The lion King 1

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    Question The lion King 1


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    hey ryan,can you tell me am i the only disney fan who didnt know about lion king 1 1/5, or is it called something different over here in england cause i know that lion knig 3 is coming out is that the same one?
    please help its stressing me ahhhhh!
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    j hawkins gal said:hey ryan,can you tell me am i the only disney fan who didnt know about lion king 1 1/5, or is it called something different over here in england cause i know that lion knig 3 is coming out is that the same one?
    please help its stressing me ahhhhh!
    luv jim hawkins gal xxxx
    Yea I believe it is called the lion king 3 everywhere but in the states!

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    I plan to rent it soon or buy it. One or the other
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    well thats kinds weird why would they call it 1 and a half over there and 3 over here? can anyone explain?
    but at the same time i kinda relieved that its the same film cause i'd be really annoyed if there was 1 called 1 and a half but i couldnt see it! - does that make sense??
    anyway thanx ry
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    I bought it and watched it with my daughter, she laughed the whole way through the movie. It is a really cute moive.
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    We picked up our 1 year old grandson tonight for the weekend and are sitting here watching Lion King special edition right now. Am planning on gettin Lion King1 1/2 this weekend so we can watch that before we have to take him back home.
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    Awwwww... That's cute! Hopefully my bro will want to see this this weekend. Then the rule is if he likes it (and I like it) enough, I'll buy it for him.
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    Does it have the same voice talent? i.e. Nathan Lane, etc.?
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    I don't plan to buy it. I've read some very positive things about it, but buying it would mean supporting Disney sequels and that's something I certainly don't want to do.
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    Yes it does have the same voice talents in it. Nathan Lane Whoopi Goldberg etc.
    Shelly

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    Great! They did a fantastic job. It wouldn't be the same without them!
    Em Eye See, Kay EE Why,
    Em Oh You ES EE!!!


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    One of the Funniest animated movies

    This could possibly be one of the funniest animated movies out there. For the person who said they don't want to buy it because it is a Disney sequal should seriously reconsider. The animation is just about the same quality, the music is wonderful, the story is great, and the jokes are hilarious. One easy way to describe it is that it is like an animated George of the Jungle. Everyone should buy it. I have no idea what Jobs was talking about it when he called it horrible. See for yourself what a true sequal should be!
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    Sounds like a rare winner from the Disney "Sequels "R" Us" department..... major score getting the original voice talent back... I'll grab it this weekend...
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    Ya, some of it's pretty funny. I'm just not looking forward to Mulan II.... Give me a break! I had said before it would make a great sequal, but they have almost non of the original voice talents back!
    I Narnia!

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