The Lion King 1½ Theatrical Trailer (2004)

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Theatrical trailer for The Lion King 1½.

In this comedy-adventure, Timon and Pumbaa reveal where they came from, where they met and how they helped Simba save the Serengeti. Their story includes glimpses into some big events from The Lion King that look a little different from Timon and Pumbaa's perspective - such as when King Mufasa introduced baby Simba to the animal kingdom. Let's just say there was something behind that dramatic moment when all the animals bowed to their new ruler! Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Ernie Sabella and the original voice cast return for this hysterical musical tale - and meet colorful new characters like Timon's Ma (Julie Kavaer) and Uncle Max (Jerry Stiller)! With all your favorite characters, the music you love and more, get ready for some king-sized fun with Timon and Pumbaa!

The Lion King 1½ Theatrical Trailer (2004)

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Duration
1 min 37 sec

Views
129

Posted On
August 15, 2017
Director
Bradley Raymond

Writer
Tom Rogers

Studio
Walt Disney Pictures

Release
February 10, 2004
Cast
Nathan Lane
Ernie Sabella
Julie Kavner
Jerry Stiller
Matthew Broderick
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