These scenes wouldn’t have made it past Disney’s newly implemented smoking ban for kid-friendly films.
Which one’s is cool?
Peter loses points for being a young smoker but gains them back for joining in on the Indians’ cultural traditions and preaching racial tolerance.
Then he loses them all again for engaging in racist stereotyping of the “red man.” And all while smoking a peace pipe.
Way to raise a generation of confused racist smokers, kid.
Pinocchio smoked a cigar while paying a visit to Pleasure Island.
Everyone knows that real boys smoke ’em if they got ’em. And Pinocchio wants to be a real boy, so really, what choice does he have?
Pro tip: Don’t smoke if you’re made of wood.
At her first formal dinner following her transformation into a human, Ariel brushed her hair with a fork and incorrectly smoked another's guest's pipe.
The Three Caballeros
Jose Carioca, one of Donald Duck's closest companions, was always illustrated holding a cigar.
In an episode of Disney's 1951 series Goofy the Everyman, Goofy made an unsuccessful attempt to quit smoking.
The cartoon had to later be revised to feature an ending in which Goofy announces that he is quitting for good.
Alice In Wonderland
In a scene from the 1951 classic, the hookah-smoking Caterpillar blew smoke towards Alice, causing her to engage in second-hand smoking.