There are still some golden rules in filmdom, and one of them might well be - don't mess with the classics. And in children's animation, apart from the usual Cinderellas and Snow Whites, it doesn't really get much more classic than The Jungle Book. Rudyard Kipling's man-cub Mowgli and his rather furrier buddies have been icons of children's imaginations for decades, and the 1967 original was a landmark in children's entertainment. Ask any of the at least two generations of parents since then. But Mr. Trenbirth, dude… some films were just not meant to have sequels.