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King Kashekim Nedakh (Character)
from Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)

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Atlantis: The Lost Empire -- Explorers journey to the center of the earth to find Atlantis.
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Atlantis: The Lost Empire -- Clip: Climbing to the Top of the City
Atlantis: The Lost Empire -- Clip: First Look At Atlantis
Atlantis: The Lost Empire -- Clip: Fireflies

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Alternate Names:
Atlantean King

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  1. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) (VG) Played by Leonard Nimoy (as Atlantean King)

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From Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
King Kashekim Nedakh: Your heart has softened, Kida. A thousand years ago, you would have slain them on sight.
Princess Kida: A thousand years ago, the streets were lit and our people did not have to scavange for food at the edge of a crumbling city!
King Kashekim Nedakh: The people are content.
Princess Kida: They don't know any better! We were once a great people. Now we live in ruins. The kings of our past would weep if they could see how far we have fallen.
King Kashekim Nedakh: Kida...
Princess Kida: If these outsiders can unlock the secrets of our past, perhaps we can save our future.
King Kashekim Nedakh: What they have to teach us, we have already learned.
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