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You don't need to look any further than #OscarsSoWhite to know that the Academy can be great at stirring controversy. Keeping with that tradition, they just released the transcript of a speech made by Walt Disney made at the 1942 Oscars—a speech that the Disney company has allegedly tried to keep out of the spotlight since then. When Disney gave his acceptance speech for the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, he publicly apologized for Fantasia.

Walt Disney, presumably regretting some other wonderful things he created.
Walt Disney, presumably regretting some other wonderful things he created.
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Sources: The Huffington Post