The Jungle Book (1967)

 

Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman
Written by Clemmons, Wright, Anderson & Gerry & Rudyard Kipling

My friends were going crazy wanting to watch this for a few weeks now. After Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros didn’t work, we decided to finally watch this one. I’m glad we did, but at the same time, they kind of raised my expectations of it past where they should have been probably. There were some really great characters in this, like Mowgli, Baloo, the elephants, and the vultures. They were a lot of fun to spend time with and of course the entire “Bare Necessities” scene was great. The animation was pretty neat too, being set in a jungle and all. Good Disney, but not my favorite

*** – Very Good

Adam Kuhn

Adam Kuhn was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, where he attended Saint Charles Preparatory School. He studied History at the University of Cincinnati, where he was a contributor of The News Record, the twice-weekly, independent student news organization. He has been writing film reviews and blogging since 2009.

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