The Jungle Book (1967) — The final Walt Disney production

On the heels of the abysmal failure of the Sword in the Stone, Walt Disney Productions decided to recreate the work of a culturally-appropriating Imperialist in the Jungle Book. The production of this family favourite was then interrupted by Walt Disney's death.

The movie itself is true to its roots with messages of racism, segregation, and misogyny. What happy memories!

This episode's cover art was created by Katilynn Moss. You can see more of her work on her Instagram and own some for your home by visiting her Etsy store.

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My theme music was composed and played by Shawn Rudolph of Let Music Be.

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