As I write this, Disney is planning on changing or removing the "When I See an Elephant Fly" sequence in the 1941 movie, as it might upset Afro-Americans. There are far worse examples of stereotypical dialect and behavior in dozens of other animated and live-action movies from all the studios in the 1930's and 1940's. I don't want to address this deeply and ruin the "love" that this movie portrays. Of course the animated 1941 version infers that the baby elephant nicknamed "Dumbo" is stupid and defective just because of his oversized ears. This was never true and the movie is very heartwarming and sincere. Both Timothy Mouse and the Crow Chorus cheer Dumbo on and try to boast his self-confidence. I hope that "When I See an Elephant Fly" is not pulled from the movie, but if it is, I have a wonderful copy where nothing has been censored or changed. Why not also remove the slightly scary "Pink Elephants on Parade" ; as it might upset recovering alcoholics? This is one of the very-few Disney Entertainments where a villain doesn't fall to a horrible death or is destroyed at the film's climax. Think about that!