So how did we end up with the non-musical, slapstick romp that we all remember? What happened to that ambitious project? The story was originally going to be about an Incan emperor who switches places with a commoner who shares a striking resemblance. The Emperor meets this doppelganger and decides to switch places with him for funsies. Yzma, the royal sorceress, discovers the switch and turns the real emperor into a llama, while threatening to expose the peasant if he disobeys her. By , Disney execs were losing faith in the project, especially after the underwhelming box office hauls other dramatic sweeping musicals like Pocahontas and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Allers later left the project and Mark Dindal become the sole director. Since Kingdom of the Sun was going to be a musical, Disney had hired Sting to compose and produce about 6 songs for the film. The doc was eventually titled The Sweatbox.
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Director Mark Dindal and Producer Randy Fullmer have assembled a talented cast and crew to create a wacky ride through a colorful cartoon world. Their team imbues the characters with a brilliant array of entertaining character traits. They make the story come alive with energy, humor and adventure, marred only by mild cartoon violence, children dreaming of their father in danger and very mild sexual innuendo. Included with these lessons are some redemptive elements of forgiveness, repentance and unconditional love. Set in a mythical mountain kingdom in the Peruvian Andes, the story follows the misadventures of an arrogant, egocentric young emperor named Kuzco, voiced by David Spade. Everything comes to a wonderful, clever ending that will have viewers on the edge of their seats, laughing with joy. At the same time, Kuzco learns some important life lessons about treating other people with respect. They have also assembled a top crew of Disney animators.
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