The Jungle Book is the final film produced under the guiding hand of Walt Disney, who died during the production. The film shows some of that personal Disney touch, but it also reflected the changing styles Disney animation embraced during the 1960s and 1970s. Some Disney purists look down on this period, pointing to the use of re-sampled animation in multiple films to save costs, and a lack of the classic Disney feel. However, I have a deep personal affinity for the era. How can you criticize a period that produced 101 Dalmatians, Robin Hood, and The Jungle Book?