Lloyd Beebe


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Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar (1967) - He Didn't Know He Was A Cougar Following a goofy original title song about a teenage cougar, with animation, the proper opening of the Walt Disney live action feature, we meet Ron Brown as logger Jess, Disney stalwarts Winston Hibler directing and Rex Allen narrating, and the youngest performing cat, in Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar, 1967.
Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar (1967) - A Friendly Frolic Having been adopted by a logger, abandoned cougar cub Charlie gets a big assist from narrator Rex Allen, writer Jack Speirs and director Winston Hibler, explaining his reasoning for an extended play sequence with a bear cub, in the Walt Disney live action feature Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar, 1967.
Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar (1967) - His One Log Catamaran The title character, now a little larger, with pal Jess (Ron Brown) encounters his enemy, the terrier Chainsaw, their chase introducing their participation in one of the last river log drives ever completed in the U.S.A., along the North Fork of the Clearwater River in Idaho, in Walt Disney’s Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar, 1967.
Legend Of Lobo, The (1962) - A Cougar Was Pokin' Around Joining Rex Allen’s narration of the daddy-wolf El Feroz on the hunt, a dramatic highlight, and one of very few scenes featuring humans, and noted brutality, from Walt Disney’s The Legend Of Lobo, 1962.
Legend Of Lobo, The (1962) - The Wolf Known As Lobo Opening with elaborate appreciation of the landscape around Sedona, ensuing narration by Arizona’s own Rex Allen, and loosely based on “Lobo the King of Currumpaw,” the factual short-story by Ernest Thompson Seton, from Walt Disney’s widely-seen The Legend Of Lobo, 1962.

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