Out of the Memory Hole
I just reread The Jungle Book. It's one of my favourites from Kipling, who is indisputably one of the finest tubercular authors to dribble ink on the page.
And I was wondering, particulary what became of the video I once saw in about 1978 of the story of Kotik the White Seal.
When out of the blue I hit YouTube looking for a video of the Beatles' Rocky Raccoon for reasons that would take too long to explain, and discovered the video below. I also discovered that it was by Chuck Jones, one of Mme's indubitable favourites. And so how could I not present it here?
You'll find the rest at YouTube, natch.
It has been my observation that people of my advanced years simply don't think in terms of YouTube. We say "I once saw ..." something. Whereas a younger person of my acquiantance often says "Hey, I saw this great thing last night ... Hang on while I look it up!"
Nonetheless, here's the Chuch Jones version of Kotick, the White Seal:
Other bits also on YT.
The narrations are awesome: Orson Welles for the former and Roddy McDowell for the latter.