Cover image for The rescuers
Title:
The rescuers
Author:
Clemmons, Larry, 1906-1988.
Publication Information:
[Burbank, Calif.] : Disney DVD : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2003.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (76 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Two brave mice try to rescue a kidnapped young orphan from the hilariously evil Madame Medusa, who is obsessed with getting her hands on the world's largest diamond!
General Note:
Originally released as motion picture in 1977.

Suggested by "The rescuers" and "Miss Bianca" by Margery Sharp.

Special features: "Water birds" Disney true-life adventure; The rescuers scrapbook with behind-the-scenes secrets and never-before-seen animation art; "Under the hat villains"; "Three blind mousketeers" Silly Symphony animated short; "Someone's waiting for you" sing along song; :The ultimate case" set-top detective game.

For specific features see interactive menu.

All subtitle options may not be available.
Language:
English

French

Spanish
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: G.
Added Uniform Title:
Disney DVD.
ISBN:
9780788826580
UPC:
786936144420

786936822786
Format :
DVD

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Two fantasy novels by Margery Sharp were combined for in the Disney animated feature The Rescuers. The title characters are a pair of mice, Bernard and Miss Bianca. A little girl named Penny has been kidnapped by Miss Medusa. When the human law enforcement officials fail to locate the child, Bernard and Miss Bianca take over with the help of several colorful animal companions. In classic Disney tradition, the comedy element is offset by moments of genuine terror. Voices are provided by Bob Newhart (Bernard), Eva Gabor (Miss Bianca), Geraldine Page (Madame Medusa), Jim "Fibber McGee" Jordan, John McIntire, George "Goober" Lindsay, Joe Flynn (who died in 1974, not long into the four-year production), and a host of others. It scored at the box office, more than compensating for the $8 million investment and the half-decade of work it took to complete the film. In fact, The Rescuers remains one of the most popular of the Disney cartoon films produced after the death of Uncle Walt. A heavily-computerized sequel, The Rescuers Down Under, appeared in 1990. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi