The Rescuers

The Rescuers
The Rescuers

Year

1977

Duration

76 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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In this charming animated feature, two brave mice from the international Rescue Aid Society - the sophisticated Miss Bianca and the timid janitor Bernard - are on the trail of young Penny, kidnapped by the evil Madame Medusa who wishes to use the plucky orphan in her plan to unearth a giant diamond somewhere in the creepy Devil's Bayou swamp. In true Disney tradition, The Rescuers is a great mix of lovable characters (notably the goofy albatross 'airline', Orville) and top quality vocal talent.

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