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The Road To El Dorado (2000) Theatrical Cartoon The Road To El Dorado

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DreamWorks SKG Armand Assante, Kevin Kline, Edward James Olmos, Rosie Perez Eric Bergeron Bonnie Radford, Brooke Breton, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Bill Damaschke , John Carnochan, Dan Molina John Powell, Hans Zimmer, Elton John, Tim Rice, Klaus Badelt
  • 2000
  • DreamWorks SKG
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Tzekel-Kan, Miguel, Tulio, The Chief, Chel.
  • Vocal Talent: Armand Assante (Tzekel-Kan), Kevin Kline (Tulio), Edward James Olmos (The Chief), Rosie Perez (Chel).
  • Directed By Eric Bergeron (as Eric Bergeron (as Bibo Bergeron, Will Finn, Don Paul.
    Senior Director: Jeffrey Katzenberg (uncredited).
  • Produced By Bonnie Radford, Brooke Breton.
    Executive Producer: Jeffrey Katzenberg.
    Co-Executive Producer: Bill Damaschke.
  • Animated By James Baxter (Senior Supervising Animator, Tulio).
    Supervising Animator, Tulio: William Salazar.
    Senior Supervising Animator, Miguel: David Brewster.
    Supervising Animators, Miguel: Serguei Kouchnerov, Bob Scott.
    Supervising Animator, Chel: Rodolphe Guenoden.
    Supervising Animator, Tzekel-Kan: Kathy Zielinski.
    Supervising Animator, Chief: Frans Vischer.
    Supervising Animator, Altivo, Cortes: Kristof Serrand.
    Supervising Animator, Armadillo: Nicholas Marlet.
    Supervising Animator, Jaguar: Sylvain Deboissy.
    Supervising Animator, Sailors, Ball Players: Patrick Mate.
    Supervising Animator, Various: Erik Schmidt.
    Senior Animator: Maximilian Graenitz.
    Animator, Chel: Jane Poole.
  • Written By Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio.
  • Edited By John Carnochan, Dan Molina.

Additional Crew:



  • Production Designer: Christian Schellewald.
  • Art Directors: Raymond Zibach, Paul Lasaine, Wendell Luebbe.
  • Story Supervisors: Ronnie Del Carmen, Jeff Snow.
  • Layout Supervisors: Lorenzo Martinez, Damon O'Bierne.
  • Background Supervisor: Kevin Turcotte.
  • Animation Supervisor: Kristof Serrand.
  • Digital Supervisor: Dan Phillips.
  • 3D Effects Supervisor: Bud Myrick.
  • 2D Effects Supervisor: Jane Gotts, Stephen Wood.

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The story follows two hapless scoundrels and lifelong pals, Tulio and Miguel, as the bumble along from obscurity and poverty in their native Spain to fame and...  (more)

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Great movie for tweens

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I really enjoyed this movie I like the characters and the horse is great. Overall really good movie with a lot of laughs and is great for the 8 to 12 year olds, small children will like it too as it is a cartoon, and adults will like it as there is some humor...  (read more)

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The Road To El Dorado

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I thought this movie had a few good moments , and the two title characters have a nice chemistry. The only problem is the storyline didn't really offer anything new ,...  (read more)

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