was released on December 10, 1932. The film has been censored over time to remove "racist" elements, the Disney+ release uses the censored version.

Censorship[edit | edit source]

International Censorship[edit | edit source]

Disney+[edit | edit source]

  • A warning plays before the movie about it's harmful content. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)
  • The scene that shows Santa asking a doll with light-colored skin to say "Mama." was cut. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)
  • The scene where the light-colored skin doll says "Mama." was cut. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)
  • The scene that shows Santa passing the light-colored doll after stamping her. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)
  • The scene that shows the dark-skined doll screaming "Mammy!" at Santa was cut. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)
  • The scene that shows the dark-skined doll stamping herself was cut. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)
  • The scene that shows the dark-skined doll mooning the "audience" as Santa laughs was cut. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)
  • The scene that shows one of the toys performing a Cossack dance was cut. (This change exists in some physical media, I am not sure when the censorship of this scene started though.)

Where to find it uncensored[edit | edit source]

Some DVD's are uncensored, and other streaming sites may offer the uncensored version.

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