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    The Rescuers

    The movie followsĀ two New York City miceĀ members of the Rescue Aid Society, an international team that operates beneath the United Nations and comes to the aid of those in need, as theyĀ search for a little girl kidnapped by unscrupulous treasure hunters.
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  • Actors of "The Rescuers"

  • Characters of "The Rescuers"

    Bernard. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Bob Newhart
    Miss Bianca. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Eva Gabor
    Madame Medusa. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Geraldine Page
    Mr. Snoops. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Joe Flynn
    Ellie Mae. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Jeanette Nolan
    Luke. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Pat Buttram
    Orville. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Jim Jordan
    Rufus. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: John McIntire
    Penny. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Michelle Stacy
    The Chairman. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Bernard Fox
    Gramps. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Larry Clemmons
    Evinrude. Character of The Rescuers
    Rabbit. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: George Lindsey
    Digger. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: Dub Taylor
    Owl. Character of The Rescuers
    Played by: John Fiedler
  • Directors of "The Rescuers"

    John Lounsbery. Director of The Rescuers
    John Lounsbery
    Birthdate: 9 March 1911, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
    Wolfgang Reitherman. Director of The Rescuers
    Wolfgang Reitherman
    Birthdate: 26 June 1909, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
  • Creators of "The Rescuers"

    Margery Sharp. Director of The Rescuers
    Margery Sharp
    Birthdate: 25 January 1905, Wiltshire, England, UK
    Larry Clemmons. Director of The Rescuers
    Larry Clemmons
    Birthdate: 25 November 1906, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Rescuers"

    Variety
    September 03, 2008

    Four years of work were invested on this $7.5 million production and the expense, care, and expertise shows.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    The people who really need rescuing are the Disney animators and storymen, who seem uncertain whether to keep up the old studio traditions of cute characters and plush settings, or to branch out into contemporary urban satire.

    New York Times
    May 09, 2005

    Efficiently short, charming, mildly scary in unimportant ways, and occasionally very funny.

    Chicago Reader
    January 01, 2000

    The Walt Disney animators returned to top form with this beautifully crafted and wonderfully expressive cartoon feature, the first major work to come out of the Disney studios in a decade.

    Movie Metropolis
    August 18, 2012

    It's still a film that has its charms, along with one of the more peculiarly conceived Disney villains.

    Common Sense Media
    January 01, 2011

    Great adventure, but too dark for preschoolers.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    November 20, 2009

    The one completely successful Disney feature produced between 1967 and the beginning of the company's renaissance in 1989.

    Empire Magazine
    September 03, 2008

    A solid, child-friendly work which will keep little ones content, if not mesmerised.

    TV Guide
    September 03, 2008

    A beautifully animated film that showed Disney still knew a lot about making quality children's fare even as their track record was weakening.

    Las Vegas Review-Journal
    March 17, 2006

    An old-fashioned Disney delight/

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