Kronk's New Groove

Kronk's New Groove
Kronk's New Groove

Year

2005

Duration

72 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Following on from The Emperor's New Groove, this playful animated sequel focuses on Kronk, once a henchman to Yzma and a luckless but loveable character who is desperate to make his dad, Papi, proud. Eager to help Kronk impress Papi when he visits, his friends pose as members of the happy family he feels he should have. Unfortunately, Papi sees through the charade. Will Kronk get a chance to make a real family life for himself?

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