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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Christopher Showerman ... George

Julie Benz ... Ursula

Angus T. Jones ... George Jr

Thomas Haden Church ... Lyle Van de Groot

Christina Pickles ... Beatrice Stanhope

John Cleese ... Ape (voice)

Michael Clarke Duncan ... Mean Lion (voice)

John Kassir ... Voice of Rocky / Armando

Kevin Greutert ... Tookie (voice)

Keith Scott ... Narrator (voice)

Kelly Miller ... Betsy
Kirstie Hutton ... Tiffany
Chelsea Gibb ... Courtney
Richard Mueck ... Ape (as Richard J. Mueck)

Erika Heynatz ... Kowalski

Marjean Holden ... Sally
Lydell M. Cheshier ... Bateke

Abdoulaye NGom ... Kip (as Abdoulaye N'Gom)

Lamont Thompson ... N'Dugu
Kerry Casey ... Grouchy Gorilla

Marco Sinigaglia ... Dopey Gorilla
Shaun Mackay ... Happy Gorilla

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Grouchy Ape / Chimp (voice) (as Kevin Richardson)

Tress MacNeille ... Tiger (voice)

Dee Bradley Baker ... Water Buffalo / Little Monkey (voice) (as Dee Baker)
Dean Vegas ... Elvis Impersonator
Paul Wayne ... Kenny Rogers Impersonator
Daniel Seeto ... Ancient Asian Man

Peta Sergeant ... Attractive Woman
Jeff McTaggart ... Helicopter Pilot
Samuel Heyburn ... Helicopter Cop
Tony Bellette ... Tourist Man
Gavin Coleman ... Beehive Dozer Driver
Bryon Williams ... Doctor Kerner
Jai Taylor ... Charlie
Joey Nickles ... Man at Craps Table
Peter Moore ... Waiter
Rick Attard ... Removalist
Keith S. Bullock ... Security Guard (s) (as Keith Bullock)
Simon Burvill-Holmes ... Security Guard (s)

Chris Cruickshanks ... Little Person Under Table
Joan Hatton ... Granny
Lee James ... Man Near Pool
Eric Thill ... Distardly Disciple (as Erich J. Thill)
Amy Pursehouse ... Flight Attendant

Jordan Kerner ... Airline Passenger

Audrey Wells ... Airline Passenger
David Hoberman ... Airline Passenger
Scooper ... Tookie
Louis Smith ... Guard
Michael Moore ... Guard

Nicole Payten-Betts ... Ape Singer (as Nicole Payten-Just)
Rachel Kayrooz ... Ape Singer
Belinda Rose ... Ape Singer
William Deer ... Oompah Band Member
Gary Lawrence ... Oompah Band Member (as Garry Lawrence)
John Tucker ... Oompah Band Member
Primo Pin ... Oompah Band Member
Leanne Ludwig ... Oompah Band Member
Sandy Attwater ... Oompah Band Member
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeff Scott Soto ... Vocals - theme song
Paul Mitton ... Removalist (uncredited)

Directed by
David Grossman 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jordan Moffet  screenplay
Bill Scott  television series
Jay Ward  television series

Produced by
Daniel J. Heffner .... co-producer (as Daniel Jason Heffner)
Gregg Hoffman .... producer
Jordan Kerner .... producer
Original Music by
J.A.C. Redford 
Cinematography by
David Burr 
Film Editing by
Alan Cody 
Casting by
Amy Lippens 
Ann Robinson 
Production Design by
Stewart Burnside 
Art Direction by
Daryl Porter 
Set Decoration by
Mandy Willaton 
Costume Design by
Jean Turnbull 
Makeup Department
Lea Dixon .... hair stylist: George
Lea Dixon .... makeup artist: George
Rick Findlater .... makeup designer
Antony McMullen .... additional makeup artist
Lisa Sheehan .... makeup artist (as Lisa Watson)
Production Management
Gina Black .... unit production manager
Maggie Evans .... post-production supervisor
Jamie Whitfield .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Darren Mallett .... first assistant director
Charles Mann .... third assistant director
Peter McLennan .... second second assistant director
Ian 'Thistle' Thorburn .... second unit director
Art Department
Daniel Birt .... senior set dresser
Daniel Cairns .... greensman
Graeme Callander .... storyboard artist
Laura Elkington .... stand-by props: second unit
John Higgins .... art department coordinator
Suza Maybury .... property mistress
Sound Department
Chris Boyett .... adr editor
Chris Boyett .... dialogue editor
Julius Chan .... supervising sound editor
Nigel Christensen .... sound effects editor
Liam Egan .... supervising sound editor
Les Fiddess .... foley artist
Mike Jones .... foley recordist
Phil Judd .... sound re-recording mixer
Sean Keegan .... foley engineer
Paul Korber .... assistant sound editor
Howard London .... adr mixer
Doug Madick .... foley artist
Alicia Slusarski .... sound effects editor
Angie Stanghetti .... adr mixer
Jenny T. Ward .... supervising dialogue editor
William Ward .... assistant sound editor
Special Effects by
James Colmer .... special effects technician
Steve Courtney .... special effects supervisor
John Cox .... animatronics supervisor
Tobias Jahke .... mold maker
James Paul .... animatronic technician
Kym Sainsbury .... prosthetics/creatures
Gary Supánova .... special effects (as Gary Fry)
Visual Effects by
Ian B. Anderson .... animation director: title design
Kate Auld .... digital compositor
Michael Bain .... 3D digital artist: PHOTON
Richard A. Barker .... visual effects producer: Cutting Edge Pty Ltd
Jason Billington .... digital compositor
Marten Blumen .... digital compositor
Roger Bolton .... digital compositor
Melany Bourgouin .... visual effects coordinator: Beeps
Sam Cole .... digital compositor
Ian Cope .... visual effects coordinator: Rising Sun Pictures
Byron Court .... digital compositor
Daniel James Cox .... senior matte artist
Daniel James Cox .... titles designer
Daniel James Cox .... visual effects art director
Steve Cronin .... digital compositor
Mark Doney .... lead compositor: Cutting Edge Post
Simon Dye .... digital compositor
William Gammon .... digital compositor
Mark Gee .... 3D supervisor: Photon VFX
Kyle Goodsell .... digital compositor
Malcolm Humphreys .... lead character technical director
Elie Jamaa .... CGI supervisor
Bryan Jones .... compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
Rebecca Kenny .... visual effects coordinator
Bill Kent .... visual effects supervisor
Muqeem Khan .... visual effects artist
Dan Kripac .... lead character technical director: Rising Sun Pictures
Allan McKay .... technical director
David Peers .... visual effects supervisor: Cutting Edge VFX
Benoit Pelchat .... digital matte artist
Jeremy Pronk .... lighting technical director: Rising Sun Pictures
Kurtis Richmond .... matte artist
Kurtis Richmond .... title designer
Kurtis Richmond .... titles designer
Ben Roberts .... digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
Jörg Schulz-Gerchow .... digital compositor
Evan Shipard .... lead digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures
Matt Sloan .... visual effects assistant supervisor
Murray Smallwood .... digital compositor
Cameron Smith .... digital compositor: Cutting Edge VFX
Fredrik Sundqvist .... creature td: The Beebs
Jan Toensmann .... digital compositor
Edward Trost .... visual effects producer: Photon VFX
Georgie Uppington .... visual effects coordinator
Randy Vellacott .... compositor
Tamara Watts Kent .... visual effects producer
Derek Wentworth .... visual effects supervisor: Beeps Pty Ltd
James Whitlam .... visual effects producer: Rising Sun Pictures
Malcolm Wright .... digital effects artist
Ben De Luca .... senior systems administrator (uncredited)
Chris Long .... research & development (uncredited)
Shea Adams .... stunt performer
Cameron Ambridge .... stunts
Ric Anderson .... stunt coordinator
Renee Bowen .... stunt performer
Bradd Buckley .... stunts (as Brad Buckley)
Haydn Dalton .... stunt performer
Sebastian Foxx .... stunt rigger
Kyle Gardiner .... stunt double: George
Angela Moore .... stunt double
Paul Phillips .... assistant stunt coordinator
Gary Supánova .... stunts (as Gary Fry)
Sheree Swords .... stunt double
Annette Van Moorsel .... stunt double
Darrell Walshe .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Colin Bishop .... grip
Simon Cardwell .... still photographer
Jasmine Yuen Carrucan .... additional focus puller
Simon Currie .... video assist operator
Dylan Goss .... director of photography: Las Vegas
Billy Harmer .... additional grip
Ben King .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Luke Nixon .... first assistant camera
Max Pomerleau .... gaffer: second unit
Graham Rutherford .... gaffer
Ricky Schamburg .... assistant camera
Paul Sullivan .... Steadicam operator
Ian 'Thistle' Thorburn .... director of photography: second unit
Sammy Vassilev .... assistant camera (as Sammy Popov)
Animation Department
Andy Finlayson .... animator (title sequence)
Ben Folkman .... animator: Beeps
Charles Le Guen .... animator
Alex Weight .... senior animator
Casting Department
Alisa Kasmer .... casting assistant
Jennifer Ricchiazzi .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Samantha Edwards van Gyen .... extras costume stand-by
Amanda Enders .... costume stand-by
Barbara Pinn .... costume assistant
Roberta Shaw .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Matt Bennett .... editor: opening titles
Trish Cahill .... telecine colorist
Kevin Greutert .... associate editor
John Homesley .... apprentice editor
Elly Nichols .... post-production coordinator
Roger Paul .... apprentice editor
Music Department
Laura Bishop .... music preparation
Nicole Brady .... music preparation
Stu Goldberg .... composer: additional music score
Coralie Hartl .... orchestra contractor
Phillip Hartl .... concert master
Allan K. Rosen .... music editor
Tim Ryan .... music editor
Jeanette Surga .... music editor
Gary K. Thomas .... orchestrator
Other crew
Thomas Bianco .... production accountant
Megan Clarke .... production assistant
Tony Clarke .... location manager
Pam Collis .... assistant production coordinator
Jennifer Des Champs .... production coordinator
Nicki Ellis .... second unit coordinator
Cindy Gollagher .... assistant production coordinator
Cynthia Hiley .... assistant to producers
Carolina Häggström .... script supervisor
Duncan Jones .... assistant location manager
Andrew Lindley .... payroll accountant
Angela Miller .... production assistant
Joanna Nostdal .... production coordinator
Tom Schaus .... helicopter pilot
Fiona Wallis .... animal coordinator
K.L. Connie Wang .... clearance administrator (as Connie Wang)
Lana Williams .... safety supervisor
Stuart Monksfield .... technical support (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Jungle George 2" - Japan (English title)
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Rated PG for crude humor and innuendo
87 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

The reaction given by thomas church during the dinner scene when george claims that "this is ursula's favorite song" is his actual expression of him finding out he is a sequelSee more »
Errors in geography: George's pet elephant, Shep, is an Asian Elephant not an African elephant even though the movie is based in Africa. You can tell by the size of the ears.See more »
Narrator:So, with his devoted son and dormant wife, George headed back to his homeland. After getting a tip from Brendan Fraser, who was cramped during the first picture, this time he made sure to get a bigger crate.
George Jr:Dad? I'm afraid. What're we gonna do about mom?
George:[sighs] George not know. But Ursula not recognize George even before George level her. What Ape think?
Ape:Either we should check the crate for pods, or she's in some sort of hypnotic trance. She doesn't know who you are.
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Movie Connections:
References "The Monkees" (1966)See more »


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9 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
It could have been a decent sequel... but..., 25 July 2006
Author: Bob Greenwade (bobgreenwade) from Oregon, United States

There are just so many things wrong with this movie.

To begin with, the first twenty minutes of the film could have been compressed into just five or maybe ten. The overall movie is (mercifully) short already, but this could have been made up for by giving a little more attention to the Mean Lion (how did the miss a reference to "The Wiz" on that one?) and working his subplot a little more closely into the main plot. In short, the script had the seed of a good idea, but needed quite a bit of reworking.

Second, it could have done without the crude humor. The original also had some that it could have done without, but at least there it was almost an afterthought -- here, flatulence and urination abound.

Third, the show is a little too self-aware. The original series had that well enough, as did the first movie, but here it's just way, way too much. The Brendan Fraser in-jokes were just a bit over the top (and why no mention of the "new Ursula"?). Other gags with the Narrator, especially a couple of interactions near the end, also exceed good sense.

Fourth, a bit more attention could have been given to the CGI work. In the first it was hard to tell that Shemp wasn't a real elephant (except by behavior, of course), but here the CGI stands out like a sore thumb. Ideally special effects should merely tell the story whether they're good or bad, and they at least do succeed on that count, so it's a relatively small problem, but it's still there.

All that said, Christopher Showerman's performance as George is decent enough. It lacks Brendan Fraser's charm, but Christopher only really fails in that specific comparison -- he even managed to give George a bit of personal depth, which should have been a major foul in a Jay Ward-inspired movie but wasn't here. Julie Benz as the new Ursula surprised me as being even better than Leslie Mann in the original.

Most other performances were pretty standard, not standing out in my mind as either good or bad.

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