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Marco Polo: Return to Xanadu (2001)

An adventure story about a young Marco whose ancestor was the descendant of the famous historical Marco Polo, takes an exciting journey to the mythical kingdom of Xanadu. He must travel ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Paul Ainsley ... Wong Wei (voice)
... Pangu (voice)
... Young Marco (voice)
John C. Hyke ... Malgor the Vulture (voice)
... Kubla Khan (voice)
Robert Kramer ... Helmsman (voice)
John Matthew ... The Delicate Dinosaur / Marco Polo (voice)
... Princess Ming Yu (voice) (as Elea Bartling)
... Space Station Captain (voice)
... Babu / Foo-Ling / Reginald the Seagull (voice)
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An adventure story about a young Marco whose ancestor was the descendant of the famous historical Marco Polo, takes an exciting journey to the mythical kingdom of Xanadu. He must travel back to the land of the Kubla Khan to save it from an evil villain who is a magician, known as Foo-Ling who does not want Marco to reach Xanadu. The help of his friends and the great powers of the medallion enable Marco to chase after Foo-Ling through space and time, and one day, bring him back to justice. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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22 December 2001 (USA)  »

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Marco Polo - Regresso a Xanadu  »

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This film is a partial remake/re-edit of the Australian animated feature Marco Polo Jr. (1972); footage from the original film was combined with new animation to create the final result. See more »

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22 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

Seriously... what the hell was this? I have this movie from a magazine's DVD, and I wasn't really emotionally ready for 6 years to watch it, but now, by a sudden idea, I sat down and did put it in. It was a huge mistake...

... first of all, I don't really understand why did they drop Marco Polo, the legendary sailman into this story. The whole thing has NOTHING to do with his journeys, and there is actually no link between any fables about Polo's life. Okay, I see, they'd like to do something original, but how is that when the movie is just a re-cut of an other cartoon from the early '70's? I don't know....

After I've put myself through the bad story and voice acting (okay, the second might be the problem of the Hungarian dub, but I'm not sure), I had to realise, how ugly are the drawings are. There were some good parts, but those were from the original cartoon, so the new stuff was complete garbidge. And the script... is just bad. VERY bad! I could continue it all day, but I won't. It makes no sense. This is a bad cartoon, and if you have a soul, you're not gonna let your children watch this sh*t.

Chocho 2/10 (the songs are fine)


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