A collection of cartoons Warner Brothers don't wan't us to know they made!
The Censored 11 are eleven cartoons that are considered racist or too politically incorrect by today's standards. This list was created in 1968 by United Artists (then owners of the A.A.P. library) and is of cartoons withheld from distribution by the current distributor. Ted Turner refused to allow any of them to be transmitted on television or released on home videotape or laser videodisc.
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# 1931-11-28 Hittin? the Trail to Hallelujah Land (Merrie Melodies by Hugh Harman/Rudy Ising)
# 1936-08-08 Sunday Go to Meetin? Time (Merrie Melodies supervised by Isadore Freleng)
# 1937-05-22 Clean Pastures (Merrie Melodies supervised by I. Freleng)
# 1937-06-05 Uncle Tom's Bungalow (Merrie Melodies supervised by Fred Avery)
# 1938-02-19 Jungle Jitters (Merrie Melodies supervised by Isadore Freleng)
# 1938-05-28 The Isle of Pingo Pongo (Merrie Melodies supervised by Fred Avery)
# 1941-09-13 All This and Rabbit Stew (Merrie Melodies supervised by Fred Avery)
# 1943-01-19 Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (Merrie Melodies supervised by Robert Clampett)
# 1943-07-17 Tin Pan Alley Cats (Merrie Melodies supervised by Bob Clampett)
# 1944-06-03 Angel Puss (Looney Tunes directed by Charles M. Jones)
# 1944-09-02 Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears (Merrie Melodies directed by I. Freleng)