Commentary #13: The Jungle Book (1967)

comheader013The Adaptation staff had a really great time commentating Disney’s The Jungle Book (1967) in preparation for the new “live-action” film.

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Main Discussion

Disney’s The Jungle Book (1967)

-Written by Larry Clemmons, Ralph Wright, Ken Anderson, and Vance Gerry

-Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman

-Staring Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot and Bruce Reitherman

-Based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling (1894)

Disney’s The Jungle Book (2016)

-Written by Justin Marks

-Directed by Jon Favreau

-Starring Neel Sethi, Bill Murray, Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba, Lupita Nyong’o, and Scarlett Johansson

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One response to “Commentary #13: The Jungle Book (1967)

  1. Did you guys not hear from the movie that “10 times the rain has come and gone” from Bagheera means that Mowgli has grown to be 10 years old, 10 years since the panther found the mancub as a baby. Not to mention, Mowgli was also voiced by a 10 year old named Bruce Reitherman. And the village girl from the end of the movie was around 12 years old while Darleen Carr was 16 when she voiced the girl or Shanti from the Jungle Book 2. That’s why the girl sounds older than she is apparently in the film.

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