There are times for work, and there are times for FUN! 🙂 Today is for moments when you’d rather be entertained than read the usual serious, informative, or “boring” stuff (my articles are never boring I know, but… 😉 ).
For a change, let’s unveil some of the very best of animated films on Africa (at least in my mind).
3. Tarzan (Walt Disney)
Date of Release: 1999.
A memorable love story between a young feral man (named Tarzan), and Jane Porter, a ravishing lady who arrives from England with a team of human explorers.
Music: You’ll be in my heart (Phil Collins).
2. Madagascar 2: Escape to Africa (DreamWorks)
Date of Release: 2008.
Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, and Gloria the Hippo return for an unforgettable adventure that takes them to Africa.
I Like to Move it Music Video
Music: I like to move it (will.i.am).
Madagascar 2 Trailer
1. The Lion King (Walt Disney)
Date of Release: 1994.
My favorite all time Walt Disney movie by a mile! 🙂
Simba, Nala and friends are having lots of fun in their African Kingdom, until little Simba is evicted by his uncle Scar who seizes the throne.
Lion King Official Soundtrack
Music: The circle of life (Elton John).
The Lion King Original Trailer
Most Memorable Scene: Under the Stars
Pumbaa to Timon: “Ever wonder what those sparkly dots are up there?”
Timon’s response: ?
Find out below, it’s a classic! 🙂
Other Walt Disney Productions Worth Checking Out
- Cheetah (1989).
- African Cats (In theatres on Earth Day 2011).
- The “New” Lion King (opens in theatres in July 2019).
What’s your Favorite Animated Movie on Africa? Comment Below…