"'No; I am Kim. This is the great world, and I am only Kim. Who is Kim?' He considered his own identity, a thing he had never done before, till his head swam. He was one insignificant person in all this roaring whirl of India, going southward to he knew not what fate."
Kim by Rudyard Kipling (Pg. 122)
I grew up on Disney's The Jungle Book - talking snakes, marching elephants, dancing bears, and harmonizing vultures singing Beetle-like tunes. What's not to love? Although the story was loosely based on Rudyard Kipling's book, I have to wonder what Kipling himself would have thought of Walt Disney's version.