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The Road to El Dorado (31-Mar-2000)

Directors: Eric "Bibo" Bergeron; Don Paul

Writers: Ted Elliott; Terry Rossio

Music by: Elton John

Producers: Bonne Radford; Brooke Breton

Keywords: Juvenile

Two con men embark on a chaotic journey after coming into possession of a map to a mythical city of gold.

16th-century Spanish swindlers Miguel and Tulio happen upon a map pointing them to El Dorado, fabled "city of gold", only to end up in the brig on notorious explorer Cortes' ship. A successful escape inexplicably lands our pair on the shores of El Dorado, thrust into a wild adventure when a high priest scheming to undermine their Chief's authority proclaims the con men to be gods.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Armand Assante
4-Oct-1949   Judge Dredd
Tobin Bell
7-Aug-1942   Saw
Kenneth Branagh
10-Dec-1960   British thespian
Jim Cummings
3-Nov-1952   Prolific voice actor
Elton John
25-Mar-1947   Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Kevin Kline
24-Oct-1947   A Fish Called Wanda
Edward James Olmos
24-Feb-1947   Battlestar Galactica
Rosie Perez
6-Sep-1964   Do The Right Thing
Frank Welker
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers


Voice Talent
Kevin Kline   ...   Tulio (voice)
Kenneth Branagh   ...   Miguel (voice)
Rosie Perez   ...   Chel (voice)
Armand Assante   ...   Tzekel-Kan (voice)
Edward James Olmos   ...   Chief (voice)
Jim Cummings   ...   Cortes (voice)
Frank Welker   ...   Altivo (voice)
Tobin Bell   ...   Zaragoza (voice)
Duncan Marjoribanks   ...   Acolyte (voice)
Elijah Chiang   ...   Kid #1 (voice)
Cyrus Shaki-Khan   ...   Kid #2 (voice)
Elton John   ...   Narrator (voice)


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