Kong: King of Atlantis

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Animated King Kong Films
The Mighty Kong
Kong: King of Atlantis
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Kong: King of Atlantis
Directed by Patrick Archibald
Produced by Allen Bohbot
Written by Sean Catherine Derek
Music by Allen Bohbot
Distributor Warner Home Video
Rating Unrated
Running Time 68 minutes
(1 hour, 8 minutes)
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Kong: King of Atlantis is a 2005 animated kaiju film produced by BKN International, and a tie-in to Kong: The Animated Series. It was released to DVD on November 22, 2005.

Plot

TBA

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Patrick Archibald
  • Written by   Sean Catherine Derek
  • Executive Producing by   Allen Bohbot
  • Music by   Allen Bohbot

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • 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

Characters and Monsters

Gallery

Main article: Kong: King of Atlantis/Gallery.

Alternate Titles

  • King Kong (Brazil)
  • Kong - The King of Atlantis (Kong - O Rei de Atlantis; Brazil)

Video Releases

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

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