The Favers Brothers are the main antagonists of the 1946 Disney film Song of the South, despite their small role. Joe is the younger one and Jake is the older one. Their sister, whom they bully, is Ginny Favers. Joe usually wears a short-sleeved shirt and dungarees and Jake usually wears a long-sleeved shirt and trousers. They are both usually seen barefoot.
The other kids in the neighbourhood are forbidden to play with Joe and Jake by their parents and Toby warns Johnny his mother would likely do the same when they first encounter the Favors boys. Even Uncle Remus is shocked to hear Johnny has even been associating with the Favors boys when he sees Johnny with Ginny's puppy which he recognises as "one of them Favors dogs".
The Favors boys (as Toby refers to them) first appear in their front yard, tormenting Ginny's puppy and teasing their sister when she reclaims the puppy from them. At this point, Johnny and Toby are outside the Favors' front gate, drawing the puppy's attention to them. Joe and Jake threaten Johnny and Toby if they don't return the puppy and as Toby walks away, Joe and Jake start teasing Johnny about the lace collar his mother made him wear, saying it makes him look like a girl. They continue to chant at Johnny's expense as he storms off.