The Lion King: Revisited is an unproduced American animated musical epic drama film directed and produced by Jon Favreau, written by Jeff Nathanson, and produced by Disney Television Animation, a loosely reboot of The Lion King franchise, particularly The Lion Guard, as well as based on William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. It features Gabrielle Union reprising her role from the television series, as well as Matthew Broderick, Ernie Sabella, Jeremy Irons, Nathan Lane, Diamond White, Jason Marsden, Eden Riegel, Lacey Chabert, Alfre Woodard, Madison Pettis, Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Sarah Hyland, Joshua Rush, James Earl Jones and Max Charles.
The film confirmed in 2019 following Disney's announcement to reboot The Lion King Reborn was executive-produced by Favreau. Favreau was inspired by certain roles of characters in the Broadway adaptation, and developed upon elements of the original film's story. Much of the main voice cast signed in mid-2019, and principal animation began in July 2019, which lasted in two months. Composers Hans Zimmer, Elton John, and lyricist Tim Rice, all of whom worked on the original's soundtrack, returned to compose the score alongside Beau Black and Beyoncé, who assisted John in the reworking of the soundtrack. Christopher Willis also composed the film's score when Zimmer was not available at certain times. It also dedicates the memories of Madge Sinclair, Jerry Stiller, Jason Raize, Joe Ranft, Russi Taylor, Robert Guillaume, Suzanne Pleshette and Mark Livolsi, who were all previously involved in the LK franchise.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the film is currently held against its production, but a novelization based on the film was released early, confirmed to be placed into an alternate continuity. In an effort to expand the franchise, Revisited introduces several dropped documentations and characters. It received mixed reviews from fans and writers, with the musical score, direction, visual effects, entertainment value, and performances (particularly of Union and Broderick) receiving positive notice, but criticism directed at the confusing overloaded storylines, subplots and closing scene, undeveloped characters, long duration, lack of originality, and perceived departures from TLG.
A young lion named Simba is to succeed his father, Mufasa, as King of the Pride Lands; however, after Simba's paternal uncle Scar murders Mufasa, Simba is manipulated into thinking he was responsible and flees into exile. After growing up in the company of the carefree outcasts Timon and Pumbaa, Simba receives valuable perspective from his childhood friend, Nala, and his shaman, Rafiki, before returning to challenge Scar to end his tyranny and take his place in the Circle of Life as the rightful King. Simba and Nala's daughter Kiara falls in love with Kovu, a male rogue lion from a banished pride that was once loyal to Scar.
Kion is the son of King Simba and Queen Nala, the younger brother of Kiara and the prince of the Pride Lands. As the second-born of the Lion King, he is gifted with a power called the Roar of the Elders and becomes the leader of the Lion Guard, a team of animals who protect the Pride Lands and defend the Circle of Life. Kion, along with his friends Bunga the honey badger, Beshte the hippopotamus, Fuli the cheetah and Ono the egret, sets out to keep the Pride Lands safe and protected from animals who do not respect the Circle of Life.
Following a threat message of revenge by Scar, the Lion Guard plan to invade the Outlands by uniting the Pride Landers and a clan of hyenas led by Jasiri. In the final invasion, the Pride Landers overpower a huge army of Outlanders, but Scar and Ushari incapacitate Kion, who obtain a scar across Kion's left eye. Weakened, the Great Kings of the Past lend him their strength. Scar attacks him with his roar, but Kion deflects it using his roar, killing Scar indefinitely, without causing the volcano to erupt according to Scar's previous plan.
After Scar's defeat, the Lion Guard travels out of the Pride Lands of Africa and across the world to get to the Tree of Life to cure Kion and Ono from their battle injuries. Kion's team also gets a new member, a martial eagle named Anga who replaces Ono's position as the new keenest of sight after Ono lost his eyesight, while Ono gains a new position as the smartest. Separated by Simba's prejudice against the banished pride and a vindictive plot planned by Kovu's mother Zira, Kiara and Kovu struggle to unite their estranged prides and be together.
The Lion Guard returns to the Pride Lands, only to find out that the conflict has already been settled. Zira's daughter and Kovu's older sister, Vitani, forms her own Lion Guard in their absence, causing an argument between them and Kion's Lion Guard. However, after seeing Vitani's confidence in becoming a leader even without the Roar, Kion allows Vitani's Lion Guard to succeed his Guard as defenders of Pride Lands. Kion and his friends return to the Tree of Life where Kion marries Rani and is crowned King of the Tree of Life with his close family and friends attending. Several weeks later, Kion and Rani symbolize the new union of the Pride Lands.
The film required extensive use of computer-generated imagery to portray the animals and settings. It utilized motion capture with certain actors, expressing a desire to avoid overusing the technology in order to prevent evoking an uncanny valley effect; however, must of their dialogues were reused from previous films.
Additionally, Fiona Riley and Savannah Smith were credited as "casting coordinators", while Jamie Thomason and Sarah Halley Finn were the casting directors.
- Matthew Broderick as Simba, the main protagonist, a lion who is the crown prince of the Pride Lands. Donald Glover provided the character's singing voice, while Rob Lowe was credited as Simba Double.
- JD McCrary as Young Simba
- Gabrielle Union as Nala, the secondary protagonist, Simba's childhood best friend and later love interest. Union reprises her role from The Lion Guard. According to Favreau, the character has a bigger role than in the original film. Beyoncé provided the character's singing voice, while Moira Kelly was credited as Nala Understudy.
- Shahadi Wright Joseph as Young Nala
- Eden Riegel as Kiara, daughter of Simba and Nala and Kovu's love interest and later wife. Liz Callaway provided the character's singing voice, while Neve Campbell was credited as Kiara Reader.
- Michelle Horn as Young Kiara
- Jason Marsden as Kovu, Zira's son, Nuka and Vitani's younger brother, and Kiara's love interest and later husband. Gene Miller provided the character's singing voice.
- Josh McCrary as Young Kovu
- Jeremy Irons as Scar, the treacherous brother of Mufasa, the brother-in-law of Sarabi and the uncle of Simba who seeks to take the mantle of king of the Pride Lands. David Oyelowo was credited as Scar Double.
- Nika Futterman as Zira, the mother of Nuka, Kovu, and Vitani.
- Khary Payton as Rafiki, a wise mandrill who serves as the shaman of the Pride Lands and a close friend of Mufasa's.
- Nathan Lane as Timon, a wise-cracking and loyal meerkat who befriends and adopts a young Simba after he runs away from home.
- Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa, a naive common warthog who befriends and adopts a young Simba after he runs away from home.
- Edward Hibbert as Zazu, a red-billed hornbill and majordomo to Mufasa and later Simba.
- Maia Mitchell as Jasiri, a friendly female spotted hyena who's in a relationship with Kion.
- Diamond White as Fuli, a cheetah, one of Kion's friends and the fastest member of the Lion Guard, as well as its occasional leader. She is quite prideful in her running abilities.
- Christian Slater as Ushari, an Egyptian cobra who often conflicted with Bunga and would get disturbed whenever the Lion Guard was near him.
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Basi, a hippopotamus who is Beshte's father and leader of his and his son's pod.
- Lynette Dupree as Ma Tembo, an adult African bush elephant with a broken right tusk, who attains leadership of her herd.
- Michael Dorn as Bupu, a stubborn sable antelope who is the leader of the herd and values polite behavior.
- Shohreh Aghdashloo as Janna, the former queen of the Night Pride, mother of Sâhasí and Surak, and grandmother of Rani and Baliyo.
- Andy Dick as Nuka, the eldest child of Zira and the older brother to Vitani and Kovu.
- Lacey Chabert as Vitani, the middle child and only daughter of Zira.
- Alfre Woodard as Sarabi, Mufasa's mate, Simba's mother and Kiara and Kion's paternal grandmother.
- Peyton Elizabeth Lee as Rani, the leader of the Night Pride and love interest of Kion.
- Madison Pettis as Zuri, a lioness and one of Kiara's friends.
- Sarah Hyland as Tiifu, a lioness, and a friend of Kiara's. She is shown to be kind and patient, as seen when she comforts an overreacting Zuri. Bailey Gambertoglio was credited as Tiifu Reader.
- Bryana Salaz as Anga, a martial eagle who takes over as the keenest of sight of the Lion Guard from Ono.
- Joshua Rush as Bunga, a honey badger, Kion's childhood best friend and the bravest member of the Lion Guard. He is also the adoptive nephew of Timon and Pumbaa.
- Landry Bender as Makini, a young mandrill who is Rafiki's new apprentice.
- Keegan-Michael Key as Kamari, an aggressive and hot-headed hyena prone to complaining and acting on impulse.
- Whoopi Goldberg as Shenzi, the ruthless and cunning matriarch of her hyena clan with no-nonsense attitude and air of authority.
- Eric Andre as Azizi, a dim-witted hyena.
- Common as Kiburi, a former member of Makuu's float.
- John O'Hurley as Hadithi, a legendary African hawk-eagle who faked having invented the Hadithi Spin.
- Maurice LaMarche as Kifaru, a white rhinoceros who is the leader of his crash.
- Sinbad as Uroho, a sneaky yellow baboon who is the leader of Traveling Baboon show.
- Kevin Schon as Chungu, one of Janja's right-hand henchmen. He is an unintelligent hyena who has a tough attitude and a slightly heavier build than the other hyenas.
- Andrew Kishino as Janja, the cunning and aggressive leader of the hyenas in the Outlands.
- Vargus Mason as Cheezi, one of Janja's right-hand henchmen. He is an excitable hyena who is usually seen sticking his tongue out.
- Blair Underwood as Makuu, a young, sleek, and well-built Nile crocodile who leads the Pride Lands' float.
- Jaime Camil as Pinguino, a macaroni penguin who lives at the Tree of Life.
- Dee Bradley Baker as Tano, a sloping, but devious, and smart hyena.
- Christopher Jackson as Shujaa, a large adolescent mountain gorilla warrior who was sent to the Pride Lands by King Sokwe of the Theluji Mountains to help Kion, Fuli, Ono, Bunga and Beshte to fight and defeat the army of Scar.
- Alex Cartañá as Twiga, a teenage giraffe.
- Lou Diamond Phillips as Surak, Janna's second-born son and Rani and Baliyo's uncle.
- Hudson Yang as Baliyo, Rani's younger brother.
- Erica Luttrell as Boboka, a sable antelope who is part of Bupu's herd.
- Phil LaMarr as Goigoi, a jackal who only thinks with his stomach and has the tendency to fall asleep.
- Behzad Dabu as Azaad, a prideful cheetah that the Lion Guard encounter in his canyon during their journey to the Tree of Life.
- Virginia Watson as Vuruga Vuruga, a buffalo who is the leader of her herd.
- Gerald C. Rivers as Pua, an elderly Nile crocodile who originally led the crocodile float, until he is defeated by Makuu in a "mashindano" battle for the position of alpha male.
- Dusan Brown as Beshte, a hippopotamus, one of Kion's friends and the strongest member of the Lion Guard.
- Atticus Shaffer as Ono, a cattle egret, one of Kion's friends and the smartest of the Lion Guard, as well as its first non-mammal member.
- Julie Kavner as Ma, Timon's encouraging and optimistic mother.
- Jerry Stiller as Uncle Max, a prominent member of the meerkat colony and relative of Timon and Ma. Stiller voices Max through the use of archival recordings from The Lion King 3: Hakuna Matata, and the film dedicates his memory.
- James Earl Jones as Mufasa, the king of the Pride Lands and the father of Simba. Gary Anthony Williams was credited as Mufasa Understudy.
- Max Charles as Kion, Simba and Nala's second born cub, Mufasa's grandson, the Prince of the Pride Lands, and the former leader of the Lion Guard as well as its former fiercest member.
- Michael Luwoye as Askari, a lion and the leader of the original Lion Guard who was the second-born of the unnamed king and queen and a distant relative of Mufasa, Simba, and Kion.
- Miki Yamashita as Nirmala, the Night Pride's healer.
- Jacob Bertrand as Chama, a young fun-loving African bush elephant who used to be part of Ma Tembo's herd. He, Mzaha, and Furaha are best friends and share a tree together near Big Springs.
- Ron Funches as Ajabu, an okapi who came to the Pride Lands to get away from Makucha and made friends with Beshte.
- Tunisia Hardison as Swala, a Thomson's gazelle who is the leader of her herd.
- Kari Wahlgren as Muhimu, a plains zebra who is the leader of her herd.
- Cade Sutton as Mzaha, a young fun-loving sable antelope who used to be part of Bupu's herd and is one of Chama's friends.
- Mekai Curtis as Furaha, a young happy-go lucky Zanzibar red colobus who is one of Chama's friends.
- Penny Johnson Jerald as Sarafina, Nala's mother.
- Justin Felbinger as Mtoto, an elephant calf that looks up to Beshte as his hero.
- Jon Favreau as a homosexual and gay oryx
- Heather Headley as Kitendo, a female mandrill and Makini's mother.
- Ana Gasteyer as Reirei, a jackal and the matriarch of her pack.
- Sophie Reynolds as Tazama, a lioness who is the keenest-of-sight of the Lion Guard.
- Greg Ellis as Mzingo, a vulture who is the leader of his parliament.
- Hans Zimmer as an eland
- Maisie Klompus as Madoa, a spotted hyena who is Jasiri's sister.
- Rachel Crow as Imara, a lioness who is the strongest member of the Lion Guard.
- Nolan North as Tamka, an arrogant crocodile.
- Fiona Riley as Shabaha, a lioness who is the bravest member of the Lion Guard.
- John Rhys-Davies as Sokwe, a gorilla who is the king of Theluji Mountains, and the father of Majinuni and Hafifu.
- Howy Parkins as Mbeya, a black rhinoceros.
- Savannah Smith as Kasi, a lioness who is the fastest member of the Lion Guard.
- Dan Howell as Majinuni, a gorilla prince and Hafifu's brother.
- Chance Bennett as a galago
- Beau Black as Nne, a sly hyena.
- Phil Lester as Hafifu, a gorilla prince and Majinuni's brother.
- Amy Sedaris as a guinea fowl
- Nick Watt as Zito, a grouchy and impatient African bush elephant who is part of Ma Tembo's herd.
- Jacob Guenther as Dogo, a jackal pup who uses his innocent looks to his advantage to win the trust of others in order to take advantage of them.
- Amber Hood as Kijana, a jackal pup who is Reirei and Goigoi's daughter.
- Tim Rice as Mwevi, a performer of the Traveling Baboon show.
- Elton John as Mwizi, Mwevi's partner and member of the Traveling Baboon show.
- Crimson Hart as Tunu, a hyena cub.
- Fiona Hart as Wema, a hyena cub and Tunu's sister.
- Meghan Strange as Shupavu, a skink who is the leader of her group.
- C.J. Byrnes as Tamaa, a fork-tailed drongo who can imitate the voice of any animal.
- Jorge Diaz as Nduli, a crocodile part of Kiburi's float.
- Cam Clarke as Mwoga, a vulture who is the spy of Mzingo's parliament.
- Elise Allen as Kulinda, a hamerkop.
- Danny Jacobs as Kiril, a musk deer who is the leader of his herd.
- Iris Bahr as Varya, a tiger and leader of her streak.
- Vyvan Pham as Ullu, a snowy owl who is the majordomo of Janna.
- Tiffany Espensen as Heng-Heng, a giant panda.
- Bluebelle Saraceno as Pasha and Polina, tiger cubs who are Feliks' sisters.
- Henry Kaufman as Feliks, a tiger cub.
- G.K. Bowes as Sasem, a water shrew that resides at the Tree of Life.
- David S. Jung as Kely, a stubborn gentle lemur who is the leader of his conspiracy.
- Jeremy Ray Valdez as Cek, a mountain goat that resides at the Tree of Life.
- Rafael Petardi as Tangaagim, a polar bear that resides at the Tree of Life.
- Yuki Matsuzaki as Tenuk (uncredited)
- Greg Chun as Seisou (uncredited)
B. B.'s Ma
- Pride Lands
- Pride Rock
- Mizimu Grove
- Big Springs
- Tree of Life
- Simba's Pride
- The Lion Guard
- Shenzi's Clan
- Army of Scar
- Janja's Clan
- Kiburi's Float
- Mzingo's Parliament
- Night Pride
- Bupu's Herd
- Ma Tembo's Herd
- Makuu's Float
- Basi's Pod
- Jasiri's Clan
- Hyena Resistance
- Pinguino's Rookery
- Cek's Herd
- Kely's Conspiracy
- Kiril's Herd
- Honey badgers
- Giant pandas
- Musk deer
- Gentle lemurs
- Polar bears
|1||The Circle of Life||Scar misses the presentation of his nephew, Simba.|
|2||New Acquaintances for Timon||Unable to fit in with his colony, Timon meets Rafiki and Pumbaa to be his acquaintances.|
|3||Can't Wait to be King||Wanting to go beyond the Pride Lands, Simba and Nala lose track of their babysitter, Zazu.|
|4||Scar's Big Plans||Simba and Nala encounter a clan of hyenas in the Outlands.|
|5||An Intense Stampede||After Mufasa is killed by Scar in a massive wildebeest stampede, Simba gets exiled from the Pride Lands.|
|6||Raising Simba||Timon and Pumbaa rescue Simba in the desert, and teach him their carefree philosophy, "Hakuna Matata".|
|7||The Famine||Tired of living in the wasteland of her former home, Nala sneaks away to find help.|
|8||Can You Feel the Love Tonight||After days of journeying, Nala reunites with, and soon falls in love with her childhood best friend, Simba.|
|9||The Battle for Pride Rock||Simba returns to Pride Rock, challenges, battles, and defeats his uncle Scar and becomes King.|
|10||He Lives in You||Simba presents his newborn cub, Kiara to the Pride Lands.|
|11||We Are Truly One||Kiara meets an outcast lion named Kovu, who is a chosen heir of Scar and the son of Zira.|
|12||Return of the Roar||Kion, the second-born son of Simba and Nala is tasked with protecting the Pride Lands and defending the Circle of Life.|
|13||Legends of Scar's Dark Prophecy||Janja's cronies plan to bring back Scar, along with help from Ushari and Zira.|
|14||Operation Rescue Kiara||When the Lion Guard rescue Kiara in the Outlands, Kion unknowingly summons Scar.|
|15||The Rise of Scar||Receiving the news of Scar's revenge, the Lion Guard and Simba devise a plan to defend the Pride Lands against an incoming threat.|
|16||Lions of the Outlands||TBA|
|17||Chamber of Secrets||The Lion Guard travels through a mysterious cave that could contain what they need to defeat Scar.|
|18||Pride Lands Unite!||Simba and Kion try to assemble an army of Pride Landers, but getting all of them to work together proves difficult.|
|19||Divide and Conquer||Kion and the Pride Landers help Jasiri reclaim the watering hole to her clan.|
|20||The Ultimate Showdown||When the Pride Landers fight the Outlanders during the Mpando Mpaya, this leads them to the biggest secret no one will ever forget.|
|21||A Hyena's Change in Heart||While Janja daydreams to join Jasiri and her clan, Scar plots to double-cross him.|
|22||Where's the Stink At?||TBA|
|23||Battle for the Pride Lands||To defeat Scar from unleashing his armada of Outlanders, Kion and Ono get injured to save the Pride Lands.|
|24||Journey to the Tree of Life||Kion and the Lion Guard leave the Pride Lands to find his cure at the Tree of Life.|
|25||Kiara's First Hunt||During Kiara's first hunt as an adolescent, she is almost killed in a bush-fire ambush, before Kovu, now older, rescues her.|
|26||The Unwelcome Stranger||Kovu gets exiled by Simba, after escaping from Zira's ambush.|
|27||Love Will Find a Way||Kiara runs away and reunites with Kovu and convinces him to return to the Pride Lands.|
|28||Unified Prides||The Lion Guard put themselves against Vitani's guard, after Zira drowns from the Pride Lander-Outsider battle.|
|29||The Battle of the Lion Guards||Kion and Vitani's Lion Guards have a competition in seeing who can defend the Pride Lands.|
|30||Epilogue: An Important Coronation||Kion marries Rani, becoming her mate and the King of the Tree of Life.|
Behind the scenes
- Main article: The Lion King: Revisited (soundtrack)
- Circle of Life / Nants' Ingonyama
- Digga Tunnah
- That's All I Need
- I Just Can't Wait to be King
- Be Prepared
- Hakuna Matata Dance
- Can You Feel the Love Tonight
- He Lives in You
- We Are One
- A Beautiful Day (Ni Siku Nzuri)
- Tonight We Strike / Bring Back a Legend Mashup
- Kion's Lament
- A New Way to Go
- On the Last Night
- Hello Hello (from Gnomeo & Juliet; Elton John and Lady Gaga version)
- One of Us
- Love Will Find a Way
- Long Live the King
- Circle of Life / Nants' Ingonyama (Reprise)
- Never Too Late
- Power of the Roar with the Super Readers (ft. Super WHY!): A parody/remake of Super Readers to the Rescue featuring Askari.
Although not performed, Reirei mentions "Jackal Style", and Bunga briefly performs Zuka Zama to himself.
Reviews and Controversy
The film received mixed reviews from writers. While the musical score, direction, entertainment value, and performances (particularly of Union and Broderick) were praised, the overloaded storylines, undeveloped characters, long duration, lack of originality, and perceived departures from The Lion Guard were criticized.
On review aggregation website, Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 50% based on 9 reviews, with an average rating of 5.6/10. The website's consensus reads: "Despite the fantastic voice cast and musical actions, The Lion King: Revisited suffers from the tragedy of Disney's ultimate narrative departures." On Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating to reviews, the film has a weighted average score of 54 out of 100, based on 5 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". CinemaScore polls conducted during the opening weekend revealed the average grade cinemagoers gave the film an "B+" on an A+ to F scale, while PostTrak reported filmgoers gave it an 80% overall positive score and a 64% "definite recommend".
The theatrical poster received criticism from fans, most notably on Kion's recolored eyes and gained Mark of Evil. However, this error was later fixed in having Kion's eyes colored brown and added back the Lion Guard Mark.
- ??? - Ginny
- Too long, and nothing original. If this movie was to impress me on a greater scale, it would need to be a new LK concept entirely. The movie and user in question have also done concerning stuff, and the poor voice cast is drained from being recast. The only thing I liked was Hakuna Matata. It just feels... boring. (0.5/5) - Flakin
- The film combines the usage of the original LK trilogy and TLG; with the Outsiders joining the Army of Scar, this tenses the rating up. (5/5) - Ava
- Revisited is very nice, especially the chapter names. Disney did a great job. No criticism, this is well done. (4.5/5) - Sisi
- All the canon events from TLK were good ideas, but was stupidly to have Kion in love with Fuli and Jasiri, as well as Scar brought in a "clone vessel", inspired by Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. (1.5/5) - Kuba
- I think some of the scenes should be something big. Some kind of a enterprise climax where that the parents and the children could have fun together. (3/5) - Polanco
- This is possibly one of my favorite films by Myers. The cast, character development and music score are all top notch! (3.5/5) - Alyssa
The streaming version of the film received polarized receptions in finding the film a lighter tone, fans began to push of releasing the original version, in this case, known as the Expanded Edition, or "The Night Pride Cut".
The film introduces Tahj Mowry as Kopa, Simba's son from the non-canon TLK comic series, as well as featuring Andrew Kishino as Ora, Rachel House as Mama Binturong, Steve Blum as Makucha and Kimiko Glenn as Chuluun.
- ↑ Broderick also voiced Sãhasí, the mate of Ãnanda, father of Rani and Baliyo, former prince of the Tree of Life, and Surak's second-born brother.
- ↑ Union also voiced Ãnanda, the mate of Sãhasí, mother of Rani and Baliyo, and former princess of the Tree of Life.
- ↑ Payton also voiced Muhangus, an aardvark and the leader of his shoal.
- ↑ Despite Lane also providing the character's singing voice in most songs, Kevin Schon takes the role from Lane in "Tujiinue" and "Circle of Life".
- ↑ Schon also voiced Thurston, a dimwitted plains zebra who is the leader of his herd, and provided Tamaa's singing voice.
- ↑ Baker also voiced the baboon leader and provided Mbeya's singing voice.
- ↑ Jackson also voiced Fikiri, the father of Makini.
- ↑ Cartañá also provided Madoa's singing voice.
- ↑ LaMarr also voiced Shingo, a Masai giraffe who is part of Twiga's herd.
- ↑ Watson also voiced Muhanga, Muhangus' mate, as well as Mbuni, an ostrich.
- ↑ Williams also provided additional voices.
- ↑ Riley also voiced Binga, a female honey badger.
- ↑ Strange also voiced Laini, a galago that resides at Ndefu Grove.
- ↑ Bahr also voiced Astuto, a female Darwin's fox.
- ↑ Espensen also voiced Rama, a mountain goat.
- ↑ Jung also voiced Tsah, a water shrew.