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Khumba (8-Sep-2013)

Director: Anthony Silverston

Writers: Dave Bejoya; Raffaella Delle Donne; Mike de Seve; Jonathan Roberts; Anthony Silverston

Keywords: Juvenile, 3D

A half-striped zebra cast aside by his superstitious herd embarks on a coming-of-age quest to prove his worth.

ABSTRACT
Khumba, a half-striped zebra born into a superstitious stripe-obsessed herd in the Great Karoo Desert, is abandoned by his peers after they come to believe him responsible for the intense drought impacting their region. Emboldened by a desire to prove his worth, young Khumba ventures out into the wilds of the animal kingdom all on his own, befriending an ostrich and wildebeest on his way to building up the courage and self-confidence necessary to save his animal brethren.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Adler
Actor
2-Oct-1956   Voice of Buster Bunny
Jake T. Austin
Actor
3-Dec-1994   Wizards of Waverly Place
Dee Bradley Baker
Actor
31-Aug-1962   Voice actor
Jeff Bennett
Actor
2-Oct-1962   Voice of Johnny Bravo
Steve Buscemi
Actor
13-Dec-1957   Reservoir Dogs
Loretta Devine
Actor
21-Aug-1949   Marla Hendricks on Boston Public
Laurence Fishburne
Actor
30-Jul-1961   The Matrix
Richard E. Grant
Actor
5-May-1957   Dr. Who, Henry & June
Phil LaMarr
Actor
24-Jan-1967   Mad TV, also voice actor
Liam Neeson
Actor
7-Jun-1952   Rob Roy, Gangs of New York
AnnaSophia Robb
Actor
8-Dec-1993   Because of Winn-Dixie
Catherine Tate
Actor
12-May-1968   The Catherine Tate Show
Ben Vereen
Actor
10-Oct-1946   Jesus Christ Superstar

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