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Directors:
Darrell Rooney
Rob LaDuca (co-director)
Writers:
Flip Kobler (screenplay) &
Cindy Marcus (screenplay) ...
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Release Date:
27 October 1998 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
The circle of life continues...
Plot:
Simba's daughter is the key to a resolution of a bitter feud between Simba's pride and the outcast pride led by the mate of Scar. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
3 wins & 3 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Not the Mightiest Lion See more (152 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Matthew Broderick ... Simba (voice)

Neve Campbell ... Kiara (voice)

Andy Dick ... Nuka (voice)

Robert Guillaume ... Rafiki (voice)

James Earl Jones ... Mufasa (voice)

Moira Kelly ... Nala (voice)

Nathan Lane ... Timon (voice)

Jason Marsden ... Kovu (voice)

Suzanne Pleshette ... Zira (voice)

Ernie Sabella ... Pumbaa (voice)

Lacey Chabert ... Young Vitani (voice)

Cam Clarke ... Simba (singing voice)

Jim Cummings ... Scar (voice)

Edward Hibbert ... Zazu (voice)

Michelle Horn ... Young Kiara (voice)

Meredith Scott Lynn ... Additional Voices (voice)
Ryan O'Donohue ... Young Kovu (voice)
Peter Renaday ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Pete Renaday)
Vanessa Theme Ament ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Vanessa De La Rocha)
Robin Frizzell ... Additional Voices (voice)

Lisa Long ... Additional Voices (voice)
Adrienne Hampton ... Additional Voices (voice)
Seth Isler ... Additional Voices (voice)
Richard Sinclair ... Additional Voices (voice)
Joel Moffett ... Additional Voices (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Liz Callaway ... Adult Kiara (singing voice) (uncredited)

Ashley Edner ... Young Kiara (lion growls) (voice) (uncredited)

Mary Gibbs ... Baby Kiara (voice) (uncredited)
Zoe Leader ... Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)

Jennifer Lien ... Adult Vitani (voice) (uncredited)
Crysta Macalush ... Young Vitani (singing voice) (uncredited)
Gene Miller ... Adult Kovu (singing) (voice) (uncredited)
Charity Sanoy ... Young Kiara (singing) (singing voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Darrell Rooney 
Rob LaDuca (co-director)
 
Writing credits
Flip Kobler (screenplay) &
Cindy Marcus (screenplay)

Jenny Wingfield  additional written material and
Linda Voorhees  additional written material and
Gregory Poirier  additional written material and
Bill Motz  additional written material &
Bob Roth  additional written material and
Mark McCorkle  additional written material &
Robert Schooley  additional writing and
Jonathan Cuba  additional written material

Irene Mecchi  characters (uncredited)
Jonathan Roberts  characters (uncredited)
Linda Woolverton  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Jeannine Roussel .... producer
 
Original Music by
Nick Glennie-Smith 
 
Film Editing by
Peter Lonsdale 
 
Casting by
Jamie Thomason 
 
Art Direction by
Fred Warter 
 
Production Management
Bruno Bottcher .... production manager
Brian Cole .... production manager
David Easter .... production manager
Melissa Kuhn .... assistant production manager
Peter Michels .... assistant production manager
Sharon Morrill Robinov .... executive in charge of production
Thomas Shalin .... production manager
Stephen Swofford .... post-production supervisor
Michelle Pniewski .... additional production manager (uncredited)
Michelle Pniewski .... assistant production manager (uncredited)
Jessica Zwaiman .... additional production manager (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Ryan Anthony .... storyboard artist
William Austin .... storyboard artist
Theresa Cullen .... storyboard artist (as Theresa Pettengill)
Holly Forsyth .... storyboard artist
Sharon Forward .... storyboard artist
Daan Jippes .... storyboard supervisor (as Daniel Jippes)
Rick Law .... illustrator
Don MacKinnon .... storyboard artist
Judie Martin .... storyboard revisions
Leonardo Pinero .... storyboard revisions
David Prince .... storyboard artist
Debra Pugh .... storyboard artist
Larry Scholl .... storyboard artist
Marty Warner .... prop designer
Marty Warner .... storyboard artist
Wendell Washer .... storyboard artist
Phil Weinstein .... storyboard artist
 
Sound Department
Vanessa Theme Ament .... foley artist
Vanessa Theme Ament .... supervising foley editor
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Suzie Hollander .... audio post
Nicholas James .... sound effects editor
Courtenay Marvin .... first assistant sound editor
Carlos Sotolongo .... adr mixer
Carlos Sotolongo .... original dialog mixer
David E. Stone .... sound
Tracey Willsie .... adr supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Claire Cook Moyes .... animation (as Cook Claire)
Mark Evans .... compositor
Karen Ferguson .... manager: digital production, Los Angeles
Kris Gardiner .... digital scanner operator
Rowena Hamlyn-Aspden .... effects animator (as Rowena Hamlyn)
Justin Imhoff .... Digital Ink and Painter
Darren Keating .... effects animator
Fernando Letteri .... compositor
Charles Luce .... compositor
Elias Macute .... compositor
Julie Phelan .... effects animator
Adam Phillips .... effects animator
Alexs Stadermann .... supervising effects animator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John Wruck .... condor operator
 
Animation Department
Sid Ahearne .... animator: "Kiara"
Amanda Allen .... animation checker
Ma Eliza S. Almeida .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Mike Amandy .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Edmund Apilado .... additional clean-up artist: "Timon", "Pumbaa" and "Zazu"
Silvio Arlenghi .... inbetween artist
Simon Ashton .... animator: "Kiara"
Gilbert Atento .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Michael Badman .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Kelly Baigent .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Jay Barrett .... digital painter (as Jay Barret)
Yosh Barry .... layout artist
Lisa Battye .... clean-up artist: "Zira", "Vitani", "Rafiki" and "Zazu"
Bob Baxter .... supervising animator: "Timon", "Pumbaa", "Zazu" and "Rafiki"
Lindo Baxter .... additional inbetween artist
Davide Benvenuti .... animator: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Pong Bernardo .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Melba Besa .... additional clean-up artist: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Milana Borkert .... additional background artist
Eli Braga .... clean-up artist: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Andrew Brooks .... animator: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Daryl Brougham .... clean-up artist: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa"
Simon Brown .... animator: "Kovu"
Rodney Brunsdon .... additional inbetween artist
Emanuel Cabrera .... inbetween artist: Toon City (as Emmanuel Cabrera)
Jeffrey Calaranan .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Deborah Cameron .... clean-up artist: "Zira", "Vitani", "Rafiki" and "Zazu"
Sammy Canton .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Linda Catchlove .... supervising character lead: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Belinda Catimbang .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Ronald Cayao .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Manuk Chang .... animator: "Kovu"
Eddie Choo .... inbetween artist
Roger Clarke .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Noel Cleary .... inbetween artist
Andrew Collins .... supervising animator: "Kovu"
Tom Collison .... inbetween artist (as Tim Collison)
Michael Comino .... supervising character lead: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa"
Kevin Compty .... clean-up artist: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa" (as Kevin Comty)
Ariel Constantino .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Litz Constantino .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Nelson Cortez .... inbetween artist: Toon City
David Costello .... inbetween artist
Kristine Cotton .... inbetween artist
Debbie Cramb .... inbetween supervisor
Annie Cruz .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Pam Damiel .... digital painter
Danilo De Asis .... key background stylist
Roehl De Guzman .... layout artist (as Joseroehl De Guzman)
Abeth De La Cruz .... layout artist (as Maribeth Delacruz)
Claire de Zoete .... additional animator
Barry Dean .... background artist
Murray Debus .... additional animator
Ramil Dela Cruz .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Ronald Dela Cruz .... additional clean-up artist: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Ronald Dela Cruz .... inbetween supervisor: Toon City
Nonilon Dela Torre .... additional clean-up artist: "Timon", "Pumbaa" and "Zazu"
Lily Dell .... animator: "Kiara"
Bernard Derriman .... animator: "Kovu"
Anna Dimezza .... inbetween artist
Zhiqiang Ding .... clean-up artist: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Barbara Dourmashkin .... animation and timing director (as Barbara Dourmashkin Case)
Dick Dunn .... animator: "Kiara"
Janey Dunn .... clean-up supervisor
Janey Dunn .... supervising character lead: "Kiara"
Amanda Earle .... inbetween supervisor
Virginia Eastman .... clean-up artist: "Zira", "Vitani", "Rafiki" and "Zazu"
Peter Eastment .... clean-up artist: "Kiara"
Danny Encabo .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Celine Esnault .... clean-up artist: "Kiara"
Sonny Esquillon .... clean-up artist: "Zira", "Vitani", "Rafiki" and "Zazu"
Jacqueline Evaldez .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Ariel Ferrari .... additional animator
Felice Ferrer-Burton .... background artist
Margaret Forbes .... digital painter
Ania Forster .... digital painter (as Ania Kornacki)
Allan Fuentes .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Enrique Gallardo .... inbetween artist
Godofredo Galuz .... inbetween artist: Toon City
David C. Gardner .... key layout designer (as David Gardner)
Serena Geddes .... inbetween artist
Warwick Gilbert .... animator: "Timon", "Pumbaa", "Zazu" and "Rafiki"
Randy Glusac .... animator: "Kovu"
Ramil Gonzaga .... additional clean-up artist: "Timon", "Pumbaa" and "Zazu"
Delia Gosman .... additional animator (as David Gosman)
Stephen Grant .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala" (as Steven Grant)
William Guittap .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Max Gunner .... clean-up artist: "Kiara"
David Harrison .... clean-up artist: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa"
Gina Harrowell .... additional clean-up artist
Ian Harrowell .... supervising animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Dan Haskett .... character designer (as Daniel Haskett)
John Hill .... layout supervisor
John Horvath .... inbetween artist (as Joh Horvath)
Michael Howie .... animator: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Caroline Hu .... character designer
Janet Huang .... inbetween artist
Lianne Hughes .... supervising animator: "Kiara"
Lisa Hughes .... digital painter
Alexander Iguban .... additional clean-up artist: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Jung Im Yu .... digital painter
Jeanette Imer .... clean-up artist: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Justin Imhoff .... digital painter
Ronaldo Inolino .... additional clean-up artist: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Elizabeth Jamsek .... digital painter
Danuta Jelenkowski .... digital painter
Anna Jukic .... clean-up artist: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa"
Richard Kelly .... additional inbetween artist
Jang Gil Kim .... animation and timing director (as Jang-Gil Kim)
Sonja Kozlowski .... digital painter
Ian Lacey .... inbetween artist
Danielle Latta .... inbetween artist
Morris Lee .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Sylvia Lee .... additional clean-up artist
Angie Legaspi .... inbetween artist: Toon City (as Angelina Legaspi)
Anthony Leondis .... additional character designer
Michael Leske .... clean-up artist: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa"
Warren Liang .... animator: "Kiara"
Jerry Liew .... background artist
Michelle Lindner .... digital painter
Pieter Lommerse .... animator: "Kovu"
Nelso Lopez .... additional clean-up artist: "Timon", "Pumbaa" and "Zazu"
Rowel Macapagong .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Conille Macarayan .... clean-up artist: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa"
Robert Mason .... inbetween artist
Paul McAdam .... animator: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Beverley McNamara .... background supervisor
Marites Mendoza .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Mamie Miao .... inbetween artist
Walter Micati .... animator: "Timon", "Pumbaa", "Zazu" and "Rafiki" (as Wal Micati)
June Micu .... key background stylist
Renato Miranda .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Mac Monks .... animator: "Kiara"
Adam Murphy .... animator: "Timon", "Pumbaa", "Zazu" and "Rafiki"
Ronel Narvaez .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Alex Nicholas .... layout supervisor
Christine O'Connor .... animation checker (as Chris O'Conner)
Ryan O'Loughlin .... animator: "Timon", "Pumbaa", "Zazu" and "Rafiki"
Kathie O'Rourke .... animator: "Kiara"
Richard Pace .... inbetween artist
Reymag Parangalan .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Suk-Hee Parkes .... clean-up artist: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala" (as Suk Hee Park)
Adam Parton .... inbetween artist
Michael Pattison .... inbetween artist
Kevin Peaty .... supervising animator: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Marvin Petilla .... inbetween artist
Nick Pill .... layout artist
Donna Prince .... key background stylist
Tony Quelch .... inbetween artist
Roger Quilatan .... additional clean-up artist: "Zira" and "Vitani"
Kristina Reay .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Rommel Reyes .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Owen Rohu .... background artist
Roberto Roldan .... additional inbetween artist
Di Rudder .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Sophia Ruo Liu .... clean-up artist: "Zira", "Vitani", "Rafiki" and "Zazu"
Simon Ryder .... inbetween artist
Nilo Santillan .... animator: "Simba", "Nuka" and "Nala"
Gie Santos .... animator: "Kiara"
Mylene Sapalo .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Alstaire Sarthou .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Alvin Sarthou .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Asher Sassis .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Connie Schimpl .... digital painter
Tom Schyvens .... inbetween artist
Peter Sgro .... background artist
Piero Sgro .... background artist
James Shah .... clean-up artist: "Kiara"
Damien Simper .... animation
David Skinner .... layout artist
Adam Smith .... inbetween artist
Kate Spencer .... additional inbetween artist
Aaron Stannard .... inbetween artist
Mike Stapleton .... animator: "Kovu"
Sean Steinmuller .... inbetween artist
Mike Sutherland .... animator: "Kiara"
Myke Sutherland .... animator: "Kiara"
Brenda Sutton .... clean-up artist: "Kiara"
Murray Swift .... digital painter
Marissa Tablante .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Lito Tamayo .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Betty Tang .... character design cleanup
Sue Tanner .... additional clean-up artist
David Temperante .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Richard Trefry .... clean-up artist: "Zira", "Vitani", "Rafiki" and "Zazu"
Steve Trenbirth .... animation director
Weylen Tseng .... layout artist
George Turnure .... digital painter
Leesa Tynan .... supervising character lead: "Zira", "Vitani", "Rafiki" and "Zazu"
Nancy Ulene .... color key stylist
Rizaldy Valencia .... animator: "Zira" and "Vitani" (as Rizaldi Valencia)
Adrian Valle .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Colette Van Mierlo .... key layout designer
Agnes De Vera .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Syril Vicentina .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Danny Wabe .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Chris Wahl .... additional inbetween artist
Tim Warren .... inbetween artist
Frank Wessing .... layout artist
Wallace Williamson .... key layout designer
Ida Wilson .... additional inbetween artist
Armand Wong .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Kevin Wotton .... animator: "Kovu"
Jie Yuan .... clean-up artist: "Kovu", "Timon" and "Pumbaa" (as Yuan Jie)
Nicole Zarubin .... clean-up artist: "Kiara"
James Zheng .... background artist
S.J. Zheng .... additional background artist
Marical Zosimo .... inbetween artist: Toon City
Kelly Bergsma .... inbetween artist (uncredited)
James O'Shea .... additional inbetween artist (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Vanessa Theme Ament .... adr group voice casting
Julie Morgavi .... casting manager
Jamie Thomason .... voice casting
David Wright .... casting
 
Editorial Department
David Dimatteo .... scanner
Barbara Gerety .... assistant film editor
Kris Gilpin .... assistant film editor
Philip Malamuth .... assistant film editor
Tony Mizgalski .... additional editor
Arthur D. Noda .... associate editor
 
Music Department
Bruce Fowler .... orchestrator
Nick Glennie-Smith .... conductor
Malcolm Luker .... scoring mixer
Laura Perlman .... music editor
Randy Petersen .... composer: song "Upendi"
Kevin Quinn .... composer: song "Upendi"
James Twomey .... music recordist
Hans Zimmer .... composer: song "He Lives in You"
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Kimberly Oliver .... music production manager (uncredited)
Louis Price .... singer (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Alicia Agate .... production accountant
Anna Azevedo .... production control (as Anna Azevedo-Fox)
Ty Bosco .... production assistant
Barbara Donatelli .... continuity coordinator
Susan Gold .... script coordinator (as Susan Gold Wyman)
Amy Green .... production assistant
Sharianne Greer .... production assistant
Marshall Hughes .... production assistant
Marc Ireland .... production accountant
Tanya Kean .... production accountant
Douglas Little .... technical director
Stephanie McCorkle .... talent coordinator
Felicity McLean .... production assistant
Chris McManus .... production assistant
Beverley McNamara .... background supervisor
Jim Moorcroft .... production accountant
Clint Morris .... assistant to writer
Gary L. Page .... technical director
Brian Sintay .... script coordinator
Renee Snelling .... production assistant
Jamie Thomason .... dialogue director
Heather McClenahan .... assistant technical director (uncredited)
 

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Also Known As:
"The Lion King II: Simba's Pride" - USA (original title)
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Runtime:
81 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.37 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
3 Channel Stereo (5.1) (L-R) | Dolby Digital (Dolby Digital 5.1) (5.1) (L-R)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
While fighting about who was supposed to watch Kiara, Pumbaa calls Timon a 'fat fat fatty', which is exactly what Matthew Broderick (Simba) called Nathan Lane (Timon) in their fight in the Broadway play 'The Producers'.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: One of the bugs on Timon's platter changes color.See more »
Quotes:
Rafiki:You follow old Rafiki! He knows the way!
Kiara:Where are you taking us?
Rafiki:To a special place in your heart called... Upendi!
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Movie Connections:
Version of Victims of Love (1942)See more »
Soundtrack:
UpendiSee more »

FAQ

Does Zira die from falling in the river?
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36 out of 52 people found the following review useful.
Not the Mightiest Lion, 17 January 2004
Author: travisimo from Pocatello, Idaho, USA

Being a big fan of the first Lion King, it would take a heck of a sequel to match my appreciation for the first flick. The Lion King II: Simba's Pride doesn't even come close in my eyes, but I don't think Disney was really shooting for that. The story is likeable enough with Simba's daughter, Kiara, growing up and trying to step out of Simba's shadow. She meets an outsider, Kovu who is some sort of descendant or handpicked successor of Simba's nemesis, Scar. Kiara and Kovu hit it off as young cubs but are told by Simba they can't see each other when Simba learns of Kovu's background. In a way it's kind of refreshing to see a flaw in our hero, Simba, as he holds a grudge against Kovu for something Kovu had absolutely no control over. Then again, I wondered where exactly these outside lions came from, as I don't recall seeing a glimpse of them at all in the first LK.

Anyway, Kovu and Kiara grow up and fall in love and that stuff, but Kovu has been taught to hate Simba and the other Prideland lions. I'll stop there, but you get the sense of what the story is like. It's not groundbreaking material, but it's nice enough to keep you and/or the little ones interested. There are some flaws in LK2 that I just couldn't get over. The animation is obviously nowhere near that of the original as it was made from a much smaller budget. That's okay and all, as the story usually trumps visuals, but some effects like the fire scene were pretty bad. The fire just stood out like a sore thumb. I've seen better effects on David Letterman skits!

My next problem with the movie is the voice work. Most of it is done well by the original cast (Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella), but Rowan Atkinson is missed as the neurotic bird, Zazu. I also didn't like the actor who voiced Kovu, Jason Marsden. I don't dislike Jason Marsden personally, but he has done characters in the past that have just annoyed the crap out of me. I actually remember him as Eddie Munster in The Munsters Today. In the new version, Eddie becomes some sort of punk who rebels against his family. That's not the Eddie Munster I knew as a child. Furthermore, he also voiced Goofy's grownup son, Max, in The Goofy Movie. I liked Max when he was a kid in the TV series, Goof Troop, but as an adolescent, Max was just a whiny, selfish brat. So whenever I hear Jason Marsden's voice, I just get annoyed. It's my own issues, I know.

Now for my last complaint, which is usually the same for any Disney sequel, the music is just not up to par with the original. Elton John and Tim Rice were desperately missed in this movie. Although I will say there was one song that was fairly good, Love Will Find a Way. It's a nice ballad that really can fit in with any Disney feature. It also sounded familiar to me, like maybe I've heard it on the radio. That is just something uncommon with Disney sequels.

I know I've complained a lot, which is sort of hard for me to do, because I love The Lion King and Disney, but LK2 just isn't my type of flick. I'm very glad to see other reviewers enjoy it though. To each their own, I say!

My IMDb Rating: 5/10. My Yahoo! Grade: C+ (Flawed but Worthy)

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