Do you love the wonderful world of Disney? Have you always admired the shining role models Disney has provided for kids throughout the decades? If so, then you may have come to the wrong place. You see, although Disney has produced countless magical moments over the years, here you’ll find a collection of the most disturbing Disney cartoons ever.
These offensive Disney cartoons chronicle the other side of the Magic Kingdom. Be warned: this collection of mostly older cartoons is incredibly shocking and disturbing. So if you’re not up for scarring your inner child with nightmares of Mickey in black face, you may want to turn back now. You’re about to enter a world of racist Disney cartoons that cannot be unseen.
Though the phrase “creepy Disney cartoons” may seem like an oxymoron, here you’ll find everything from Disney’s disturbing attempts to help out with the war effort to cringe-worthy examples of how Mickey wasn’t always the sensitive, politically-correct mouse we’ve come to know and love. Whether you’re a woman, a racial minority, or just a parent who’d be horrified to find your kid watching a cartoon of Donald Duck joining the Nazi party, we can guarantee you’ll find something here to offend pretty much everyone.The following weird Disney cartoons range from overly graphic attempts to warn kids of the dangers of Nazism to awkward puberty videos and instances of racism so blatant they’ll make your jaw drop. Though you’ll see some of your favorite Disney icons in new and horrifying ways, the bright side is, you’ll also get a pretty clear picture of just how far society has come in the last 80 years. So if you’re ready and willing to set years of therapy into motion, we give you some of the most disturbing Disney cartoons ever.
Sunflower the Centaur's Not So Subtle Servant
Only in the magical world of Disney could a young boy who's half horse still manage to depict the embarrassing racial relations of the time. In one of the less flattering parts of Fantasia, the pretty white lady centaurs have a servant who turns out to be everything you're afraid he'll be and more.
Mickey's Not-So Politically Correct Pal
Back in 1932, Mickey found himself with a not-so politically correct pal in Mickey's Man Friday. After saving an African native from rival tribesmen, Mickey finds the grateful man bowing at his feet. Logically, he responds by dressing him in an old top hat and appointing him his trusted servant. Yikes.
The World's Creepiest Chorus Line
Beyond the obvious creepiness of watching a bunch of cartoons in Nazi regalia parade around with instruments, many of Disney's war films were chock full of more racism than a redneck family reunion.
The Most Disturbing Disguise Ever Caught on Film
In 1933, Disney released a cartoon in which the Big Bad Wolf sports one of the most offensive disguises ever. In attempting to get the pigs to open the door, he appears as a every bad Jewish stereotype in the book all rolled into one big caricature.