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The Jungle Book refers to a duology of books (short story collections) written by the British author Rudyard Kipling, which has been adapted many times into various works of film and television. All versions are set in the rainforests of India, and usually revolve around the adventures of Mowgli, an orphan boy and feral child who was literally raised by wolves.


The Jungle Book and its adaptations include:

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The Disney franchise:

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The logo of the 2016 film
Feature films

Television series

  • TaleSpin (1990-1991), a spin-off TV series that is (very loosely) based on the 1967 film; sharing a few of the same characters, but placed in a completely different plot and setting.
  • Jungle Cubs (1996-1998), a prequel TV series that is directly based on the 1967 animated film.

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