Who did the music in jungle Book?

Terry Gilkyson
George Bruns
The Jungle Book/Music composed by

Did Louis Armstrong sing in jungle Book?

Initially, the filmmakers considered Louis Armstrong for the role, but to avoid the likely controversy that would result from casting a black person to voice an ape, they instead chose Prima, a white singer.

Who sang bare necessities?

Bruce Reitherman
Phil Harris
The Bare Necessities/Artists

Who sings I Wanna Be Like You in jungle Book?

Phil HarrisLouis Prima
I Wan’na Be like You (The Monkey Song)/Artists

Who sings at the end of Jungle Book?

“My Own Home (The Jungle Book Theme)” is a song from The Jungle Book sung by Shanti (referred to only as “The Girl” in the original film). The song is sung near the end of the film as she goes to fetch the water, during which Mowgli spies upon her and decides to follow her back to her village.

Did The Beatles do the voices of the vultures in The Jungle Book?

The Vultures were originally going to be voiced by The Beatles. The band’s manager, Brian Epstein, approached the Disney studios about having The Beatles appear in the film, and Disney had his animators create the Vultures specifically to be voiced by the band.

Who did the vultures voices in Jungle Book?

The final film instead features the vultures in mock-Liverpudlian accents, voiced by J. Pat O’Malley, Digby Wolfe, Lord Tim Hudson, and Chat Stuart; with the more Beatles-influenced number reshaped into a timeless barbershop quartet.

Where did the song bare necessities come from?

“The Bare Necessities” is the theme song of the 1967 Disney animated feature film, The Jungle Book written by Terry Gilkyson, and originally sung by Phil Harris as Baloo and Bruce Reitherman as Mowgli.

Who wrote The Bare Necessities song?

Terry GilkysonThe Bare Necessities / Lyricist

Does Christopher Walken sing in Jungle Book?

He’s got a voice and a walk and a set of mannerisms that’d be just as recognizable in orangutan form as Prima’s. Also, one of Walken’s many talents (along with: speech at a rate of seven words per minute; terrifying children and the elderly; golf ball-sized eyes), is a dazzling singing voice.