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Babar: The Movie (1989)

In his spectacular film debut, young Babar, King of the Elephants, must save his homeland from certain destruction by Rataxes and his band of invading rhinos.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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King Babar (voice)
Elizabeth Hanna ...
Lisa Jai ...
Isabelle (voice) (as Lisa Yamanaka)
Marsha Moreau ...
Flora (voice)
Bobby Becken ...
Pom (voice)
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Alexander (voice)
Gavin Magrath ...
Boy Babar (voice)
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Young Celeste (voice)
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Pompadour (voice)
Chris Wiggins ...
Cornelius (voice)
John Stocker ...
Zephir (voice)
Charles Kerr ...
Rataxes (voice)
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Arthur (voice)
Carl Banas ...
Old Tusk (voice)
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Croc (voice)
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In his spectacular film debut, young Babar, King of the Elephants, must save his homeland from certain destruction by Rataxes and his band of invading rhinos.

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28 July 1989 (USA)  »

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$1,305,187 (USA)
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1.37 : 1
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The Best We Both Can Be
Written by Maribeth Solomon
Performed by Molly Johnson
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Not just for kids!
21 November 2000 | by (Boston, Mass.) – See all my reviews

For those that aren't familiar, Babar occupies a curious little niche in children's books, and is sometimes the first exposure children have to cursive writing. Long story short, Babar is a prince in an elephant kingdom, having all sorts of curious adventures. In this movie, Babar has been left to run the kingdom while Dad is on vacation - however, the rhinoceroses declare war on the elephant kingdom, and Babar has to decide whether to resolve the problem through peaceful or violent means (pretty heavy for a 4 year old). The highlight of the film is Babar inquiring of his advisors as to recommendations - said advisors then launch into an amusing song-and-dance number about bureaucratic (in)efficiency being the best solution - "We'll send it to committee for review!" Increasingly funny the older you are . . .


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