I don’t think there is any other film that Disney has disallowed access to and since this is is a thread and discussion about Iger I assumed his actions and decision were the topic.I didn't say it was Iger, specifically, just that Disney as a whole has been editing in general and disallowing access.
But really, nearly ALL cartoons and animated films depict danger of one kind or another...should they all be banned? Even Lilo & Stitch depicts many other actions that could endanger a child...Lilo spends an awful lot of time at the beach and at other places without an adult. The dryer thing I absolutely understand, but the question is, how much of a slippery slope is it?
Certainly there are other dangerous actions depicted in animated films. But I think there’s a difference between those and showing off a potentially and often deadly hiding spot. I don’t think it’s a slippery slope at all in this case. Simply the right thing to do.