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The Prodigy (2009)

PG | | Animation | 7 July 2009 (USA)
An animated action comedy that follows the quest of a young panda girl named KG, the Kung-Fu Girl. With the help of her brave yet zany Master Panda, KG must rescue the handsome Prince Po ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Robby Daniels ...
Master Panda
Ray Hanna ...
The Dragon King
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Prince Po Kwan
Joy Michele ...
Princess Mei
Patrick Pumpuang ...
Lee
Rhiann Woodyard ...
KG
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An animated action comedy that follows the quest of a young panda girl named KG, the Kung-Fu Girl. With the help of her brave yet zany Master Panda, KG must rescue the handsome Prince Po and restore justice to her beautiful kingdom. During her adventure, KG learns that there is no limit to what she can accomplish, if she believes in herself. Written by Prevalent Entertainment, Inc. / revised IAmBroom

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One Girl. Against The Cruel World. See more »

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Animation

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7 July 2009 (USA)  »

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Way of the Panda  »

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$389,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Released to capitalize on Kung Fu Panda (2008). See more »

Goofs

Near the beginning of the movie, at Joy-Joy tavern, you can still hear hear KG's flute playing, although she is clearly not playing it, but dancing with it in her hand. See more »

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If your child asks you to buy this in Poundland, don't.
14 March 2014 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

The title, which you see above you, is intended as a warning to exactly what happened when my little sister asked to get this in Poundland. Join the "animators and artists of Shrek" as you journey through ancient China, represented in glorious mid-90s video game graphics. Meet a bunch of characters who you'll grow to know and want to strangle, voiced by people whom I imagine were paid less than £5 for their respective parts, and I doubt it will ever be enough for them to be able to live with what they've done. They will embark on an epic quest to stop some irritating person from doing something or another. You won't care by the time this film ends. Your mind will only be concerned with snapping the disc. The bottom line is: don't buy this, unless you plan to use it as an instrument of torture.


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