I just purchased on DVD two oldies but goodies from Disney, "Song of the South" and "So Dear to My Heart." I had seen them both a number of years ago but had forgotten just how enjoyable they are. They truly brought back memories from the golden era of Disney films. It was a nice escape for a couple of hours to a depiction of simpler time and movie making before the inundation and reliance on elaborate special effects, etc. In these films, the story was the star of the film. One thing confuses me, however. There has been a lot of controversy surrounding "Song of the South", so much so that Disney has relegated it to it's films never to be released again due to it's depiction of African Americans, and perhaps (or not) justifiably so. But I actually find the depiction of Native Americans in "Peter Pan" as more disrespectful and offensive. Why has that been tolerated and not "Song of the South"? I don't get it. Anyway, I'd love to see more movies like these. Simple family fun without the need for non-stop action and special effects. Just some heartwarming stuff. Anyone have suggestions for other like films of the era from Disney? "Treasure Island" of course. Others?