Walt Disney's Stories Of Uncle Remus

Artists: 

Dal McKennon as Uncle Remus -- narrator and James Baskett as Uncle Remus -- vocals
Label:  Disneyland (Purple)
Catalog #:  ST-3907
Country:   United States
Format:  12" Gatefold Story Teller LP
Speed:  33 1/3 RPM
Audio: Mono
Year:  1957
Matrix #:  ST-3907-A-RE-1-AD LW / ST-3907-2-AD LW

Record Comments:  This record is part of a circle-art series that illustrates groove lines of a vinyl disc with the content's subject illustrated in place of the record label.  The first Story Teller records on the Disneyland label can be found in this series.  The story for this issue is told by Dal McKennon as Uncle Remus while James Baskett provides the vocals for the songs.  The record was issued with different backs and inside back cover illustrations. This back has eleven photos of other Story Teller issues with Disney characters dancing on records on the inside of the back cover.  The storybook includes eight unnumbered pages.

Subject Notes:  "Song Of The South" is a Disney, live-action movie that includes some animated sequences.  Some of the animated sequences include a combination of animation and live characters.  The movie premiered in theaters during November of 1946.  The running time is approximately 94 minutes.

   Record Contents: 

 
Time: 
  

1. Walt Disney's Stories Of Uncle Remus (Part 1)
 - Uncle Remus Said
 - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
 - How Do You Do
14:00  
2. Walt Disney's Stories Of Uncle Remus (Part 2)
 - Song Of The South
 - Everybody's Got A Laughing Place
 - Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
12:07  
 

Total Time:

26:07  

 

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Record Artwork
(Front)

 
 
Record Artwork
(Back)

 
 
Record Label
(Side 1)

 
 
Record Label
(Side 2)

 
  
Book Pages

 

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