Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)



Remake of the popular Disney classic, this time featuring some well known voices as two dogs and a cat trek across America encountering all sorts of adventures in the quest to be reunited with their owners.

Written by
David Gibson <[email protected]>

Three pets (Chance, a young dog unfamiliar with the world; Shadow, an aging, wise dog; and Sassy, a snobby cat) are left behind when their family goes on vacation. Unsure of what happened, the animals set out on a quest to find their family. This journey across America is very dangerous and the animals risk never seeing their masters again. The group of pets travel across forested mountains and areas of wide-open countryside, while their family searches for them in the same areas.

Written by
David Landers <[email protected]>

The adventure begins when the loving owners of three irresistible pets (Chance, a fun-loving American bulldog pup; Sassy, a hilarious Himalayan cat who lives up to her name; and Shadow, a wise old golden retriever) are forced to leave them in the temporary care of a friend who lives hundreds of miles away. But after several days, the worried animals begin to their family must be in trouble, so they decide to head for home. On their incredible journey across the ruggedly beautiful Sierras, they encounter unexpected surprises from man, beast, and nature alike.

Written by
Robert Lynch <[email protected]>

Genre: Adventure,Drama,Family,Comedy

Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)
Release Date: 3 February 1993 (USA)
Country: USA
Director: Duwayne Dunham
  • Don Alder
  • Ed Bernard
  • Kevin Chevalia
  • Anne Christianson
  • Ted D'Arms
  • Woody Eney
  • Kim Greist
  • Rich Hawkins
  • Robert Hays
  • Nurmi Husa
  • Jane Jones
  • Veronica Lauren
  • David MacIntyre
  • Kit McDonough
  • Mary Marsh

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33 Responses to Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (1993)

  1. WrathOfDardel
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    was she hit once when they were filming?

    "Well, excuse me if I’m not afraid of the guy whose one big move is pumpin’ up his Reeboks."

  2. Robogabriel
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    I haven’t seen this movie in years, but from the clips I recently watched, in spite of how cheesy it is, it’s very nice and warm-hearted. However, I am amazed that this is the only movie of it’s kind, not just because they don’t use the CGI mouths on the animals, but because there’s actual EFFORT put into this movie to the point that it had to be live action. I mean, what other LATAM (Live action talking animal movies) have had nearly as much effort put in? Dr. Dolittle, Beverly Hills Chihuahua and Cats & Dogs (and the new sequel) certainly didn’t.

    "IMDb: Idiotic Morons Discussing bulls#!t"

  3. blbbg1
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    1) The family leaving the animals for vacation.

    2) Sassy falling down the river.

    3) Shadow almost dies.

  4. p_j5280
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    At the outdoor wedding ceremony, a child holds a frog, which jumps out of the child’s hands onto the grass. This scene was done in cuts and the frog jumped a distance of about two feet. The mischievous Chance finds the wedding buffet table irresistible and soon is wearing the wedding cake ear to ear. The dog portraying Chance loves whipped cream. A lot of cream was spread on him so he would not consume too much for this scene. Chance loves to tease the aloof Sassy by chasing and teasing her. The chase scenes were done in cuts. The cat was merely running to a buzzer while the dog came in response to verbal cues and was not actually chasing the cat.

    In one scene Chance tricks Sassy onto a seesaw, where she gets catapulted through the air. This scene was done in many cuts. The seesaw lifted up to a height of about four feet and the cat was filmed on it. The cat was then filmed as she was tossed from one trainer to a blanket being held by several people. The cat seemed to love it and purred throughout. The camera angle facing up made it look as though the cat was at a height much greater than it was. A fake cat was also filmed flying through the air to give the perception of distance. Edited together it creates a spectacular scene. For the cat’s landing, she was dropped by a trainer from a height of around two feet and landed in sand.

    When they arrive at the farm, Chance chases a flock of chickens. This scene was shot primarily in cuts where the chickens were filmed separately. The chickens would be fed and then the trainer would wave his hands to make the chickens flurry away. The dog playing Chance was not really interested in the chickens, so the trainers would give him hand signals and verbal commands to stay, look in various directions, and stop, etc. to create the impression that he was after the chickens, but he was merely obeying his trainers commands.

    The scene where Chance gets into a chicken house and the chickens scatter was filmed in basically the same manner. When a large turkey appears and chases Chance, the scene was shot in cuts, filming the turkey and the dog in much the same way as the chickens and the dog were filmed. Other animals seen on the farm primarily as atmosphere are a horse, a duck, a pig and some geese.

    When the animals leave the farm each of the three goes over a fence. To accomplish this the scene was shot in cuts. Food was placed on top of a log which was put along side the fence. The trainer was on the other side of the fence by the camera. Each animal would jump on the log to get the food and then would jump over the fence, responding to the call of a trainer who was coaxing it over the fence with more food. Camera angles made the fence appear higher than it actually was and the ground was softened and padded with straw and covered with leaves and grass so that the landing was soft.

    As Shadow leads the way and Chance and Sassy follow, the animals went from point A to point B, with one trainer releasing the animals as another trainer called to them. Along the way they see a raccoon, a skunk, a snake and an owl. As Chance chased the skunk, the skunk ran from point A to point B with food as a reward and the two animals were filmed separately. Most of the other shots of animals were filmed by a second unit that filmed nature in the wild and the footage was spliced into the scene with the animals.

    The three hungry animals go fishing in a stream and Shadow lunges at one fish that he manages to get out. This scene was shot in cuts. To establish the fish a real fish was taken out of a special holding tank and placed on the river bank for less than four seconds, then returned to the tank. Chance chases the fish on the ground as the fish is flipping and flopping away from him. A rubber fish on filaments was used for this scene.

    To get Chance to stick his head into the water, the trainers would put food on a rock and throw the rock into the stream and Chance would stick his head down to get the food. The fish used in this scene were kept in protective tanks which were then laid into the stream bed. While they are fishing they discover they have a companion who is also fishing. It is a bear who stands up and growls. This scene was also shot in cuts. There was no contact between the cat, the dogs, and the bear. The bear was given hand and verbal commands to stand up, smile, paw, etc. For safety purposes, wires undetected by the camera were placed between the animals.

    The two dogs swim across a river, but Sassy doesn’t want to swim so she finds another way of crossing by way of rocks and a log in the stream. The cat had been trained on her compound to jump from one rock to another in a stream. She also became accustomed to the water and could swim quite well. In the film the rocks and log had been strategically placed so the cat could jump from one to the other. When Sassy goes into the river, she was put in shallow water with a harness on her. She was then released by one trainer and swam to a second trainer who had a teacher attached to her harness. There were also four people under water to monitor her safety. Several cats had been trained for this scene. Each was only in the water eight seconds.

    There are many shots of the cat being swept up by the fast-moving river as she heads for a very high waterfall. This was filmed using a fake cat. There are close-up shots of a frightened cat and then a shot of Sassy going over the waterfall. This scene was shot in many cuts. Fake cats, a mechanical cat, and a real cat were used. When the real cat was used, she was not in a river, but a heated pool. When Shadow attempts to rescue Sassy, and goes into the water, he is basically going from point A to point B in the water. Sassy is eventually rescued by an old woodsman who finds a lump of matted fur at the water’s edge. He picks it up, hears a meow, and it turns out to be Sassy. The lump of matted fur which he first finds is the fake cat. When he picks it up the real cat was used. The cat was prepared for this scene by being sprayed down with warm water. The scene was accomplished in two takes. Around the woodsman’s cabin a hawk is seen briefly in the sky and deer are also seen.

    In the meantime, the dogs are hungry and Chance chases a rabbit hoping to catch his next meal. This scene was shot in cuts. After establishing the rabbit with the dog, the animals were filmed separately with each animal running A to B. With no success as a hunter, Chance tries fishing again. When Chance comes out of the water with a crawfish clamped onto the side of this mouth, a plastic crawfish was attached to the dog’s mouth with a rubber band so that it looked as if it were hanging onto the dog’s mouth.

    While the dogs are fishing, a cougar spots the dogs from a distance and starts tracking them. Chance spots the cougar and tries to warn Shadow that the cougar is coming close, but Shadow has his head in the water and doesn’t hear. Finally, Shadow lifts his head out of the water long enough for Chance to warn him. This scene was shot in cuts filming the dogs and cougar separately. A variety of A to B shots were filmed with the cougar in different locations. The dogs plan to rid themselves of the cougar by playing a trick on him using their old seesaw routine and Shadow as bait. They maneuver the cougar out on a ledge that juts out over a cliff. The entire area where they worked was all fake rock made out of hard Styrofoam. The plan is for Chance to jump on the other edge of the jutting area and catapult the cougar over the side of the cliff. Their trick is nearly ruined just as the cougar is about to pounce, when Chance is distracted and becomes fascinated momentarily by a butterfly that flies in front of him. For this scene silk butterflies were glued on the end of a fishing line and dangled in front of Chance’s face. The dogs succeed and catapult the cougar quite a distance into the river below. This scene was shot in cuts with a very realistic looking fake cougar going over the cliff. When the cougar crossed down A to B, the dogs were not present and the cougar was filmed separately. The dog was filmed numerous times jumping onto a platform. All of this footage was edited together to make it look as though the cougar had been catapulted.

    Sassy is fully recuperated and wants to get back to the dogs and her family so she leaves the cabin and runs off to find them. They have a very happy reunion. To increase the joy of this reunion some cat food was strategically placed on the dogs’ faces to insure that the cat would nuzzle the dogs.

    After their reunion, they have a fish feast along a riverbank and they eat their fill of fish. There is a pile of fish cadavers alongside them at the riverbank. All the fish cadavers were fake rubber fish.

    Chance gets curious about a porcupine and goes toward it but the porcupine flicks his tail into Chance’s face and injures him badly. Porcupine needles stick out of Chance’s face and Sassy tries to remove them. The porcupine scene was shot in cuts with a real porcupine and a fake dog. They allowed the porcupine to hit the fake dog to show contact. Then rubber porcupine needles were attached to the side of Chance’s face with spirit gum, which is a substance that actors use to apply beards and mustaches to their faces. To give the impression that Sassy is trying to pull out the needles, cat food was placed on the dog’s face and the cat went for the cat food.

    When the dogs are taken into the pound a blue muzzle is put on Shadow. The dog had been trained to wear a muzzle and was comfortable with it. He was able to take it off himself whenever he wanted to. A veterinarian removes the quills from Chance’s face with pincers and the wounds look angry and sore. These wounds were totally fake and the dog was not at all uncomfortable.

    Sassy, who had escaped the animal control officer, comes looking for the dogs and climbs the fence of Shadow’s cage. (The cat was actually climbing to retrieve food that was placed on the lock and she was also responding to a buzzer.) Sassy rescues Shadow and releases him from his cage and Chance gets off the vet’s table and there is a big chase scene as the animals run down corridors and the ACO’s chase them. For this scene the animals were actually running and playing up and down the hallways of the filming area.

    When they escape the building they run toward the surrounding fence. Sassy slips under a small hole underneath the fence. Shadow also manages to get underneath it but Chance, who is a little bit bulkier, becomes stuck. The three animals were each responding to the sound of buzzers. Chance was actually not stuck, but the director cut the film at precisely the right moment to make it appear as if he was. His backside is still on the pound side of the fence when a ACO grabs hold of him. Shadow throws himself at the fence, surprising the ACO, who lets go of Chance. When Shadow throws himself at the fence, he was actually doing a "foot-up", which his trainer had taught him. He was merely putting his feet up on the fence and the film was sped up to make it appear as though he was throwing himself at the fence. The three animals are off on their own again.

    For the scene in which the animals go through a railroad yard and cross railroad tracks, no trains were in use while the animals were being filmed. Moving trains were filmed at a separate time and spliced into the film with the animals. While they are walking through this yard, Shadow falls into a pit and injures his leg. The dog never actually fell into the pit. When he stepped on the boards they broke, but there was a platform immediately below. Then a fake dog was dropped into the pit and these scenes were edited together. Shadow tries to get out but the pit is large and deep and muddy and he keeps slipping back into the pit because he cannot get a good grip. To accomplish this scene a special pit was dug which was about three to four feet deep. For the sliding back and forth, one trainer was at the top of the pit calling the dog. Another trainer was at the bottom telling the dog to stay. When he did he would naturally start sliding downward. The dog could actually walk out on his own at any time and did so several times during the filming.

    When Shadow does appear at the end of the film to be reunited with Peter, Shadow runs with a limp. This was accomplished by putting part of a round wooden bead between the dog’s toes. The bead did not hurt him in any way, but gave him a peculiar sensation, causing him to walk with a limp.

    227 was better before Jackée left. Period. End of sentence. New paragraph!

  5. AceFrehleyForever69
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    I hated it


    "Cartoons are people too" -LadyCeres

  6. Sophie_Jounet
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    Its so simple yet so beautiful too.

    No change of heart, a change in me.

  7. bsvlark
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    "When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading". -Henny Youngmam

  8. JIS_22
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    Do you think that any of the dogs or cat in this movie are still alive?

  9. MrsAaronHotchner
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    I like all three of them, but for different reasons.

    Shadow: His loyalness

    Channce: His humor

    Sassy: sarcasm

    What do you think?

    "Let me just get out of this jacket and tie and I’ll get your fan belt"Bo Sinclair

  10. lindsey-ann
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    If you listen closely, it had the same meledy as the Air Bud theme song. I don’t know if thats coincidence or if air bud took the them from Homeward Bound

  11. Bohemian-Scandal
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    I have a list of top tearjerkers, and I always had The Green Mile at the top. But then I rewatched this movie and I found myself crying during four different parts of the movie. And during three of the four Iwas literally sobbing.

    1) Shadow explaining to Chance what it means to be a dog. (I was teary)

    2) The animals finding that girl, and Shadow staying with her the entire night, then leading the search party to her. (That entire sequence has me sobbing.)

    3) The famous scene where Shadow falls through the rotting wood at the tracks. (Once again sobbing.)

    4) And finally the end, when Shadow comes hobbling over the hill on his broken leg. (One of the few movies I’m glad no one died.)

    Let’s just say I’m really emotionally attached to all dogs. Plus I have an old Golden Retriever that I’m in love with. And a pitbull mix that looks just like Chance, and is just as dumb. I don’t have a cat, but Ihave a little terrier.


  12. TheIMDBexperience
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    Chance smashing into the tree after is run in with the three bears….love, love it, love it.

    "A Dream Is A Hint To Something"

  13. djr2
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    -I love this movie and it was just on Disney Channel earlier today, one part I never really thought about before though caught my attention this time around. When they find that little girl stranded in the woods and bring her parents to her and the pound people start to take them to the pound, Chance, Shadow and Sassy start to freak out and subsequently choose to escape from said pound. HOWEVER…One of the people who bring them in, the woman with the flier, clearly says she knows who they are and that they’re the missing pets in the flier and they will be going home now. It is quite clear that the pets can understand English spoken by Humans as Sassy later mocks the fat guard at the pound trying to catch her. This stuff about the flier and knowing who they are is said clearly within earshot of all of them so why were they still freaked out about going to the pound if they knew they would be seeing their family soon if they waited there?

    "Death by stereo" -The Lost Boys

  14. brown_town3
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    I don’t understand one thing. Was the family leaving to go on vacation? Or were they actually moving away? All of the plot summaries I’ve looked up says vacation, but the kids are in some kind of school when they go away so why would they be in school on vacation? Does anyone know?

  15. EternalSummer247
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    To ANY animal movie today. So sad. Back when this was made, the filmmakers had a lot more respect for children. This movie is pouring over with emotion and the acting from the voice over actors for the animals are fantastic.

    If this were made today, there would be no emotion to it and there would be some stupid villain human (or dog) that would try to stop them from getting where they’re going. I prefer the voice overs to animated animals, because 1) it’s more realistic and harder to do and 2) it just conveys emotion so much better.

    I think around 1993 marks around the spot where filmmakers starting caring less about child audiences and around 1997 all hell broke loose. They just started adding in extremely hyper characters because kids like fast, flashing colors of red and yellow. But, kids also like to feel the movie! They like to feel they’re cheering for a hero and that’s what makes this movie so great. The animals are the heroes and there’s no stupid pop culture references and NONE of the dogs ever say anything stupid like "Ay chihuahua!"

    This film respects children, films today don’t.

    OK, I’m done ranting.

    Eric: So, I said to myself, "Kyle…"

    Amy: "Kyle?"

    Eric: That’s what I call myself.

  16. sgottlieb87
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    seriously, the whole kids parts are so cheesy, you could think that all they care about 24 h a day are their pets. don’t they have something like human friends or hobbies?….i grew up with pets too, but i was okay with leaving them for a while, like holidays…i understand it’s important for the dramatical closure, but please…you really get annoyed after a while, especially by peter.

  17. Anonymous
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    This message has been deleted by the poster

  18. xPopPunkPrincess
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    After he got stung by the porcupine…what’d they stick to the dogs face, and how’d they get the dog to keep them there?

  19. Insurrbution
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    Maybe I missed something, but the house at the end looks like the one at the beginning. Did they ‘cancel the move’ or just go on vacation really far?

    Live long, and Prosper


  20. koalabearxoxo-1
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    I was told he was a boxer but I am not sure can someone let me know ty

  21. angrybeavers13
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    Shadow and Sassy’s owners Peter and Hope repeatedly tell them over and over that they are going to come back for them, yet later Shadow and Sassy think they’ve been abandoned. I don’t know that was really stupid.

    Chance had an excuse for not knowing Jamie would be back, he was never paying attention to anyone.

    "Andy! You goonie!"

  22. churlyryan
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    1) An extended scene where the birdwatcher brings Sassy to his house, he tells his deer neighbor who hangs around his yard that "they have a guest."

    2) After finally returning to civilization, before they get to the train tracks, the three are walking down an alley and Chance is complaining about being too hungry, Shadow agrees with him and suggests sending Sassy into a dumpster to look for food. Surprisingly instead of refusing to do so, Sassy agrees and says something about a "cat gourmet." The next scene shows a dumpster with cans being thrown out, we hear Sassy going "empty, empty, empty." The three do not find any food. The gang now reaches the train tracks.

  23. JurassicNate
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    Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey Soundtrack

    1. My Name Is Chance

    2. The Journey Begins

    3. Fording the Stream

    4. The Cougar

    5. Just over That Next Hill

    6. Breakfasting With Bears

    7. The Little Lost Girl

    8. Escape from the Pound

    9. Reunited

    10. End Credits

    Soundtrack: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?yykkhz4tj1l

  24. LizziF022
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    so last year, i found the soundtrack on amazon for freaking fifty dollars, but my mom bought it for me for my birthday.

    if anyone wants a copy, you can talk to me on AIM if you want, my name is LizziF014 that’s a zero, and i can try sending you the tracks through there.

    that or if you really want and trust i’m not a serial killer, i can burn you a copy and mail it to you. because i’m a nice person, and the soundtrack is that amazing that i would do it for anyone who asks.

    oh yeah, for the burned copy, just email me at [email protected]

  25. Ravenclaw1111
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    i love it at the end when shadow comes back i just cry and is it just me or whenever you here there main music to the movie you just get a tear to your eye

  26. Waigon
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    That’s sort of sad to think of, unless the cat was a year old, she could still be around, possibly, but unlikely.

    Poor Shadow, and especially poor Chance!!!! That dog always cracked me up. I could tell it wasn’t the same one in the sequel.

  27. CreativeMedia
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    I hope so – would be interesting to hear the voice actors thoughts on the film today…

  28. CreativeMedia
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    I would imagine so, for kids/family films there usually is – does anyone know who wrote it?

  29. CreativeMedia
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    I watched this on DVD and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it.

    Are there any other films similar to it worth a look?

  30. JH_Kalashnikov
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    The scene where the women (I haven’t seen this movie in a while so I’ll try and be as clear as possible) scribbles a note and leaves it on the table. When she leaves and closes the door, the wind gusts through the shack (I think it was a shack) and blows the note off the table. As it falls to the ground and if you look at the top right hand corner of your screen (I think it’s that corner. If not, try the left) what looks like a shoe appears and that’s when the scene cuts to something else that I can not remember. Anyone else spotted this? I remember seeing this a few years back and I still remember that black thing coming into the frame.


  31. scott-rhs
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    Here’s a link where you can download the soundtrack in rar format!

    If anybody downloads this and gets the mp3s, would someone please send me a copy of them through email? I don’t know how to work with these files. :P

    If somebody will be so kind as to do this for me, just post a reply and I’ll post my e-mail address!

  32. just-alice
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    I must have cried at least 3 times during this movie. It was very sad when Shadow fell into all that mud and broke his leg. That scene is so sad. I also cried at the end when the animals were reunited with their owners. (I was crying because I was happy!) Did anyone else cry? It was hard not to!

  33. Coolcinema442000
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    where in oregon did the seavers live? wasn’t it outside of portland? does anyone know where their house was? i know they lived outside of san francisco in the 2nd movie.

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