can someome put it on you youtube!!!share
Well, it's not You Tube but this should help (splitting videos into ten minute increments is a huge pain in the ass, but if someone else wants to, feel free to snag the avi from the second link)...
I've spent decades wanting to see this pilot (somebody first told me about it around 1984) and finally found it on a torrent. It royally irks me that Disney didn't bother to include it on any of the "Witch Mountain" DVDs (but since they didn't bother to release the '95 version on disc either, I guess I'm not surprised...).
Everyone has heard of Disney's "The Vault" where all the movies get locked up and released again years later.
What is more little known is in that vault if you hook a left past Walt's cryogenic freezer and walk to the far wall is a tiny broom closet with nothing of value in it. If you lift up the loose board from floor, you'll find the not-so treasure trove of Disney media that they wish to forget and pretend never happened. Those great teen stories like "Tex" or some of the "I'm gay" specials. This is also where secret home of Disney's WWII anti-nazi cartoons, and the original 70s-80s Little Mermaid(Minmay)film where she killed herself at the end are located.
Sadly it's also where other tiny gems like Beyond Witch Mountain and Songs of the South will always remain. Which is sad because the overseas pirate market probably makes a killing on thses titles.
"Song of the South" is sort of in a league all its own. I don't agree with Disney's reasons for not re-releasing it in the USA (after all, the white folk in the movie are way more stereotypical than the black folk), but I absolutely understand their reluctance. Shame that an entire generation of American kids have missed out on the film.
However, with stuff like "Beyond Witch Mountain," "Child of Glass," all the '90s remakes and the "Not Quite Human" and "Mr. Boogedy" movies, by refusing to issue these sought-after films on disc (or only releasing them through the Disney Club like the "Polly" films), they're only condoning piracy of (often pisspoor) VHS dupes.
You can download a complete DIVX file of the movie right here
hope this helps
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This has been released by Disney as a MOD as part of their Disney generations series. It's a bit pricey for a 47 minute movie. Andy Freeman who plays Tony was pretty good-but Tracy Gold as Tia is miscast. Overall it's OK-but I don't think it's worth the price Disney is charging for the DVD.
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