The Emperor's New Groove

The Emperor's New Groove
The Emperor's New Groove

Year

2001

Duration

78 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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This lively and likeable animated film is set in a fictional kingdom in South America - and has as its unlovable hero the Emperor Kuzco, a spoiled monarch with a bad-temper. One of the targets of his temper is Yzma, an old woman who he sacks from her job in the royal court. It's a bad move - because then she slips him a potion that turns him in to a llama! The rest of the story concerns the lessons he learns in his new animal form - and whether he can ever become Emperor again.

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