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The Jungle Book Sher Khan Music Theme mp3, music de The Jungle Book Sher Khan Music Theme gratuit, Album The Jungle Book Sher Khan Music Theme. Jungle Book Free Download Mp3 Theme Music. Adventures of Mowgli is an animated feature-length story originally released as five animated This is the same departure as in Disney's later film The Jungle Book. Shere Khan (accompanied by his servant Tabaqui) appears at the entrance . The music was completely replaced, some songs were added (the original.

At this point, however, Shere Khan appears and demands that he be given his prey. Akela , also known as "The Lone Wolf" and patriarch of the pack, refuses to listen, so Raksha and Baloo the white-chested bear who instructs the young wolf cubs come to his defence, but Shere Khan is undeterred until Bagheera also appears and offers the wolf pack a freshly killed bull in return for keeping Maugli alive. Shere Khan is forced to admit defeat, but vows that he will still eat Maugli one day.

Episode 2 - "The Kidnapping"[ edit ] Maugli and Raksha's cubs are being taught to hunt by Baloo, who also teaches them the call of the jungle: "We be of one blood, thou and I". Then Bagheera appears and teaches Maugli to climb and jump between trees. The Bandar-logs in the trees watch Maugli perform and decide that he's just like them but without a tail. A short while later, they kidnap him while he's sleeping and take him to their city. Baloo and Bagheera run after him but decide that they need the help of the Indian rock python Kaa.

They don't know where to look until Chil the brahminy kite , flying above them, tells them that he saw him being taken to the abandoned city; Maugli had used the call of the jungle as he was being carried away and asked him to help. Baloo and Bagheera arrive first and are both overwhelmed by the monkeys. Once Kaa arrives, the monkeys go still and sit quietly on the city ruins around him. Kaa begins a hypnotizing dance, and every so often tells the monkeys to come one step closer.

Bagheera and Baloo are nearly caught in the trap as well until they are pulled away by Maugli, after which they leave the scene. Episode 3 - "Akela's Last Hunt"[ edit ] Mowgli has grown, and to enable him to take his rightful place in the pack, he needs to arm himself.

Python Kaa helps Mowgli find an "iron tooth", - a knife, in an abandoned cave guarded by an ancient white Indian cobra. This happens just in time, because the old enemy tiger Shere Khan raises havoc in the pack, intending to overthrow the leader of the pack; Akela.

Only the intervention of Mowgli saves the pack leader from Shere Khan through the use of the Red Flower. Episode 4 - "The Fight"[ edit ] A terrible threat looms over the wolf tribe and all those living in the jungle. A large pack of dholes descends on the jungle, destroying everything in its path. Mowgli, however, decides that he and Akela should prepare the wolf pack to battle the dhole tribes, with Baloo concurring with Akela's orders.

Ah, but the English--the English have laws and procedures and would never kill innocent people without evidence like the primitive, backwards Indians!

In the jungle, Bagheera happens upon a baby whose parents were probably killed in a boating accident. Charmed by the baby's laughter, he takes the child to a mother wolf, who accepts it as one of her own. Ten years later there is talk of Shere Khan coming to this region.

The tiger fears man, and he will kill Mowgli before he becomes a threat. The pack agrees to send Mowgli away before the tiger destroys the entire pack to get to him. Bagheera volunteers to take Mowgli to a village some distance away. Up in a tree, Mowgli meets Kaa, a python. The snake hypnotizes Mowgli, the boy falls into a trance and Kaa is just about to swallow him whole but Bagheera interrupts.

They're woken up by a herd of marching elephants. Mowgli is curious, and tries to join their ranks. Bagheera pulls him away, but Mowgli doesn't want to leave the jungle and refuses to go.

The panther becomes fed up with the boy and leaves him.

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That's when he meets Baloo, the lazy grey bear of the jungle, who promises to tech Mowgli everything he knows so he can stay in the jungle. After teaching Mowgli the only thing he needs to know is how to be lazy and let the good things in life come to him, the boy is abducted by the monkeys, led by King Louie.

They want Mowgli to help them become real men by teaching them how to make fire. Baloo and Bagheera team up to break Mowgli out.

Bagheera tells Baloo why he has to leave the jungle, and when Baloo tries to tell Mowgli his life is in danger, Mowgli runs off on his own. He's almost eaten by Kaa the snake again, then he meets a vulture quartet and faces the tiger directly.

Lighting sets a branch on fire, and Mowgli uses the fire to scare Shere Khan away. And after all that, Mowgli ends up leaving the jungle and joining a human village anyway. All right In the book, Mowgli is Indian.

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Well, the film was made for American audiences after all. You know us; we won't accept anything that isn't like us, so fine, he's white in this version. The story is a bunch of different elements from many of the short stories cobbled together into one narrative.

Gone are the undertones of political satire among the wolves. Shere Khan is built up as this approaching storm, not a neighbor stalking Mowgli his whole life.

I suppose political subversion among wolves would have been too much to ask kids to swallow. Baloo is no longer a friend of the pack, teaching wolf cubs everything about the Law of the Jungle, but rather the jungle's resident loafer.

The patrolling elephants are based on Hathi and his family, who are introduced in the Jungle Book but aren't shown until The Second Jungle Book. Hathi is the Master of the Jungle, sort of the elder who knows everything and all animals respect.

They follow the Law of the Jungle because of him. In the movie, he just marches, and his "authority" is played up for laughs. He thinks he's in charge and keeping order, but he's the laughingstock of the jungle and adds nothing to the movie except to pad out the runtime.

Bagheera's character is actually the most true to the original. He acts like Mowgli's second father in both versions. The movie doesn't go into his backstory though, which is that he was born and raised in captivity, so he has some sympathy for them and that's why he took pity on Mowgli as a baby.

They continually insult each other, jab each other, but they still share mutual respect. The movie keeps this relation in tact.

It's fairly faithful to the original, except that Baloo in the short stories is not a lazy loafer, but the old wise teacher. Baloo in the movie is a lazyass with a good heart. Bagheera and Baloo respect one another in the original stories, unlike in the movie. The biggest change is Kaa. Kaa is not a villain in the original stories. He's a benevolent character who helps Mowgli. I always wondered where his ability to hypnotize his victims came from.

It puzzled me as a kid; even back then I knew snakes don't hypnotize anybody, so where's this coming from?

Turns out it's in the story. The monkeys fear Kaa because he does have the ability to hypnotize other animals into basically walking straight into his mouth. The music was completely replaced, some songs were added the original film did not have songs , and the narrator and some of the characters were dubbed to have many new lines which were not in the original film.

Moreover, the film was subjected to some censorship: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Children's literature portal. Daily Telegraph.

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Ushakov 2, 3 Maria Vinogradova 2, 3 V. Bubnov 2, 3 Yuriy Khrzhanovskiy 2, 3 T. Dmitriyeva 2, 3 Klara Rumyanova 2, 3 A. Shabarin 3.Born with a limp leg and unable to hunt very well, he stays close to villages to take down cattle.

June 14, He now has a little brother named Ranjan and has become close friends with the girl that lured him into the village, Shanti. The beautiful balance between old and new demonstrates his versatility and craftsmanship as a composer.

Interestingly, Mowgli is quite fearless and plucky, but not in an entirely foolish manner, despite his size, being illiterate and lack of animalistic abilities and survival instincts.

Played by Idris Elba, the tiger Sheer Khan rules the jungle with a vengeance towards humans.

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