Jungle Book (1942 film)
Jungle Book is a 1942 independent Technicolor action-adventure film by the Hungarian Korda brothers, based on a screenplay adaptation by Laurence Stallings of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, about a wild boy who is kidnapped by villagers who are cruel to animals as they attempt to steal dead king's cursed treasure.
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- I am of the jungle. Their lair is my lair. Their trail is my trail. Their fight is my fight.
- Quiet, you grinning black shadow! Quiet, grey brother. This is not our kill.
- What is the book of life itself but man's war with nature. The struggle between village and jungle!
- We're going to have a marketplace, and a temple, and a mighty city. Aye, we'll have all that if we can beat the jungle. But have you in your hundred years seen man win a war with nature?
- Verily, you would have all of India in your picture. Nay, you would have the book of the jungle to read in my eyes.
- It's Out of this World!
- I'll show you the mysteries--the wonders of the jungle's savage heart!
- THE JUNGLE FIRE! A whole world ablaze as the jungle strikes back at those who would violate its secret code!
- JEWELLED SECRET CITY..guarded by the jungle's fiercest denizens!
- MOWGLI, HALF-BOY, HALF WOLF . . . armed only with a knife and the love of a girl, meets the challenge of Shere Khan, the Killer Tiger!
- Sabu as Mowgli
- Joseph Calleia as Buldeo
- John Qualen as The barber
- Frank Puglia as The pundit
- Rosemary DeCamp as Messua
- Patricia O'Rourke as Mahala
- Ralph Byrd as Durgaived
- Faith Brook as English girl
- Noble Johnson as Sikh