The Owl and the City is a coming-of-age story for two boys, both grown up now and living in the shadow of the original films.
But, as we learned during our preview, this isn’t the first time the Owl has been featured in a Disney animation.
In the same trailer, the Owl gets his first glimpse of Disney princesses and the opening credits roll.
Watch the teaser below.
In the trailer, we see that the Owl is very excited to be reunited with his parents, who were recently killed by an evil group of pirates.
He then learns that he can now call on the Owl’s voice to help him get home and to save his family from the evil group.
The Owl returns home to find that his parents’ ship has been taken by pirates, and he and his parents must get away.
Watch a trailer for the Owl and The City below:The owl and his family are rescued by Disney princess Jasmine, who then takes the Owl to her home for a little family reunion.
The Owl has a very special bond with Jasmine.
Watch his reaction to her and the other Disney princess, Jasmine in this trailer:The Owl is an original character who was originally created for the “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by Lewis Carroll.
He first appeared in the “Brave” series of stories in 1937.
The owl was voiced by Charles Laughton.
He was voiced in the animated films by Robert Altman and John Saxon.
His name was later changed to “Owl” to reflect the fact that his species has changed over the years.
In this original story, the owl was created for Walt Disney World as a holiday mascot.
He is depicted as a handsome young man with white hair and a big smile.
He also has a long nose and white fur.
The character’s original name was the Owl.
Owl originally appeared in a number of Disney movies.
He appeared in The Little Mermaid (1991), Cinderella (1991) and The Lion King (1993).
He also appeared in Aladdin (1992), Beauty and the Beast (1993), Aladdin: The Animated Series (1994), The Nightmare Before Christmas (1995) and Mulan (1997).