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The Jungle Book 2 (2003)

G  |   |  Adventure, Animation, Family  |  14 February 2003 (USA)
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Mowgli, missing the jungle and his old friends, runs away from the man village unaware of the danger he's in by going back to the wild.

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Baloo (voice)
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Mowgli (voice)
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Shanti (voice)
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Ranjan (voice)
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Bagheera (voice)
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Shere Khan (voice)
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Storyline

Jungle boy Mowgli (voiced by Osment) decides to forsake civilized village life for the "bare necessities" of the wild with his old friends. However, the evil tiger Shere Khan is looking for a little payback after Mowgli's last adventure. Trouble's a-brewing! Written by Anonymous

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jungle | village | tiger | dog | shot gun | See All (53) »

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Baloo er tilbage![Denmark] See more »


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Also Known As:

Das Dschungelbuch 2  »

Box Office

Budget:

$20,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$185,235 (Norway) (7 February 2003)

Gross:

£8,171,735 (UK) (6 June 2003)
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Trivia

Due to the death of Ed Gilbert, Baloo's voice had to be done by someone differently than the identical way that he and Phil Harris had sounded. See more »

Goofs

The film is set in India, yet the gathering at the monkey city includes hippopotamuses, which are native only to Africa, and ocelots, which are native only to the Americas. See more »

Quotes

Lucky the Vulture: Ask me if I can whup that tiger. Go on. Go on, ask me.
Buzzy the Vulture: Can you whup that tiger?
Lucky the Vulture: I "Shere Khan".
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A dedication appears and the end of the credits: "This motion picture would not have been possible without the inspiration from the original motion picture and the work of its talented artists and animators." See more »


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Right Where I Belong
Words and Music by Lorraine Feather and Joel McNeely
Performed by Windy Wagner
Arranged and Conducted by Joel McNeely
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Pretty good stuff... too short
14 February 2003 | by (movieland) – See all my reviews

I was pretty entertained by this sequel. What I found most impressive was the excellent voice-over work. I have gone back and checked what the deal was and found it very interesting that both the Winnie the Pooh crews (new and old) were very much involved in the Jungle Books.

Kaa the snake was my main interest, being done by the same voice over guy who now does Winnie the Pooh (Jim Cummings). Just as the original Kaa the snake, Sterling Holloway, was also the same guy who did the original Winnie voice .

The other was the Black Panther, Bageera, originally done by Mr. French of Family Affair, the great Sebastian Cabot... now being done so well by Bob Joles who also narrates the Winnie series these days, just as Mr Cabot did in his day. Haley Joel Osment did a fantastic job of being Mowgli as well. John Goodman... good I guess... but the original Phil Harris just had that fluid jazz scat thing DOWN. So Baloo just isnt as cool as he used to be. No offense John, I seriously can't think of anyone who could have done better. But sometimes greatness is just great, and can't be duplicated. Nice try though.

Sure the story wasn't really all that rivoting, the animation wasn't as full or rich in color. And no King Louis, but then again... the elephant marching army and the Beatles Buzzards were so great and are back again.

Jungle Book was a great classic, certainly my favorite of all Disney animations... but Jungle Book 2 is certainly worth seeing for the next bunch of little guys who need that Disney fix.

I have to agree with another critic in here... they should have spent a little more time and added a few more minutes of something. 70 minutes... and 15 of it in shadow puppet credits... stop short changing the Disney legacy with trying to reissue a cheaper version of the actual foundation that Disney was built on. Walt is shedding a few tears where ever he is.(actually I guess he sheds ice cubes, isn't he frozen somewhere?) Eisner, get with the program already.


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