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'The Jungle Book' was written by Rudyard Kipling and turned into a musical cartoon by Walt Disney – the last animated feature to have Walt Disney’s personal involvement. Movie original screenplay by Bill Peet, story by Larry Clemmons, Ralph Wright, Ken Anderson, and Vance Gerry, with songs by Richard M Sherman and Robert B Sherman.
'Winnie the Pooh' was created by A A Milne. My use of Pooh in this story is based entirely on the books and not the Walt Disney Corporation animated features.
'Father Ted' was a Hat Trick Production for Channel 4, created by and written by Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews.
‘Pinky and the Brain’ was created by Tom Ruegger and primarily written by Peter Hastings. It was owned by The WB Television Network.
Rob Anybody and the Nac Mac Feegle are from the ‘Discworld’ books by Sir Terry Pratchett.Bear Necessities
Illyria frowned at her Qwa’ha Xahn. “You eat ants? They seem but meager sustenance for one of your considerable bulk.”
“You better believe it, baby. Ants, grubs, prickly pear and paw-paw, they’re all part of Mother Nature’s recipes. Look for the simple bare necessities of life.”
Illyria shook her head. “I desire accoutrements suitable for my station. I will not grovel in the dirt for my nourishment. Your muzzle is stained by juice and your fur is dirty. You are an unsatisfactory Qwa’ha Xahn, Baloo the Bear. I should have accepted the offer of the sleek and sophisticated Shere Khan.”