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Mulan's Epic Journey Continues In A New Movie Only On Disney DVD

(BVHE) Mulan's Epic Journey Continues In A New Movie Only On Disney DVD

All the action and excitement of Disney’s epic film Mulan return in a sweeping new animated adventure, MULAN II, premiering only on Disney DVD and VHS February 1, 2005. MULAN II reunites the hero of China with Mushu her hilarious guardian dragon, her gang of three best buddies Yao, Ling and Chien-Po, and her beloved Shang. This time they journey on a special mission one that tests the honor of all, while the fate of the empire hangs in the balance.

MULAN II reunites cast members Ming-Na as Mulan, B.D. Wong as Shang, Pat Morita as the

Emperor, Harvey Fierstein as Yao, Gedde Watanabe as Ling, Jerry Tondo as Chien-Po and Soon- Tek Oh as Fa Zhou. This new adventure introduces Lucy Lui (Charley’s Angels and Olympic skating champion Michelle Kwan to the cast. MULAN II features great original songs performed by popular artists. Lea Salonga, the original singing voice of Mulan, returns for more sensational musical performances, alongside chart-topping girl band Atomic Kitten and rising star Hayley Westenra.

On DVD MULAN II’s bonus features include:

Voices of Mulan - A star-studded feature highlighting the voice cast.

Deleted Scenes

The World of Mulan - Hosted by your favorite dragon, Mushu, this featurette takes you on a fun-filled tour of China’s rich history and culture.

Mushu’s Guess Who? - Play a guessing game as the mischievous Mushu shows off his shadow puppet skills.

"(I Wanna Be) Like Other Girls" Animated Music Video - Performed by pop sensation Atomic Kitten.

Beautiful, vibrant and heroic, Disney’s daring Mulan (Ming Na) gets the surprise of her young life when her love, General Shang (B.D. Wong), asks for her hand in marriage. This makes everyone happy except Mushu (Mark Moseley), Mulan’s wise-cracking little dragon, who tries to keep Mulan single when he learns he’ll lose his guardian job if Mulan marries into Shang's family. With China threatened by a mongol invasion, the Emperor (Pat Morita) calls upon Mulan, Shang, and their three lovable friends Yao (Harvey Fierstein), Ling (Gedde Watanabe) and Chien-Po (Jerry Tondo) to escort his daughters to arranged marriages with vital allies in the northern provinces.

When the three princesses unexpectedly fall in love with the gang of three, Mulan decides to help them, even though this contradicts the Emperor’s orders and calls Mulan’s relationship with Shang into question. Mulan remains true to her heart, however, by solving the problem in her own unique way, saving both the princesses and China.

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Thanks to Roger Mansbridge (NEM & UK Reporter) and Jon Voslo for advising us of this article
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