Disney: The Jungle Book X Cath Kidston Phone Wallpaper
Looking to stand out from the crowd? Here at Cath Kidston, you can find our list of fantastic Jungle Book themed merchandise across bags, acessories, fashion, home and kids, which bring all your favorite Disney characters to life.
King Louie is a minor character in Disney's 1967 animated feature film, The Jungle Book. He is the obstreperous ruler of the Ancient Ruins with an affinity for swing music. Having grown tired of his simian lifestyle, Louie hopes to learn the secret of man's "red flower" to fulfill his dream of becoming a man. 1 Background 1.1 Development 1.2 Personality 2 Appearances 2.1 The Jungle Book 2.2 The Jungle Book 2 2.3 TaleSpin 2.4 Jungle Cubs 2.5 House of Mouse 2.6 Cameos 3 Live-action appearances…
The Jungle Book (Disney, 40th Anniversary Edition, DVD)
Product Details Actors: John Abbott, Bruce Reitherman, Sebastian Cabot, Darleen Carr, Verna Felton Directors: Wolfgang Reitherman Writers: Larry Clemmons, Ralph Wright, Ken Anderson, Vance Gerry Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen Language: English (Dolby Digital
Doze off to Dreamland: Whimsical Disney x Cath Kidston Print
The lovely illustrations by the Cath Kidston design team for The Jungle Book collection feature Baloo and Mowgli floating downstream with blossoming waterlilies. A pretty Disney print you can only dream of! Be first to shop the collection first by following the link below and sign up for the exclusive link. The range will be available online from 9am on Friday 24th May, as well as in selected stores.
Throwback Thursday: The Jungle Book Posters | Disney Insider
Many Disney fans consider The Jungle Book to represent a high-water mark when it comes to both animation and music in Disney movies, and with good reason.
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