Amos n Andy gets a bad rap. It was the ONLY show on TV for years that showed black people acting like normal people. It was just a sitcom with an assortment of wacky characters who were based on racial stereotypes. But what makes AnA different from other shows/movies with racial stereotypes, these characters were balanced out by all of the characters who were normal people, judges, cops, lawyers, laborers, janitors, etc. Just going by memory, I don't think the crows or Uncle Remus, for that matter, were balanced out by any "normal" representations of black people in the time period in which the movie was set. It is for this reason Song of the South can stay buried, IMO. Wait, don't the same crows show up in Dumbo? I may be getting the two movies mixed up. BTW, if you want to see some REALLY racist cartoons from the forties and fifties, check out some of those by Walter Lantz, the eventual creator of Woody Woodpecker.