I am looking for various things if people are willing to rip them
Onkel Remus Forteller [Possible Norwegian Dub]
I really doubt this VHS has a Norwegian dub. I don’t think this film has been dubbed to Norwegian at all, to be honest. There are several newspaper articles from 1951 mentioning that “Alice in Wonderland” is the first animated Disney movie to be dubbed in Norwegian (live action movies weren’t dubbed at all in this era, apart from voice over work on documentaries). Alice premiered Christmas 1951, while Song of the South (titled “Sydens Sang”) premiered in May 1951. (“Fun and Fancy Free” was actually dubbed before Alice, but it wasn’t released to cinemas until April 1952.)
Anyway - the theatrical reviews for Song of the South does not mention Norwegian voices, which they would have done if the movie was dubbed. The VHS cover specifies Norwegian subtitles, which it would not have had if the audio track was Norwegian.
The company that released Disney movies on VHS in the early 80’s would use the Norwegian track if it existed. But, they would not create a new Norwegian dub for releases that wasn’t already dubbed. In fact, several of their releases include the Swedish dub with Norwegian subtitles.
Unfortunately, I don’t have the tape, so I can’t absolutely guarantee that it doesn’t have a Norwegian dub. But, I highly doubt it.
Farbror Remus Berättar/Sången om Södern [Possible Swedish Dub]
So… If the movie was dubbed in Swedish, and the Swedish dub was released on VHS in Sweden, the Norwegian tape probably also used the Swedish dub. I will try to find out if the Swedish VHS has Swedish audio or not, and look for either the Norwegian or the Swedish tape if it does.