Splash Mountain is one of Walt Disney World’s most popular rides. In addition to being a ride in the Magic Kingdom, versions of the ride can also be found at Disneyland California and Tokyo Disneyland. In this article, we talk about the existence of a Splash Mountain cartoon that was developed by The Walt Disney Company.

Is There a Splash Mountain Cartoon?

A cartoon film or show does not exist for Splash Mountain. The Walt Disney Company never developed a cartoon for the ride; however, the ride is based on a cartoon that the company’s predecessor, Walt Disney Productions, created in 1946. Splash Mountain is based on the 1946 movie, Song of the South, which featured cartoons with Brer Fox, Brer Bear, and Brer Rabbit. The Splash Mountain cartoon is the cartoon story that is featured in the film the Song of the South.

Song of the South Cartoon

Management of the current Walt Disney Company has deemed the movie to be very insensitive to minorities and have banned re-releasing the film to the public. Due to their decision, the cartoon that the Splash Mountain ride is based on cannot be seen its entirety. There are clips of scenes from the movie on YouTube, however. You can view some of those scenes in the video below or on YouTube.

To learn more about the attraction, please visit the other Splash Mountain articles that are featured here.

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