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Mowgli's Brothers Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

The stories of Mowgli from The Jungle Book have been adapted for the screen. Most notable is Disney's 1967 animated feature staring Phil Harris as the voice of Baloo and Bruce Reitherman as the feral man-cub, Mowgli.

In addition to the animated feature, Disney produced a second adaptation in 1994, called Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book." Stephen Sommers directed Disney's return to the tales of Mowgli, setting aside animation in favor of live action.

In 1942, Zoltan Korda directed a rough rendition of The Jungle Book, starring the young Indian actor, Sabu. The movie does not follow the text exactly, but the movie's Technicolor and exotic setting are effective.

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