Mowgli's Brothers (1976)

TV Short   |  Not Rated   |    |  Animation, Short, Adventure


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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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11 February 2001 | lee10538
See where Disney got it wrong
Kipling purists might quibble over the fact that Shere Khan becomes a white tiger and regains the use of his bad leg, or the fact that some of the animal characters look as if they belong in one of Jones's Road Runner cartoons. On the other hand, this is the only adaptation from the Mowgli stories that actually sticks closely to Kipling's original plot and dialogue. So if you want to see where Disney got it wrong, this 25-minute film is definitely worth checking out.


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