A feral child raised by jungle wolves must eventually assert his humanity to save his wolf parents from a tiger's malevolent influence on his pack.


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Narrator / Mowgli (voice)
Mother Wolf (voice)


A family of wolves find a lost child near their cave and keep him as their own. He now becomes one of the wolves. When Akeelah, leader of the wolves, grows weak and old, evil Siberian tiger Shere Kahn attempts to win the wolves over to his side. But mowgli and his friends try to find out a way to scare the tiger off. Written by Finnur

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11 February 1976 (USA)  »

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Father Wolf: [hearing Shere Khan roar] That fool! To begin a night's work with that noise. Does Shere Kahn think that...
Mother Wolf: Shh! It is neither buck nor bullock that he hunts tonight - it is man.
Father Wolf: Man? Not man on our hunting ground!
Narrator: The law of the Jungle, which never orders anything without reason, forbids every beast to eat man. The reason for this is that man-killing means sooner or later that men will come with guns and set the grass alight, and hundreds of men will scour the jungle for the killer with gongs ...
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Chuck Jones' take on Mowgli
26 April 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Legendary animator Chuck Jones has brought another Jungle Book story to life after Rikki-Tikki Tavi and The White Seal, with excellent animation and story telling by Roddy McDowall and Dean Elliott's musical score. You know, the only adaptation of the "Mowgli" stories I had known is the Disney version, but I love both! including the version from Russia. But unlike Disney's version, Jones adhered to the original story, although Shere Khan becomes a white tiger and there is no reference to his lameness...of course I did not know the tiger was lame in the original stories. And also we got to see his spineless slave/henchman - the jackal Tabaqui (animated by veteran Jones' animator from the Warner Bros. years - Ben Washam), who didn't appeared in the Disney version; I love how made his appearance in the picture...what a grin.

I love the little wolf babies, they're SO cute! I also love that bit a animation put into the scene when Rashka (Mother Wolf) told Shere Khan off.

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