#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When a bottle containing a plea for help from a little girl named Penny makes its way to the Rescue Aid Society, a mouse organization in the basement of the United Nations building dedicated to the rescue and well-being of anyone in need, it is up to the brave mouse Miss Bianca and her chosen partner, the shy janitor Bernard, to rescue the girl. Searching for clues at Penny’s home at Morningside Orphanage in New York City, the two mice discover that the girl has been kidnapped by the evil pawn shop owner Madame Medusa and her companion Mr. Snoops. On the back of Orville the albatross, Miss Bianca and Bernard travel to the terrifyingly gloomy Devil’s Bayou where they learn the shocking truth: the innocent young girl is being forced down into a dangerous, dark underground pirate’s cave where she must find the Devil’s Eye, the world’s largest diamond and Madame Medusa’s greatest obsession. Before returning safely home, Miss Bianca, Bernard, and Penny will have to combat Madame Medusa’s two ferocious pet alligators Brutus and Nero with the help of Ellie Mae and Evinrude the dragonfly, as well as survive the raging tides inside the horrible pirate’s cave.
Plot: What can two little mice possibly do to save an orphan girl who’s fallen into evil hands? With a little cooperation and faith in oneself, anything is possible! As members of the mouse-run International Rescue Aid Society, Bernard and Miss Bianca respond to orphan Penny’s call for help. The two mice search for clues with the help of an old cat named Rufus.
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My favorite Disney movie of all time
Why is The Rescuers my favorite Disney movie? I’m not sure, other than the fact that it’s just so sweet, and never fails to make me really happy. Seeing those mice from all over the world is just too adorable for words!
The animation is beautiful, as are the backgrounds, and the character design is some of the best among Disney movies (Madame Medusa is a great departure from typical Disney characters). The songs are nice too (my favorite part of the whole movie is the sequence to “Tomorrow Is Another Day”).
They just don’t make movies like this anymore. Penny, the orphan that Bernard and Bianca rescue from that nasty old Medusa, is truly warm and sweet, and you really care about her. Something was missing from the boy that Bernard and Bianca rescued in the sequel. Penny’s truly something else.
The Rescuers is an underrated gem, and has something for everyone.
A charming addition to Disney’s animated classics canon
I remember seeing the second half of this film with my sister (who has the same name as the little girl in this film) while our dad was fishing and the most memorable moments from the second half were Penny being sent down the pirate cave to retrieve a diamond for Madame Medusa and Penny being shown on TV with her new mother and father. The other part of this film I remember from my childhood is the ‘Someone’s Waiting For You’ (one of the best songs in the film) sequence because it was featured on the Disney ‘Sing-A-Long Songs: Under the Sea’ video tape I watched constantly as a child. As with ‘Toy Story 3,’ ‘Dumbo’ and ‘The Rescuers Down Under (which is just as good as this film),’ I watched this on my flight home from Dubai and I really enjoyed it.
As with the majority of Disney films that came out between the 1960s and 1980s, the characters are drawn in a sketchy and linear way, thus making their animation a little on the flat side. The character designs range from being simplistic (e.g. Bernard and Bianca) to more detailed (e.g. Penny and Madame Medusa, but the facial expressions and lip-sync are spot on. As for the background designs and some of the props, they were intricately drawn, especially the bottle that contained Penny’s call for help and the cars parked outside the United Nations building. My favourite characters in this film are Bernard, Bianca and Penny, who are all very sweet. Even though this film has a sentimental tone for the most part, it has a few comical moments such as Bernard unintentionally wearing Bianca’s hat briefly while they are blown through the organ pipes when Brutus and Nero play it; and Penny imitating Madame Medusa as soon as Bernard and Bianca find her. In addition to ‘Someone’s Waiting For You,’ the other songs I liked were ‘The Journey,’ which I initially thought was called ‘Who Will Rescue Me?’ but was accompanied by beautiful paintings of Penny’s message in a bottle floating on the water as the opening credits were shown, and ‘Rescue Aid Society,’ which I found catchy, although the other songs were pretty forgettable. This film also has some clever writing, such as the running gag of Bernard’s fear of the number 13 (for example when he climbs up a ladder/comb to pull Penny’s message out of the bottle, he falls inside it) but it was also clichéd (Medusa being afraid of mice) and repetitive (one of Penny’s lines being the same as Medusa’s) in parts. One element of this film that reminded me of other films was Penny’s teddy bear resembling Winnie the Pooh.
Overall this was a charming film that I’d happily watch again. 8/10.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 18 min (78 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director John Lounsbery, Wolfgang Reitherman, Art Stevens
Writer Margery Sharp (suggested by “The Rescuers” and “Miss Bianca” by), Larry Clemmons (story), Ken Anderson (story), Frank Thomas (story), Vance Gerry (story), David Michener (story), Ted Berman (story), Fred Lucky (story), Burny Mattinson (story), Dick Sebast (story)
Actors Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor, Geraldine Page, Joe Flynn
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins.
Production Company Walt Disney Pictures
Sound Mix Mono (RCA Photophone Sound Recording)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length 2,071 m (cut version) (Finland), 2,130 m (uncut version) (Finland)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm