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"The Jungle Book" at El Capitan in September

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  • "The Jungle Book" at El Capitan in September

    For anyone who's interested, "The Jungle Book" will be shown at The El Capitan from September 7th through September 20th. It's supposed to be a digitally restored version. No mention of a panel discussion the first night (panel discussions are usually on Thursday night), but Baloo is advertised as being at every show.

    The El Capitan main page doesn't have it listed yet, but if you go to the tickets page (http://disney.go.com/disneypictures/...n/tickets.html) and choose September, you'll see the times available for each date.

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    Oooh, awesome!
    Thanks for the heads up!
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      Re: "The Jungle Book" at El Capitan in September

      Does this mean there's a remastered DVD or something coming out?

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        Re: "The Jungle Book" at El Capitan in September

        Originally posted by aimster View Post
        Does this mean there's a remastered DVD or something coming out?

        Yes, in October. www.ultimatedisney.com. bookmark this site.
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          Re: "The Jungle Book" at El Capitan in September

          Sweet! Jungle Book is one of my fave Disney movies. Will need to pick this up!

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            Re: "The Jungle Book" at El Capitan in September

            richard sherman will be on the panel discussion. don't know who else.
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              Re: "The Jungle Book" at El Capitan in September

              From Ulimatedisney.com,


              For the first time ever, the near-sighted, short-tempered rhinoceros named Rocky is brought to the screen using original storyboards and original voice recordings by Frank Fontaine.

              The Jungle BookThe Jungle BookThe Jungle Book; this feature examines this phenomenon and features new interviews with Brad Bird,
              Andreas Deja, Sergio Pablo, Will Finn and Eric Goldberg.


              Learn about nature filmmaking and the experience of making The Jungle Book firsthand from Bruce Reitherman, the voice of Mowgli.


              Combines comments from current animators with audio from the original creative team who made the film



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                Originally posted by Herbie53 View Post
                richard sherman will be on the panel discussion. don't know who else.
                Have you heard when the panel discussion is? There's no Thursday screening.

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