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  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Drama | Family | Musical
  • Release Date: 7 October 1994 (UK)
  • Runtime: 89 min
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  • IMDb page: The Lion King (1994) Film Free HD
  • Rate: 8.4/10 total 376,584 votes 
  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Drama | Family | Musical
  • Release Date: 7 October 1994 (UK)
  • Runtime: 89 min
  • Budget: $45,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $422,783,777 (USA) (13 January 2012)
  • Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
  • Stars: Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons, James Earl Jones | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Hans Zimmer   
  • Soundtrack: Be Prepared
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Scar | King | Lion | Prince | Stampede

The Lion King (1994) Writing Credits By:

  • Irene Mecchi (screenplay) and
  • Jonathan Roberts (screenplay) and
  • Linda Woolverton (screenplay)
  • Brenda Chapman (story supervisor)
  • Burny Mattinson (story) &
  • Barry Johnson (story) &
  • Lorna Cook (story) &
  • Thom Enriquez (story) &
  • Andy Gaskill (story) &
  • Gary Trousdale (story) &
  • Jim Capobianco (story) &
  • Kevin Harkey (story) &
  • Jorgen Klubien (story) &
  • Chris Sanders (story) &
  • Tom Sito (story) &
  • Larry Leker (story) &
  • Joe Ranft (story) &
  • Rick Maki (story) &
  • Ed Gombert (story) &
  • Francis Glebas (story) &
  • Mark Kausler (story)
  • J.T. The Lion King 1994 Allen (additional story material) &
  • George Scribner (additional story material) &
  • Miguel Tejada-Flores (additional story material) &
  • Jenny Tripp (additional story material) &
  • Bob Tzudiker (additional story material) &
  • Christopher Vogler (additional story material) (as Chris Vogler) &
  • Kirk Wise (additional story material) &
  • Noni White (additional story material)

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The Lion King (1994) Known Trivia

  • One of the bugs that Timon pulls out of a knothole during Hakuna Matata is wearing Mickey Mouse ears. The Lion King 1994 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Besides inspirations from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet (1990), the story also has elements of the Osirian family myths of Ancient Egyptian mythology. The Lion King 1994 In the Osirian myths, the king (Mufasa/Osiris) is killed by his jealous brother (Scar/Seth) and the rightful heir (Simba/Horus) is sent into exile as a boy. The Lion King 1994 The murdered king visits and mentors his son in ghostly visits and when the heir comes of age, he returns to exact revenge on his father’s murderer. The Lion King 1994 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The song that Rafiki sings, ‘Asante sana Squash banana, Wewe nugu mimi hapana’ is Swahili for “Thank you very much, Squash banana, You’re a baboon and I’m not.” Simba asks, “What’s that supposed to mean anyway?” and Rafiki says, “It means you’re a baboon and I’m not.” This is a popular children’s song similar to “Cinderella, dressed in yella” for example. The Lion King 1994 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The team working on the Film was supposedly Disney’s “team B”, who were “kept busy” while “team A” worked on Pocahontas (1995), on which the production had much higher hopes. The Lion King 1994 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In early drafts, Scar was a rogue lion with no relation to Mufasa. The Lion King 1994 Eventually, however, the story writers thought relating him to Mufasa would be more interesting; a threat within. The Lion King 1994 This is why Scar and Mufasa differ so much; They weren’t originally designed to be related. The Lion King 1994 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Several character names are based on Swahili words: Shenzi: Barbarous/Uncouth/Uncivilized/Savage Pumbaa: Ignorant/Lazy/Careless Sarabi: Mirage Rafiki: Comrade/Friend Simba: Lion/Courageous Warrior Mufasa: reportedly the name of the last king of the Bagada people, who were dispersed during the English colonization of Kenya. The Lion King 1994 Nala: gift 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Originally the film was going to be about a conflict between lions and baboons, and Scar was going to be the baboon leader. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki, the only baboon in the film, was instead going to be a cheetah. The Lion King 1994 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • There have been rumors that when Simba collapses on the cliff after talking with Timon and Pumbaa about stars, the dust that flies off the cliff forms the letters SEX. The Lion King 1994 In fact it forms the letters SFX, the abbreviation of the special-effects team that worked on that portion of the film. The Lion King 1994 For all subsequent releases more flowers and dust were added to the scene to avoid controversy. The Lion King 1994 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The line, “What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?” was improvised by Nathan Lane. The Lion King 1994 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • An alternate version of Can You Feel the Love Tonight, a comic version to be sung by Timon and Pumbaa was storyboarded and even recorded but never used. The Lion King 1994 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Errors in geography: During the "sunrise" scene the river is seen on the "south" side of Pride Rock. The Lion King 1994 Later during Simba's "circle of life" lesson the river is on the "north" side of Pride Rock.

The Lion King (1994) Plot: Tricked into thinking he killed his father, a guilt ridden lion cub flees into exile and abandons his identity as the future King. The Lion King 1994 Full summary »  »

The Lion King (1994) Story: A lion prince, Simba, is born in Africa and the animals of the Pride Lands pay tribute. The Lion King 1994 Later Simba is told by his father, King Mufasa, that when Mufasa dies, Simba will become King of the Pride Lands. The Lion King 1994 Simba’s Uncle Scar would have been king after Mufasa had Mufasa not had a child. The Lion King 1994 Fuelled by rage, Scar plots to kill Mufasa and Simba so he is able to take over the throne. The Lion King 1994 He uses the hyenas to cause a stampede through the canyon where Mufasa and Simba are, and personally ensures Mufasa falls to his death. The Lion King 1994 Simba survives so Scar implies that the stampede was Simba’s fault and that the pride will blame him. The Lion King 1994 Simba flees the Pride Lands meaning never to return home. The Lion King 1994 Simba is found, collapsed with exhaustion, by Timon the Meerkat, and Pumbaa the Warthog, and the trio become fast friends. The Lion King 1994 Simba stays with them well into adulthood until his childhood friend, Nala, hunting beyond the Pride Lands that herds had deserted under Scar’s mismanagement stumbles upon Simba’s new home. The Lion King 1994 Astonished to … The Lion King 1994 Written byfallgeek

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The Lion King (1994) Synopsis: The Lion King takes place in the Pride Lands of Africa, where a lion rules over the other animals as king. The Lion King 1994 As dawn breaks, all the animals of the Pride Lands are summoned to Pride Rock, the home of the pride of lions. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki (Robert Guillaume), a mandrill, walks through the herd and climbs the face of Pride Rock to greet his friend, King Mufasa (James Earl Jones). The Lion King 1994 Mufasa leads Rafiki to his mate Sarabi (Madge Sinclair) who is holding their newborn cub. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki anoints the cub with fruit juices before presenting him to the gathered animals. The Lion King 1994 The animals cheer and then bow to the new future king.

Meanwhile, Scar (Jeremy Irons), the younger brother of Mufasa, is sulking by himself behind Pride Rock. The Lion King 1994 He is envious of his brother’s position as king and is disgruntled at the fact that he will never be king now that Mufasa has an heir. The Lion King 1994 Mufasa and his majordomo, a hornbill named Zazu (Rowan Atkinson), confront Scar on why he wasn’t present at the ceremony that morning. The Lion King 1994 Scar shrugs it off, claiming he had forgotten, and scoffs his new responsibility to show respect to the future king before wandering off.

As monsoon storms drench the Pride Lands, Rafiki is seen in his tree home, a large baobab, adding details to his newest piece of wall art. The Lion King 1994 He chuckles lightly as he finishes, reciting the new cub’s name, Simba (Jonathan Taylor Thomas).

Now a budding youth, Simba rises early one morning and pesters his father to get up and show him the lands he’s destined to rule over. The Lion King 1994 Mufasa illustrates from the top of Pride Rock that everything the light touches is their kingdom, except for a place on the horizon that is covered in shadow. The Lion King 1994 Mufasa tells Simba he’s forbidden from ever going there. The Lion King 1994 Out in the plains, Mufasa tells Simba that there is a balance to all life which eventually comes full circle; the Circle of Life. The Lion King 1994 When Zazu appears with a morning report, Mufasa takes the opportunity to give Simba a pouncing lesson which goes successfully, much to Zazu’s dismay. The Lion King 1994 As Simba gets ready to try again, Zazu suddenly exclaims that a group of hyenas has been seen in the Pride Lands. The Lion King 1994 Mufasa rushes off to deal with it while Zazu takes Simba home.

Simba returns to Pride Rock where his Uncle Scar is lurking about. The Lion King 1994 Simba brags about his fate to be king to which Scar reacts without the slightest bit of enthusiasm. The Lion King 1994 Casually, and goading Simba’s excitement, Scar asks if Mufasa showed him the shadow place on their morning walk. The Lion King 1994 When Simba replies no, Scar adds that it is a dangerous place where only the bravest lions venture. The Lion King 1994 Simba perks up, saying he’s brave, and begs his uncle to tell him what’s there. The Lion King 1994 Scar feigns an accidental slip of the tongue by revealing that it’s an elephant graveyard but praises Simba’s cleverness. The Lion King 1994 He asks that Simba never explore the place, but as Simba reassures him and leaves, Scar smiles to himself knowing full well that Simba’s curiosity will get the better of him.

Simba meets up with his friend Nala (Niketa Calame) who is being bathed by her mother, Sarafina Zoe Leader. The Lion King 1994 He tells her about a cool place hes found, lying to Sarabi that its around the water hole. The Lion King 1994 Sarabi gives them permission to go as long as Zazu accompanies them. The Lion King 1994 Along the way, Simba and Nala devise a plan together to get rid of Zazu, which works. The Lion King 1994 They then run off, Nala showing off her skills as an expert pinner, before finding themselves in the elephant graveyard. The Lion King 1994 Suddenly, Zazu reappears and demands that they leave. The Lion King 1994 Simba shows off his bravery by laughing in front of a large skull. The Lion King 1994 Laughter echoes from within and three hyenas emerge, surrounding the cubs. The Lion King 1994 Shenzi (Whoopi Goldberg), Banzai (Cheech Marin), and Ed (Jim Cummings) deliberate what’s to be done with the cubs, more specifically, how to eat them. The Lion King 1994 The cubs and Zazu escape for a moment, but Zazu is pulled back and stuffed into a boiler which shoots him into the air. The Lion King 1994 The hyenas eventually corner the cubs in an alcove and Simba tries to roar. The Lion King 1994 The hyenas laugh and tell him to try again. The Lion King 1994 A real roar is let out as Mufasa appears and attacks the hyenas before they run off. The Lion King 1994 Zazu reappears by Mufasas side and Simba tries to say something but Mufasa furiously reprimands him for being deliberately disobedient and leads them towards home.

Back in the Pride Lands, Mufasa tells Zazu to take Nala home while he teaches Simba a lesson. The Lion King 1994 Fearful and meek, Simba walks up to his father, noticing that his fathers paw print is much bigger than his own. The Lion King 1994 He apologizes for disobeying but says he only wanted to be brave like Mufasa. The Lion King 1994 Mufasa tells Simba hes only brave when he has to be. The Lion King 1994 As they reconcile, Mufasa tells Simba that all the stars in the night sky are the spirits of kings past and that they will always be there to guide him, as will he.

Back in the graveyard, the hyenas lick their wounds and quarrel with each other. The Lion King 1994 Their fights are broken up by Scar who is greeted as a friend. The Lion King 1994 Irritated that the hyenas couldnt dispose of the cubs, he proposes a plan that would eliminate both Simba and Mufasa from the throne.

The next day, Scar escorts Simba through a gorge and puts him near a rock shaded by a sapling, telling him that Mufasa is planning a surprise for him. The Lion King 1994 Scar instructs Simba to stay put while he fetches Mufasa and suggests that he practice his roar while hes away. The Lion King 1994 Just above the gorge, the three hyenas lie in wait in front of a massive herd of wildebeest. The Lion King 1994 Scar appears above them, signaling them. The Lion King 1994 As Simba waits, scowling over his little roar, a chameleon climbs down from the tree. The Lion King 1994 Simba practices roaring at it, finally letting off one loud enough to scare the chameleon and echo off all sides of the gorge. The Lion King 1994 But the ground starts shaking and Simba looks up to see the herd of wildebeest charging down the gorge straight for him. The Lion King 1994 He runs away, the wildebeest gaining, while Scar warns Mufasa nearby that there is a stampede in the gorge and Simba is down there. The Lion King 1994 Simba manages to grab hold of a broken tree, elevating himself above the wildebeests horns while Mufasa climbs down and runs alongside the animals. The Lion King 1994 He manages to grab Simba in his mouth and carries him to safety, but is pulled back by the charging animals. The Lion King 1994 After a tense moment, Simba watches his father leap onto the side of the gorge, digging his claws into the dirt and struggling up the hillside. The Lion King 1994 As Mufasa nears the top, he sees Scar standing over him. The Lion King 1994 He pleads for help, but Scar digs his claws into his paws and mocks him before pushing him off. The Lion King 1994 Simba watches helplessly as Mufasa falls onto the stampeding herd.

As the dust settles, Simba runs down to look for his father. The Lion King 1994 He discovers him beneath a broken tree, dead. The Lion King 1994 As he mourns his loss, Scar appears and blames Simba for what happened. The Lion King 1994 Simba, thinking he had started the stampede that killed his father, follows his uncles advice when Scar tells him to run away and never return. The Lion King 1994 Simba runs off as Scar instructs his hyenas to kill him. The Lion King 1994 The three hyenas chase Simba to the edge of an incline where he tumbles into a sea of brambles. The Lion King 1994 Small enough to avoid the sharp spikes, Simba runs through them as the hyenas barely manage to stop near the base. The Lion King 1994 Unlucky Banzai is shoved into the brambles and emerges howling, stuck with thorns. The Lion King 1994 The hyenas watch as Simba runs into the distant desert and decide that he will most likely die, shouting to him that if he ever comes back they will kill him.

Scar returns to Pride Rock to announce that both Simba and Mufasa have perished in the stampede and assumes the role as king. The Lion King 1994 The lionesses look on in fear as a horde of hyenas arrives to live alongside Scar at Pride Rock. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki watches sullenly from a distance and smears the image he had once created of Simba.

In the desert, Simba has collapsed under the heat and a group of vultures descends on him. The Lion King 1994 Suddenly, a meerkat and a warthog charge into them, bucking and kicking them away as part of their favorite game; bowling for buzzards. The Lion King 1994 The warthog, Pumbaa (Ernie Sabella), then discovers Simba and brings him to the attention of his meerkat companion, Timon (Nathan Lane). The Lion King 1994 Timon is initially afraid of the young lion but Pumbaa asserts that hes still little and will grow up to be on their side instead of eating them. The Lion King 1994 Timon scoffs at the idea, before suggesting the very same thing as his own. The Lion King 1994 Pumbaa picks Simba up and carries him into the shade where hes revived. The Lion King 1994 Simba thanks them for their help before walking away. The Lion King 1994 Timon and Pumbaa take pity on him and tell him that, whatever happened to him, he has to put his past behind him, citing their motto Hakuna Matata; no worries. The Lion King 1994 They then invite Simba to stay with them as a fellow outcast in their jungle paradise and teach him to eat bugs rather than meat. The Lion King 1994 Simba begins to cheer up and eventually grows into a healthy, carefree adult (Matthew Broderick).

Meanwhile, the Pride Lands have been reduced to a wasteland under Scars rule. The Lion King 1994 Zazu is confined to a bone cage singing while Scar lazily lies about chewing on bones. The Lion King 1994 Zazu mutters under his breath that he never had to do this under Mufasa. The Lion King 1994 Scar reels on the name, citing that the law is to never mention Mufasas name. The Lion King 1994 Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed appear, complaining that food and water have become scarce and that the lionesses refuse to hunt. The Lion King 1994 Scar suggests they eat Zazu as Banzai lets slip Mufasas name before he corrects himself under Scars glare. The Lion King 1994 Scar then dismisses them.

Back in the jungle, Simba, Timon, and Pumbaa lie down together after a meal of bugs to look up at the night sky. The Lion King 1994 Pumbaa asks what the sparkling lights in the sky are to which Timon replies that theyre fireflies that got stuck in the big, bluish-black thing. The Lion King 1994 Pumbaa says hed always thought they were burning balls of gas billions of miles away, a theory which Timon debunks due to Pumbaas flatulent nature. The Lion King 1994 They ask Simba what he thinks. The Lion King 1994 Answering only to their begging, he says he was once told that the lights are great kings of the past watching over them. The Lion King 1994 Timon starts cracking up over the thought of royal dead guys watching them, but Simba wanders off, saddened over the memory of his father. The Lion King 1994 He sighs and collapses onto a bunch of wild flowers, spreading their petals and leaves to the wind. The Lion King 1994 The wind carries them back to the Pride Lands where Rafiki, sitting atop his tree, grabs them. The Lion King 1994 He takes them back into the tree where he sniffs them and contemplates the apparent familiar smell. The Lion King 1994 Suddenly it strikes him; Simba must be alive. The Lion King 1994 Crazed with happiness, he quickly smears a mane around the head of his Simba drawing, stating that it is time.

Timon and Pumbaa are walking through the jungle together when Pumbaa becomes distracted by a large rhino beetle. The Lion King 1994 Hungry, he follows it to the edge of the jungle and sneaks up on it as its perched on a log facing some grassland. The Lion King 1994 His eye then catches something in the tall grass as the beetle flies away. The Lion King 1994 Pumbaa screams as a lioness emerges from the grasses and gives chase. The Lion King 1994 Hearing Pumbaa, Timon comes running and finds him stuck in the roots of a tree. The Lion King 1994 He tries to free Pumbaa as the lioness draws closer. The Lion King 1994 She leaps forward but Simba jumps in and begins to fight with her while Timon cheers him on. The Lion King 1994 He tries to knock her down but she flips him over and pins him to the ground. The Lion King 1994 Simba recognizes this move and his old friend, Nala (Moira Kelly). The Lion King 1994 When he reveals himself, Nala is shocked and happy to see him again. The Lion King 1994 Simba introduces her to Pumbaa and Timon, who is less than happy about the reunion since Nala had tried to eat Pumbaa. The Lion King 1994 Nala tells Simba that everyone in the Pride Lands thought he was dead after Scar told them about the stampede. The Lion King 1994 Nervous, Simba asks what else Scar told them, but Nala says that it doesnt matter now that hes alive and the rightful king. The Lion King 1994 Simba excuses Timon and Pumbaa to speak to Nala alone. The Lion King 1994 As they walk through the jungle together the romantic settings encourage their feelings for each other, though Simba is hesitant to talk to Nala about his past. The Lion King 1994 She tries to get Simba to go back to the Pride Lands with her, telling him that everything has fallen into disarray since Scar took the throne. The Lion King 1994 He refuses, explaining that he shouldnt worry about things that happened in the past, which angers Nala. The Lion King 1994 She tells Simba that returning to the throne is his responsibility but he storms off and walks out of the jungle to an open field. The Lion King 1994 He tries to justify his decision before yelling at the night sky that Mufasa wasnt there for him and feeling solemn that it was his fault.

He then hears singing coming from a tree behind him and sees Rafiki in the branches. The Lion King 1994 Irritated, he walks away. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki follows him and asks him a series of rhetorical questions and chanting seemingly nonsensical words. The Lion King 1994 Convinced that the baboon is crazy and confused, Simba turns to walk away when Rafiki reveals that he knows Simba is Mufasas son. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki then runs off and Simba follows. The Lion King 1994 He finds Rafiki mediating on a rock and asks if he knew his father. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki says "I know your father", to which Simba responds that he died. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki laughs, saying that Mufasa is alive, and leads Simba through a thicket of trees and vines. The Lion King 1994 They stop at a reflecting pool and Rafiki instructs Simba to look into it. The Lion King 1994 Seeing only his reflection at first, Simba looks harder and sees an image of Mufasa. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki says that Mufasa lives within him as a large storm cloud appears overhead and a specter of Mufasa speaks out to Simba, saying that he has forgotten who he is and that he must take his rightful place as the true king of Pride Rock. The Lion King 1994 Simba begs his father to stay but the apparition disappears, echoing that Simba must remember who he is. The Lion King 1994 As Simba contemplates the message and the change in the winds, Rafiki wallops him over the head with his staff. The Lion King 1994 Outraged and in pain, Simba asks what he did that for. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki says that it doesnt matter because its in the past, but though the past may still hurt, one can either run from it or learn from it. The Lion King 1994 He swings his staff again and Simba ducks before grabbing the staff and throwing it away. The Lion King 1994 Then Rafiki watches and cheers as Simba runs off, announcing that hes going back.

Timon and Pumbaa are sleeping together as Nala approaches them and nudges them awake, frightening them at first. The Lion King 1994 She asks if theyve seen Simba but Rafiki appears overhead and declares that the king has returned. The Lion King 1994 Confused by this statement and Rafikis mysterious arrival and departure, Timon and Pumbaa listen as Nala tries to explain that Simba has decided to go back to the Pride Lands to take his place as king.

Crossing the desert, Simba finally arrives in the Pride Lands to find it dark and barren. The Lion King 1994 He eyes Pride Rock with a look of vengeance when Nala, Timon, and Pumbaa appear beside him. The Lion King 1994 They all agree to help Simba reclaim the throne, though Timon is less than impressed by the landscape theyre fighting for. The Lion King 1994 They sneak over to Pride Rock and discover that its crawling with hyenas. The Lion King 1994 Simba offers Timon and Pumbaa as live bait and they do put on a colorful performance for the hungry hyenas while he and Nala move closer. The Lion King 1994 Simba instructs Nala to rally the lionesses while he looks for Scar. The Lion King 1994 He finds him at the base of Pride Rock, calling loudly for Sarabi. The Lion King 1994 Hyenas nip at her heels as she approaches and Simba looks on mournfully. The Lion King 1994 Scar questions her as to why the lionesses refuse to hunt. The Lion King 1994 Sarabi explains that the herds have moved on and their only chance for survival is to leave Pride Rock. The Lion King 1994 Scar refuses and, when Sarabi compares him to Mufasa, he cruelly hits her. The Lion King 1994 Having seen enough, Simba appears on a ledge and runs down to comfort his mother. The Lion King 1994 Scar backs away, fearful that its Mufasa that has returned, but when he realizes who it really is, he shoots a hateful glare at Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed. The Lion King 1994 Simba confronts Scar, demanding that he step down from the throne or fight, but sly Scar asks why things must end in violence and says he would feel terrible if he were responsible for the death of a family member. The Lion King 1994 Though Simba says hes put the past behind him, Scar questions whether the lionesses have done the same. The Lion King 1994 When Nala questions this, Scar prompts Simba to tell them all who was responsible for Mufasas death. The Lion King 1994 Sadly, Simba confesses that he was, though it was an accident. The Lion King 1994 Scar uses this and accuses Simba of being a murderer, backing him up to the end of Pride Rock to the point where Simba slips over the edge, dangling by his paws. The Lion King 1994 Lightning strikes and ignites a fire beneath him as Scar looks over him, remarking that this was just the way Mufasa looked before he died. The Lion King 1994 Then Scar grabs Simbas paws and whispers in his ear that he was the one to kill Mufasa.

Enraged, Simba leaps over the edge and pins Scar, choking him to confess the truth to the lionesses. The Lion King 1994 Fighting immediately breaks out between the hyenas and the lions. The Lion King 1994 Timon and Pumbaa join the fray with their signature bowling moves and Rafiki impresses with some acrobatic martial arts. The Lion King 1994 When Timon is cornered by Shenzi and Banzai in the lions den with Zazu, Pumbaa comes to the rescue, his fury provoked when Banzai accidentally calls him a pig.

Scar manages to slip away from the fighting but is followed by Simba. The Lion King 1994 They meet at the top of Pride Rock surrounded by flames where Scar begs for his life, saying that hes family and that the hyenas are the real enemy. The Lion King 1994 Having heard this, the hyenas back away growling. The Lion King 1994 Simba relents, saying that hes not like Scar and tells him to run away and never return. The Lion King 1994 Scar meekly walks past him but sends a pile of embers into Simbas face, blinding him for a moment. The Lion King 1994 Scar then attacks Simba and a fierce fight ensues. The Lion King 1994 Scar manages to knock Simba down and leaps at him but, using the technique Nala had mastered in her pinning, Simba flips Scar with his hind legs over the edge of Pride Rock. The Lion King 1994 Scar tumbles down the rock face and lands at the base. The Lion King 1994 He groggily stands up and notices the hyenas approaching him from between the flames. The Lion King 1994 He greets them as his friends but they respond that he said they were the enemy. The Lion King 1994 Scar looks at them in horror as they lick their lips and surround him before attacking.

Rain begins to fall and Simba returns to the lionesses where he greets his mother and Nala. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki rattles his staff and points it towards the tip of Pride Rock. The Lion King 1994 He bows to Simba, who gives him a hug, and says it is time. The Lion King 1994 As everyone watches, and as the rain washes away dust and bones, Simba ascends Pride Rock, gazing one last time at the heavens before letting out a mighty roar and sealing his position as king. The Lion King 1994 The lionesses join in, hailing their new king. The Lion King 1994 Some time later, the animals of the Pride Lands gather once again at Pride Rock, cheering at Simba and Nala as they overlook the kingdom. The Lion King 1994 Rafiki comes between them and holds up their newborn cub for all to see.

 

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  • Alice Dewey known as associate producer
  • Don Hahn known as producer
  • Sarah McArthur known as executive producer
  • Thomas Schumacher known as executive producer

Watch The Lion King (1994) Free Film Stream FullCast & Crew:

  • Jonathan Taylor Thomas known as Young Simba (voice)
  • Matthew Broderick known as Adult Simba (voice)
  • James Earl Jones known as Mufasa (voice)
  • Jeremy Irons known as Scar (voice)
  • Moira Kelly known as Adult Nala (voice)
  • Niketa Calame known as Young Nala (voice)
  • Ernie Sabella known as Pumbaa (voice)
  • Nathan Lane known as Timon (voice)
  • Robert Guillaume known as Rafiki (voice)
  • Rowan Atkinson known as Zazu (voice)
  • Madge Sinclair known as Sarabi (voice)
  • Whoopi Goldberg known as Shenzi (voice)
  • Cheech Marin known as Banzai (voice)
  • Jim Cummings known as Ed (voice)
  • Jason Weaver known as Young Simba (singing voice)
  • Frank Welker known as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Cathy Cavadini known as Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Judi M. The Lion King 1994 Durand known as Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Daamen J. The Lion King 1994 Krall known as Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Zoe Leader known as Sarafina (voice) (uncredited)
  • David McCharen known as Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Mary Linda Phillips known as Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Phil Proctor known as Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • David Randolph known as Additional Voices (voice) (uncredited)
  • Evan Saucedo known as Young Simba – in 'Morning Report' (singing voice) (uncredited)
  • Brian Tochi known as Fighting Hyena (voice) (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

The Lion King (1994) Art Department:
  • Hans Bacher known as visual development artist
  • Randy Fullmer known as artistic coordinator
  • Jean Gillmore known as visual development artist
  • Joe Grant known as visual development artist
  • Mike Hodgson known as visual development artist (as Michael Hodgson)
  • Lisa Keene known as visual development artist
  • Sue C. The Lion King 1994 Nichols known as visual development artist
  • Mel Shaw known as visual development artist
  • Bob Smith known as visual development artist
  • Bruce Zick known as visual development artist
  • John Alvin known as poster artist (uncredited)
  • Pam Darley known as trainee art department (uncredited)
  • David S. The Lion King 1994 Smith known as development artist (uncredited)

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Company

Watch The Lion King (1994) Free Film Stream Production Companies:

  • Walt Disney Pictures (presents)
  • Walt Disney Feature Animation (uncredited)

The Lion King (1994) Film Free HD Other Companies:

  • Air-Edel Associates  music services
  • Angel Studios  music recorded at
  • BOP Studios  music recorded at
  • Buena Vista Imaging  titles
  • Buena Vista Sound  re-recorded at (as Buena Vista Sound Studios)
  • Cougar Hill Ranch  models: live lion and animals
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound post-production (uncredited)
  • Living Desert Wildlife and Botanical Park  special thanks
  • Los Angeles Zoo  special thanks
  • MCA Records  courtesy: Elton John appearance, USA and Canada
  • Media Ventures  music recorded at
  • Metrozoo, Miami, Florida  special thanks
  • Phonogram Ltd.  soundtrack album: UK, Scandinavia, Netherlands and Germany (uncredited)
  • San Diego Wild Animal Park  special thanks
  • San Diego Zoo  special thanks (as The San Diego Zoo)
  • The Fowler Center for Wildlife Education  special thanks
  • Todd-AO Studios  music recorded at (as Todd-AO Scoring)
  • Tusk Records  courtesy: Mbongeni Ngema appearance
  • Walt Disney Records  soundtrack
  • Warner Hollywood Studios  foley
  • Weddington Productions  sound effects

The Lion King (1994) Distributors:

  • Buena Vista Pictures (1994) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Buena Vista International (Sweden) (1994) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Buena Vista International (1994) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Buena Vista International (1994) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Buena Vista International (1994) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Falcon (1994) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
  • Feelgood Entertainment (2011) (Greece) (theatrical) (3D)
  • Gaumont Buena Vista International (GBVI) (1994) (France) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (Argentina) (theatrical) (3D)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2012) (France) (theatrical) (3-D version)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2011) (Netherlands) (theatrical) (3-D version)
  • ABC Family (2012) (USA) (TV)
  • Abril Vídeo (Brazil) (VHS)
  • American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (1996) (USA) (TV) (broadcast premiere)
  • Buena Vista Home Entertainment (Brazil) (DVD)
  • Buena Vista Home Entertainment (Brazil) (VHS)
  • Buena Vista Home Video (1995) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Buena Vista Home Video
  • Gativideo (1994) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • Gativideo (2003) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Gativideo (2003) (Argentina) (VHS) (re-edited)
  • IMAX
  • Image Entertainment (USA) (laserdisc)
  • Laurenfilm (Spain)
  • Walt Disney Home Video (1995) (Netherlands) (VHS)
  • Walt Disney Home Video (USA) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Home Video (USA) (VHS)
  • Walt Disney Home Video (USA) (laserdisc)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Diamond Edition)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2011) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Diamond Edition)

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Other Stuff

Watch The Lion King (1994) Free Film Stream Visual Effects by:
  • Mark Barrows known as assistant effects animator
  • Rob Bekuhrs known as additional cgi animation
  • Linda Bel known as computer animation: "Wildebeest Stampede"
  • Christine Blum known as effects animator
  • Allen Blyth known as effects animator
  • Jorge Bobadilla Jr. The Lion King 1994 known as compositor (3D version 2011)
  • Dave Bossert known as effects animator
  • Kristine Brown known as assistant effects animator
  • Tony Chai known as assistant technical director (3D version 2011)
  • Ed Coffey known as effects animator
  • Michael Duhatschek known as assistant effects animator (as Michael G. The Lion King 1994 Duhatschek)
  • Jeff Dutton known as artistic supervisor: visual effects, Florida
  • Geoffrey C. The Lion King 1994 Everts known as effects breakdown/inbetweener
  • Colbert Fennelly known as assistant effects animator
  • Jazno Francoeur known as assistant effects animator
  • Mabel Gesner known as key assistant effects animator
  • Steve Goldberg known as additional cgi animation
  • James Goss known as effects breakdown/inbetweener
  • Gregory William Griffith known as computer animation: "Wildebeest Stampede" (as Gregory Griffith)
  • Sandra Groeneveld known as additional cgi animation (as Sandra M. The Lion King 1994 Groeneveld)
  • John E. The Lion King 1994 Hailey known as effects breakdown/inbetweener
  • Dan Haring known as compositor (3D version 2011)
  • Marcus W. The Lion King 1994 Hobbs known as additional cgi software (as Marcus Hobbs)
  • Elizabeth Holmes known as effects breakdown/inbetweener
  • Dave R. The Lion King 1994 Howe known as compositor (3D version 2011)
  • Kristine Humber known as effects breakdown/inbetweener
  • Tom Hush known as effects animator
  • Christopher Jenkins known as effects animator (as Chris Jenkins)
  • Scott F. The Lion King 1994 Johnston known as artistic supervisor: computer graphics imagery
  • Michael Cadwallader Jones known as effects breakdown/inbetweener (as Michael Cadwallader-Jones)
  • Kiran Bhakta Joshi known as computer animation software: "Wildebeest Stampede"
  • Shannon Fallis Kane known as compositing (as Shannon Fallis-Kane)
  • Ted Kierscey known as effects animator (as Ted C. The Lion King 1994 Kierscey)
  • Kang Tae Kim known as effects breakdown/inbetweener
  • Cynthia Neill Knizek known as key assistant effects animator (as Cynthia Neill-Knizek)
  • Dorse A. The Lion King 1994 Lanpher known as effects animator (as Dorse Lanpher)
  • Dan Lund known as assistant effects animator
  • Mauro Maressa known as effects animator
  • MaryAnn McLeod known as cgi coordinator (as Maryann McLeod)
  • David 'Joey' Mildenberger known as effects animator (as Joey Mildenberger)
  • Stephen B. The Lion King 1994 Moore known as effects animator (as Steve Moore)
  • Daniel Naughton known as compositor (3D version 2011)
  • Robert Neuman known as stereoscopic supervisor (3D version 2011)
  • Joseph C. The Lion King 1994 Pepe known as assistant effects animator (as Joseph Christopher Pepe)
  • Dolores Pope known as compositing
  • Paitoon Ratanasirintrawoot known as effects breakdown/inbetweener
  • James 'J.R.' Russell known as compositing assistant supervisor
  • Scott Santoro known as artistic supervisor: visual effects
  • Lewis Siegel known as technical director (3D version 2011)
  • Steve Starr known as key assistant effects animator
  • Stella P. The Lion King 1994 Arbelaéz Tascón known as effects breakdown/inbetweener (as Stella P. The Lion King 1994 Arbelaez)
  • John David Thornton known as effects breakdown/inbetweener (as John David Thorton)
  • James Tooley known as additional cgi animation
  • Eusebio Torres known as effects animator
  • John Tucker known as key assistant effects animator
  • Mary Jane 'M.J.' Turner known as computer animation software: "Wildebeest Stampede"
  • Phillip Vigil known as effects breakdown/inbetweener (as Phil Vigil)
  • Dan Wanket known as assistant effects animator (as Daniel E. The Lion King 1994 Wanket)
  • Marlon West known as effects animator
  • Tony West known as assistant effects animator
  • Graham Woods known as assistant effects animator
  • Garrett Wren known as effects animator
  • John Emerson known as airbrush artist (uncredited)
  • Gael Harlow known as cg animation intern (uncredited)
  • Jay Shindell known as effects breakdown/inbetweener (uncredited)

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