This sequel to the first film, Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, premiered in theaters on March 8, 1996. The VHS of this movie was released on July 30, 1996. The DVD version was released on April 23, 2002.
Your favorite trio of talking animals is back in this action-packed Disney adventure that'll have the whole family bursting with excitement and laughter! Michael J. Fox, Sally Field and Ralph Waite supply the voices of Chance, the American bulldog; Sassy, the Himalayan cat; and Shadow, the golden retriever -- and Sinbad speaks for their newfound canine friend, Riley -- in this critically acclaimed sequel to Disney's now-classic Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. When the pets accidentally get separated from their vacationing owners, Chance, Shadow and Sassy navigate the mean streets of San Francisco, trying to find their home across the Golden Gate Bridge. But the road is blocked by a series of hazards, both man and beast. It's another incredible journey for the three very brave, very loveable pets, in a thrilling, funny adventure that's "bound to please" (New York Post) the entire family!
|1||Green warning screens||September 1991|
|2||Walt Disney Home Video logo||October 1992|
|3||Video preview for Aladdin and the King of Thieves||May 1996|
|4||Video preview for Muppet Treasure Island||February 1996|
|5||Video preview for Oliver & Company||March 1996|
|6||Video preview for James and the Giant Peach||June 1996|
|7||Feature Presentation||January 1995|
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|9||Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco||March 1996|
- Muppet Treasure Island (VHS) (UK version)
- The Santa Clause (VHS) (UK version)
- James and the Giant Peach (Demo VHS)
In Other CountriesEdit
|Country of origin||Release date|
|Japan||February 21, 1997 (VHS)|
Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco first aired on the Disney Channel on August 30, 1997, and on ABC on July 30, 2000, where it aired once more the following year, on July 22, 2001. One time, the movie aired on off-network syndication on August 1, 2009. It aired on The Hub for one year beginning on September 20, 2013. Like the first film, it currently airs on premium cable networks.