Kong: King of Atlantis (2005)
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Plot[edit | edit source]
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Staff[edit | edit source]
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- Directed by Patrick Archibald
- Written by Sean Catherine Derek
- Executive producing by Allen Bohbot
- Music by Allen Bohbot
Cast[edit | edit source]
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- Kirby Morrow as Jason Jenkins (voice)
- Scott McNeil as Eric Tannenbaum IV / Kong / Minion
- Saffron Henderson as Lua (voice)
- Daphne Goldrick as Queen Reptilla (voice)
- Paul Dobson as Sycophis / Rebel Leader (voice)
- Pauline Newstone as Zela (voice)
- Jerome O'Donohoe as Additional Voices
- Simon Smyth as Additional Voices
- Zeppo Patmore as Additional Voices
- Naomi Dara Storm Freedman as Additional Voices
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Characters and Monsters[edit | edit source]
- King Kong
- Jason Jenkins
- Eric Tannenbaum IV
- Queen Reptilla
- Lord Sycophis
- Baby Cave Bear
- Mother Cave Bear
- Living Tar
- Royal Fireflies
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Kong: King of Atlantis/Gallery.
Alternate titles[edit | edit source]
- King Kong (Brazil)
- Kong - The King of Atlantis (Kong - O Rei de Atlantis; Brazil)
Video releases[edit | edit source]
Warner Home Video (2005)
- Region: 1
- Discs: 1
- Audio: English, Spanish, French
- Special features: None
- Notes: Includes Spanish and French subtitles. Out of print.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This film was produced to capitalize on Peter Jackson's King Kong, and was released on DVD a month before that film's theatrical debut.
- This film is a continuation of BKN's Kong: The Animated Series, which had been cancelled back in 2001. Another tie-in film for the series, Kong: Return to the Jungle, was released in 2006.
- A video game based on this film was later released by Majesco Games.
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