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The Jungle Book (Disney’s)


Dec 07, 1967

Latest Home Video

Feb 11, 2014

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Wolfgang Reitherman


Phil Harris
Sebastian Cabot
Louis Prima
George Sanders


1967 Walt Disney Pictures

Still shot from the movie: The Jungle Book (Disney’s).

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Disney's The Jungle Book is a light-hearted, swinging, musical adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's classic novel about a young orphan boy who is raised by wolves in the Indian Jungle until his animal friends convince him he would be better off living amongst his own kind.

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Why Is The Jungle Book (Disney’s) Rated G?

The Jungle Book (Disney’s) is rated G

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Canadian Movie Ratings

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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Home Video Notes: The Jungle Book: The Diamond Edition

Release Date:  11 February 2014

Disney’s The Jungle Book releases in a The Diamond Edition (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following extras


- Introductions by Diane Disney Miller and Richard M. Sherman

- Alternate Ending: Mowgli and The Hunter

- @DisneyAnimation: Sparking Creativity

- Music, Memories & Mowgli: A Conversation with Richard M. Sherman, Diane Disney Miller and Floyd Normanv

- Disney Intermission: Bear-E-Oke hosted by Baloo

- I Wanna Be Like You: Hangin’ Out At Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Plus all the classic bonus features included in the original DVD release:

- Making-of featurette.

- Disney’s Kipling: Walt’s Magic Touch on a Literary Classic

- Jonas Brothers’ rendition of I Wan’na Be Like You

- Games: Baloo’s Virtual Swingin’ Jungle Cruise and Jungle Book Fun With Language

- DisneyPedia: JungleMania

DVD Notes: Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book: 40th Anniversary Edition

DVD Release Date: 2 October 2007

The Jungle Book: 40th Anniversary Edition

The monkeys in your house are sure to go bananas over Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book: 40th Anniversary Edition. Digitally restored to its original theatrical aspect ratio (1.75:1) and boasting audio tracks in 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix, the two-disc set also offers a bunch of bonus extras. These including audio commentaries, deleted songs and a deleted character (Rocky Rhino), as well as a making-of featurette and a backstage look at Disney’s Kipling: Walt’s Magic Touch on a Literary Classic. Music fans can enjoy the Jonas Brothers’ rendition of I Wan’na Be Like You, while gamers can play Baloo’s Virtual Swingin’ Jungle Cruise, the Jungle Book Fun With Language Game, or just explore DisneyPedia: JungleMania! Subtitles are provided in Spanish and French.

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