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The King and I

Rating:G
Genre:Animation, Family, Musical
Release Date:March 19, 1999
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:Miranda Richardson, Martin Vidnovic, Armi Arabe, Darryl Hammond, Ian Richardson
Director:Richard Rich
Producer:Peter Bakalian, Arthur Rankin, James G. Robinson
Writer:Jacqueline Feather, Peter Bakalian
Distributor:Warner Bros. Pictures

Description: A brand new full-length animated feature film based on the musical. An all-star cast of voices introduces us to the beloved characters of THE KING AND I. Miranda Richardson is Anna (with her songs sung by Christiane Noll); Martin Vidnovic (Lun Tha in the 1977 Broadway revival) is the voice of the King; Saturday Night LiveĀ¹s Darrell Hammond plays the all-new character Master Little and Ian Richardson is the voice of the dastardly Kralahome. Under the direction of Disney veteran animator Richard Rich, the animated version of THE KING AND I represents a delightful marriage of the most innovative animation technology available with the timeless songs considered to be the finest Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II ever wrote.

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