The Jungle Book (TV series)
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|The Jungle Book|
All characters from The Jungle Book
|Created by||Rudyard Kipling (Characters from Book)|
|Directed by||Tapaas Chakravarti|
|Theme music composer||Richard Kipling(episodes 40-52)|
|Opening theme||"It's in the jungle book"|
|Ending theme||"It's in the jungle book"|
|Country of origin||India|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||104|
|Executive producer(s)||Marc du Pontavice|
|Producer(s)||Marc du Pontavice|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||DQ Entertainment
|Original channel||TF1 (2010–Present)
Disney Channel (2010–Present)
|Picture format||52 x 11'|
|Audio format||Dolby Digital (HDTV), Stereo (Broadcast TV)|
|Original run||August 12, 2010– 2014|
The Jungle Book is a 2010 3D CGI animated TV series.
This series is based on the original book by Rudyard Kipling.
In June 2012, the first season of the series aired in the U.S. on Disney XD and was removed in the same year.
Tapaas Chakravarti, Chairman & CEO of DQ Entertainment, says: "The second season of Jungle Book was a simple decision after the tremendous success of the first season and the inherent demand by the global broadcasting community. Jungle Book already has a tremendous fan following and has created the need to see more and more of Mowgli and his jungle friends by the kids. We are confident that the second season will also be a tremendous commercial success. It will be followed by a TV Movie special, a Christmas special, a Halloween special and many other spin-offs. The partnership with ZDF is symbiotic in the sense that we are producing several other projects with them." 
In 2012, DQ Entertainment announced a 3D feature film based on the animated series for release in 2014. The film is produced by Tapaas Chakravarti, and directed by Jun Falkenstein and Kevin Johnson.
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- Mowgli (voiced by Emma Tate) - A young Man-cub raised by wolves in the jungle, He has a tiger claw which he keeps as a pendant after he took it from a battle from the man-eating tiger Shere Khan. The son of Akela.
- Bagheera - A black panther. He is Mowgli's best friend. Unlike his counterpart in the Disney film, Bagheera is not very strict, like in the book.
- Baloo (voiced by Jimmy Hibbert) - A sloth bear. In the series, he is bipedal, wears glasses and he is Mowgli's mentor. He likes to tell stories of the jungle.
- Shere Khan (voiced by David Holt) - A man-eating Bengal Tiger, who plans to kill and eat Mowgli but often fails in his attempts. He has a scar on his left eye.
- Kaa - An Indian Python. Like in the book, he is friends with Mowgli, Bagheera and Baloo.
- Akela (voiced by Joseph J Terry) - An Indian Wolf. He is the most trusted leader of the Seeonee Wolf Pack. The father of Daruka, Raksha, Bala and Lali.
- Daruka, Raksha, Lali, and Bala - They are Mowgli's wolf family that raised him as a child. In the Disney film, Daruka's name is Rama. Although Mowgli usually lives with Baloo and Bagheera, he visits them sometimes. Lali is voiced by Richard Epcar and Bala was voiced by Danny Katiana
- Phaona - A wolf who is the younger brother of Akela. He dislikes Mowgli being in the wolf pack and tries every attempt to banish him on the pack.
- Hathi - An Indian Elephant. In the series, he has two kids named Appu and Heetah and has a wife named Kachini. In the Disney film, Kachini's name is Winifred.
- Tabaqui (voiced by Nigel Pilkington) - An Indian Jackal. He is as devious as Shere Khan and also he is the sidekick of the evil tiger, but lacks to the courage to disagree with him.
- Darzi (voiced by Teresa Gallagher) - A tiny solid-red bird without a mate or nest. Brave for his size and friendly, but poor as a messenger (as in the book).
- Kala - A black panther, like Bagheera, but spotted and helpful nor even friendly, highly territorial and particularly hostile to Baheera and Mowgli.
- Rikki-Tikki-Tavi - An Indian Mongoose. Here he lives in the jungle with the other animals. Very cute-faced, ferret-sized and fearless (once even fought with Shere Khan in order to defend Mowgli).
- Ikii - A Porcupine.
- Oo and Boo - Two Turtles.
- Jacala - A Crocodile.
- Chil - A Kite.
- Masha and the Banderlogs- A group of langur monkeys who like to cause trouble for Mowgli and his friends. They live in the Cold Lair temple ruins and they are led by mean monkey queen Masha.
- Ponya - A Red Panda.
- Langur - A Himalayan monkey.
|#||Title||Written By||Storyboard By||Air Date|
|1||"Man Trap"||Jimmy Hibbert||Christian Choquet|
|Shere Khan takes an opportunity to massacre Mowgli after he lures Baloo in a man trap. Mowgli gets Kaa's help to pull Baloo out whilst Mowgli wards off Shere Khan with a flaming branch.|
|2||"Wild Black Bees"||Jimmy Hibbert||Christian Choquet|
|After straying away from Baloo's teaching, Mowgli encounters a giant nest of wild black bees. He uses this place to get back at Shere Khan for picking a fight with Baloo and Bagheera.|
|3||"Itchy Twitchy Kaa!"||Di Redmond||Christian Choquet|
|Kaa is itching as he sheds his skin and is in a bad mood. The Banderlogs imprison Mowgli and Shere Khan is prowling for him, but Kaa with Bagheera and Baloo come to the rescue.|
|4||"The Race"||Jimmy Hibbert||Christian Choquet|
|The Wolf Pack is having some doubts about Mowgli, so he challenges Phaona to a race. Mowgli is on the verge of losing the race, but Bagheera manages to keep Mowgli out of trouble.|
|5||"Monkey Queen"||David Richard Fox||Bernard Legall
|A monkey called Masha steals Baloo's glasses proclaiming herself Queen of the Jungle and impressing the Banderlogs. Mowgli tries to get the glasses back, while Shere Khan follows him.|
|6||"Sleeping Python"||David Richard Fox||Christian Choquet|
|Mowgli strongly believes his lucky charm is the key to victory. He drops the charm and Kaa sleeps on top of it. Mowgli gets it back after a near encounter with Shere Khan, but takes back what he said to Bala earlier.|
|7||"Treasure of Cold Lair"||David Richard Fox||Christian Choquet|
|Mowgli meets a Himilayan monkey named Langur. In the absence of the black snake Thu, Mowgli's friends try to guard the Cold Lair from human presence, but Mowgli and Langur take care of them with a ghost act.|
|8||"Legend of the Giant Claw"||Laura Beaumont
|Loud screeches ring in the jungle, which Baloo says maybe the "Giant Claw" beast, but its just Chil's intensified screeching. Mowgli and Bagheera carry out a plan to prevent Shere Khan from finding out about this.|
|9||"Fished Out"||Chris Trengove||Christian Choquet|
|Baloo and Mowgli go fishing. During a bad fish catch Baloo is away in the river and later Bagheera with him. With some help from the turtles Oo and Boo, Mowgli prevents them from plunging down a waterfall.|
|10||"Kite Flight"||David Richard Fox||Christian Choquet|
|Chil the Kite takes away Lali and Mowgli from the middle of a stream. He warns and takes Mowgli to a danger that poses by the stream and aids the wolves against a giant black cobra.|
|11||"Mowgli's Log"||Rachel Murrel||Patrick George|
|While swimming, Mowgli is captured by Jacala for his little crocs' meal. Baloo manages to stall them while Bagheera summons Hathi to help.|
|12||"Who is the Bravest?"||David Richard Fox||Christian Choquet|
|Mowgli fancies himself as the bravest in the jungle, but he carelessly falls down a well. Tabaqui helps him out for Shere Khan, but Hathi arrives to help Mowgli.|
|13||"The Waterfall"||David Richard Fox||Isa Python
|Shere Khan nabs Baloo and Bagheera, but before he can get Mowgli, Mowgli is carried by a storm down the river closing in on a waterfall, but he manages to rescue himself and Tabaqui.|
|14||"Darzi's Waterfall Rescue"||Di Redmond||Christian Choquet|
|Lali and Mowgli avoid Shere Khan as he follows their trail. Darzi passes a message to summon Baloo and Raksha to rescue the two as they have a tricking fight with Shere Khan.|
|15||"Mowgli's Sparklie"||Di Redmond||Christian Choquet|
|Mowgli finds a gold crescent necklace which he and Lali both like. They then compete with the Banderlogs and Shere Khan for it. After recovering it, Mowgli tosses it down the waterfall.|
|16||"Blood Brothers"||Chris Trengove||Christian Choquet|
|Tabaqui keeps Lali and Bala occupied to lure Mowgli to them so that Shere Khan can ambush him. Daruka summons the wolf pack to drive Shere Khan away.|
|17||"Survival of the Fittest"||Chris Trengove||Christian Choquet|
|Baloo challenges Mowgli to a contest to prove he is fit. By the end of the contest Baloo gets trapped under logs. Mowgli brings Hathi to free Baloo, motivating him to take regular exercise.|
|18||"The Day the Earth Shook"||Chris Trengove||Christian Choquet|
|An earthquake shakes through the jungle, getting Lali and Bala trapped in their cave. Kaa locates a shaft to exit the cave, which Mowgli and Kaa venture down to retrieve the wolf cubs.|
|19||"The Jungle Tour"||Annetta Zucchi||Christian Choquet|
|Mowgli tries to live alone. He is met by Ponya, a red panda. Mowgli shows Ponya round the jungle trying to keep her out of trouble, but needs Baloo and Bagheera's help to save her from poisonous snakes.|
|20||"Snake Bite"||Jimmy Hibbert||Christian Choquet|
|The wolf pack gather, but Akela has been bitten by a cobra. With Ikii's help Mowgli obtains a poison cure also having to fend off Phaona's hindrance.|
|21||"The Bridge"||Jimmy Hibbert||Jeff Galataud|
|Appu becomes hotheaded and goes off by himself after Heetah wins a contest to see which of their trunks is longer than each other and gets stranded on a pillar in the Banderlog lair. With the reluctant help of the Banderlogs, Mowgli and his friends build a bridge to rescue Appu.|
|22||"Phaona's Nasty Trick"||Di Redmond||Christian Choquet
|Phaona misleads Mowgli to the Elephant March where Shere Khan is told to find him. Mowgli is late for the wolf council meeting, but Akela realizes Phaona's deceit.|
|23||"The Wishing Tree"||Annetta Zucchi||Christian Choquet|
|Mowgli goes with Tabaqui to the Wishing Tree hoping to be a great hunter. Shere Khan comes for Mowgli, but after a long fight he manages to scare the tiger away.|
|24||"Is that you Kaa?"||Jimmy Hibbert||Christian Choquet
|While Mowgli gets Kaa's old skin to scare away Tabaqui. Hearing about Mowgli's trick, Shere Khan goes to get him, but the tiger runs into the real Kaa.|
|25||"The Rubber Ball"||Frederk Valion||Christian Choquet
|Mowgli discovers a rubber ball formed inside a hollow coconut and regards it as his personally. Shere Khan takes the opportunity to get Mowgli, but Bala and Lali save him.|
|26||"The Cobra's Egg"||Frederk Valion||Christian Choquet
|Tabaqui tricks Mowgli into taking a Cobra's egg. As the cobra corners Mowgli, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi comes to aid him.|
|27||"Thirst!"||Chris Trengrove||Christian Choquet
|Shere Khan secures the only source of water in the drying up jungle and will only exchange it for Mowgli. All seems hopeless until it starts raining.|
|28||"Save The Tiger"||Mark Swift||Joel H. Baugh|
|29||"King Kaa"||Chris Otsuki||Gene Grillo|
|30||"The Red Crocodile"||Kori Rae||Fred Gonzales|
|31||"Lucky Star"||Tim Jones||Kenneth Brannagh|
|Appu tests his growth using starstones.|
|32||"Mongoose On The Loose"||David Richard Fox||Emmanuel Perez|
|Mowgli tries to help Rikki Tikki Tavi the mongoose regain his strength after a fight with a cobra|
|33||"River Leaf"||Baptiste Filleul||Christian Choquet
|Mowgli finds a mirror that has been dropped by a human, and Tabaqui becomes convinced there are more man-cubs lurking in the jungle than he originally thought|
|34||"Human After All"||Baptiste Filleul||Laurent Salou|
|Tabaqui attacks Mowgli and Rikki Tikki Tavi dives in to save him, but the animals begin to mock the boy for lacking bravery|
|35||"Monkey Business"||Jimmy Hibbert||Bich Pham|
|Mowglia challenges Phaona to a trial of bravery, but the appearance of Mani put his chances of winning in jeopardy|
|36||"Two For The Price Of One"||James Mason||Emmanuel Perez|
|Phaona complains to the pack that Mowgli is taking a risk by getting close to the man village, and suggests he should be returned there|
|37||"Cheel And The Mountain Fire"||Di Redmond||Christian Choquet
|Ponya runs for her life when lightning causes a fire in the mountains, and Tabaqui lures her into Shere Kahn's territory|
|38||"The Buffalo"||Frederic Valion||Christian Choquet
|Mowgli and Bagheera offer to help a female buffalo find the right berry to cure her sick calf, but Shere Khan plots to get the young animal and the man-cub at the same time|
|39||"The Elephant's Secret"||Annetta Zucchi||Christian Choquet|
|Shere Kahn enlists Tabaqui's help to find the secret Elephant's Valley, where the females go to give birth|
|40||"Mowgli's Number One Fan"||Didier Lejuene||Laurent Salou|
|Mowgli helps Moky escape from the evil Shere Khan but becomes trapped himself|
|41||"The Wrong Panther"||Annetta Zucchi||Bich Pham|
|The rogue black panther, Kala, is back in the jungle and looking for Mowgli|
|42||"Mowgli The Artist"||Dodine Grimaldi||Emmanuel Perez|
|Mowgli impresses the animals in the jungle when he learns to paint, but becomes trapped after helping a little monkey to escape|
|43||"Day Of The Shadow"||David Richard Fox||Christian Choquet|
|Bagheera goes missing, and a strange panther-like creature begins attacking animals in the human village|
|44||"Small Is Beautiful"||Chris Trengove||Christian Choquet
|Darzee wants to be brave and strong like the other big birds, but they have little faith in her. Mowgli, Baloo and Bagheera take her with them, and soon need her help|
|45||"The Tooth Of The Matter"||Jimmy Hibbert||Bich Pham|
|Mowgli alleviates Jakala the crocodile's toothache, before the man-cub is cornered near the river by the ruthless tiger Shere Khan|
|46||"A Real Wolf"||Annetta Zucchi||Emmanuel Perez|
|Mowgli undertakes the Mist Valley test to prove he is worthy of being a part of the wolf pack|
|47||"Trapped!"||Jimmy Hibbert||Emmanuel Perez|
|The Banderlogs are threatened by Shere Khan to steal Mowgli's necklace. Their kidnapped baby Manny however escapes and gets Hathi to deal with Shere Khan.|
|48||"Bagheera In The Man Village"||Di Redmond||Laurent Salou|
|Green mold is growing in the jungle. Bagheera and Mowgli venture into the man village to procure Cedar Oil, barely managing to get away with it.|
|49||"Missing Monkey"||Laura Beaumont
|Mowgli and Bagheera try to find a missing monkey and reunite her with her baby|
|50||"Best In Class"||James Mason||Emmanuel Perez|
|Mowgli becomes jealous of Ponya, and Tabaqui makes use of his envy to lure him into a trap|
|51||"The Monster Of Cold Lair"||Di Redmond||Christian Choquet|
|Tabaqui comes across Mowgli's meat storage. He scares the Banderlogs, but fails to find a hiding place and Shere Khan takes his stolen gain.|
|52||"Baloo The King"||Di Redmond||Christian Choquet|
|Baloo suffers a bump on the head and becomes convinced he is king of the jungle|
|#||Title||Written By||Storyboard By||Air Date|
|53||"Pavo The Peacock"||Alastair Swinnerton||Christian Choquet|
|54||"The Bear Facts"||Jimmy Hibbert||Christian Choquet|
|55||"Mowgli's Cub"||Peter Hymes||Bich Pham|
|56||"Mowgli's Ghost"||David Richard Fox||Emmanuel Perez|
|57||"Journey to the Nesting Grounds"|
|58||"Mowgli The Thief"||Charles Hodges||Christian Choquet|
|59||"Show Me the Honey"|
|60||"Come Fly with Me"|
|61||"Truth Or Dare"||Peter Hymes||Christian Choquet|
|62||"Banzai Bananas"||Christopher Panzner||Christian Choquet|
|63||"Who's Laughing Now"|
|65||"The Sun Dance"|
|66||"Kitty Kat Kahn"|
|68||"Mowgli and the Sambar Deer"|
|69||"Jackal in Wolf's Clothing"|
|71||"Panther in Distress"|
|72||"Blind as a Bear"|
|73||"The Python's Hiccups"|
|74||"The Jungle Champion"|
|75||"The Elephant Call"|
|78||"Birds of a Feather"|
|79||"Temple of the Wolf: Part 1"|
|80||"Temple of the Wolf: Part 2"|
|84||"A Shot in the Dark"|
|85||"The Legend of Amber"|
|87||"A Nose for Trouble"|
|88||"The Voice of Power"|
|89||"Reaching for the Sky"|
|90||"The Invisible Man Cub"|
|91||"The Howling Moon"|
|97||"Tabaqui the Hunter"|
|98||"Most Beautiful Bird"|
|103||"The Broken Baton"|
|104||"Rangoo on The Run"|
- The Jungle Book at the Big Cartoon DataBase
- The Jungle Book at the Internet Movie Database