The Elephant Princess (2008–2011)
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After being dumped by Marcus and her band, Alex travels to Manjipoor to finally accept her role as princess. But her trip reveals a secret that will change her world forever.

Director:

Grant Brown

Writers:

Chris Roache, Jonathan M. Shiff (creator)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Emily Robins ... Alex Wilson
Miles Szanto ... Kuru
Siam Siam ... Anala
Maddy Tyers ... Amanda Tucci
Sebastian Gregory ... JB Deekes
Damien Bodie ... Vashan
Emilia Burns ... Diva (as Emelia Burns)
Liam Hemsworth ... Marcus
Eva Lazzaro ... Zoe
Sue Jones Sue Jones ... Isha
Rodney Afif ... Sudesh
Danielle Carter ... Ms Clemment
Cleopatra Coleman ... Cosma
Alyce Platt ... Anita
Grant Piro ... Jim Wilson
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Storyline

Alex is too sad about Marcus having dumped her and effectively split up the band Smash to do her school - or domestic work. Even ever-respectful Kuru can't deny she lacks commitment, especially as the princess. She now declares herself ready to accept the throne. Vashan insists on Manjipoor's tradition she must first be thought the strict, elaborate court protocol by an (the only other) royal: him and his servant Diva. They make clear the unpleasant sides for her and commoners, even Kuru may never see her again. Then they discover she was conceived after the king's murder. Omar admits to be her father, but she flees back to the Wilsons. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 April 2009 (Australia) See more »

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