The Jungle Book (1967) — Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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The Jungle Book (1967)

The Jun­gle Book (1967)

CotD: Dis­ney took on Rud­yard Kipling in “The Jun­gle Book”, the last fea­ture film Walt Dis­ney actively oversaw.

The Jun­gle Book (1967) — Fea­ture Length The­atri­cal Ani­mated Film

Young Mowgli is aban­doned in the jun­gle and raised by wolves, never know­ing other humans. When the tiger, Shere Kahn, men­aces the jun­gle, Bagheera, the pan­ther, con­vinces Mowgli to find a man-village for pro­tec­tion. Along the way, Mowgli befriends Baloo, the bear, and Colonel Haithi, the ele­phant; and is men­aced by King Louie, the ape, and Kaa, the snake, as well as a quar­tet of vul­tures. Mowgli ulti­mately out­wits Shere Kahn and decides to remain in the jun­gle, until a pretty female man-cub turns his head-and Mowgli pro­ceeds directly to the man-village.

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