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Over the years many scholars, film critics, and parent groups have been critical of Disney for the portrayal of non-whites in a stereotypical image which led to the speculation that Walt Disney was a racist. For example, during a story meeting on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs he referred to the scene when the dwarfs pile on top of each other as a (expletive) "pile" and whilst casting Song of the South he used the term pickaninny. The supposed insensitivity Disney and some of his employees showed in many cartoons including the short Mickey's Mellerdrammer where Mickey Mouse dresses in blackface, the stereotypical "Black" Bird in the short Who Killed Cock Robin, Sunflower the half donkey-half black servant centaurette in Fantasia, the film Song of the South which depicts an idealized version of slavery, the depiction of Native American 'Indians' as savage in Peter Pan, the cunning and manipulative Siamese Cats in Lady and the Tramp and the poor and uneducated Crows in Dumbo (although in that particular instance they were made sympathetic to Dumbo's plight as they knew what it was like to be ostracized). This appears to be a moot point, however, as many similar gags and stereotypes existed in a number cartoons from other competing studios during that time, including Fleischer Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio, Walter Lantz Productions, and Warner Bros. Cartoons. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies director Bob Clampett who directed the infamous Merrie Melodies shorts Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs and Tin Pan Alley Cats, claimed that