Jungle Emperor Leo DVD

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About Jungle Emperor Leo DVD

Jungle Emperor Leo is remastered and presented in anamorphic widescreen for the first time!

At the foot of the mysterious Moon Mountain lives a white lion named Leo, ruler of the jungle. He and his family live peacefully among the other animals in a lush habitat with which they have been blessed.

Humans have entered Leo’s domain, shattering the peace in their relentless search for moonlight stones, a source of exquisite wealth. Overwhelmed by greed, they have little regard for the living creatures of the jungle. The animals, disturbed by the occupation of their rightful home, must resist the intruders.

Jungle Emperor Leo is also known as Kimba the White Lion in the west.

Details

  • Publisher: EASTERN STAR
  • Media: DVD
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Drama
  • Themes: Adventure
  • Age Rating: ALL
  • Run Time: 100
  • Year Created: 1997
  • Release Date: 12/20/2016
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: 1

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Not what I expected, but still good nonetheless

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Going into this one, I knew of Leo/Kimba, but I never saw any of it, so I thought this movie was the original story that came first. After I got it, I read the back and several wikis about it, I find out that this movie came out much later and is the last half of the original story. To get the full story, there’s a 3 volume manga, a 52 episode show, and a couple other specials and re-imagining. So how is this stand alone movie? It’s good, but not perfect. There are several plots going on that it defiantly feels like a recap movie. With that many stories, there’s several plot holes, and scenes and characters that either do nothing for the plot or never come up again. But it did keep me entertained and also hit me in the feels a few times. Also the dub is quite good with some recognizable voice actors such as Dan Green, Veronica Taylor, and Mike Pollock to name a few. Overall, not what I expected, but still good nonetheless.