animated movie The Rescuers Down Under © Disney
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The Rescuers Down Under

It is some years after the first Rescuers movie, and Bernard and Bianca have gone on many successful missions for the Rescue Aid Society. Their next adventure however may be one of their toughest yet as the pair journey to Australian to rescue a boy, Cody, who is struggling to save a magnificent golden eagle. Cody's been kidnapped by the notorious poucher, McLeach, who wants the boy to reveal the eagle's location to him. It's an all out race for the mice and their "down under" guide, Jake, to get to the boy and the eagle before they both become extinct.

see also: The Rescuers
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Remember what I said about loving animated adventure movies with a lot of rescuing? I can at least say that "The Rescuers Down Under" is probably one of the prettiest...
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Last night, I hung out with some old friends. We did what all college age kids do, watch movies that were deeply nostalgic. We rented Scooby Doo on Zombie Island...
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I Think That The Rescuers Down Under Is As Good As The Original Movie. Bob Newhart And Eva Gabor Are The Greatest Actors. They Rescued Penny From The Clutches Of...
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Whilst it's not as good as the original, The Rescuers Down Under is not a disgrace as far as sequels go. Many theatrical sequels tend to be no...
Created by: Disney
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Bob Newhart ... Bernard
Eva Gabor ... Miss Bianca
Tristan Rogers ... Jake
John Candy ... Wilbur
Adam Ryen ... Cody
George C. Scott ... McLeach
Frank Welker ... Joanna
Wayne Robson ... Frank the Frilled-Neck Lizard
Douglas Seale ... Krebbs the Koala
Peter Firth ... Red the Kangaroo
Bernard Fox ... Rescue Aid Society Chairman
Directed by: Hendel Butoy and Mike Gabriel
Produced by: Thomas Schumacher
Musical Score by: Bruce Broughton
Writing Credits: Joe Ranft, Karey Kirkpatrick, Jim Cox and Byron Simpson
Based on: the books "The Rescuers" and "Miss Bianca" by Margery Sharp

It is somewhat noteworthy to acknowledge this was the first 'sequel' that the Disney studios ever made. In the days when Walt Disney was still alive, he absolutely refused to make sequels of his movies.

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