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4 minutes ago, ChB said:

Oh, cool! I liked both of those characters. When I was a kid, Mr. Stork made me like maps, and Roquefort made me hungry for milk&cookies and cheese&crackers. 

 

 Disney movies sure made you hungry a lot cause you said "Bare Necessities" made you hungry, too.

 

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24 minutes ago, Sparklefan1234 said:

 

Sterling Holloway was also the voice of Mr. Stork from "Dumbo", Roquefort the Mouse in "The Aristocats"

 

& was the narrator for "Susie the Little Blue Coupe".

Looking it up, I found that he also voiced the Cheshire Cat in "Alice in Wonderland", as well as Flower in "Bambi." All of them are pretty good characters. Wow, he was a legend.

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@ChB

 

That is true. Also, I forgot Sterling Holloway voiced Flower in Bambi so, thanks for the refresher. 

 

Speaking of Bambi, the backgrounds for the movie were absolutely incredible, IMO.

 

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10 minutes ago, Sparklefan1234 said:

 

Speaking of Bambi the backgrounds for the movie were absolutely incredible, IMO.

I only saw the movie twice or so, so I don't remember the backgrounds very well, other than that it's a temperate forest. 

 

Found this amazing wallpaper, though:

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1 minute ago, ChB said:

I only saw the movie twice or so, so I don't remember the backgrounds very well, other than that it's a temperate forest. 

 

Yeah, it's basically just trees, flowers & "nature" but, it's very nice to look at.

 

I also like the backgrounds for "Lady and the Tramp" mostly for the way the houses & buildings look.

 

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@Sparklefan1234 Yeah, Disney has sure hired some great artists and illustrators. Jungle Book, Bambi, and Tarzan stand out in forest illustration. Same for Tangled, I think. 

 

The LATT picture you posted reminds me of this song:

 

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33 minutes ago, ChB said:

eah, Disney has sure hired some great artists and illustrators. Jungle Book, Bambi, and Tarzan stand out in forest illustration. Same for Tangled, I think. 

 

The LATT picture you posted reminds me of this song:

 

My favorite song from Lady and The Tramp is "Bella Notte" (The song with the spaghetti.)

 

 

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Well... this is awkward...

Apparently I've been getting The Lion Guard battle cry and/or catch phrase wrong.

It's actually...

" 'Til The Pride Lands End... Lion Guard Defend"

I legitimately feel bad now.

I'm make appropriate corrections from now on when I post it.

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5 hours ago, Sparklefan1234 said:

"Now don't start THAT again!" ;)

Too late. ;) 

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11 minutes ago, Sparklefan1234 said:

@ChB And then Mowgli went to live in the Man Village, Baloo earned his pilot's license & Shere Khan became a businessman...The End. ;)

What happened to Bagheera?

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@Sparklefan1234 How did Shere Khan evolve so fast as to be able to use human technology?

Oh, I know why. Look carefully at the above picture of Mowgli and the fire stick. He tied Shere Khan's tail in the shape of a pretzel. After running away with the fire for five minutes, Shere Khan saw his pretzel-shaped tail, and was instantly inspired to become a baker. He secretly learned man's art of baking and cooking, baked a piece of bread himself, and then later got interested in other human tools, inventions, and talents. The rest is history. 

 

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4 minutes ago, Sparklefan1234 said:

@ChB

 

Baloo & company also became evolved enough to learn how to sew & make their own clothing.

I guess Baloo decided to abandon his "Bare Necessities" lifestyle? 

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9 minutes ago, ChB said:

I guess Baloo decided to abandon his "Bare Necessities" lifestyle? 

 

I bet Baloo visited Duckburg on one of his cargo deliveries & learned about money from a *very* wealthy duck. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Sparklefan1234 said:

 

I bet Baloo visited Duckburg on one of his cargo deliveries & learned about money from a *very* wealthy duck. 

And we all know who would be the first to adapt to the human world

 

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