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  • Rocky the Rhino
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  • Rocky the Rhino is a visually-challenged Indian rhinoceros who was dropped from the 1967 film The Jungle Book. He was to appear in the vulture sequence and would have been voiced by Frank Fontaine. He was to be animated by Milt Kahl before the character was ultimately dropped from the story. He was eventually used in the 2016 live action adaptation of The Jungle Book, together with his wife and his daughter, Raquel.
Alignment
  • Good
Goal
  • To fight with, and later befriend, Mowgli
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Inspiration
  • Bill Peet's rhino from the storyboards of his version of The Jungle Book
Voice
Appearance
  • Large, half-blind Indian rhinoceros
Name
  • Rocky the Rhino
Personality
  • Dumb, friendly, rough, clueless
Shows
  • Jungle Cubs
Weapons
  • Horn
Enemies
Powers
  • Speed, strength
Home
  • The Jungle, the Black Pool
Occupation
  • Fighter
Films
  • The Jungle Book
  • Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Friends
Quote
  • "Who said he ain't afraid of Rocky?"
Designer
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  • Rocky the Rhino is a visually-challenged Indian rhinoceros who was dropped from the 1967 film The Jungle Book. He was to appear in the vulture sequence and would have been voiced by Frank Fontaine. He was to be animated by Milt Kahl before the character was ultimately dropped from the story. He was eventually used in the 2016 live action adaptation of The Jungle Book, together with his wife and his daughter, Raquel.