Monday, 5 December 2011

Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (1977) Disney Movie

Rating: GLength: 105 mins.Year: 1977
Cast: Dean Jones, Don Knotts, Julie Sommars, Jacques Marin

Disney Movie Rating:
66.19 out of 100. Total of 32 votes.

Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (1977) Description:

Herbie's in love, and his infatuation with Lancia may serve to be a distraction on the race track. The last thing Jim Douglas After a long absence from the track, race car champion Jim Douglas decides to return to racing at the France-Monte Carlo track. With experience and seasons of success under his belt, victory should be his to take if only his driving partner, also known as Herbie the Love Bug, doesn't let his infatuation with a cute rival car cloud his mind and dampen his racing spirit.

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Petes Dragon (1977) Disney Movie

Rating: GLength: 128 mins.Year: 1977
Cast: Helen Reddy, Jim Dale, Mickey Rooney, Red Buttons

Disney Movie Rating:
75.96 out of 100. Total of 125 votes.

Petes Dragon (1977) Movie Description:
The evil Grogan family mistreated young Pete by making him a slave, so with the help of his best friend, Elliott, who happens to be a dragon. The two plan a heroic escape from the Grogans and find themselves in a real world full of adventure and a new version of evil.

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The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) Disney Movie

Rating: GLength: 74 mins.Year: 1977
Cast: Sebastian Cabot, Junius Matthews and Barbara Luddy

Disney Movie Rating:
84 out of 100. Total of 28 votes.

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) Movie Description:

The 1977 Walt Disney Productions animated film, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is an adaptation of the classic A.A. Milne children's book series. The Pooh "brand" has subsequently become an industry itself, producing a series of sequels, cartoons, books, toys, clothing and other Winnie the Pooh-related product, as well as three amusement attractions at various Disneyworld/Land facilities.

Voices for the various characters were provided by a vast array of talented performers, including Sterling Holloway, John Fiedler, Howard Morris, Paul Winchell and Ralph Wright. The film was narrated by Sebastian Cabot.

The innocent charm and wholesomeness of Milne's stories are captured brilliantly, and the animation is flawless. The musical score is by Buddy Baker and the Sherman brothers, Richard and Robert, who've contributed many memorable tunes in classics such as Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is a guaranteed winner with audiences of all ages.

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A Tale of Two Critters (1977) Disney Movie

Rating: GLength: 48 mins.Year: 1977
Cast: Mayf Nutter

Disney Movie Rating:
59.7 out of 100. Total of 1 votes.

A Tale of Two Critters (1977) Movie Description:

A film that will reawaken viewers about the "magic" of Disney is 1977's A Tale of Two Critters. This Walt Disney Production is similar to the classic animal adventures of Disney's earlier days, as well as the nostalgic Sunday night Wonderful World of Disney episodes.

Narrated by Mayf Nutter, A Tale of Two Critters follows the thrilling adventures of an unlikely pairing between a bear cub and a raccoon as they become forced together due to a flash flood along a river in the scenic and wild Pacific Northwest. Their relationship begins haltingly, but circumstances compel them to learn to trust each other in their quest to not only survive, but to return safely to their homes.

Jack Speirs wrote and produced, just one of numerous contributions he made during his 25-plus years of association with Disney. The unique folksy intros to countless Disney Productions were the work of Jack Speirs.

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The Rescuers (1977) Disney Movie

Rating: GLength: 78 mins.Year: 1977
Cast: Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor and Geraldine Page

Disney Movie Rating:
83.7 out of 100. Total of 25 votes.

The Rescuers (1977) Movie Description:

The voices of Bob Newhart, Eva Gabor, John McIntire, Geraldine Page, Joe Flynn and Pat Buttram highlight the 1977 animated comedy, The Rescuers. This Walt Disney Productions release relates the story of an organization similar to the U.N. called the Rescue Aid Society. The difference is, this organization is staffed by mice.

A kidnapped orphan's "Help!" note, via the proverbial message in a bottle, is discovered in New York harbor by the Rescue Aid Society. The case is then undertaken by Miss Bianca (Gabor), who inexplicably selects Bernard (Newhart), a stammering, reluctant janitor, as her partner. After some coercing, Bernard agrees.

Through their investigation, the unlikely pair track the kidnapper's trail and, with the help of an albatross and a dragonfly, discover the orphan is hidden at a pirate's cove in the bayou.

Pet alligators, the world's largest diamond, and a "Swampmobile" all factor into the equation in this amusing and fast-paced adventure.

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Candleshoe (1977) Disney Movie

Rating: GLength: 101 mins.Year: 1977
Cast: Jodie Foster, David Niven and Helen Hayes

Disney Movie Rating:
70.5 out of 100. Total of 4 votes.

Candleshoe (1977) Movie Description:

One of the better efforts from Walt Disney Studios in the late '70s is Candleshoe, a 1977 action film adapted from Christmas at Candleshoe, a novel by Michael Innes. Norman Tokar, long-time Disney contributor, directed.

Noblewoman Lady St. Edmund (Helen Hayes, in her final screen appearance) faces eviction from her palatial estate if she cannot come up with the money to pay the taxes. What's worse, she has a weakness for taking in orphans, and the mansion is packed with them. With the children's help and considerable effort from her jack-of-all-trades butler (David Niven), she's barely able to keep the wolves at bay.

Meanwhile, an alleged treasure trove of gold coins is rumored to be hidden on the estate, and a thieving pair of crooks (Leo McKern, Vivian Pickles) are determined to find it. To that end, they enlist a street-wise urchin (Jodie Foster) to pose as St. Edmunds' grand-daughter in order to gain access and locate the treasure.

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