The Little Polar Bear 2: The Mysterious Island (2005)
"Der kleine Eisbär 2 - Die geheimnisvolle Insel" (original title)

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An epic story of survival and the power of true friendship, set against an Arctic backdrop.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Maximilian Artajo ...
Lars (voice)
Céline Vogt ...
Greta (voice)
Leander Wolf ...
Robby (voice)
Iguanita / Frieda (voice)
Dirk Bach ...
Caruso (voice)
Joy Gruttmann ...
Maria (voice) (as Joy)
Atze Schröder ...
Kalle (voice)
Oliver Kalkofe ...
Palle (voice)
Bastian Pastewka ...
Nalle (voice)
Ralf Schmitz ...
Pepe (voice)
Mirco Nontschew ...
Booby (voice)
Eva Mattes ...
Darwina (voice)
Adak Azdasht ...
Lena (voice)
Lisa Mitsching ...
Pieps (voice)
Ingolf Lück ...
Mika (voice)


An epic story of survival and the power of true friendship, set against an Arctic backdrop.

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The sequel to the 2001 BOX OFFICE HIT See more »


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Release Date:

29 September 2005 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$1,261,510 (Germany) (30 September 2005)


$1,261,510 (Germany) (30 September 2005)

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Did You Know?


When Lena and Pieps dig through the snow and bump into the directional sign, several countries are listed, including how long it takes to get to that country from its standing point. One of them reads "Cartoon Film", which refers to Rothkirch Cartoon Film, the main production company behind this film. See more »


When Robby meets Igunanita, after they walk out of the cave, there is nothing in front of Robby when he stops. In the next shot, there is a rock in front of him. See more »


Follows Der kleine Eisbär (1992) See more »

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Quite charming
23 February 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I really liked the first Little Polar Bear movie. It was funny, and a cute and charming tale of friendship and acceptance. I wasn't expecting this sequel to be good, but actually it was quite charming and nice.

It is too short though and the film could have been paced a little better in the middle. Also while Caruso is funny sometimes, there are times when his presence is either not needed or it juxtaposes too much with the tone of the scene.

However, it is very nicely animated with lovely antarctic landscapes and good character designs. The script is funny and charming, the story is suspenseful and well written, the characters are likable and the voice acting is well done. My favourite asset was the soundtrack, it was wonderful and fitted with each scene beautifully.

Overall, I was expecting it to be bad but it was actually quite good and charming. 7/10 Bethany Cox

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