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The Rescuers is the 23rd entry in the Disney Animated Canon. The film was based on a series of children's books by Margery Sharp.
The main similarities are with the first two books, where an orphan girl called Patience is kidnapped and held as a cleaning slave by a cruel diamond-obsessed Duchess. The Rescuers was released in The flamboyantly evil Madame Medusa Geraldine Page is trying to get her hands on the world's largest diamond hidden in a gloomy swamp.
Needing someone who will fit in a tiny grotto, she kidnaps a disconsolate orphan girl named Penny Michelle Stacy. Penny sends out a Message in a Bottle asking for help, which is intercepted by the all-mouse Rescue Aid Society, who for some reason, do not put it somewhere the police might find it while they send out their own agents.
What makes the movie interesting in a Real Life sense is how it came during a time when Disney was facing changing fortunes. The film was almost a reflection of how the Disney company was facing up to the death of its founder — the late '70s Disney movies tended to be considerably darker than their forebears, reaching a nadir with the next movie, The Fox and the Hound.
These movies both contained utterly gut-wrenching examples of Parental Abandonment. And Madame Medusa's casual nastiness towards Penny in the first movie "What makes you think anyone would want a homely little girl like you? On the technical side, this film was the first Disney animated film to move away from the hard scratchy outline look that was the norm for Disney animation since Dalmatians thanks to improvements of xerography processing technology to allow a softer look.
In addition, this helped give rise to Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers due to originally being a series based off the movie until Down Under was greenlit, at which point Tad Stones helped mold the series into what it was.
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This film provide examples of: Bernard is afraid of the number thirteen, especially when it came to the number of steps on a ladder or stairs. The movie also ended on a Friday the 13th if you look at the calendar shown.
Rufus tells the mice that Medusa offered Penny a ride, but Penny wouldn't have been foolish enough to take a ride from a "trashy lady" like her. Which likely means that Penny had to be taken by force and even though she is a Plucky Girlshe's also small enough for Snoops to drag her around by the arm.
The police haven't found any leads and have closed the case, assuming Penny has run away. Then we find out that Medusa and Snoops kidnapped Penny so that she could go into a tide-filled cave, due to being small enough to fit, and seek a diamond.
Penny is in danger of drowning or even being sucked out to sea through a hole in the cave, as well as running through a dangerous swamp on at least one occasion. And the Adventure Continues: Bernard and Bianca are deployed at the end of the movie.
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