Der König der Tiere

Der König der Tiere
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Knock-off of The Lion King (Walt Disney Pictures, 1994)
Alternate German titles Der König der Tiere I
Written by Roswitha Haas
Starring Georg Feils
Nicole Simon
Hanna Kandler
Dirk Regenbogen
Armin Drogat
Jean Pinard
Herma Rothkirch
Ludwig Ickert
Alwine Ickert
Stefan Poszik
Peter Gersomke
Klaus Miller
Music by Fred Forster
Ludwig Ickert
Release date 1994
Running time 45 mins
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Der König der Tiere is a Dingo Pictures movie that was released in 1994. It is notable for being one of their longest movies and also being the first movie to have a sequel.

Plot

Since many years the animals have been living together peacefully in the jungle. Of course there had been fights, but the strong and intelligent Lion King always managed to settle them. The Panther however had been envious on the power of the king for a long time. When the lioness got a baby and the lion did not worry so much about the animals, the Panther instigated the animals against their king. The Lion and his family were brought out of the jungle and the Panther ruled like a tyrant. One day the little lion heard from the birds, how much the animals in the jungle had suffered from the Panther’s cruelty. He started thinking, how to help the animals.

Taken from the official Dingo Pictures website: http://www.dingo-pictures.de/en/king-1.htm

Cast

See also: Der König der Tiere/Credits

  • Georg Feils as Robin's father, Hippo and Vulture #1
  • Nicole Simon as Robin's mother
  • Hanna Kandler as Robin
  • Dirk Regenbogen as Bokassa and Vulture #2
  • Armin Drogat as Parrot, Crocodile, Vulture #3 and Rabbit
  • Jean Pinard as Bear
  • Herma Rothkirch as Snake
  • Ludwig Ickert as Mole
  • Alwine Ickert as Bird
  • Stefan Poszik as Monkey #1
  • Peter Gersomke as Monkey #2
  • Klaus Miller as Squirrel

Trivia

References

  • The parrot's line, "Diamonds are the girl's best friend" is a clear reference to Carol Channing's 1949 song, "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend".

Screenshots

See Der König der Tiere/Screenshots

Releases

See Der König der Tiere/Releases

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