The Jungle Book (1967) was a Animation - Adventure Film directed by Wolfgang Reitherman and produced by Walt Disney.
Academy Awards 1967 --- Ceremony Number 40 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Music - Song||Music and Lyrics by Terry Gilkyson||Nominated|
Mogli, o Menino Lobo (1942) / The Jungle Book (1942)By L? on May 28, 2016 From Critica Retro
Mogli, o Menino Lobo (1942) / The Jungle Book (1942) Talvez voc? tenha ido ver a nova aventura live-action da Disney, “The Jungle Book”. ? prov?vel que voc? tenha tido seu primeiro contato com a hist?ria de Mogli atrav?s do desenho de 1967, que tamb?m lhe ensinou que “necess... Read full article
March to Disney: The Jungle Book – Beyond the Bare NecessitiesBy Bernardo Villela on Mar 9, 2014 From The Movie Rat
Introduction Last year to coincide with a trip to Walt Disney World in March, I decided to have a month-long focus on Disney fare. Their vaults are vast and varied enough such that this is a theme that could recur annually. Below you will find links to the inaugural posts written for the theme. The... Read full article
The Jungle Book (1967)By Kristen on Feb 23, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
The final Disney movie of the 1960s is dampened by tragedy. ?The Jungle Book is cited as the last animated movie Walt Disney would personally oversee, as well as being the last movie to have Verna Felton as a voice actress; Felton died the day before Disney himself. ?With that, there’s a sombe... Read full article
Mogli, o Menino Lobo (1942) / The Jungle Book (1942)By L? on Nov 30, -0001 From Critica Retro
Mogli, o Menino Lobo (1942) / The Jungle Book (1942) Talvez voc? tenha ido ver a nova aventura live-action da Disney, “The Jungle Book”. ? prov?vel que voc? tenha tido seu primeiro contato com a hist?ria de Mogli atrav?s do desenho de 1967, que tamb?m lhe ensinou que “neces... Read full article
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[Shere Khan is calmly stalking a deer just as Colonel Hathi and the other elephants frighten off his would-be prey with their noise]
Elephants: Hut, two, three, four. Hut, two, three, four.
Shere Khan: What beastly luck! Confound that ridiculous Colonel Hathi!
[Shere Khan watches Colonel Hathi and the other elephants look for Mowgli while tearing down a bunch of trees]
Shere Khan: Element of surprise? Ho! I say. And now for my rendez-vous with the lost man-cub.
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The Vultures were originally going to be voiced by The Beatles. The band's manager, Brian Epstein, approached the Disney studios about having The Beatles appear in the film, and Disney had his animators create the Vultures specifically to be voiced by the band. But when Epstein took the idea to the Beatles, John Lennon vetoed the idea, and told Epstein to tell Disney he should hire Elvis Presley instead. The look of The Vultures, with their mop-top haircuts and Liverpool voices, are a homage to The Beatles; one bird's voice and features are clearly based on Ringo Starr. When the Beatles departed the project, the song was rewritten as a barbershop quartet, to make it timeless.
The last film personally overseen by Walt Disney.
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