The Jungle Book Original Soundtrack (English Version), an album by Various Artists on I Wan'na Be Like You (The Monkey Song) - From "The Jungle Book" . album in , Songs from Walt Disney's The Jungle Book and other Jungle. The Jungle Book is a American animated film produced by Walt Disney Productions and Language. English The film contains a number of classic songs, including "The Bare Necessities" and "I Wan'na Be Like You".

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"Trust in Me (The Python's Song)" is a song in the widely popular Walt Disney film , The Jungle Book, from The song was sung by Sterling Holloway playing. The Jungle Book (OST) lyrics with translations: Il en faut peu pour être (The Vulture Song)]Turkish video. The Jungle Book (Turkish). English. These CDs are fantastic for car trips or bed time. I''ve downloadd several, and typically they feature 3 recognizable songs, one kind of obscure song, and a.

The petition has been proven effective by multiple people who feel the film's current release was not up to par with other Disney releases.

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The Jungle Book received an outpouring of positive reviews upon release, undoubtedly influenced by a nostalgic reaction to the passing of Disney. Time noted that the film strayed far from the Kipling stories, but "the result is thoroughly delightful Retrospective reviews were also positive, with the film's animation, characters, and music receiving much praise throughout the years.

In , when the film had its last theatrical re-release, Entertainment Weekly considered that The Jungle Book "isn't a classic Walt Disney film on the order of, say, Cinderella or Pinocchio , but it's one of Disney's liveliest and funniest", while the Los Angeles Times thought the film's crew was "near the height of their talents" and the resulting film "remains a high-spirited romp that will delight children--and parents weary of action films with body counts that exceed their box-office grosses.

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president Gregory Peck lobbied extensively for this film to be nominated for Best Picture, but was unsuccessful. It was not until when Disney's Beauty and the Beast that an animated film would be nominated for Best Picture. Longtime Disney collaborator Terry Gilkyson was brought in to write the songs for the film. Gilkyson delivered several complete songs, but Walt Disney felt that his efforts were too dark.

The Sherman Brothers were brought in to do a complete rewrite, on the condition that they did not read Rudyard Kipling's book. The only piece of Gilkyson's work which survived to the final film was his upbeat tune "The Bare Necessities", which was liked by the rest of the film crew. Smith's organ score from Walt Disney's first film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is heard from the scene where the seven Dwarfs mourn Snow White on her bed before she is put into the glass coffin.

The vultures were even designed based on The Beatles, with mop-top haircuts and Liverpudlian accents, and would be voiced by the band, which did not come into fruition due to problems with their schedule. During production, first Rocky was cut, then Disney decided the 60's style rock would cause the song to be considered dated later, leading "We're Your Friends" to be changed to the barbershop quartet that appears in the final film.

On Classic Disney: When the Walt Disney Company read " The Jungle Book ", they decided to make it a more viewer friendly film and altered the story.

Here are some main differences:. Elements of The Jungle Book were recycled in the later Disney feature film Robin Hood due to that film's limited budget, such as Baloo being inspiration for Little John who not only was a bear, but also voiced by Phil Harris. Many characters appear in the - animated series TaleSpin.

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Disney later made a live-action remake of the movie, which was more of a realistic action-adventure film with somewhat more adult themes. The film, released in , differs even more from the book than its animated counterpart but was still a box-office success.

There are two video games based on the film. A version for the Game Boy Advance was later released in Kaa and Shere Khan have also made cameo appearances in another Disney video game, Quackshot. There's some speculation that a world based on the film will be playable in the upcoming Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep video game for the PSP.

This world was going to be in Kingdom Hearts but was dropped out due to similarities of a world known as Deep Jungle based on Tarzan. The events of that world could take place before the events of the film began.

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On February 14 , , Disneytoon Studios in Australia released a sequel to the classic, entitled, The Jungle Book 2 , in which Mowgli runs away from the man village he moved into at the end of the first film, to see his animal friends, unaware of the danger he's facing with the not-yet-dead Shere Khan who is more determined to kill him than ever, due to embarrassing him earlier.

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Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? Contents [ show ]. Of course! C'mon, he made a film Jungle Book about how you should stay 'with your own kind' at the height of the fight over segregation! As if the 'King of the Jungle' number wasn't proof enough.

How much more information do you need? How about they would like to restart the opening and closing scene of The Jungle Book storybook? Elephant Trunk. Hello There!

I was hoping to know when will the rest Disney animators on hand drawing would like to decide to know with the story page of the Hi Disney Folks! At the gates in the twilight he would kill Mowgli, the Frog!

He ate and he drank. Drink deep, Shere Khan, for when wilt thou drink again? Sleep and dream of the kill. I am alone on the grazing-grounds. Gray Brother, come to me!

Come to me, Lone Wolf, for there is big game afoot! Bring up the great bull buffaloes, the blue-skinned herd bulls with the angry eyes. Drive them to and fro as I order.

Sleepest thou still, Shere Khan? Wake, oh, wake! Here come I, and the bulls are behind.

Rama, the King of the Buffaloes, stamped with his foot. Waters of the Waingunga, whither went Shere Khan? He is not Ikki to dig holes, nor Mao, the Peacock, that he should fly.

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He is not Mang the Bat, to hang in the branches. Little bamboos that creak together, tell me where he ran? He is there. Under the feet of Rama lies the Lame One!

Up, Shere Khan! If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute. The song was sung by Sterling Holloway playing the part of Kaa the snake. The song was written by Disney staff songwriters, Robert and Richard Sherman.

In the song, Kaa hypnotizes Mowgli , placing him under a trance. As the song concludes, Kaa readies himself to devour the boy, only to be stopped by Shere Khan the tiger in his search for Mowgli.

The Shermans were brought onto the film by Walt Disney due to Disney's feeling that the interpretation was keeping too true to the Rudyard Kipling book. In a deliberate effort to keep the score "light", this song, as well as the Sherman Brothers' other contributions, generally concern darker subject matter than the accompanying music would suggest.

In the case of this song, Kaa speaks and sings with a subtle, lilting lisp giving the song a humorous dimension that it would not otherwise have. The song started as "The Land of Sand", a song that was written originally for the musical film, Mary Poppins. The song was later discarded when the Sherman Brothers were called upon to write songs for The Jungle Book.

The lyric for " The Land of Sand " was scrapped and in its place, the Shermans wrote the lyric for "Trust in Me", melody intact. Mary Poppins.Bagheera finds Mowgli and they argue; Mowgli runs away from Bagheera. Meanwhile Chip and Dale get on stage with acrobats for a bit of mock stick fighting while Clarice is being her diva self. Drive them to and fro as I order.

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The vultures argue and continually sidetrack Mowgli with their pointless arguments. She raises him along with her own cubs and Mowgli soon becomes well acquainted with jungle life. Norwegian JungelBoken. Aie confiance [Trust in me] French.

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