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Description An early film version of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale. Mowgli (Sabu) is a young boy lost in the African jungle who is raised entirely by wolves. When he wanders into the village where he was born Mo... more

Description Saved from the jaws of the evil tiger Shere Khan, young Mowgli is adopted by a wolf pack and taught the law of the jungle by lovable old Baloo the bear and Bhageera the panther. This is a story of fri... more

Description From the moment a little naked cub wanders into the lair of Father Wolf and Mother Wolf to the moment when the master of the jungle returns to his own people, Mowgli's adventures comprise a fable of h... more

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published 25/04/2003

AdvantagesJust like the original with new characters

DisadvantagesAimless sequel

...Easter holidays come with the added pressure of keeping your children occupied. One obvious ploy is to take ?em to the flicks so it was with a spring in my step and a song I my heart that I hurled the kids into the car and, nay, flew to my local UCG to catch Jungle Book 2. I did have the concern that I really don?t like sequels though. Inevitably, they are re-hashed workings of the original...

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“Jungle Book”

published 16/07/2000

.... Despite the rough outlines favoured by Wolfgang Reitherman (he presided over some extreme cheese-paring after Walt Disney's death), there's also a sumptuous feel to this film, at least while they stay in the jungle. The lack of a story is a problem. "Flabby" is the word that comes to mind. It's really just the story of Baloo and Mowgli bumming around in the jungle. Now and then something happens...

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published 03/07/2001

Advantagesfamiliar faces

Disadvantagestoo familiar stories

.... The plots in the fifteen minute episodes are based around Mowgli, Baloo Bear and the other Jungle Book creatures as children, getting up to what children get up to best . . . mischief. The plots are fast, funny and well written, the scripts are witty to the extent that adults will enjoy some of the conversations between characters, and the animation usual Disney fair. So what is wrong with this programme...

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