George Of The Jungle

Theatrical Release: July 16, 1997
DVD Release: July 16, 1997
George Of The Jungle
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Synopsis

In this fun-filled tale of valiant rescues, amorous love with a beautiful career woman, Ursula (LESLIE MANN), and the opportunity to move to the city and live as a civilized human with all the comforts of modern-day life, George is ultimately compelled to return to his jungle habitat to fight off nefarious poachers, defend his friends the wise Ape, the Tookie Tookie bird and his trusty elephant Shep. In the end, with Ursula by his side, George finds that love conquers all as he regains his rightful position on the throne as King of the Jungle.

Dove Review

Lame version of the 60s animated series, proving some cartoons are best left cartoons

Content Description

2 or 3 mild expletives, but no profanity other than 3 "Oh my God’s; humor from animal flatulence and related crude physical humor; some sexual innuendo as George falls for Ursula and her girlfriends scrutinize the buffed King of the Jungle; although we do not see nudity, two females espy George coming out of the shower; the violence is cartoonish, with the villains being pounced by wild animals and George slamming into trees, boats, buildings, etc

Info

Company: Buena Vista Home Video
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 92 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright