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The Road to Macadamia 

Baloo and Louie crash-land outside the walled gates of Macadamia where they are cheated out of cash and cargo by the local Richelieu, Chancellor Trample. This means war!

Director:

Larry Latham

Writer:

Len Uhley
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Ed Gilbert Ed Gilbert ... Baloo (voice)
R.J. Williams R.J. Williams ... Kit Cloudkicker (voice) (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jim Cummings ... Louie (voice)
Howard Morris ... King Amok (voice)
Michael Rye Michael Rye ... Chancellor Trample (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Princess Lotta Lamour (voice)
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Baloo and Louie crash-land outside the walled gates of Macadamia where they are cheated out of cash and cargo by the local Richelieu, Chancellor Trample. This means war!

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21 February 1991 (USA) See more »

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Baloo: Well, Here we are at last; On the Road to Macadamia.
Louie: Huh, That sounds suspciously like a song cue to me.
Baloo: Is that a request?
Louie: No, I was warnin' the camels so they could cover their ears!
[Camel brays]
Louie: See, your reputation precedes you.
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The Best Episode
10 November 2015 | by zsofikamSee all my reviews

That's saying allot since I'm a big fan of this show. But The Road To Macadamia is most definitely the greatest episode. The reason for this can be summed up in two words: Chancellor Trample. Chancellor Trample is completely psychotic yet keeps it under a veneer of tranquility. He possesses a devious voice (courtesy of the great Hugh Weaving) and everything about him just screams "power." There's also King Amok the bunny and Lotta Lamour the literal fox. Baloo and Louie are their usual funny selves and Amok also adds comedy. Lotta Lamour is your typical rebellious princess (think of Ariel or Jasmine). But as I said, Trample is the highlight. I especially love the scene with Trample in front of the fire, looking almost like Frollo from Hunchback of Notre Dame. All in all, my personal favourite episode of an overall great show. I only wish Trample was in more episodes, but I guess that's what fanfiction is for.


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