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Mowgli
Background information
Feature films The Jungle Book Film
The Jungle Book 2
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
House of Mouse (2000 film)
Television programs Disney's The Jungle Cubs
Video games The Jungle Book (Video Game)
Kinect Disneyland Adventures
Books
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Bruce Reitherman
Tyler Mullen
Haley Joey Osment
Maxim Knight
International Voice
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration Mowgli
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names Mancub
Personality Brave, Kindness and Amazing
Appearance
Age
Birthday
Occupation
Alignment
Affiliations Good
Goal You better believe it!
Home
Relatives
Love Interests
Pets
Allies Baloo
Bagheera
Junior
King Louie
Minions
Enemies Shere Khan and Kaa
Likes Shanti (Close Friend)
Dislikes
Powers and abilities
Weapons Sticks
Fate
Quote "Yeah man!"


Mowgli is the protagonist in Disney's 1967 animated feature film The Jungle Book.

Appearances

On one peaceful day in the jungle, Bagheera the panther hears the cries of something unfamiliar to him and the jungle inhabitants. He goes to investigate and finds an abandoned, wrecked canoe. Inside, he finds a basket with a human baby, a "man cub." Knowing the man cub would die alone, Bagheera takes him to a wolf pack. As the years past, the man cub was named Mowgli, gained the ability to speak with animals, and has become great friends with Bagheera. One night, the wolf pack learned that the notorious predator, Shere Khan, has returned to that part of the jungle, in an attempt to murder Mowgli.

Personality

Mowgli is portrayed as an average child in the original film. Generally happy-go-lucky, but had a difficult time dealing with rules, and even more so, change. His goal throughout the film was to somehow find his place in the jungle, in hopes of remaining there, despite the looming threat of Shere Khan. This ambition would cause trouble for Mowgli, as he would unknowingly become the pawn of schemes from some animals, such as Kaa the Python and King Louie, who both sought out to manipulate Mowgli for their own, personal gain, rather than treating him as a member of their family, which is truly what the man-cub desired.

Artworks

Gallery

Kinect Disneyland Adventures: Mowgli

Quotes

Mowgli/Quotes and Lines.