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Well, The only reason I created this topic was to tell everyone here on Animation Source, the characters of each movie.The Lion King ll: Simba's Pride is posted Here. The Lion King 1 1/2: Hakuna Matata is posted Here. So, just click the links in order after you read through all this and you will know all characters by heart in no time! Please take this to heart and get to know The Lion King a little better, mostly The Lion King fans should be reading through this topic, anyway, hope you like!
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The Lion King

Simba-In the opening sequence of The Lion King, Simba is the new-born son of King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi. After being anointed he is held up by the wise mandrill/baboon Rafiki atop Pride Rock for all the animals in the Pride Lands to see.

Simba grows up into a lively and rambunctious, if occasionally arrogant, seven month old young cub who believes that being a king is all about doing what you want all day and going wherever you please. Taking advantage of the cub's naive nature, Simba's scheming uncle Scar tells him about the elephant graveyard. Although Scar tells Simba not to go there, he knows that the young cub will do so out of curiosity. Not only does Simba go, but he also brings along his friend, Nala. When they reach the graveyard they are chased by the three spotted hyenas Shenzi, Banzai and Ed, who are actually Scar's minions. Mufasa comes to the rescue of the two cubs after being informed of their plight by Zazu.

Mufasa is upset with Simba, but resolves to not scold his son, and instead teaches him about the great kings of the past up in the stars, who guide and watch over the young prince. Also, Simba sees after putting his paw in his father's paw print (when he was walking to Mufasa in shame) learning that he had rather large shoes to fill.

Later, Scar tricks Simba into waiting in a gorge, saying that Simba's father has a "marvelous surprise" waiting. There, Scar commands Shenzi, Banzai and Ed to start a wildebeest stampede into the gorge where Simba is. Mufasa saves Simba from the stampede, but cannot save himself from Scar. Mufasa falls down off a cliff, and asks Scar to help him, but he pushes Mufasa down where the raging stampede is, and is killed. (This scene is seen again in Simba's dream from The Lion King II: Simba's Pride). Simba is tricked by Scar into thinking that he was responsible for his own father's death, and that he should run away. Emotionally shattered, Simba does so, but Scar sends his hyenas after Simba in an attempt to kill him. Simba escapes into a patch of thorns and wanders off into the desert. The hyenas do not follow him, deciding that he's as good as dead out in the desert, and just before they leave, they warn him that if he ever returns, they'll kill him.

They were very nearly correct as Simba finally collapses from heat exhaustion. Vultures circle and gather around Simba, but they are scared off by Timon and Pumbaa. Timon and Pumbaa rescue Simba and take him to their jungle home. Intrigued by the idea of a major predator protecting them, the desperate pair introduce the cub to a diet of insects, which Simba finds to be agreeable fare.

Simba grows into an adult lion while living in the jungle. He lives the Hakuna Matata ("No worries, no problems!") lifestyle for about 3-5 years, but his profound self-recrimination is never far from the surface. The turning point begins when his childhood friend Nala appears, now a fierce young lioness. The childhood friends reconnect and quickly fall in love. Nala tells Simba about the devastation Scar's tyranny has wrought upon the Pride Lands, and later tries to convince him to return to the Pride Lands as he is the rightful king. Simba, still deeply guilt ridden by his father's death, refuses both to help her or explain his reasons. He runs off into the grasslands to end their fight, leaving Nala upset and angry.

While Simba is by himself, Rafiki appears and tells Simba to follow him, as he knows where the apparently alive Mufasa is. Simba follows Rafiki across the grasslands and through a patch of thorny vines. Once they reach a pool of water, Rafiki tells Simba to look at his reflection in a pool, but instead of Simba seeing his own face, he sees his father's. Mufasa's ghost then appears in some swirling storm clouds and tells his son that he must go home and take his rightful place as king. Simba realises what he must do and runs home.

Once back in the Pride Lands, Simba confronts his uncle Scar. Scar tells the rest of the pride that Simba was responsible for Mufasa's death, and tries to kill Simba. However, as Simba clings to the edge of Pride Rock's promontory, Scar tells him the truth. An enraged Simba leaps up and pins Scar to the ground, forcing Scar to reveal the truth to the nearby lionesses. A fight ensues as a fiery inferno, caused by lightning striking a dead tree, rages in the background. Nala rallies the other lionesses, including her mother Sarafina and the erstwhile Queen Sarabi, and the lionesses attack the hyenas. Simba wins as Scar, after being thrown over a cliff by Simba, is killed by the hyenas he betrayed. Simba then takes his rightful place atop Pride Rock and roars out across his kingdom.

Some time later, when the Pride Lands are restored to their former glory, the animals gather at Pride Rock once more as Rafiki lifts Simba and Nala's cub high into the air, thus continuing the circle of life.

Scar-Scar is the younger brother of Mufasa, the uncle of Simba, and second in line to the throne after Simba was born. Scar is jealous of Simba's position as the next king of the Pride Lands, so he plots to assassinate his brother and nephew, in order to seize the throne.

To carry out his plans for regicide, Scar recruits three spotted hyenas — Shenzi, Banzai and Ed — who gladly do the scheming lion's bidding for food. At first, there are only three hyenas, but eventually Scar gathers a full army of them. The first attempt by the hyenas to kill Simba is foiled by Mufasa, so Scar calls up his troops and promises that when he is king the hyenas will "-never go hungry again".

With the help of the hyenas, Scar triggers a wildebeest stampede meant to kill both Simba and Mufasa. Mufasa saves his son, but as he tries to escape by climbing up the gorge, Scar grabs his paws and says "Long live the king" before throwing him into the stampede. Scar then makes Simba believe that the young prince caused the stampede and in turn killed Mufasa. Simba runs away, overwhelmed by guilt and fear. Scar then orders Shenzi, Banzai and Ed to chase the cub and kill him. Unknown to Scar, however, the hyenas do not succeed, as Simba evades them and escapes into the desert. Scar then returns to Pride Rock and assumes the throne.

Under Scar's reign, the kingdom rapidly declines as droughts hit and food becomes scarce. Years later, to Scar's surprise, Simba returns to challenge his uncle for the throne. Scar forces Simba to reveal the "truth" about Mufasa's death and backs him towards the edge of Pride Rock's promontory. Scar, on thinking that he has won, admits that he killed Mufasa, prepared to kill Simba before the rightful heir can tell anyone. Simba gets the better of him, however, leaping upon Scar and forcing him to admit his guilt. A fierce battle ensues between Scar's forces and Simba's friends and family while Simba alone fights Scar.

Eventually, Simba traps Scar on Pride Rock's summit. Terrified, Scar pleads for his life, blaming his crimes on the hyenas — unaware that Shenzi, Banzai and Ed have followed him and can hear Scar's condemnation. Simba, not willing to sink to Scar's level, spares his uncle's life and banishes him from the Pride Lands. Scar begins to walk off but then suddenly flings some burning embers into Simba's eyes, temporarily blinding him. The battle continues, but after Scar leaps in to finish Simba, the younger lion kicks Scar over a cliff where the hyenas are waiting.

The hyenas, determined to get revenge on Scar for denouncing them as "the enemy," surround their fallen leader. Scar tries to talk his way out of the situation, but the hyenas leap upon Scar and kill him.

Mufasa-A huge, powerful male lion, Mufasa is the King of the Pride Lands at the start of the The Lion King, father of Simba and mate of Sarabi. He is shown to be a wise and fair ruler, who follows the "Circle of Life". However, his brother Scar is jealous of him and forms a plan to kill Mufasa and Simba so he can be king. Mufasa is ultimately portrayed as an "ideal king", strong, powerful, and kind-hearted, which is contrasted to the deceitfulness and lust for power of Scar.

Scar's first attempt to kill Simba is foiled when Mufasa interferes, but he succeeds the next time by triggering a large-scale wildebeest stampede. Mufasa successfully saves Simba and struggles to climb up a cliff. Scar, waiting for him at the top, pierces Mufasa's paws hard with his claws and lets go after saying "long live the king." Simba doesn't see this happening and Scar makes him believe that he (Simba) had caused Mufasa's death.

Ridden with guilt, Simba runs away from the Pride Lands and befriends Timon and Pumbaa. After many years, Simba meets his old friend Nala, who tries to persuade him to return and take his place as king. Simba refuses and runs away from Nala to a field where he encounters the wise mandrill Rafiki. Rafiki takes him to a small magical pool which brings upon Mufasa's ghost, up in the sky. The ghost tells Simba that he is his only son and has to take his responsibility to be King of the Pride Lands. Simba then returns to his homeland, defeats Scar and takes his rightful place as king. In the final scene of the film, Mufasa (again in the clouds) says "Remember" as Simba stands triumphant on Pride Rock.

Timon and Pumbaa-Timon and Pumbaa are a fictional meerkat and warthog duo first introduced in Disney's popular 1994 animated film The Lion King. Timon was portrayed through his many appearances by Nathan Lane (in all three films and early episodes of the show), Max Casella (the original actor of the Broadway Musical), Quinton Flynn (in certain episodes of the show), Kevin Schon (in certain episodes of the show), James Arnold Taylor (in Kingdom Hearts II) while Pumbaa is voiced by Ernie Sabella (in all of his animated speaking appearances) and was portrayed by Tom Alan Robbins in the original production of The Lion King Broadway musical (who still plays that same role to this day). Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella first came to audition for the roles of the hyenas, but when the producers saw how well they worked together they decided to cast them as Timon and Pumbaa.

As with many characters in Lion King, Pumbaa derives his name from Kiswahili. His name means "simpleton". Timon's name is one of the few characters that has no meaning in Kiswahili, although it means "he who respects" in Greek. His name may also derive from Shakespeare's tragedy Timon of Athens, a reference to the Shakespearean origin of the film's plot. His last name, Berkowitz, was revealed in the TV series. This is contrary to the demeanors of both characters, as Pumbaa has always been depicted as a caring friend and Timon as self-centered.

They are among Disney's most beloved characters for their comical antics and musical skills. Timon is known for claiming Pumbaa's ideas as his own, while Pumbaa has an unpleasant flatuence problem. However, Pumbaa is also a fierce warrior, charging into battle like a battering ram, and taking great offense if anyone who's not his friend calls him a pig (at which point he says "THEY CALL ME MISTER PIG!" - a reference to the line "They call me Mister Tibbs!" from the movie In the Heat of the Night). Pumbaa's last name, Smith, was also revealed in the TV series.

Nala-Nala is a fictional lioness character who first appeared in Disney's popular 1994 animated feature film The Lion King. Nala means "gift" in Swahili. As a cub she was voiced by Niketa Calame and as an adult she was voiced by Moira Kelly. Laura Williams and Sally Dworsky provided her singing voice as a cub and adult respectively. Nala's main animators were Bob Bryan and Gilda Palinginis.

Nala is the daughter of Sarafina and an unknown male lion, the mate of Simba, and the mother of Kiara. Nala and Simba have a son named Kopa in the book set The Lion King: Six New Adventures, but Kopa is non-existent in the The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, and no mention is made of him. Instead, he is replaced with the female cub Kiara. Nala also appears at the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts as a meetable character.[citation needed]

Rafiki-Rafiki is an anthropomorphized monkey who first appeared in the Walt Disney Pictures animated film The Lion King. He lives in a baobab tree and is old and wise. He performs activities which are often shamanistic, but also sometimes quite silly. Rafiki provides important counsel to the adult Simba when the latter is trying to determine his destiny. His tail looks broken and bent. His name means "friend" in Swahili and Arabic and he is voiced by veteran actor Robert Guillaume.

Though he somewhat resembles a mandrill, Rafiki has a long tail and lacks a distinctive crested head, and is referred to usually as a baboon.

Zazu-Zazu is a fictional Red-billed Hornbill who first appeared in the Walt Disney Pictures animated film The Lion King. As majordomo to King Mufasa, his proper, dignified, nervous, and easily-rattled personality is the polar opposite in temperament of the protagonists, lion cubs Simba and Nala.

Along with Iago, the parrot from Aladdin, he appears as one of the hosts of The Enchanted Tiki Room (Under New Management) at Walt Disney World in Florida.

In the original film, he was voiced by Rowan Atkinson. His singing voice in the Morning Report sequence in the 2003 Special Edition was provided by Jeff Bennett. In The Lion King II: Simba's Pride and The Lion King 1½, Zazu's voice was provided by Edward Hibbert, while Michael Gough provides Zazu's voice in the TV Series The Adventures of Timon and Pumbaa, as well as the Magic Kingdom attraction The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management.

Shenzi, Ed, & Banzai-Shenzi, voiced by Whoopi Goldberg, is the only female of the hyenas. Her name means "savage", "demon", "uncouth", or "barbarous" in Swahili.

According to Timon in The Lion King 1½, her full name is Shenzi Marie Predatora Vendetta Jacquelina Hyena. She is the de facto leader of the trio and the smartest hyena. This is actually consistent with real spotted hyena behavior, in which the females are generally more powerful physically and politically than the males. She is wounded when Simba takes a swipe at her cheek whilst trying to save Nala. She deals best with Scar and knows how to talk with him.

She has a big, black tuft and a normal, grey snout (unlike Ed and Banzai). The animators apparently designed Shenzi using her voice actor Whoopi Goldberg as a reference, as Shenzi's face resembles Whoopi's to a certain extent. Shenzi was originally going to be male and played by Tommy Chong. [1]

Banzai

Banzai was voiced by Cheech Marin. His name means "skulk" or "lurk" in Swahili.

In the film, Banzai is the most unfortunate of the hyenas, being wounded twice. His rear end was swiped by Mufasa in the elephant graveyard, and later he became the only hyena to fall into a thorn patch while chasing Simba. He also seems to get hungry more easily than the hyenas, frequently making references to food and being the most discontent of the hyenas when the Pride Lands lacks food under Scar's rule ("It's dinnertime, and we ain't got no stinkin' entrees!")

Ed

Ed is considered stupid. He almost always has a smile on his face and usually laughs (he never speaks at all; as such, his voice is the same in all his appearances). He has two round cuts on each ear. He was voiced by Jim Cummings who recorded four hours of all kinds of laughter so that it could be inserted in the movie depending of the situation (such as worried laugh, nervous laugh, etc.)

In the elephant graveyard, Ed was the first to notice Simba and Nala's escape while his two distracted peers were still occupied exchanging jokes such as "lion around" and "Make mine a cub sandwich." When Mufasa attacked them, they got into even more trouble when he confirmed (by nodding) that he knew Simba was Mufasa's son. Later, he laughed at Banzai because his rear end was scratched by Mufasa. Banzai got angry and attacked him, but after the scuffle ended Ed was actually revealed to be biting his own leg.

Although Ed is considered stupid, he understood Scar's betrayal near to the end of the film. When Shenzi and Banzai asked Ed for his opinion on what to do with the fallen Scar, he just gave a sadistic smile, licked his lips, started laughing (a low, frightening chuckle rather than his usual insane laughter), and moved inwards to kill Scar along with the other hyenas.

Sarabi-Sarabi is the wife of Mufasa, the mother of Simba and grandmother of Kiara. She is voiced by Madge Sinclair.

At the beginning of the film, she is seen cradling a very young Simba before Rafiki presents him to the crowd of animals gathered at Pride Rock. Later she is seen as Simba rouses his father Mufasa to take him to the top of Pride Rock to show him the kingdom. Her next appearance is when she is snoozing on a rock next to Nala's mother Sarafina as Simba comes running along to tell Nala about the elephant graveyard. Both Simba and Nala plead with Sarabi and Sarafina to allow them to go exploring. The wise Sarabi allows the cubs to explore the Pride Lands on the condition that Zazu accompanies them.

Then she is seen as the lionesses are mourning the deaths of Mufasa and Simba (who is not dead, but exiled by Scar).

She appears again years later as Scar demands that she explain why there is no food. Scar reacts to Sarabi's answer by striking her face and knocking her over. Upon seeing Scar hitting Sarabi, Simba runs to his mother's side. She first mistakes him for Mufasa, but is relieved and happy as she realizes that Simba has returned. She is profoundly aggrieved when Simba is forced by Scar to admit (to his knowledge) that he killed her mate, but is relieved when her son forces Scar to reveal he himself is actually responsible and she joins the battle against the usurper. She is then seen one last time looking on proudly as Simba emerges victorious from his fight with Scar.

BackStory

Little is known about Sarabi before she became Queen, but she is featured as a teenager in the book Friends in Need, where she is the future bride to Mufasa. Sarabi falls into a pit, and it is only through Zazu's vigilance that Mufasa notices and is able to rescue her.

Sarafina

Sarafina is the mother of Nala, mother-in-law of Simba, and maternal grandmother of Kiara. She is a minor character and has only one line of dialogue: "Hmm. What do you think, Sarabi?"[1] Also, her name is never mentioned in the actual movie. She is voiced by Zoe Leader

Sarafina is first seen bathing her young daughter Nala as young Simba comes running along to tell her (Nala) about the elephant graveyard. She is seen later mourning the loss of Mufasa and Simba with the other lionesses, and then she is seen years later aiding in the battle against Scar's hyena minions when Simba returns.

Sarafina is said to make another appearance in The Lion King II: Simba's Pride. As Kiara is walking down when she is grown, she states, "My, how you've grown." She is voiced by Zoe Leader as well, but because of her different appearance (most notably her small red eyes and gray fur) and voice, whether or not this is actually Sarafina is disputed.

Beyond the films

Despite Sarafina's status as a minor character in the film, her role has been expanded through comics and books. In The Lion King: Six New Adventures, Sarafina makes an appearance in the book Nala's Dare. She aids a rogue lion called Ni and saves Nala from hyenas before introducing Ni to the rest of the pride.

The Lion King musical

Sarafina is also present in the musical version of the story, portrayed by the prima ballerina of the cast. Her costume is of a brighter shade of orange than the other lionesses, to set her apart, and she is the most prominent of the younger, hunting group of lionesses. In the musical, she is hunting with Nala, rather than giving her a bath, when Simba comes to take Nala to the elephant graveyard. According to the lyrics of the musical's "Chow Down", Sarafina is also said to have killed Banzai's father.

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Okay, now that we all know the main and most important characters of the story, I think that you should go and read through The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride characters, along with, The Lion King 1 1/2: Hakuna Matata characters. Just scroll to the top of this page and click the links in order. Anyway, thanks for reading!

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Very interesting,I didn't know Rafiki was also Arabic for friend,I thought it was just Swahili for it,and here's three more to add on to it,Mohatu,Ahadi,and Uru. :wink:

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Hey! What's with that? Timon is also a caring friend! They both are. I love Timon's personality! You need to mention in your biographies that he's also the innocent little character of the story! Remember that!


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I simply ask, why was Kopa covered with Kiara?


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I simply ask, why was Kopa covered with Kiara?

Because a different team worked on Simba's Pride. They probably thought it would appeal to more people if they used a girl cub (for some reason... eyebrow.gif ).

Nice article, though. Might be helpful to those who are new to TLK?

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Very nicely done ! =) Lots of useful information and it was very well written ^^

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Nice info, alot of stuff i had wondered about in there, and other things i didnt know at all ^_^ Nice job!

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Lion King 1 1/2 (aka 3) is funny, but not really necessary. But 2 you should see before somebody tries to exile you from the site, lol.


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