The people behind Disney + are censoring their back catalog of Disney productions and even movies owned by Disney’s offshoots. The latest example is the movie Splash, originally released by Touchstone Pictures for older audiences, in which Darryl Hanna’s naked behind is seen for a few seconds. However, this is not the first time and odds are it won’t be the last. Another listed in the article is a change to Lilo & Stitch that seems unnecessary and yet more tinkering with the Han Solo/Greedo scene from Star Wars. When will it end? Is it right to keep altering things?

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A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

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