The Jungle Book VHS, 1997, 30th Anniversary Limited Edition
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- Display Format:30th Anniversary Limited Edition
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- cudaboyoneJul 19, 2016by
Great Disney film and being a VHS tape, easy for the kids to operate the VCR
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: New
- lshe3939Mar 01, 2014by
No flaws or damages, vivid, crisp and clear viewing
Video in great shape, even the cover. Mom-in-law enjoying the story, over and over again! Super clear viewing with her poor eyesight.
- bismark11Jun 28, 2016by
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- onefinebabeOct 07, 2009by
The Jungle Book VHS - 30th Anniversary Limited Edition
I love the Jungle Book because it is a wholesome story with stimulating characters and musical entertainment for young and old alike.
I decided to purchase it because my two daughters loved it more than 20+ years ago and with my two year old Grandson around, there is nothing more exciting for me, than watching him grow with the Jungle Book as a second generation "Mowgli and Friends" loyal fan. Also is fun to see him do and react in some of the same ways his mother did, years ago while watching The Jungle Book.
- e-2-4c-4-1Aug 01, 2006by
I saw this when the Movie first came out.
I saw this when the Movie first came out, and it is just as good now as it was then. PERFECT! Most of the people behind the voices are gone but not forgotten. Especialy Baloo or Phil Harris. He had a Song out something Thats what I like about the south that waw terrific.
I know of only one terrible Disney character, that Blue thing from outer space, which is worse than a Grade Z Porno flick. On the perfect side Disney had a way of making his characters hook into loving them. Even Brar Bear in Song of the South may have been totaly Dumb but he was totaly Lovable. Baloo was realy an extension of Phil Harris personality, and in tribute to him as Baloo - Thats what you got a like about a lovable Character -