JAY REEVES Associated Press BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Racially segregated movie theaters and whites-only water fountains disappeared decades ago after court rulings struck down the legal framework of Jim Crow America, but another element of the era just won't die: Walt Disney's 1946 movie "Song of the South." With racist stereotypes and Old South tropes, the film isn't available to the millions of subscribers of the company's new Disney Plus streaming service, and it hasn't been released in theaters in decades. Yet the movie, still beloved by many, lives on. "Song of the South" is easily viewed on the internet either in whole or in pieces, and numerous websites offer versions of the movie or memorabilia for sale. Animatronic characters and music from the movie are even featured in a r
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