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EXCLUSIVE: Concept Art and Designs from Disney's 'The Jungle ...

Pictured above: Storyboard concepts for The Jungle Book's lost character, Rocky the Rhino. Developed by Walt Disney himself, and considered a key character in The Jungle Book, Rocky never made it to the silver screen.

Cinematical was lucky enough to get a hold of these exclusive, unreleased images (with regards to Rocky the Rhino) from the...

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Opening to The Jungle Book: 40th Anniversary Edition

NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED!!! Requested by Aleck Erickson. Here's the order: 1. WDHE logo (Blue BG, 2002-08) 2. Disney FastPlay Menu 3. Enchanted (20...

Jungle Book is out on DVD on October 2nd (another limited release)?
I really remember enjoying it as a kid and have preordered it. Will you be buying it if you don't have the DVD from last time it was released? Will you be buying it even if you have the DVD from last time?
chancellor says:
I collect Disney, and I didn’t pick up Jungle Book last time. I followed the amazon link you put in the discussion section, and I am surprised that Amazon has it at such a good price. Disney DVDs...

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