Uncle Remus (Song of the South)

Last Updated on: February 20th, 2023

Uncle Remus (Song of the South) disneyWho is Uncle Remus?

Uncle Remus is a fictional character from the Disney animated film “Song of the South” released in 1946. He is voiced by actor James Baskett. He is an elderly African American man who lives in the rural south and tells stories of the “Br’er Rabbit,” “Br’er Bear,” and “Br’er Fox” to a young white boy named Johnny. The stories he tells are based on African American folktales and are known as the “Uncle Remus tales”. He is portrayed as a wise, kind, and gentle character who serves as a mentor to Johnny, teaching him valuable lessons about life, and wisdom.

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Song Appearances

Uncle Remus Said (Song)

“Uncle Remus Said” is a song featured in the 1946 Disney film “Song of the South.” The film is a live-action and animated musical based…

Sooner or Later (Song)

“Sooner or Later” is a song from the 1946 Disney live-action/animated film “Song of the South“. The song is performed by James Baskett, who plays…

How Do You Do? (Song)

“How Do You Do?” is a delightful and catchy song from Disney’s animated film “Song of the South,” released in 1946. The song was written…