Back in February, Disney added the classic 1984 Touchstone Pictures movie, Splash, but recently Twitter user Allison Pregler  posted a clip showing that Disney had digitally extended Madison’s hair to cover her bum as she ran into the ocean.

In the original version, her long hair partially covered her bottom as she jumped into the water, but this new clip shows that it’s been edited to be more bushier and longer to cover it up.

Disney+ has been promoted as being a family friendly streaming service and when Splash was originally released in 1984, it was classed as a PG film, but Disney+ has upped the rating to a PG13.

It has also previously added “outdated cultural depictions” warnings to several of their classic films, including Dumbo, The Aristocats, Jungle Book, and Lady and the Tramp.

Do you agree with Disney editing out movies?

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  1. Drewmor Has It April 15, 2020

    No. It's not acceptable. Either post the movies on Hulu, or don't post them. DO NOT EDIT MOVIES. Just asinine.

    1. James Moyner April 18, 2020

      I most certainly agree! I love that comedy and seeing some of Darryl Hannah in it is great, but when you edit something like her butt out is not cool.