The story of Jesus' birth and the journey of the 3 wise men who brought him gifts.


Antonio Navarro
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jose Coronado ... Gaspar (voice) (as José Coronado)
Juan Echanove ... Melchor (voice)
Imanol Arias ... Baltasar (voice)
Javier Gurruchaga ... Herodes (voice)
Iñaki Gabilondo ... Baruch (voice)
José Sancho ... Alfredo (voice)
David Robles David Robles ... Tobias (voice)
Mar Bordallo Mar Bordallo ... Sara (voice)
José Luis Angulo José Luis Angulo ... Belial (voice)
Pedro Tena Pedro Tena ... Jefe Bandidos (voice)
Ricardo Gómez ... Jimmy (voice)
Jon Arias Jon Arias ... (voice)
José Luis Gil José Luis Gil ... Angel de Fuego (voice)
Mercedes Cepeda Mercedes Cepeda ... La Estrella (voice)
Raúl Alcañiz Raúl Alcañiz ... Voces Adicionales (voice)


The 3 Wise Men (Los Reyes Magos) is the biblical story of the birth of Jesus Christ and the journey of the 3 Wise Men who brought him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. The story also delves into King Herod's wrath and attempted sabotage; as he was jealous that Jesus was called the child king of Bethlehem, and therefore wanted to have him killed. Written by Hollywood Yoda

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nativity | trois | mages | rois | See All (4) »


Animation | Family


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With the aim of targeting the larger and more profitable English-speaking audiences, the voices for The 3 Wise Men were originally recorded in English - twice, in fact, after a change in direction led to a major rewrite of the script - and only after animation was it dubbed into Spanish for the theatrical release in Spain. For the Disney/Walmart release in the USA, however, much of the film was revoiced in California with more American accents and some better-known actors. See more »


Sara: Tyrant! Doesn't anyone have the guts to stick up to him?
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Alternate Versions

The original version of The 3 Wise Men was in English and recorded at Telson studios in Madrid, Spain, under voice director Stephen Hughes, who also adapted the Spanish script into English and played the part of Belial. After animation it was dubbed into Spanish. This original English soundtrack was included in the limited 2004 video release in Spain. See more »


Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #36.14 (2006) See more »

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very poor movie
6 September 2015 | by micha-114-319623See all my reviews

I watched this movie together with my children, because I like to watch a biblical story. My children are able to apprehend some new stories from the bible. Well, 95% of this movie has nothing to do with any biblical story. Instead it's a bad made cartoon about magic, the all seeing eye and the pyramid. The message is: the power you need is in you.

But to say something positive, they are spelling the names of the biblical kings as well as the gifts of the kings correctly and they are on a journey to bring gifts to the king of kings, Jesus. To proof that the power you need is all in you, they also refer two times to the story of David and Goliath.

Thumbs down!

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Release Date:

19 December 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

3 viisasta miestä See more »


Box Office


EUR7,000,000 (estimated)

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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