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Original Title

Le roi et l'oiseau

Movie Facts

Status: Released

Runtime: 83

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Language: fr

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Release Info


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  • 1980-03-19
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  • 1981-03-12
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Alternative Titles

  • 國王與鳥
  • The King and the Mockingbird
  • Der König und der Vogel
Content Score: 64

7.1/10 (4 votes)

Overview

The kingdom of Takicardie quakes under the rule of the tyrannical King Charles V-et-III-font-VIII-et-VIII-font-XIV, whose favourite pastime is shooting birds. His archenemy is a cheeky mockingbird, whose favourite pastime is thwarting the king’s attempts to shoot birds. One night, a portrait of the king comes to life and disposes of the real king, taking his place. The portrait king falls in love with a young shepherdess in another painting and intends to marry her. But, alas, the shepherdess has fallen in love with a chimneysweep and together they elope from the king’s palace. Enraged, the king sends his police to capture them and once they are within his power he forces the shepherdess to marry him. The mockingbird must use all his guile and courage to once more thwart the king and bring his evil reign to an end.

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Crew

Director: Paul Grimault

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Cast

Jean Martin

Jean Martin
as L'oiseau (voice)

Pascal Mazzotti

Pascal Mazzotti
as Le roi (voice)

Raymond Bussières

Raymond Bussières
as Le chef de la police …

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