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Many strange legends are told|Of these jungles of India...
but none so strange as the story|of a small boy named Mowgli.
It all began when the silence|Of the jungle was broken by|an unfamiliar sound.
It was a sound like one never heard|before in this part of the jungle.
It was a man cub!
Had I known how deeply|I was to be involved...
I would've obeyed my|first impulse and walked away.
This man cub would have to|have nourishment, and soon.
It was many days travel|to the nearest man village...
and without a mother's care,|he would soon perish.
Then it occurred to me.
A family of wolves I knew|had been blessed with a litter of cubs.
Oh, I knew there'd be no problem|with the mother thanks to|the maternal instinct, but...
I wasn't so sure|about Rama, the father.
Ten times the rains|had come and gone.
And I often stopped by to see how Mowgli|the man cub was getting along.
He was a favorite of all|the young wolf cubs of the pack.
No man cub was|ever happier.
And yet, I knew|that someday...
he would have to go back|to his own kind.
Then one night, the wolf pack|elders met at council rock...
because Shere Khan|the tiger...
had returned to|their part of the jungle.
This meeting was to change|the man cub's entire future.
Shere Khan will surely kill the boy|and all who try to protect him.
Now, are we all in agreement|as to what must be done?
Now it is my unpleasant duty|to tell the boy's father.
Rama. Uh, come|over here, please.
- Yes, Akela?|- The council has reached its decision.
The man cub can no longer|stay with the pack.
- He must leave at once.|- Leave?
I'm sorry, Rama.|There is no other way.
But-- But the man cub is--|Well, he's like my own son.
Surely he's entitled to|the protection of the pack.
But, Rama, even the strength of the pack|is no match for the tiger.
But the boy cannot survive|alone in the jungle.
Akela. Perhaps|I can be of help.
You, Bagheera? How?
I know of a man village|where he'll be safe.
Mowgli and I have taken many|walks into the jungle together,|so I'm sure he'll go with me.
So be it. Now there's|no time to lose. Good luck.
Bagheera.
I'm getting a little sleepy.|Shouldn't we start back home?
Mowgli, this time|we're not going back.
- I'm taking you to a man village.|- But why?
Because Shere Khan has returned|to this part of the jungle.
And he has sworn|to kill you.
Kill me? But why would he|wanna do that?
He hates man.
And Shere Khan is not going to allow you|to grow up to become a man--
just another hunter|with a gun.
Aw, we'll just explain to him that|I'd never do a thing like that.
Nonsense. No one explains|anything to Shere Khan.
Well, maybe so.|But I'm not afraid.
- And besides, I--|- Now that's enough.
We'll spend the night here.|Things will look better in the morning.
Man cub? Man cub!
Now come on, up this tree.|Be safer up there.
I don't wanna go back|to the man village.
Go on. Up you go.
- That limb way up there?|- That's right.
Is that all the better|you can climb?
I-- Oh-- It's|too big around.
And besides, I don't|have any claws.
Now, get some sleep.
We've got a long journey|ahead of us tomorrow.
I-- I wanna stay|in the jungle.
Huh? You wouldn't|last one day.
I'm not afraid. I-I can|look out for myself.
Say now, what have we here?
It's a man cub.
A delicious man cub.
Oh, go away and|leave me alone.
Oh, that's just what I|should do, but I'm not.
Now, now, please go|to sleep, man cub.
Yes, man cub.|Please go to sleep.
Please go to sleep
Sleep, little man cub
Rest in peace
Sleep. Sleep.
Ba-- Ba-Bagh-gheera.
Oh, now-- Now look, there's|no use arguing any more.
Oh! Now no more talk|till morning.
He won't be here|in the morning.
Hmm? Oh, yes, he will.|I-- Kaa!
Hold it, Kaa!
Oh! My sinus.
You have just made|a serious mistake, my friend.
A very stupid...
- Now, now, now, now, Kaa, I was--|- mistake.
Look me in the eye when|I'm speaking to you.
- Oh, please, Kaa.|- Both eyes, if you please.
You have just|sealed your doom.
Look, Bagheera!|Look, Bagheera.
Wake up, Bagheera.
Just you wait till|I get you in my coils.
Bagheera, he's got|a knot in his tail!
"He's got a knot|in his tail."
Ooh, this is going to|slow down my slither.
So, you can look out|For yourself, can you?
So you want to stay|in the jungle, do you?
Yes. I wanna stay|in the jungle.
Oh! Now, now, now for|the last time, go to sleep!
Man cub.
Man cub.
Hup, two, three, four
Keep it up|Two, three, four
Hup, two, three, four
Keep it up|Two, three, four
Hup, two, three, four
A parade.
Oh, no!|The dawn patrol again.
Company, sound off!
Oh, the aim of our patrol|Is a question rather droll
For to march and drill|Over field and hill
Is a military goal
Is a military goal
With a hup|Two, three, four
Dress it up|two, three, four
By the ranks or single file
Over every jungle mile
Oh, west amp and crush|through the underbrush
In the military style
In the military style
Hello. What are you doing?
Shh! Drilling.
- Can I do it too?|- Sure. Just do what I do.
But don't talk in ranks.|It's against regulations.
To the rear! March!
The other way.|Turn around.
Hup, two, three, four
Keep it up|Two, three, four
To the rear! Ho!
Company, halt!
That means stop.
Company, left face!
March, march, march.|My feet are killing me.
I'm puttin' in for|a transfer to another herd.
Silence in the ranks!
Dress up that line.
Pull it in, Winifred.
Inspection! Arms!
Stick your nose out.
- Like this?|- That's right.
A dusty muzzle.
Soldier, remember, in battle,|that trunk can save your life.
- Take good care of it, my man.|- Yes, sir!
Very good. Cary on.
- Let's have a little more spit|and polish on those bayonets.|- Yes, sir.
Esprit de corps.
That's the way I earned my commission in|the Maharajah's fifth pachyderm brigade.
Back in '88, it was.|Uh, or was it?
Here it comes.|The Victoria Cross bit again.
It was then I received|the Victoria Cross...
for bravely above and|beyond the call of duty.
Those were the days.
Discipline.|Discipline was the thing.
Builds character, and all that|sort of thing, you know.
Oh, oh, where was I?|Oh, yes. Inspection.
Well, very good.
Wipe off that silly grin, soldier.|This is the army.
Eyes front.
Lieutenant, that haircut|is not regulation.
Rather on the gaudy side,|don't you think?
There. That's better.
And as for you--
Oh, there you are.
Let's keep those heels|together, shall we, son?
Okay, Pop. Sir.
Yes, now that's better.
Well, a new recruit, eh?
I say, what happened|to your trunk?
Hey! Stop that!
A man cub!|Oh, this is treason!
Sabotage! I'll have|no man cub in my jungle!
-I-It's not your jungle!|-Hold it! Hold it! I can explain, Hathi.
Colonel Hathi,|If you please, sir.
Oh, yes, yes.|Colonel Hathi.
Uh, the man cub is with me.|I'm taking him back to the man village.
- To stay?|- You have the word of Bagheera.
Good. And remember,|an elephant never forgets.
I don't know what the army's|coming to these days.
These young whippersnappers,|who do they think they are?
Let's get on with it!|Right face!
Forward march!
Dear, haven't you|forgotten something?
Nonsense, Winifred old girl.|An elephant never forgets.
Well, you just|forgot our son.
Uh, uh, son-- Son?
Son! Oh, yes, yeah, yeah!|Quite right.
To the rear! March!
When I grow up, I'm gonna be|a Colonel, just like my--
- If I've told you once, I've|told you a thousand times--|- Oh!
Pop! Look out!
Gee, Pop, you forgot|to say "halt."
He said an elephant|never forgets.
It's not funny.
Now let's get out of here quick|before anything else happens.
Bagheera!|Where are we goin'?
You're going back to|the man village right now.
- I'm not going.|- Oh, yes, you are!
I'm staying right here!
You're going if I have to|drag you every step of the way.
- Let go, you--|- You let go of me!
Oh, that does it.
I've had it, man cub!
From now on, you're|on your own alone!
Don't worry about me.
Foolish man cub.
Doo-bee doo-bee|doo-bee-dee-doo
Well, it'sa doo-bah-dee-doo|Yes, it'sa doo-bah-dee-doo
lmean a doo-bee doo-bee, doo-bee|doo-bee, doo-bee-dee-doo
And with--
Well, now.
What have we here?
Hey, what a funny|little bit of a--
- Oh!|- Go away!
Oh, boy, I've seen|everything in these woods.
Hoo! What have I run on?|What a pretty thing this is.
- Leave me alone.|- Well, now.
That's pretty big talk,|little britches.
I'm big enough.
Pitiful. Hey, kid,|you need help.
And old Baloo's gonna learn you|to fight like a bear.
Now come on,|I'm gonna show you.
Yeah!
All right, now, kid, loosen up.|Get real loose and then start to weave.
Weave a little.|Now move! That's it!
Now give me a big bear growl.|Scare me.
Oh, boy.
I'm talkin' about|like a big bear.
He's in trouble! Why, I-I|shouldn't have left him alone.
- A big one. Right from your toes.|- How's that?
- Yeah, you're gettin' it, kid.|- Oh, no! It's Baloo.
That shiftless,|stupid jungle bum.
Weave about now and|look for an opening.
Keep movin'. Keep--
Yeah, you're gettin' it, kid.|Come on, that's it.
He's a dandy.
Fine teacher you are,|old iron paws.
- Oh, thanks, Bagheera.|- Eh, tell me, tell me, uh...
after you knock your pupil|senseless, uh, how do you expect|him to remember the lesson? Hmm?
Well, I-- I, uh-- Well, I didn't|mean to lay it on him so hard.
I'm not hurt.|I'm all right.
I'm a lot tougher than|some people think.
You better believe it.
Now let's go once more.|Now I want you to keep circlin'|or I'm gonna knoc kyour roof in again.
You better keep movin'.
Hey! Right on the button.
No, no-no, no-no.|Now you're ticklin'.
No! No. N-N-Now, now we don't|do that here in the jungle.
No, you're ticklin'.|I-I can't stand that ticklin'.
- Help, Bagheera!|- Oh, boy, that's all he needs.|More confidence.
- Give up, Baloo?|- I give up, I told ya.
Ooh! I give-- Hey!
You know somethin'? You're all right,|kid. What do they call you?
Mowgli. And he's going back|to the man village right now.
Man village? They'll ruin him.|They'll make a man out of him.
Oh, Baloo, I wanna|stay here with you.
Certainly you do.
Oh? And just how do you|think he will survive?
"How do you think he will--" What do|you mean, "How do you think he--"
He's with me, ain't he?|And I'll learn him all I know.
Well, that shouldn't|take too long.
Look, now it's like this,|little britches.
All you've gotta do is--
Look forthe bare necessities|The simple bare necessities
Forget about your worries|And your strife
I mean the bare necessities|are Mother Nature's recipes
That bring the bare|necessities of life
Wherever I wander|Wherever I roam
I couldn't be fonder|Of my big home
The bee sare buzzin' in the tree|to make some honey just for me
When you look under|the rocks and plants
And take a glance|at the fancy ants
Then maybe try a few
You eat ants?
You better believe it. And you're|gonna love the way they tickle.
Mowgli, look out!
- The bare necessities|of life will come to you|- But when?
They'll come to you
Look for the bare necessities|The simple bare necessities
Forget about your worries|And your strife
I mean the bare necessities
That's why a bear|can rest at ease
With just the bare necessities|Of life
Now when you pick a paw paw
- Or a prickly pear|- Ow!
And you prick a raw paw|Well, next time, beware
Don't pick the prickly pear|By the paw
When you pick a pear|Try to use the claw
But you don't need to use the claw|When you pick a pear of the big paw paw
- Have I given you a clue?|- Golly. Thanks, Baloo.
Pawpaw.
Of all the silly gibberish.
Come on, Baghee,|get with the beat.
- The bare necessities|of life will come to you|- They'll come to me!
They'll come to you
How 'bout scratchin' that ol' left|shoulder while you're up there, Mowgli?
Now just a hair lower.|There. Right there. That's it.
Oh! This is beautiful.
That's good.|Kid, we've got to get to a tree.|This calls for some big scratchin'.
You're lots of fun, Baloo.
Right on it. Yeah!
That's delicious.
Just a little bit--
Yeah!
Yeah.
Oh, man, this is|really livin'.
So just try and relax.
Yeah. Cool it.
Fall apart in my backyard.
'Cause let me tell you somethin',|little britches.
If you act like|that bee acts...
uh-uh, you're|workin' too hard.
And don't spend your time|lookin' around...
for something you want|that can't be found.
When you find out you can live without|it and go along not thinkin' about it
I'll tell you somethin' true
The bare necessities|Of life will come to you
I give up. Well, I hope|his luck holds out.
Mowgli, how 'bout you sing?
Look for the bare necessities|The simple bare necessities
- Forget about your worries|and your strife|- Yeah, man.
I mean the bare necessities
That's why a bear|can rest at ease
With just the bare necessities|Of life
- Yeah!|- With just the bare necessities of life
Yeah, man!
Beautiful!|That's real jungle harmony.
- I like being a bear.|- That's my boy.
And you're gonna make one swell bear.|Why, you even sing like one.
Hey, Mowgli, how 'bout you|flickin' that old, mean fly...
of fo' your|papa bear's nose?
Ouch!
Boy, when you flick a fly,|you really--
Why you flat-nosed,|little-eyed, flaky creep!
Hey! Let go of me!
Take your flea-pickin' hands|Of fo' my cub!
Come on and get him, champ!
- He ain't no champ. He's a chump!|- Baloo!
Yeah! A big hothead!
Okay, you guys asked for it.|I'll--
That'll cool him off.
Gimme back my man cub!
Here he is.|Come and get him!
That's how a bear|can rest at ease.
Here's some bare necessities.
Now just try that again, you--
- What's that you hit him with, son?|- That was a bare necessity.
Look, monk, you turn him loose|or I'll jerk a knot in your tail--
We give up!|Here he comes!
Baloo! Catch me!
- Baloo!|- Back up! Back up!|Faster! Faster! Faster!
A rolling bear|gathers no hair!
Baloo! Help me!|Baloo, they're carrying me away!
Bagheera!
Bagheera!
Well, it's happened.
Took a little longer than I thought,|but it's happened.
Bagheera!
Oh, you heard me, huh?
Mowgli. Mowgli!
All right, what happened?|Where's Mowgli?
They ambushed me.|Thousands of'em.
I jabbed with my left. Then I swung|with a right. And then I let--
Oh, for the last time,|what happened to Mowgli?
Like I told ya, them|mangy monkeys carried him off.
The ancient ruins.|Oh, I hate to think what'll happen|when he meets that king of theirs.
- We got him, King Louie!|- Here he is. Man, we got him.|We got him!
So you're the man cub.|Crazy.
I'm not as crazy as you are.|Put me down!
You cut that out!
Cool it, boy.|Unwind yourself.
Now come on,|let's shake, cousin.
What do you want me for?
Word has grabbed my royal ear--|Have a banana--
that you wanna|stay in the jungle.
Stay in the jungle?|I sure do.
Well, good.|And old King Louie--
That's me--|can fix it for you.
Have two bananas.
- Have we got a deal?|- Yes, sir.
I'll do-- I'll do anything|to stay in the jungle.
Well, then.
I'll lay it on|the line for you.
Now I'm the king of the swingers|Oh, the jungle VlP
I've reached the top|And had to stop
And that's what's botherin' me
I wanna be a man, man cub|And stroll right into town
And be just like the other men|I'm tired of monkeyin' around
Oh, ooh-bee-doo
I wanna be likeyou
I wanna walk like you|Talk like you too
You see it's true
An ape like me
Can learn to be human too
What?
Gee, Cousin Louie,|you're doin' real good.
Now here's your part|Of the deal, cuz.
Lay the secret on me|of man's red fire.
But I don't know|how to make fire.
Now don't try to kid me, man cub|I made a deal with you
What I desire|Is man's red fire
To make my dream come true
Now give me the secret, man cub|Come on, clue me what to do
Give me the power|Of man's red flower
So I can be like you
Fire? So that's what|that scoundrel's after.
I'll tear him limb from limb.|I'll beat him.
I'll-- I'll--
Yeah!
Well, man, what a beat.
Will you stop that silly|beat business and listen?
This will take brains,|not brawn.
You better believe it,|and I'm loaded with both.
- Will you listen?|- Oh. Yeah, yeah.
Now, while you|create a disturbance...
I'll rescue Mowgli.|Got that?
I'm gone, man. Solid gone.
Not yet, Baloo!
Hey!
Get mad, baby.
You|l wanna be like you
l wanna walk like you|Talk like you too
You see it's true
Someone like me
Can learn to be|Like someone like me
Take me home, daddy!
Can learn to be|Like someone like you
- One more time!|- Yeah, can learn to be
Like someone like me
- Man!|- It's Baloo, the bear!
Yeah, that's him!|How'd that square get in there?
Baloo, it's you!
Man, that's what I call|a swingin' party.
And furthermore, Baloo...
Mowgli seems to have man's|ability to get into trouble.
And your influence|hasn't been exactly--
Shh. Keep it down.|You're gonna wake up little buddy.
- Dah.|- Well, he's had a big day.
It was a real sockaroo.
You know, it ain't easy|learnin' to be like me.
Pah!|A disgraceful performance.
Associating with those undesirable,|scatterbrained apes.
Unh. I hope Mowgli learned|something from that experience.
Scooby-dooby,|dooby-doo.
That's my boy.
Oh, nonsense.
Baloo.
Over here. I'd like|to have a word with you.
A word? You gonna|talk some more?
All right,|what's up, Bagheera?
Baloo...
the man cub must go back|to the man village.
The jungle is not|the place for him.
I grew up in the jungle.|Take a look at me.
Yes, just look at yourself.
Look at that eye.
Yeah. It's beautiful,|ain't it?
Yeah. Frankly, you're|a disreputable sight.
Well, you don't look exactly|like a basket off ruit yourself.
Ohh.
Baloo, you can't adopt|Mowgli as your son.
Why not?
H-H-How can I put it?|It-- Baloo...
birds of a feather|should flock together.
You wouldn't marry|a panther, would you?
I don't know.
Come to think of it,|no panther ever asked me.
No. Baloo, you-you've got|to be serious about this.
Oh, stop woryin', Baghee.|Stop woryin'.
I'll take care of him.
Yes. Like you did when|the monkeys kidnapped him, huh?
- Can't a guy make one mistake?|- Not in the jungle.
And another thing.
Sooner or later, Mowgli|will meet Shere Khan.
The tiger? What's he got|against the kid?
He hates man with a vengeance.|You know that.
Because he fears man's gun|and man's fire.
But little Mowgli|don't have those things.
Shere Khan won't wait|until he does.
He'll get Mowgli while|he's young and helpless.
-Just one swipe and--|- No.
Well-- Well, what|are we gonna do?
- We'll do what's best for the boy.|- You better believe it.
You name it,|and I'll do it.
Good. Then make Mowgli|go to the man village.
Are you out of your mind?|I promised him...
he could stay here|in the jungle with me.
Well, that's just the point.|As long as he remains with you...
he's in danger,|so it's up to you.
- Why me?|- Be-Be-Because he won't listen to me.
I love that kid.
I love him like|he was my own cub.
Then think of what's best|for Mowgli and not yourself.
Uh, well, can't-- Well,|can't I wait until morning?
It's morning now.
Go on, Baloo.
Uh--
Oh, boy.
Mowgli. Mowgli.
Uh, it's time to get up.
Oh. Hi, Baloo.
Hi. Hey, rub that old|sleep out of your eyes.
You and me, uh, we got|a long walk ahead of us.
Swell. Gee, we'll have|lots of fun together.
Sure. Yeah.|Yeah. Uh--
All right, let's|hit the trail, kid.
See ya around,|uh, Bagheera.
Well, goodbye, Bagheera.
Me and Baloo,|we've got things to do.
Goodbye, man cub.|And good luck.
Come on, Baloo.|All we gotta do is--
Look for the bare necessities
Some good old bare necessities
Forget about your worries|And your strife
l mean the bare necessities
That's why a bear|can rest at ease
With just the bare|necessities of life
Yeah I'll live here|in the jungle
All my life|Yeah, man
I like bein' a bear.
- Where we goin', Baloo?|- Well, uh, it's, uh--
Um, well, it's|sort of new and, uh--
Oh, I don't care,|as long as I'm with you.
Mowgli, uh,|look, buddy, uh...
there's somethin'|I gotta tell ya.
Tell me what, Baloo?
Gee whiz.
Now how did old Baghee|put it? It's, uh--
Uh, uh, Mowgli?
Ha! You wouldn't marry|a panther, would you?
Gee, I don't even know|what you're talkin' about.
Mowgli, don't you realize|that you're a human?
I'm not any more, Baloo.|I'm a bear like you.
Little buddy, look,|listen to me.
- Come on. Come on, Baloo.|- Now, Mowgli, stop it now.
Now hold still. I-I want|to tell you something.
Now listen to me.
- What's the matter, old Papa Bear?|- Look, Mowgli...
I been tyin' to tell ya.|I been tyin' all morning to tell ya.
I've got to take you|back to the man village.
- The man village!|- Now look, kid...
- I can explain, and--|- But, but you said we were partners.
- Now believe me, kid, I-I-I--|- You're just like, like old Bagheera!
Now just a minute.|That's goin' too far.
Hey, Mowgli,|where you goin'?
Wait a minute! Stop!
Wait!
Wait! Listen to old Baloo.
Mowgli. Mowgli!
Mowgli!
- Mowgli. Mowgli!|- Now what's happened?
Well, you, you, you're not|gonna believe me, Bagheera...
but look, now I used the same words|you did, and he ran out on me.
Well, don't just stand there.
Let's separate.|We-- We've got to find him.
Oh, if anything happens|to that little guy...
I'll never forgive myself.
I gotta find him.|Mowgli!
Mowgli.
Hup, two, three, four
Hup, two, three, four
Keep it up|Two, three
What beastly luck.
Confound that ridiculous|Colonel Hathi.
Company, sound off.
Oh, we march from here to there
And it doesn't matter where
You can hear us push|through the deepest bush
Hup, two, three, four
With a military air
With a military air
The jungle patrol.
We're a cracker jack brigade
On a pachyderm parade
But we'd rather stroll|to a waterhole
Hup, two, three, four
For a furlough in the shade
Stop! W-Wait a minute.
Halt!
Who said halt?|I give the commands around here.
- Now speak up. Who was it?|- Oh, it was me, Colonel.
What do you mean, sir,|taking over my command?
- Highly irregular, you know.|- Oh, Colonel, I-I'm sorry...
- but, but I need your help.|- Oh, absolutely impossible.
- We're on a cross-county march.|- But it's an emergency, Colonel.
- The man cub must be found.|- Man cub? What man cub?
-How interesting.|-The one I was taking to the man village.
Good.|That's where he belongs.
Now, sir,|If you don't mind...
we'd like to get on|with the march.
No, no, no, you,|you don't understand, Hathi.
He is lost.|He ran away.
How delightful.
Well, serves the young|whippersnapper right.
But, but Shere Khan,|the tiger--
He's sure to pick up|the man cub's trail.
Shere Khan.|Nonsense, old boy.
Shere Khan isn't|within miles of here.
Oh, sorry, Bagheera.
Fortunes of war, and all that|sort of thing, you know.
This has gone far enough.|Far enough.
Now just a minute,|you pompous old windbag.
Winifred! What are you|doing out of ranks?
Never mind.
How would you like|to have our boy...
lost and alone|in the jungle?
Our son? W-Well--
But, Winifred old girl,|that's an entirely different matter.
- Huh!|- Different, entirely.
That little boy is no different|than our own son.
Now you help find him,|or I'm taking over command.
What! A female|leading my herd?
Utterly preposterous.
Pop? The man cub and I|are friends.
He'll get hurt|If we don't find him.
Please, Pop? Sir?|Please?
Now don't you worry, son.
Your father had a plan|in mind all the time.
Sure you did.
Troopers!|Company, left face!
Volunteers for|a special mission...
will step|one pace forward.
That's what I like to see.|Devotion to duty.
Now, you volunteers|will find the lost man cub.
Oh, thank you, Colonel.|Now there's no time to lose.
Yes, yes.|Well, bugler.
When the man cub is sighted,|you will sound your trumpet...
- three times.|- Yes, sir.
Not now, soldier.
Sorry, sir.
Lieutenant, our strategy shall|be the element of surprise.
You will take one squad...
- and cover the right flank.|- Yes, sir.
And I shall lead|the other squad...
on the left flank.
Very well. Company...
forward march!
Element of surprise?
Oh, I say.
And now for my rendezvous|with the little lost man cub.
Kaa! It's you!
Yes, man cub.
So nice to see you again.
Oh, go away.|Leave me alone.
Let me look at you.
You don't want me|to look at you?
Then you look at me.
No, sir. I know what|you're tryin' to do, Kaa--
You do? Uh, I mean...
- you don't trust me.|- No.
Then there's nothing|I can do to help.
You wanna help me?
Certainly.
I can see to it that you never|have to leave this jungle.
How could you do that?
Hmm? Oh, I have my own...
subtle little ways.
But first,|you must trust me.
I don't trust|anyone any more.
I don't blame you.
I'm not like|those so-called...
fair-weather friends|of yours.
You can believe in me.
Trust in me
Just in me
Shut your eyes
And trust in me
Hold still, please.
You can sleep
Safe and sound
Knowing I
Am around
Slip into silent slumber
Sail on a silver mist
Slow Iy and sure lyyoursenses
Will cease to resist
You're snoring.
Sorry.
Trust in me
And just in me
Shut your eyes
And trust in me
Oh, now what?
I'll be right down.
Yes? Yes?|Who is it?
It's me, Shere Khan.
I'd like a word with you|If you don't mind.
Shere Khan.
What a surprise.
Yes, isn't it?
I just dropped by.|Forgive me if I've interrupted anything.
Oh, no, no,|nothing at all.
I thought perhaps you were entertaining|someone up there in your coils.
Coils? Someone?|Oh, no.
I was just curling up|for my siesta.
But you were singing to someone.|Who is it, Kaa?
Uh, who? Oh, no.
Well, I was just singing,|uh, to myself.
- Indeed.|- Yes. Yes, you see...
I have trouble|with my sinuses.
- What a pity.|- Oh, you have no idea.
It's simply terrible.
I can't eat.|I can't sleep.
So I sing myself to sleep.
You know, self-hypnosis.
Let me show you|how it works.
Ah, trust in me
No, I can't be bothered with that. I|have no time for that sort of nonsense.
Some other time perhaps?
Perhaps. But at the moment|I am searching for a man cub.
Man cub? What man cub?
The one who's lost.
Now where do you suppose|he could be?
- Search me.|- That's an excellent idea.
I'm sure you wouldn't mind showing me|your coils, would you, Kaa?
Uh, certainly not.
Nothing here.
And nothing in here.
My sinuses.
Hmm. Indeed.
And now, how about|the middle?
The middle?
Oh, the middle.
Absolutely nothing|in the middle.
Really?
Well, if you do just happen|to see the man cub...
you will inform me first,|understand?
I get the point.|Cross my heart, hope to die.
Good show.
And now I must continue my search|for the helpless little lad.
Ooh, who does he think|he's fooling?
"The helpless little lad."
Ooh, he gives me|the shivers.
Picking on that poor|little helpless boy.
Oh, yes.
Poor little helpless boy.
You told me a lie, Kaa.
You said|I could trust you.
It's like you said.
You can't trust anyone.
If I never see that|skinny little shrimp again...
it will be too soon.
Ooh, my sacroiliac.
Hey, Flaps,|what we gonna do?
I don't know.|What you wanna do?
I've got it! Let's flap over|to the east side of the jungle.
They've always got a bit of action,|a bit of a swingin' scene all right.
Ah, come off it.|Things are right dead all over.
You mean you wish they were.
Very funny.
Okay.|So what we gonna do?
I don't know.|What do you wanna do?
Look, Flaps, first I say,|"What we gonna do?"
Then you say, "I don't know.|What you wanna do?"
Then I say, "What we gonna do?"|You say, "What you wanna do?"
"What we gonna do?" "What you|want--" Let's do something!
Okay. What you wanna do?
Blimey. There you go again.|The same notes again.
I've got it! This time|I've really got it.
So you've got it.|Then what we gonna do?
Hold it, lads. Look.|Look what's coming our way.
Hey, what in the world|is that?
What a crazy-looking|bunch of bones.
Yeah, and they're all|walkin' about by themselves.
Yeah.
- So what we gonna do?|- I don't know.
Hey, now don't|start that again!
Come on, lads. Come on. Let's have|some fun with this little fella...
this little blokey.
Blimey. He's got legs|like a stork, he has.
Like a stork. But he ain't|got no feathers, he ain't.
Go ahead. Laugh.|I don't care.
- What's wrong with him?|- I think we overdid it.
We were just having a bit|Of fun, that's all.
Oh, just look at him.|Why, the poor little fella.
You know, he must be|down on his luck.
Yeah, or he wouldn't be|in our neighbourhood.
Hey, new kid,|wait a minute! Hey!
-Just leave me alone.|- Oh, come on. What's wrong?
You know, you look like you|haven't got a friend in the world.
- I haven't.|- Haven't you got a mother or a father?
No.|Nobody wants me around.
Yeah, we know|how you feel.
Nobody wants us|around either.
Ah, we may look a bit shabby,|but we've got heart.
And feelings too.
And just to prove it to you, we're gonna|let you join our little group.
Kid, we'd like to make you|an honouray vulture.
Thanks, but I-- I'd rather|be on my own, alone.
Aw, now look, kid.
Eveybody's got to have friends.
Hey, fellas,|are we his friends?
We'reyourfriends
We're your friends
We're your friends|to the bitterend
The bitterend
When you're alone
When you're alone
Who comes around
Who comes around
- To pluck you up|- To pluck you up|- Give us a smile.
When you are down
When you are down
And when you're|outside lookin' in
- Who's there to open the door|- Come on, kid. We need a tenor.
- That's what|- What friends are for
Who's always eager to extend
A friendly claw
That's what friends are for
And when you're lost|in dire need
Who's at your side|at lightning speed
We're friends with every creature|comin' down the pike
In fact we've never met|an animal we didn't like
Ha-ha. You take it, kid.
Didn't like
So you can see we're friends
- We're friends in need|- We're friends in need
-And friends in need|- Friends in need
-Are friends indeed|-Are friends indeed
- Whoop, whoop.|Take it easy, lads.|- We'll keep you safe
- Steady, steady. Watch it!|- In the jungle
Forevermore
That's what friends
Are for
Bravo, bravo.
An extraordinary performance.
And thank you for|detaining my victim.
Uh, do-don't mention it,|Your Highness.
- Boo.|- Let's get out of here.
Give me room!|Gangway!
Run, friend! Run!
Run? Why should I run?
Why should you run?
Could it be possible that|you don't know who I am?
I know you, all right.|You're Shere Khan.
Precisely.|Then you should also know...
that everyone runs|from Shere Khan.
You don't scare me.|I won't run from anyone.
Ah. You have spirit|for one so small.
And such spirit is deserving|Of a sporting chance.
Now, I'm going to close my eyes|and count to ten.
It makes the chase|more interesting...
for me.
One, two...
three...
four--
You're tying my patience.
Five, six, seven,|eight, nine, ten!
Run, Mowgli. Run!
Let go, you big oaf.
Take it easy. Take it--|Whoo! Ho-Hold it, hold it.
Whoa. Slow down. Ooh!|Yow! Whoa! Slow! Easy now.
Ooh. Oh, boy. Easy.
He's got a tiger|by the tail, he has.
And he'd better|hang on too.
Take that, ya big bully.
Let him have it again, kid.|Hit him again, kid. Go on!
Baloo! Help me!
Somebody do somethin'|with that kid.
Come on, lads.
He's safe now.
You can let go, Baloo.
Are you kiddin'?|There's teeth in the other end.
I'll kill you for this.
Let go!|Baloo needs help!
Fire! That's the only thing|old Stripes is afraid of.
You get the fire.|We'll do the rest.
- Charge!|- You there, punch and blow.
Stay out of this,|you mangy fools.
Yeah, yeah.|Missed me a mile, he did.
- Yeah!|- Yeah! Pull his blinkin' whiskers.
He's a bloomin' pussycat,|he is.
Look behind you, chum.
Well, that's|the last of him.
Old Stripes took off like|a flaming comet, he did.
Well, come on. Let's go|congratulate our friend.
Hold it, fellas.
Now's not the time for it.|Look.
Baloo?
Baloo, get up.|Oh, please get up.
Mowgli, try to understand.
Bagheera, what's|the matter with him?
You've got to be brave,|like Baloo was.
You-- You don't mean--
Oh, no. Baloo.
Now, now.
I know how you feel.
But you must remember,|Mowgli...
greater love|hath no one...
than he who lays down|his life for his friend.
When great deeds are|remembered in this jungle...
one name will stand|above all others--
our friend, Baloo, the bear.
- He's crackin' me up.|- The memory of Baloo's...
sacrifice and bravey...
will forever be engraved|on our saddened hearts.
- Beautiful.|- This spot where Baloo fell...
will always be a hallowed|place in the jungle...
for there lies|one of nature's...
noblest creatures.
I wish my mother|could've heard this.
It's best we leave now.
Come along, man cub.
Hey, don't stop now, Baghee.|You're doin' great!
There's more, lots more.
Why, you big fraud!
You, you, you four-flusher!
I-I'm fed up, and I-I--
Baloo! You're all right!
Who, me? Sure I am.
Never felt better.
You sure had us worried.
Ah, I was just takin' five.
You know, playin' it cool.
Yeah, but he was too easy.
Good old Papa Bear.
It's going to be a bit dull without|the little bloke, isn't it?
Yeah. So what we gonna do?
I don't know.|Hey, now, don't start that again!
Hey, Baghee, too bad|you missed the action.
You should have seen how|I made a sucker out of old Stripes|with that left up in his face.
Boom, boom,|I was givin' him. Whang!
You wanna know somethin'?|We're good sparrin' partners.
You'd better believe it.
Yes, sir.
Nothin' or nobody is ever|gonna come between us again.
My own home
My own home
My own home
My own home
- Look. What's that?|- Oh, it's the man village.
No, no. I mean that.
Forget about those.|They ain't nothin' but trouble.
Just a minute.|I've never seen one before.
So you've seen one.|So let's go.
I'll be right back.|I want a better look.
- Mowgli, wait a minute.|- Ah, Baloo.
Let him have|a better look.
Father's hunting in the forest
Mother's cooking in the home
I must go to fetch the water
Till the day that I am grown
Till I'm grown
Till I'm grown
I must go to fetch the water
Till the day that I am grown
Then I will have|a handsome husband
And a daughter of my own
And I'll send her|to fetch the water
I'll be cooking in the home
Then I'll send her|to fetch the water
I'll be cooking in my home
She did that on purpose.
Obviously.
Mowgli, come back.|Come back!
Go on! Go on!
He's hooked.
Ah, it was inevitable, Baloo.
The boy couldn't help himself.|It was bound to happen.
Mowgli is where|he belongs now.
Yeah...
I guess you're right.
But I still think he'd|have made one swell bear.
Well, come on,|Baghee buddy.
Let's get back|to where we belong...
and get with the beat.
Look for the bare necessities
The simple bare necessities
Forget about your worries|And your strife
I mean the bare necessities
Are Mother Nature's recipes
That bring the bare|necessities of life
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