#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – This casts key characters from The Jungle Book (1967) into a 1930s pacific setting where Baloo is a bush pilot who finds himself as part of a struggling courier company.
Plot: Baloo the Bear from the Jungle Book is cast as a 1930’s Pacific Islands bush pilot.
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Great pilot, great plane. . .
Ahh, Talespin! What can I say that hasn’t already been said about this great show? Nothing! This is without a doubt one of the most well-written shows I’ve ever encountered, live-action or animation. The newer stuff is way too dumbed down for my tastes, and some of the “mature” stuff I have to shoo kids out of the room for. But not Talespin.
The stories are engaging and very plausible. Some of them could even be stretched out to an hour or two for a movie. Episodes like Stormy Weather and Her Chance to Dream are very dramatic while still being enjoyable for kids and adults alike. Then there are the pure comedy episodes such as the Bluest of the Baloo Bloods and Stuck on you, where the emphasis is on hilarity. I can laugh myself to tears in a few choice ones.
The drama aspect is very lacking in most shows nowadays(at least, those which aren’t specifically geared toward it), especially in cartoons. In the episode Stormy Weather for instance, Kit Cloudkicker decides that he’s going to join an air circus, but Baloo believes that it would be too dangerous. In the biggest fight of the episode, Baloo yells at Kit to stay away from Daring Dan, to which Kit screams “NO! You can’t tell me what to do! YOUR’RE *NOT* *MY* *DAD*!” and buries his face in his pillow. The next day he leaves for the air circus. This kind of drama is a rarity in a cartoon, and would be most welcome in the ones created nowadays.
The Characters have a lot of depth to them. Baloo is pretty much the way he is in The Jungle Book, plus or minus a few degrees of laziness. Rebecca is a cunning business woman whose ideas on getting money, while good in theory, are seldom good in practice. Molly is a cute little girl, but you can’t let that deceive you. She can be a real hellion sometimes. Kit Cloudkicker is a darker character than the rest. He doesn’t trust adults much unless they appeal to him, and he has a tendency to break off relationships. Watch his expression in Plunder and Lightning when he grabs the grappling hook: he looks as though he’s prepared to put it right through a pirate.
In the end, it’s the drama combined with the very real chemistry between the characters that makes this show #1 in my book. The relationship between Baloo and Kit is very real, almost father and son. This is demonstrated well in All’s Whale That Ends Whale when Baloo takes Kit’s word for it that Seymour is abusing the animals in his aquarium instead of siding with the other adults. Baloo and Becky’s relationship is also realistic, due to Baloo’s motivation for working comes from wanting to buy back the ol’ Sea Duck, not necessarily a desire to help Rebecca. But something tells me that if he did get the Duck back he’d still do jobs for Rebecca.
The Sea Duck, not to mention all the other planes in the series, is pretty realistically designed. The plane’s functions don’t change once throughout the series(continuity like that is hard to come by also), and unlike most other “super-planes” of other cartoons, it doesn’t have one single weapon on board(unless you count mangoes!), and relies instead on it’s cunning pilot’s great skill to get out of trouble. It’s hard to think of a hero vehicle that doesn’t have some sort of gun turret, laser cannon, or even a handgun somewhere on board. And the fact that they use their heads to get out of trouble is so hard to find in a cartoon nowadays. Plus it’s just such a darn cool design!
This is definitely the best cartoon. Ever. Period. Definitely worth all ten stars!
Original Language en
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure
Actors Ed Gilbert, R.J. Williams, Sally Struthers
Country United States
Awards Won 1 Primetime Emmy. 1 win & 5 nominations total
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