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The first wedding anniversary of Princess Odette and Prince Derek is distracted by field fires set by Knuckles. His master Clavius, wants to conquer the world, and he needs to capture a giant orb to do that. Clavius kidnaps Queen Uberta and Odette with Derek have to save her. Written by
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[walking into Uberta's cell, which Knuckles is redecorating]
What is this?
If I'm going to spend my birthday here, everything must be perfect!
Oh you're driving me nuts with this birthday thing!
[he pulls Knuckles away]
Let go of my servant!
[she grabs Knuckles and they fight over him]
Your servant? I taught him everything he knows! And furthermore, this ain't your castle Lady! Let go!
Lady? Your Highness is the proper way for one of your class to address one of mine!
Ow! Not so hard!
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This sequel is in some ways better than the original...
1st watched 7/31/2001-6 out of 10(Dir-Richard Rich): This sequel is in some ways better than the original because of it's simplicity. Rich took the characters from the original and placed them in a newer setting and different story with success. Yes, it is missing the star quality in the voices which is more noticeable with the Turtle(formerly Stephen Wright) than any other character, but there is a newness and freshness to this production that doesn't have the stinch of Disney imitation that was prevalent almost throughout in the original. There are only a few new songs, some are okay, others aren't very good, but even with this I didn't get the feeling that Rich felt like he had to overdo it. It seems like he was okay with letting the characters play out the story without crowding the production with overkill. Although I wasn't really looking forward to this sequel, I now hope to see the third entry to see the direction it goes.
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