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The Emperor's New Groove (2000) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
(Hollywood) USA

Ratings / Votes
7.3/ 10 (64996 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Walt Disney Feature Animation [us]
Walt Disney Pictures [us]

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors

Writers

Release Date
(USA) - 10 December 2000
(USA) - 15 December 2000
(Brazil) - 29 December 2000
(Philippines) - 4 January 2001
(South Korea) - 13 January 2001

Running Time
78

Tagline
It's All About... ME Nuttier than a holiday fruitcake! King-size family fun Llama llama ding dong What a 'c'hunk A comedy about standing on your own four feet Wooly Bully Beware the groooooooooove! No touchie! Nooooo touchie! Mingin'! A new wrinkle on evil!! Not Them... ME

Keywords
15th-century, advisor, angel-and-devil, angel-on-shoulder, anthropomorphic-animal, anthropomorphism, anti-hero, assassination-attempt, assistant, birthday-song, breaking-the-fourth-wall, bridge-collapse, cat, change-of-heart, coming-of-age, coup-d'ťtat, cow, crocodile, cross-dressing, day-glo, devil-on-shoulder, diner, disguise, disney-animated-feature, emperor,

Technical Support
LAB:Technicolor
MET:2303 m - (Spain)
OFM:35 mm
PCS:Spherical
PFM:35 mm
RAT:1.66 : 1 - (negative ratio)
RAT:1.85 : 1 - (intended ratio)



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Full Cast

  1. Anderson, Stephen J. (I) as (voice) <7>
  2. Bergen, Bob (I) as (voice) [Bucky the Squirrel] <8>
  3. Bumpass, Rodger as (voice) <9>
  4. Clotworthy, Robert as (voice) <10>
  5. Fiedler, John (I) as (voice) [Old Man] <13>
  6. Goodman, John (I) as (voice) [Pacha] <2>
  7. Harnell, Jess as (voice) <16>
  8. Jones, Tom (I) as (voice) [Theme Song Guy] <9>
  9. Linnetz, Eli Russell as (voice) [Tipo, Pacha's Son] <7>
  10. Mann, Danny (I) as (voice) <18>
  11. Reynolds, D.F. as (voice) <20>
  12. Spade, David as (voice) [Emperor Kuzco/Narrator] <1>
  13. Stojka, Andre (I) as (voice) <21>
  14. Susskind, Steve as (voice) <22>
  15. Warburton, Patrick as (voice) [Kronk, Yzma's Sidekick] <4>
  16. Whyte, Joe as (voice) [Official] <23>
  17. Darling, Jennifer as (voice) <11>
  18. Deutsch, Patti as (voice) [Waitress] <12>
  19. Flynn, Miriam as (voice) <14>
  20. Gorowski, Geri Lee as (voice) <15>
  21. Kelso, Kellyann as (voice) [Chaca, Pacha's Daughter] <6>
  22. Kitt, Eartha as (voice) [Yzma] <3>
  23. Lynn, Sherry (I) as (voice) <17>
  24. Malick, Wendie as (voice) [Chicha, Pacha's Wife] <5>
  25. McGowan, Mickie as (voice) <19>

Genres

  1. Adventure
  2. Animation
  3. Comedy
  4. Family
  5. Fantasy

Full Plot

In this animated comedy from the folks at Disney, the vain and cocky Emperor Kuzco is a very busy man. Besides maintaining his "groove", and firing his suspicious administrator, Yzma; he's also planning to build a new waterpark just for himself for his birthday. However, this means destroying one of the villages in his kingdom. Meanwhile, Yzma is hatching a plan to get revenge and usurp the throne. But, in a botched assassination courtesy of Yzma's right-hand man, Kronk, Kuzco is magically transformed into a llama. Now, Kuzco finds himself the property of Pacha, a lowly llama herder whose home is ground zero for the water park. Upon discovering the llama's true self, Pacha offers to help resolve the Emperor's problem and regain his throne, only if he promises to move his water park. Richard Hudson Plot not found

Total Business

AD: 244,447 (Denmark) AD: 583,861 (Netherlands) (31 December 2002) AD: 317,920 (Netherlands) (31 December 2001) AD: 974,550 (Spain) (10 August 2002) AD: 361,966 (Spain) (30 June 2001) BT: USD 100,000,000 GR: USD 89,296,573 (USA) (27 May 2001) GR: USD 89,233,484 (USA) (20 May 2001) GR: USD 89,167,551 (USA) (13 May 2001) GR: USD 89,070,801 (USA) (6 May 2001) GR: USD 88,942,667 (USA) (29 April 2001) GR: USD 88,759,231 (USA) (22 April 2001) GR: USD 88,369,287 (USA) (15 April 2001) GR: USD 88,077,287 (USA) (8 April 2001) GR: USD 87,728,229 (USA) (1 April 2001) GR: USD 87,320,505 (USA) (25 March 2001) GR: USD 86,886,146 (USA) (18 March 2001) GR: USD 86,375,554 (USA) (11 March 2001) GR: USD 86,066,905 (USA) (4 March 2001) GR: USD 85,682,589 (USA) (25 February 2001) GR: USD 84,876,378 (USA) (18 February 2001) GR: USD 83,498,624 (USA) (11 February 2001) GR: USD 81,859,176 (USA) (4 February 2001) GR: USD 79,364,925 (USA) (28 January 2001) GR: USD 76,048,955 (USA) (21 January 2001) GR: USD 71,484,885 (USA) (14 January 2001) GR: USD 62,400,374 (USA) (7 January 2001) GR: USD 50,812,284 (USA) (1 January 2001) GR: USD 24,212,108 (USA) (25 December 2000) GR: USD 9,812,302 (USA) (17 December 2000) GR: GBP 9,255,927 (UK) (22 April 2001) GR: GBP 9,099,580 (UK) (15 April 2001) GR: GBP 8,966,261 (UK) (8 April 2001) GR: GBP 8,685,810 (UK) (1 April 2001) GR: GBP 8,473,632 (UK) (25 March 2001) GR: GBP 8,080,335 (UK) (18 March 2001) GR: GBP 7,466,257 (UK) (11 March 2001) GR: GBP 6,645,918 (UK) (4 March 2001) GR: GBP 5,458,262 (UK) (25 February 2001) GR: GBP 1,235,883 (UK) (18 February 2001) GR: DKK 11,434,324 (Denmark) GR: EUR 3,747,475 (Spain) (31 August 2002) GR: EUR 3,747,476 (Spain) (10 August 2002) GR: ESP 250,669,396 (Spain) (30 June 2001) OW: USD 9,812,302 (USA) (17 December 2000) (2,801 screens) OW: GBP 1,235,883 (UK) (18 February 2001) (442 screens) WG: USD 32,354 (USA) (27 May 2001) (72 screens) WG: USD 42,679 (USA) (20 May 2001) (140 screens) WG: USD 63,639 (USA) (13 May 2001) (164 screens) WG: USD 86,897 (USA) (6 May 2001) (193 screens) WG: USD 122,946 (USA) (29 April 2001) (251 screens) WG: USD 211,136 (USA) (22 April 2001) (308 screens) WG: USD 175,920 (USA) (15 April 2001) (353 screens) WG: USD 226,614 (USA) (8 April 2001) (374 screens) WG: USD 256,370 (USA) (1 April 2001) (408 screens) WG: USD 310,494 (USA) (25 March 2001) (414 screens) WG: USD 329,973 (USA) (18 March 2001) (405 screens) WG: USD 221,795 (USA) (11 March 2001) (370 screens) WG: USD 281,160 (USA) (4 March 2001) (457 screens) WG: USD 536,522 (USA) (25 February 2001) (633 screens) WG: USD 1,123,663 (USA) (18 February 2001) (873 screens) WG: USD 1,330,561 (USA) (11 February 2001) (1,091 screens) WG: USD 1,985,657 (USA) (4 February 2001) (1,381 screens) WG: USD 2,629,288 (USA) (28 January 2001) (1,674 screens) WG: USD 3,894,810 (USA) (21 January 2001) (2,016 screens) WG: USD 7,840,544 (USA) (14 January 2001) (2,237 screens) WG: USD 7,462,207 (USA) (7 January 2001) (2,774 screens) WG: USD 14,666,471 (USA) (1 January 2001) (2,887 screens) WG: USD 9,571,198 (USA) (25 December 2000) (2,887 screens) WG: USD 9,812,302 (USA) (17 December 2000) (2,801 screens) WG: GBP 46,128 (UK) (22 April 2001) (217 screens) WG: GBP 70,535 (UK) (15 April 2001) (298 screens) WG: GBP 105,115 (UK) (8 April 2001) (354 screens) WG: GBP 169,241 (UK) (1 April 2001) (371 screens) WG: GBP 309,355 (UK) (25 March 2001) (436 screens) WG: GBP 543,328 (UK) (18 March 2001) (439 screens) WG: GBP 702,952 (UK) (11 March 2001) (434 screens) WG: GBP 924,443 (UK) (4 March 2001) (434 screens) WG: GBP 1,775,674 (UK) (25 February 2001) (442 screens) WG: GBP 1,235,883 (UK) (18 February 2001) (442 screens)

Movie Certificate

G (USA)(certificate #37796)
L (Iceland)
U (Malaysia)
Atp (Argentina)
G (Australia)
Livre (Brazil)
7 (Denmark)
S (Finland)
U (France)
o.Al. (Germany)
I (Hong Kong)
AL (Netherlands)
G (New Zealand)
7 (Norway)
PT (Peru)
M/6 (Portugal)
T (Spain)
7 (Sweden)
7 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
sans limite d'‚ge (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
U (UK)
All (South Korea)
G (Canada)
G (Singapore)
K (Greece)

Music Composers

  1. Debney, John

Cinematographers

  1. Baker, Thomas (III)

Distributors

American Broadcasting Company (ABC) [us] - (2001) (USA) (TV) (broadcast premiere)
Buena Vista Home Entertainment [nl] - (2005) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Buena Vista Home Video [nl] - (2001) (Netherlands) (VHS)
Buena Vista International Finland [fi] - (2001) (Finland) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International Spain [es] - (2001) (Spain) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [ar] - (2001) (Argentina) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [nl] - (2001) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Buena Vista Pictures [us] - (2000) (USA) (theatrical)
Filmes Lusomundo [pt] - (2001) (Portugal) (theatrical)
Gativideo [ar] - (2001) (Argentina) (DVD)
Gativideo [ar] - (2001) (Argentina) (VHS)
Gaumont Buena Vista International (GBVI) [fr] - (2001) (France) (theatrical)
Walt Disney Home Video [us] - (2001) (USA) (DVD) (VHS)

Film Editors

  1. Finan, Tom
  2. Ziegenhagen, Pam (as Pamela Ziegenhagen-Shefland)

Misc

  1. Abbate, Lia (administrative assistant)
  2. Allan, Graham S. (manager: systems software development)
  3. Allard, Ross (technology crew)
  4. Baker, Thomas (III) (caps supervisor: scene planning)
  5. Barnes, Richard M. (technology supporter)
  6. Beck, Dale R. (technology supporter)
  7. Bell, Glenn (I) (technology supporter)
  8. Benchikhi, Jawad (technology supporter)
  9. Berlin, Janet E. (technology supporter)
  10. Betta, Ron (assistant production manager: clean-up, Florida)
  11. Biello, David (assistant production manager: story/visual development)
  12. Billings, Derek M.C. (production assistant)
  13. Blanco, Cathy E. (software engineer)
  14. Blum, Mike (I) (software developer) (as Michael S. Blum)
  15. Boas, Robert (technical supporter)
  16. Boe, Froydis (production assistant)
  17. Bolds, Michael C. (technology supporter)
  18. Bradley, Susan (I) (title designer)
  19. Breuninger, Liza (production accountant)
  20. Brimecombe, Aileen (technology supporter)
  21. Brooks, Brad (I) (technology supporter)
  22. Brooks, John Henry (manager: applications software development)
  23. Brown, Tara Joan (production assistant)
  24. Buddie, Steve (additional production supporter)
  25. Bulmer, Kirsten (production coordinator)
  26. Burchard, Letha L. (technology supporter)
  27. Burley, Brent (technology supporter)
  28. Burris, Scott L. (systems engineer)
  29. Burris, Scott L. (technology supporter)
  30. Cardenas-Rios, Rudy (production assistant)
  31. Cardinale, Judith A. (technology supporter)
  32. Carpenter, Steve (V) (systems administrator)
  33. Carpenter, Steve (V) (technology supporter)
  34. Cejka, John (technology supporter)
  35. Chai, Lawrence (technology supporter)
  36. Chun, Loren (technology supporter)
  37. Chun, Peter (I) (technology supporter)
  38. Clay, Michael (I) (systems administrator)
  39. Clay, Michael (I) (technology supporter)
  40. Cohen, Philip M. (production assistant)
  41. Coleman, Ray C. (technology supporter: hardware)
  42. Comella, Karen (caps supervisor: color models)
  43. Cosanella, Tony (production assistant: "Kingdom of the Sun")
  44. Crutchfield, Jefferson (technical supporter)
  45. Dalton, Patrick (III) (software developer)
  46. David, Tim (I) (technical supporter)
  47. Davis, Maureen Mo O'Hare (additional production supporter)
  48. Davis, Nolan R. (technology supporter)
  49. Dawson, Mark (III) (manager)
  50. Dawson, Mark (III) (technical supporter)
  51. De La Cruz, Michael (assistant production manager: layout, Paris)
  52. Edwards, Joshua P. (production assistant)
  53. Elsensohn, Christian M. (render i/o)
  54. Faerstain, Norbert (technology crew)
  55. Feldstein-Reed, Patricia (assistant production manager: clean-up)
  56. Fico, Thomas J. (technology supporter)
  57. Fisher, Lisa (I) (digital trainer) (uncredited)
  58. Fleury, Marc (I) (systems engineer)
  59. Fleury, Marc (I) (technology supporter)
  60. Flynn, David Patrick (systems engineer)
  61. Flynn, David Patrick (technology supporter)
  62. Freels, Kevin G.J. (systems administrator)
  63. Freels, Kevin G.J. (technology supporter)
  64. Freels, Lynne (technology assistant: software)
  65. Frésard, Bérangère (production assistant)
  66. Garrett, Scott (III) (hardware lead)
  67. Garrett, Scott (III) (technology supporter)
  68. Gasparri, Massimiliano (technology crew)
  69. Georgianni, Jefry G. (production assistant)
  70. Gervais-Despres, Eric (scene planner)
  71. Goldman, Sean (technology crew)
  72. Golier, Patrick (additional production supporter)
  73. Grealy, Thomas (production coordinator: layout)
  74. Greer, Thomas (I) (systems engineer)
  75. Greer, Thomas (I) (technology supporter)
  76. Groom, Steven L. (manager: systems)
  77. Gunter, Gregory (creative development)
  78. Hegarty, Susan (dialect consultant) (uncredited)
  79. Henley, Mark (scene planner)
  80. Hill, Brandy (caps supervisor: digital film print)
  81. Hill, Greg (V) (production assistant)
  82. Hoffman, John D. (technology supporter)
  83. Holmes, Suzanne Henderson (assistant production manager: backgrounds)
  84. Hunt, Pixote (development artist) (uncredited)
  85. Hussey, Kevin J. (manager: management applications development)
  86. James, Allana Michelle (technology supporter) (as Michelle 'Buggy' James)
  87. James, Darrian M. (avid technical support)
  88. Jewell, Danny (technology supporter)
  89. Jordan, Marc (II) (technology supporter)
  90. Jordan, Marc (II) (technology supporter: network administration)
  91. Kagels, Dave (technology supporter)
  92. Kam, Christelle (production assistant)
  93. Keech, Kevin E. (technology supporter)
  94. Keech, Kimberly W. (technology supporter)
  95. Kim, Daniel C. (technology supporter)
  96. Kliewer, Michael D. (technology supporter)
  97. Knittel, Frank William (assistant production accountant)
  98. Ku, Hans (technology crew)
  99. Kwan, Tim (production assistant)
  100. Lattanzi, Renato (production assistant)
  101. Lawrence, Gay (key visual development)
  102. Lefebvre, Nicholas (production assistant)
  103. Longa, Etienne (assistant production manager: clean-up, Paris)
  104. Lopez, John Edward (technology supporter)
  105. Lorang, Kimberly (digital trainer)
  106. MacBurney, James (technology supporter: network administration)
  107. Magee-Cook, Jenni (assistant production manager: editorial/recording)
  108. Mandonnet, Jean (technology supporter)
  109. Massmann, Nathan (production assistant)
  110. McClure, Michael (III) (technology crew)
  111. McDonald, Teri (assistant final check supervisor)
  112. McGuire, Kevin A. (technology crew)
  113. McGuire, Kevin A. (technology supporter)
  114. Meltzer, Dayna B. (technology supporter)
  115. Meslin, Christophe (technology production supporter)
  116. Meslin, Christophe (technology supervisor)
  117. Miller, Thaddeus P. (technology supporter)
  118. Miller-Zarneke, Tracey (assistant production manager: story/publicity)
  119. Mitchell, Allyson (I) (production assistant)
  120. Moncrief, Charlene (production assistant)
  121. Moore Jr., Thomas (manager: media group)
  122. Mortensen, Ninka Katarina (production assistant)
  123. Muleady, Jack (technology supporter: hardware)
  124. Nash, Jeff (I) (technology crew)
  125. Naylor, Tom (II) (technology supporter: hardware)
  126. Nelson, Leigh (production assistant)
  127. Nicolas, Alexander (marketing)
  128. Norin, Troy R. (technology supporter)
  129. O'Gorman, Aisling (production assistant)
  130. O'Neill, Madlyn (senior blue sketch artist)
  131. Oguri, David (I) (technology supporter)
  132. Ortega, David E. (technology supporter: hardware)
  133. Pacheco, Vera (clean-up supervisor)
  134. Patard, Dominique (technology supporter)
  135. Pauer, Tim (production assistant)
  136. Pedigo, Tina M. (production assistant)
  137. Pickett, Daniel (I) (operations manager)
  138. Pratt, Elkeer Zaldumbide (technology supporter)
  139. Purdy, Ron L. (technology supporter)
  140. Reagan, Clint G. (production assistant)
  141. Ripoll, Nathalie Antoniolli Roca (technology supporter)
  142. Rochlin, Jeff (II) (manager: systems support)
  143. Ruan, Kai-Zhen (technology supporter)
  144. Russell, James 'J.R.' (caps supervisor: compositing) (as James 'JR' Russell)
  145. Russell, James 'J.R.' (caps supervisor: digital file services) (as James 'JR' Russell)
  146. Ryan, John Damien (foley/live action reference for guards) (uncredited)
  147. Saitta, Michael (technology supporter)
  148. Sajawal, Atiq (systems administrator)
  149. Salomon, Nasser B. (lead technical administrator)
  150. Salomon, Nasser B. (technology supporter)
  151. Sandweiss, James A. (technology crew)
  152. Schilder, Melissa K. (production assistant)
  153. Schnittker, Matthew F. (software engineer)
  154. Schnittker, Matthew F. (technology supporter)
  155. Sost, Craig (digital production manager)
  156. Stauss, Jack Dean (technology crew)
  157. Stimson, John (I) (technology supporter: network administration)
  158. Stoner, Chuck (technology supporter)
  159. Strahs, Jason I. (production assistant)
  160. Sung, Yun-Chen (technology supporter)
  161. Sunseri, Sandy (technology supporter: network administration)
  162. Suzow, Joe (technology supporter)
  163. Tokunaga, Mark M. (render i/o technical lead)
  164. Tokunaga, Mark M. (technology supporter)
  165. Tucker, Ann (I) (caps supervisor: technical coordinator)
  166. Turner, Roy (III) (technology supporter)
  167. Ventura, Valerio (key visual development)
  168. Vignola, Eric (motion technical director)
  169. Waldvogel, Kevin (I) (human resources coordinator)
  170. Waldvogel, Kevin (I) (human resources: director)
  171. Waterman, Sabrina (production assistant)
  172. Watson, Dawn (I) (production assistant)
  173. Wernick, Sahara Elizabeth Ford (technology supporter)
  174. White, Doug (IV) (technology supporter: network administration)
  175. Zandonella, Fran R. (technology crew)
  176. Zarembski, Michael (technology crew)
  177. Zeffren, Suzy (production assistant)

Quotes

[Kuzco and Pacha are tied to a tree branch floating in a river] Pacha: Uh-oh. Kuzco: Don't tell me. We're about to go over a huge waterfall. Pacha: Yep. Kuzco: Sharp rocks at the bottom? Pacha: Most likely. Kuzco: Bring it on. Kuzco: No touchy. Kuzco: [Kuzco hits Pacha] Yeah! That's for kidnapping me and taking me back to your village! Which I'm still gonna destroy, by the way. Hehehe. No touchy! [Pacha hits him back] Pacha: Let's end this. Kuzco: Ladies first. Pacha: Where'd you come from, little guy? Kuzco: No... touchy. Pacha: Demon llama! Kuzco: Demon llama? Where? [Turns around and sees Misty, a real llama] Misty: Maaah. Kuzco: Aaah! [after falling into the alligator pit] Yzma: Why do we even *have* that lever? [after falling into the alligator pit] Kuzco: Okay, why does she even *have* that lever? Yzma: Are you talking to that squirrel? Kronk: I was a junior chipmunk, uh, and I had to be versed in all the woodland creatures. [to squirrel] Kronk: Please continue. [squirrel talks to Kronk] Yzma: [walking away] Why me? Why me? Why me? Why...? Kronk: Hey, it doesn't always have to be about you. This poor little guy's had it rough. Seems a talking llama gave him a hard time the other day. [Yzma rushes over to them] Yzma: Oh, a talking llama? Do tell. [squirrel whispers to Kronk] Kronk: Uh, he doesn't really wanna talk to you. Yzma: Well, then *you* ask him. Kronk: [sigh] Hate being in the middle. Kronk: [speaking squirrel] Squeaky, uh, squeak, sqeaker, squeakin'. [after firing Yzma] Kuzco: [sing-song] So... who's in my chaaaaaair? Kronk: Oh, oh! I know! Yzma. Yzma's in your chair, right? Kuzco: Very good, Kronk! Here. Get the snack. [Kuzco considers seven potential brides who all look remarkably alike] Kuzco: Let's take a look-see. Hate your hair. Not likely. Yikes. Yikes. Yikes. And, let me guess, you have a great personality. Kuzco: This is Yzma, the emperor's advisor. Living proof that dinosaurs once roamed the Earth. [on Kuzco] Yzma: Why, I practically raised him. Kronk: Yeah, you'd think he would've turned out better. Yzma: Yeah, go figure. Kuzco: Okay, I admit it. Maybe I wasn't as nice as I should have been. But, Yzma, do you really want to kill me? Yzma: Just think of it as you're being let go, that your life's going in a different direction, that your body's part of a permanent outplacement. Kronk: Hey, that's kinda like what he said to you when you got fired. Yzma: I know. It's called a "cruel irony", like my dependence on you. [Yzma and Kronk are trapped in a dark locked room] ChiCha: What do you mean the door's stuck? Try jiggling the handle. Yzma: There is no handle in here. ChiCha: [holding the door handle] There's not? Are you sure? Yzma: All right, I've had enough of this. Tell us where the talking lhama is and we'll burn your house to the ground. Kronk: Er, don't you mean or? Yzma: [even more angrily] Err, tell us where the talking lhama is *or* we'll burn your house to the ground. Chaca: Well, which is it? That sounds like a pretty crucial conjunction. Yzma: It is no concern of mine whether or not your family has... what was it again? Peasant: Umm... food? Yzma: Ha! You really should have thought of that before you became peasants! Waitress: Ordering. Three pork combos, extra bacon on the side, two chili cheese samplers, a basket of liver and onion rings, a catch of the day, and a steak cut in the shape of a trout. You got all that, honey? Kronk: Three oinkers wearing pants, plate of hot air, basket of Grandma's breakfast and change the bull to a gill, got it. Old Man: Oh, it's not the first time I was tossed out of a window, and it won't be the last. What can I say? I'm a rebel. Pacha: Someday, you're gonna wind up all alone, and you'll have no one to blame but yourself. Kuzko: Thanks for that. I'll log that away. [plotting ways to kill Kuzco] Yzma: Ah, how shall I do it? Oh, I know. I'll turn him into a flea, a harmless, little flea, and then I'll put that flea in a box, and then I'll put that box inside of another box, and then I'll mail that box to myself, and when it arrives... [laughs] Yzma: ...I'll smash it with a hammer! It's brilliant, brilliant, brilliant, I tell you! Genius, I say! [knocks over bottle of poison on flower, which shrivels up and dies] Yzma: Or, to save on postage, I'll just poison him with this. Yzma: Take him out of town and finish the job now! Kronk: What about dinner? Yzma: Kronk, this is kind of important. Kronk: How about dessert? Yzma: Well, I suppose there's time for dessert. Kronk: And coffee? Yzma: All right. A quick cup of coffee. Then take him out of town and finish the job! Pacha: We shook hands on it! Kuzko: You know, the funny thing about shaking hands is... [wiggles hoofs] Kuzko: ...you need hands. [Yzma and Kuzco never see each other. When one exits, the other enters] Yzma: Make me the special. And hold the gravy! Kronk: Check. Pickup! Kuzco: You know what? On second thought, make my omelette a meat pie. Kronk: Meat pie. Check. Yzma: Kronk! Can I order the potatoes as a side dish? Kronk: I'll have to charge you full price. Yzma: [annoyed] Ooh. Kuzco: Hey, how about a side of potatoes, my buddy? Kronk: You got it. Want cheese on those potatoes? Yzma: Thank you, Kronk. Cheddar will be fine. Kronk: Cheddar spuds coming up. Kuzco: Spuds yes, cheese no. Kronk: Hold the cheese. Yzma: No, I want the cheese. Kronk: Cheese it is. Kuzco: Cheese me no "likee." Kronk: Cheese out. Yzma: Cheese in! Kronk: Ah, come on. Make up your mind! Kuzco: Okay, okay, on second thought... Yzma, Kuzco: ...make my potatoes a salad. Kuzko: Hey, Kronk, can you top me off, pal, be a friend? Kuzco: Boo-yeah. Kuzco: You know, it's a good thing you're not a big, fat guy or this would be really difficult. Kuzco: Boom, baby! Yzma: A llama? He's supposed to be *dead*. Kronk: Yeah, weird. [Kronk's Shoulder Angel and Devil debate saving Kuzco] Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Listen up, big guy. I got three good reasons why you should just walk away. Number one. Look at that guy! He's got that sissy stringy music thing. Kronk's Shoulder Angel: We've been through this. It's a harp, and you know it. Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Oh, right. That's a harp, and that's a dress. Kronk's Shoulder Angel: Robe! Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Reason number two. Look what I can do. Ha-ha, ha! [does one-armed handstand] Kronk: But what does that have to do with anything? Kronk's Shoulder Angel: No, no. He's got a point. Kronk: Listen, you guys. You're sort of confusing me, so, uh, begone... or, uh, y'know, however I get rid of you guys. Kronk's Shoulder Devil, Kronk's Shoulder Angel: That'll work. [Angel and devil disappear] [the palace guards have been transformed into animals] Yzma: Get them! Cow Guard: Hey, I've been turned into a cow. Can I go home? Yzma: You're excused. Anybody else? Other Guards: No, no. We're good. [Kuzko collides with an old man while dancing] Kuzco: D'oh! You threw off my groove! Guard: I'm sorry, but you've thrown off the Emperor's groove. [the old man is thrown out of the palace window] Old Man: Sooooorry! Tipo: [waking from a dream] Dad, look out! ChiCha: Tipo, what is it? Tipo: I had a dream that Dad was tied to a log and was careening out of control down a raging river of death! ChiCha: It's all right, it's all right. Tipo: It was awful! ChiCha: It's okay, Tipo, calm down, it was just a dream. Your dad's fine. He just went back to see the emperor. Tipo: Oh, you mean like you told him to, 'cause you're always right. ChiCha: That's right. Chaca: Well, in my dream, Dad had to kiss a llama. Tipo: Yeah, like that would ever happen. Chaca: It could! ChiCha: Nuh-uh! Chaca: Yeah-hah! Tipo: Nuh-uh! Chaca: Yeah-haaaaah! [they keep exchanging "nuh-uh's" and "yeah-hah's" at lightning speed] ChiCha: Good night, you two. Tipo, Chaca: Night, Mom! [resume bickering as ChiCha blows out the candle] Yzma: [handing him a bottle of poison] Take it, Kronk. Oh ho ho! Feel the power. Kronk: Oh... I can feel it. Yzma: Our moment of triumph approaches! Ha ha ha ha ha! It's dinner time! Kuzco: Oh, and by the way, you're fired. Yzma: Fired? W-W-What do you mean, "fired"? [Kuzco snaps his finger and a servant comes in and writes down Yzma's "pink slip"] Kuzco: Um, how else can I say it? "You're being let go." "Your department's being downsized." "You're part of an outplacement." "We're going in a different direction." "We're not picking up your option." Take your pick. I got more. [while Kuzco and Pacha are trying out all of Yzma's potions] Kuzco: Yay. I'm a llama again! [beat] Kuzco: Wait... Kuzko: Um, what's with the chimp and the bug? Can we get back to *me*? Kronk: What are the odds of that trap door leadin' me out here? Yzma: Kronk! Why did I think you could do this? This one simple thing! It's like I'm talking to a monkey. Kronk's Shoulder Angel: Whoa now! Yzma: A really, really big stupid monkey named Kronk! Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Ouch. Yzma: And do you want to know something else? I've never liked your spinach puffs! [Kronk, Shoulder Angel, and Shoulder Devil all simultaneously gasp] Yzma: Never! [Kronk begins to cry] Kronk's Shoulder Devil: That's it. [cocks pitchfork like a gun] Kronk's Shoulder Devil: She's goin' down. Kronk's Shoulder Angel: Now, now, remember, guys. From above, the wicked shall receive their just reward. [they look up at the chandelier which is illuminated with heavenly light while angelic music plays] Kronk's Shoulder Angel, Kronk's Shoulder Devil, Kronk: That'll work. [Kronk cuts the rope to the chandelier, but it falls around Yzma, instead of on her] Kronk: Strange. That usually works. Yzma: And so does *this*! [pulls lever for trap door] Kronk: Ah. Should've seen that coming. Whoa! Kuzco: I can't believe this is happening! Yzma: Then I bet you weren't expecting *this*. [Yzma pulls up her dress. Kuzco and Pacha scream] Yzma: [revealing a knife strapped to her thigh] Aha! [Kuzco and Pacha sigh with relief] Kuzco: Oh, okay. [after telling Pacha that he intends to destroy Pacha's villiage and build "Kuzcotopia"] Pacha: But, but, um, where will *we* live? Kuzco: Hmm. Don't know, don't care. How's that? Kuzko: [after throwing a rock at Pacha's head, acting innocent] Huh? What? I didn't do anything. I didn't... Somebody's throwin' stuff. You gonna build a fire or what? Yzma: [squeaky voice] Looking for this? [clutching her throat] Is that my voice? [coughs] Is that *my* voice? Oh, well. Kuzco: Will you take a look at that? Pretty pathetic, huh? Well, you'll never believe this, but that llama you're looking at was once a human being. And not just any human being. That guy was an emperor. A rich, powerful ball of charisma. Oh, yeah! This is his story. Well, actually, my story. That's right... I'm that llama. The name is Kuzco... Emperor Kuzco. I was the world's nicest guy and they ruined my life for no reason. Oh, is that hard to believe? Look, I'll tell you what. You go back a ways, you know, before I was a llama, and this will all make sense. [cut to Kuzco as an infant] Kuzco: All right, now see. That's a little too far back. Ooh! Look at me! That's me as a baby. [breaks doll and begins to cry, immediately a lot more dolls are shoved his way] Ahem! All right, let's move ahead. Kuzco: Oh, yeah. This is the real me. [cut to llama] Not this. [back to Kuzco] This... [back to llama] Not this. [back to Kuzco] Winner... [back to llama] Loser! Yzma: Kuzco is dead, right? Tell me Kuzco's dead. I need to hear these words. Kronk: [nervously] Uh, do you need to hear all those words exactly? Yzma: [angry] He's still *alive*? Kronk: Well, he's not as dead as we would have hoped. Yzma: Kronk! Yzma: Just thought I'd give you a heads-up in case Kuzco ever came back. Yzma: He can't come back! Kronk: Yeah, that would be kinda awkward, especially after that lovely eulogy. Yzma: You think? You and I are going out to find him. If he talks, we're through. Now let's move! Kuzco: What is this guy babbling about? He's like the thing that wouldn't shut up. Pacha: Emperor Kuzco? Kuzco: Yeah. Who did you think you were talking to? Pacha: Um... How did... uh... you don't... *look* like the emperor. Kuzco: What do you mean I don't look like the emperor? Pacha: Um... do this. [wiggles fingers] Kuzco: What is this, some little game you country folk like to play? [sees his hoofed hand, gasps] Kuzco: It can't be! I... [looks at his reflection in the water] Kuzco: Ahh! My face! My beautiful, beautiful face! I'm an ugly, stinky llama! Wah-hah-hah! Llama face! Yzma: It is no concern of mine whether or not your family has... what was it again? Peasant: Umm... food? Yzma: Ha! You should have thought of that before you became peasants. Kuzco: Wait a minute. I remember you. I remember telling you that I was building my pool where your house was, and then you got mad at me. Oh! And you turned me into a llama! Pacha: What? No, I did not. Kuzco: Yes, and then you kidnapped me! Pacha: Why would I kidnap a llama? Kuzco: I have no idea. You're the criminal mastermind, not me. Pacha: What? Kuzco: You're right. That's giving you way too much credit. Kuzco: Hey, tiny. I wanna get out of this body. Wouldn't you? Now let's go. Pacha: Build your summerhouse somewhere else. Kuzco: You wanna run that by me again? Pacha: I can't let you go back unless you change your mind and build your summer home somewhere else. Kuzco: I got a little secret for you. Come here. No, closer. [Pacha comes closer] Kuzco: [loudly, in Pacha's ear] I don't make deals with peasants! Yzma: And so, it is with great sadness that we mourn the sudden departure of our beloved prince, taken from us so tragically on the very eve of his eighteenth birthday. Kronk: [sobbing] Poor little guy. Yzma: His legacy will live in our hearts... Kronk: He never had a chance. Yzma: ...for all eternity. [pause] Yzma: Well, he ain't getting any deader! Back to work. Kuzco: [voiceover] So this is where you came in. See, just like I said, I'm the victim here! I didn't do anything, and they ruined my life and took everything I had. Kuzco: Hey, give it a rest up there, will ya? Kuzco: [voiceover] What? I'm just telling them what happened. Kuzco: Who are you kidding, pal? They saw the whole thing. They *know* what happened. Kuzco: [voiceover] Well, yeah, but... but... Kuzco: Leave me alone. [Yzma is sleeping in a huge tent, while Kronk is in a tent so small it only covers his waist. Suddenly Kronk jerks awake] Kronk: The peasant, at the diner! [pause] Kronk: He didn't pay his check. [falls back asleep, but then jerks back up] Kronk: It's the peasant who I saw leaving the city who disappeared into the crowd with Kuzco in the back of his cart. He must have taken him back to his village, so if we find the village, we find him, and if we find him, we find Kuzco. Oh, yeah, it's all comin' together. Yzma! [runs into her tent] Yzma: What? [Yzma sits up with cold cream on her face and cucumbers on her eyes] Kronk: [recoiling] Aah! Yzma: This had better be good! Kronk's Shoulder Angel: You're not just gonna let him die like that, are you? Kronk: My shoulder angel. Kronk's Shoulder Devil: Don't listen to that guy. He's trying to lead you down the path of righteousness. I'm gonna lead you down the path that *rocks*. Kronk's Shoulder Angel: Oh, come off it. Kronk's Shoulder Devil: *You* come off it. Kronk's Shoulder Angel: You. Kronk's Shoulder Devil: You. Kronk's Shoulder Angel: You. Kronk's Shoulder Devil: You infinity. [Shoulder Angel grrs] Pacha: What happened? Old Man: Well, I threw off the Emperor's groove. Pacha: What? Old Man: His groove! The rhythm in which he lives his life. His pattern of behavior. I threw it off. And the Emperor had me thrown out the window. Pacha: Oh, really? I'm supposed to see him today. Old Man: Don't throw off his groove! Pacha: Oh, okay. Old Man: Bewaaare, the grooove. Pacha: Hey, are you gonna be all right? Old Man: Grooove... Guard: For the last time, we did not order a giant trampoline. Delivery Person: You know what, pal, you could have told me that before I set it up. Pacha: We're on our honeymoon. Waitress: Bless you for coming out in public. Kuzco: It's my birthday gift to me. I'm so happy. ChiCha: So what did the emperor want? Pacha: Uh, you know what? He couldn't see me. ChiCha: Couldn't see you? Why not? Pacha: I don't know. ChiCha: Well, that's just rude! Pacha: Well, he is the emperor. I'm sure he's busy. ChiCha: No no no no. Emperor or no Emperor, it's called common courtesy. If it were me, I'd march right back there and *demand* to see him. You know I would! Pacha: Sweetie, sweetie, think of the baby. ChiCha: Pacha, I'm fine. This baby's not coming out for a while, but even if it was, I'd give that guy a piece of my mind. That kind of behavior just, just... [snorts] ChiCha: I gotta go wash something. [Film stops, llama Kuzco appears on screen] Kuzco: Uh, excuse me. Two seconds here. I'm the one in the cart, remember? This story is about me. [Circles the bag on the cart where he is] Not him. [Crosses out Pacha] Okay, we're clear? All right, we're gonna move ahead. Sorry to keep you waiting. [Exits; returns to scribble over Pacha; realizes he's still on screen, chuckles, then leaves; film starts up again] Pacha: Okay, once we cross this bridge, it's just an hour to your palace. Kuzco: Good, because believe it or not, I think I need a bath. Pacha: I believe it. Kuzco: What's that? Pacha: Nothing. Pacha: [hanging off the bridge] Kuzco! Kuzco: Yeah? Pacha: Quick, pull me up! Kuzco: No, I don't think I will. Pacha: You're gonna leave me here? Kuzco: Well, I was going to have you imprisoned for life, but I kinda like this better. Pacha: I thought you were a changed man. Kuzco: Come on, I had to say *something* to get you to take me back to the palace. Pacha: So all of it was a lie? Kuzco: Well yeah. No, wait... Oh, yeah, it all was a lie. Toodles! Yzma: That is the last time we take directions from a squirrel. Yzma: Looking for this? Yzma: [holds up the vial of human extract] [Kuzco and Pacha gasp] Kuzco: No! It can't be! How did you get back here before us? Yzma: Uh... [pauses] Yzma: ...how *did* we, Kronk? Kronk: Well, ya got me. By all accounts, it doesn't make sense. [Kronk holds up a map of the two parties' trails, showing Yzma's and Kronk's falling down a canyon halfway through] Yzma: Oh, well. ChiCha: I gotta go wash something. Yzma: This isn't poison. This is extract of... llama! Kronk: You know, in my defense, your poisons all look alike. You might think about relabeling some of them. Kuzco: When I give the word, your little town thingy will be bye-bye. Bye-bye! Kuzco: No, no! Don't drop it! Yzma Kitty: I'm not going to drop it, you fool! I'm going to drink it! And once I turn back into my beautiful self I'm going to *kill* you. Kronk: Woohoo. Faster, faster! Yzma, put your hands in the air! [after getting hit in the head with a frying pan] Kuzco: You have a lovely wife. They're both very pretty. Yzma: That's it, Kronk! Break the door down! Kronk: Break it down? Are ya kidding me? This is hand-carved mahogany. Yzma: So, is everything ready for tonight? Kronk: Oh, yeah. I thought we'd start off with soup and a light salad, and then see how we feel after that. Yzma: Not the dinner. You know... Kronk: Oh, right. The poison. The poison for Kuzco, the poison chosen especially to kill Kuzco, Kuzco's poison. That poison? Yzma: Yes! That poison. Kronk: Got you covered. Yzma: Excellent. A few drops in his drink, and then I'll propose a toast, and he will be dead before dessert. Kronk: Which is a real shame, because it's gonna be delicious. Kronk: Oh, look. A golden-throated small-winged warbler. Just one more for exotic bird bingo. I am loving this. Kuzco: Hit the road, Bucky! Kronk: [while falling down the stairs] Back! Elbow! Shoulder! Yzma: Pull the lever, Kronk! [Kronk pulls a lever, and Yzma falls into a pit] Yzma: [as she is falling] Wrong lever! Kuzco: When will you learn that all my ideas are good ones? Pacha: Well, that's funny. Because I thought that you going into the jungle by yourself, being chased by jaguars, lying to me to take you back to the palace were all really *bad* ideas. Kuzco: Oh, yeah. Anything sounds bad when you say it with that attitude. Kuzco: Boo-yah! Welcome to Kuzcotopia, my ultimate summer getaway, complete with water slide. [Pacha has gotten himself and Kuzco tied to a dead tree branch] Kuzco: Maybe I'm just new to this whole rescuing thing, but this, to me, might be considered kind of a step backwards, wouldn't you say? Pacha: No, no, no. It's... It's okay. This is all right. We can figure this out. [the branch cracks] Kuzco: I hate you. [the drink is poisoned] Yzma: Kronk, the emperor needs his... drink! Kronk: Right. Oh... [winks at Yzma] Kronk: ...riiiiiiggghhht. [goes to grab drink and realizes that he doesn't know which one it is; takes the drinks away to pour the poison again] Kuzco: Hey, Kronky, everything okay back there? Kronk: [mixing the drinks together before refilling all the cups] Oh, uh, the drinks were a bit on the, uh... [small explosion from each of the cups] Kronk: ...warm side. Hehe. Hey, did ya see that sky today? Talk about blue. Yzma: Yes, Kronk. Riveting. A toast, to the emperor! Long live Kuzco! Kronk: [to Yzma trying to make it sound like he's coughing] Don't drink the wine. Poison. Kuzco: So, you lied to me. Pacha: I did? Kuzco: Yeah. You said when the sun hits this ridge just right, these hills sing. Well, pal, I was dragged all over those hills and I did not hear any singing. [takes Kuzcotopia] Kuzco: So, I'll be building my summer home on a more *magical* hill. Thank you. Pacha: Heh. Couldn't pull the wool over your eyes, huh? Kuzco: No, no, I'm sharp. I'm on it. [puts the model of Pacha's house back on the hilltop] Looks like you and your family are stuck on the tuneless hilltop forever, pal. [Kuzco and Pacha sit in silence] Pacha: You know, I'm pretty sure I heard some singing on the hill next to us. In case you're interested. Tipo: Dad! I ate a bug today! Pacha: Oh! Was Mom baking again? Heh. Don't tell her I said that. ChiCha: I heard that! Theme Song Guy: He's the sovereign lord of the nation / He's the hippest cat in creation / He's the Alpha, the Omega, A to Z / And this perfect world will spin / Around his every little whim / 'Cause this perfect world begins and ends with... Kuzco: Me! Kuzco: I am one hungry king of the world. Kuzko: We're not getting anywhere with you picking the vials. I'm picking the next one. Pacha: Fine by me! Kuzko: Give me that one. [drinks a potion and turns into a whale] Kuzko: Don't you say a word. Kuzco: And let's not forget Yzma's right-hand man. Every decade or so she gets a new one. This year's model is called Kronk. Yzma: Is there anything on this menu that is not swimming in gravy? ChiCha: So, remind me again how you're related to Pacha? Yzma: Why, I'm his third cousin's brother's wife's step-niece's great aunt. Twice removed. ChiCha: Uh-huh. Yzma: Isn't that right, Kronk? [Kronk is playing jump rope with Chaca and Tipo] Chaca: Ninety-nine monkeys jumping on the bed. Kronk: One fell off and bumped his head. Kuzco: [about Kronk] Oh, he's doing his own theme music? Big, dumb and tone deaf. I am so glad I was unconscious for all of this. Pacha: Why did I risk my life for a selfish brat like you? I was always taught that there was some good in everyone, but, oh, you proved me wrong. Kuzco: Oh, boo-hoo. Now I feel really bad. Bad llama. Pacha: I could've let you die out there in that jungle, and then all my problems would be over. Kuzco: Well, that makes you ugly *and* stupid. Pacha: Let's end this. Kuzco: Ladies first. Kuzco: [walking back to his palace, alone, in the jungle] Scary jungle. Right. [in mocking voice] Kuzco: Oh, a leaf! Oh, it might attack me. Oh, it's a scary tree! I'm afraid. Please. Never find my way? I'm the Emperor, and as such, I'm born with an innate sense of direction. Okay, where am I? Bug in jungle: [Bug gets caught in spiders web] Help me! Help me! [Spider comes and eats the bug off-screen] Too late... Kuzco: Ok... that's the freakiest thing I've ever seen... Kronk: [trying to ease the awkward tension] Hey, d'you see that sky today? Talk about blue. Theme Song Guy: He was born and raised to rule / No-one has ever been this cool / In a thousand years of aristocracy / An enigma and a mystery / In Mesoamerican history / The quintessence of perfection, that is he. Pacha: For the last time, it was not a kiss. Kuzco: Well, whatever you call it, it was disgusting. Kuzco: Woo-yeah! Look at me and my bad self! I snatched you right out of the air! "Ooh, I'm a crumbly canyon wall, and I'm taking you with me." Well, not today, pal! Uh-huh! Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh! Kuzco: If you had done what I ordered you to do in the first place, we all could have been spared your little "kiss of life". Kuzco: [watching Yzma talk] Whoa! Look at those wrinkles. What is holding this woman together? What the... [sees a bit of spinach on Yzma's teeth] How long has that been there? Yzma: But... but Your Highness, I have been nothing if not loyal to the empire for... for many, many years. Kuzco: Hey, everyone hits their stride. You just hit yours fifty years ago. Kronk: Hey, don't I know you? Pacha: I... I don't think so. Kronk: Wrestled you in high school. Pacha: I don't remember that, no. Kronk: Metal shop? Oh, I know, Miss Nalca's interpretive dance, two semesters. I was usually in the back because of my weak ankles. C'mon, you gotta help me out here. Pacha: Look, I don't think we've ever met, but... I gotta go. [Gets up] Kronk: Don't worry, I'll think of it! [last lines] Kronk: My acorn is missing. Junior Chipmunk Class: Squeak, squeakin', squeak, squeakity. Kronk: Did you eat the acorn? Junior Chipmunk Class: Squeaker, squeak, squeak, squeakin'? Kronk: You owe me a new acorn. Junior Chipmunk Class: Squeak squeak squeak, squeak, squeaker... [one boy nudges Yzma] Yzma Kitty: [sulky] Squeakin'. Kronk: I'm so proud of you guys. ChiCha: Okay, everybody. Move aside. [ChiCha pats her pregnant belly] ChiCha: Lady with a baby comin' through. [ChiCha kisses Pacha] ChiCha: As I said before, you may remember, Pacha is not here. I'll be sure to tell him you stopped by. Yzma: Oh, would you please? That would be just great. [knocks her cup on the floor] Yzma: Oops. Silly me. ChiCha: [annoyed] No no, allow me. [very pregnant, tries to squat to pick up cup] Yzma: [joins Kronk jumping rope] She's hiding something. When I give the word we search the house. Kronk: Ok, but I still have 94 monkeys to go. Kuzco: There's two people in there looking for you. Kuzco: Who? Pacha: A big guy and a skinny old woman. Kuzco: Wait, was this woman scary beyond all reason? Pacha: Oh, yeah! Kuzco: That's Yzma and Kronk! I'm saved! Townsman #1: Hey, Pacha, you just missed your relatives. Pacha: My relatives? Townsman #1: Yeah, we just sent them up to your house. Pacha: What'd they look like? Townsman #1: Well there was this big guy, and this older woman who was... well, how would you describe her? Townsman #2: Ah, scary beyond all reason? Townsman #1: Yeah, that's it. Kuzco: [referring to Kronk] He's... what, in his late twenties? Yzma: Hehe... I'm... not sure. Kronk's Shoulder Devil: She's goin' down! Kronk's Shoulder Angel: Now, now. Remember guys; "From above, the wicked shall recieve their just reward". Kronk's Shoulder Devil, Kronk's Shoulder Angel, Kronk: [looking up at the chandelier which is illuminated with heavenly light while angelic music plays] That'll work.

Other Titles

  1. Ein K√∂nigreich f√ľr ein Lama (2001) (ENG)
    (Germany)

  2. Kingdom in the Sun (1999) (ENG)
    (USA) (working title)

  3. Kingdom of the Sun (1999) (ENG)
    (USA) (working title)

  4. Le follie dell'imperatore (2001) (ENG)
    (Italy)

Trivia

- Two subtle visual jokes: when Yzma pours the "drink" into the cactus plant, after Kuzco's neck transforms, the cactus turns into the shape of a llama. When Kronk is trying to hide in the background with Kuzco in the bag, the scene pulls back to reveal a painting of two figures pointing at Kronk.

- ACTTRADE('David Spade' (qv)): [large man]: Spade usually has an overweight co-star. He worked with 'Chris Farley (I)' (qv) twice, with 'Artie Lange' (qv) in _Lost & Found (1999/I)_ (qv), and here with 'John Goodman (I)' (qv), whose character is a "big, fat guy".

- When Tipo says, "You know, I really don't believe you're my great aunt, you're more like my...", he says great 23 times (that we hear, before and after the break to Kuzco and Pacha).

- When the pieces of the bridge fall into the river, the four letters of the word DAMN can be seen falling one by one among the individual planks.

- The makers of the film originally wanted to get 'Sting (I)' (qv) to sing the opening song but he said he was too old, they needed someone more hip and younger. So they went with 'Tom Jones (I)' (qv), who is 11 years older than Sting. He did write "My Funny Friend and Me", which included a

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