The Rescuers Down Under

The Rescuers Down Under
The Rescuers Down Under

Year

1991

Duration

75 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Plucky mouse heroine Miss Bianca and her trusty companion Bernard return to the screen in this Australia-based sequel to Disney's 1977 movie The Rescuers, which features a magical array of creatures from Down Under. The mice are on a mission to save a kidnapped boy and an endangered Great Golden Eagle, and are joined on their quest by Jake, a Crocodile-Dundee-style kangaroo mouse. The film's tiny heroes are inspired by Margery Sharp's series of books, which began in 1959.

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