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The Rescuers (22-Jun-1977)

Directors: John Lounsbery; Wolfgang Reitherman; Art Stevens

Writers: Ken Anderson; Ted Berman; Larry Clemmons; Vance Gerry; Fred Lucky; Burny Mattinson; David Michener; Dick Sebast; Frank Thomas

From novel: The Rescuers by Margery Sharp

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy, Mice

Two members of the Rescue Aid Society, a mouse organization beneath UN Headquarters in New York City, undertake a mission to rescue Penny, a young girl held captive by the devious treasure hunter Medusa. Third animated Disney feature since Walt Disney's death, and the first by a completely new team. Engrossing story; the animation is on the whole very good but uneven. Followed 13 years later by a sequel, The Rescuers Down Under (1990).

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