Community·Posted on Jun 4, 2020What Movie And TV Moments Were Super Tone Deaf About Race?I'm looking at you, Breakfast at Tiffany's.by Spencer AlthouseBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink TV and movies are a great way to amplify voices and learn about other people's experiences. But sometimes Hollywood gets things VERY wrong. NBC In fact, I'm sure you can think of several times when TV and movies were incredibly tone deaf about race. Disney Maybe you remember when Mickey Rooney, a white man, played Mr. Yunioshi, an incredibly racist stereotype of an Asian man, in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Paramount Pictures Perhaps there's a specific line that a character said on TV, like one of the many problematic moments from Glee, that sticks out to you the most. Fox Or maybe you're thinking of a different moment entirely, like during "Song of the Roustabouts" in Dumbo when the black men sang, "Grab that rope, you hairy ape." Disney These examples are unacceptable. Let's use them as a teaching moment. In the comments below, tell us which TV and movie moments were super tone deaf about race. HBO Your response may be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.