It's been 5 years since socialite Ursula Stanhope left civilization to marry George, lovable and clumsy King of the Jungle. Now father to George Junior, George finds himself stressed at having to juggle his cherished roles of jungle king, Junior's dad, and Ursula's loving husband. George's stress level goes way up when Really Mean Lion challenges him for leadership of the jungle, and Ursula's mother Beatrice teams up with Ursula's ex-fiance Lyle in a plot to forcibly take away all that George holds most dear.Written by
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 »
Feeling dazed and confused, or more dazed and confused than normal, George sought professional help.
Aah... Tookie Tookie!
[talking in unintelligible Tookie language and Tookie bangs head against pole]
Aak aak eek eek Tookie Tookie!
George know Tookie trying, but need talk to brother Ape. Maybe Tookie fly to get brother ape?
[pulls postcard from loincloth]
Aak aak eek eek Tookie Tookie?
Then George just talk more.
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Fake bloopers are shown during the end credits. See more »
Could have been funny, but our family was turned off by the bathroom humor of this supposedly "G" movie. It wasn't enough to have people kicked in the genitals or be urinated on. No, one of the scenes includes birds defecating on the animals and a treaty to fix it. One of the fight scenes includes throwing wet animal feces and using fiery flatulence as a flamethrower. This movie is not appropriate for children under age of 13.
Disney seems to have departed from the old slapstick humor guidelines of getting hit with something wet/messy that is not gross. The same plot and fight could have been done with rotting fruit and not changed the overall theme of the movie
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