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Kipling Letter Says He Borrowed 'Promiscuously' for 'The Jungle Book'

While Rudyard Kipling spun beloved characters out of creatures like a bear, a tiger, a snake and a panther for his classic story collection “The Jungle Book,” he may have been a bit of a vulture himself and made monkey’s uncles of his readers — at least according to a letter that suggests he made use of outside sources for a portion of the work.

The Telegraph of London reported that...

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Bare Necessities

Bare Necessities from the Jungle Book.

H S H S says:
How is Hindu religion or culture represented in the jungle book? (not the movie)?
shiva says:
The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling. He had accrued much knowledge about the jungles in India through listening to others and using research. All of the...

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Agents Make Arrests, Rescue Smuggled Exotic Animals in 'Operation Jungle Book'

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Friday that the months-long "Operation Jungle Book" led to the arrest of 16 people, each charged with the federal crimes of illegal importation and transportation of several live species. The arrests signal a

Nitin Sawhney on Andy Serkis, Jungle Book and Brexit

Sawhney is now behind the scores for two of Serkis's own films: Breathe, starring Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy, and Serkis's adaptation of The Jungle Book. His soundtrack for Breathe is superb, evoking the optimism, hope and determination of its 

Andy Serkis On Directing 'Breathe' And A New 'Jungle Book', His Tips From Peter Jackson & More – Behind The Lens

While everyone knows him from his performance-capture turns as Caesar in the latest Planet of the Apes movies and Gollum in The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings franchises, Andy Serkis also made his feature directorial debut with Breathe at the same time

Esperance Senior High School perform Jungle Book KIDS

Esperance Senior High School will begin performing Disney's 'The Jungle Book KIDS' tomorrow at the Bijou Theatre. The production, on November 16, 17 and 18, is a high-energy, hour long musical based on the Pudyard Kipling novel and 1967 Disney film.