Three Little Pigs named to National Registry


Each year the National Film Preservation Board of The Library of Congress names 25 “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant films to the National Film Registry, a collection of movies selected to be preserved for all time. Chuck Jones’ What’s Opera Doc?, Bob Clampett’s Porky In Wackyland, Fleischer’s Snow White (1933), Pixar’s Toy Story and several Disney titles including Steamboat Willie, have already made the grade. The 2007 selections were just announced and Disney’s landmark Three Little Pigs will be inducted this year.

I assume they will preserve the original, politically incorrect version?

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