Summary: To save her father from death in the army, a Chinese maiden secretly goes in his place and becomes one of China’s greatest heroes in the process.
Australian Cinema Release Date: 3rd September, 1998
Australian DVD Release Date: 27th February, 2013
Director: Tony Bancroft, Barry Cook
Screenwriter: Eugenia Bostwick-Singer, Rita Hsiao, Philip LaZebnik, Chris Sanders, Raymond Singer
Cast: Miguel Ferrer (Shan-Yu (voice)), Harvey Fierstein (Yao (voice)), June Foray (Grandmother Fa (voice)), James Hong (Chi Fu (voice)), Miriam Margolyes ((voice)), Pat Morita (The Emporer), Eddie Murphy (Mushu), Marni Nixon (Grandmother Fa (singing voice), Soon-Tek Oh (Fa Zhou (voice)), Donny Osmond (Shang (singing voice), Lea Salonga (Mulan (singing voice), James Shigeta (General Li (voice), Freda Foh Shen (Fa Li (voice)), George Takei (First Ancestor (voice)), Jerry Tondo (Chien Po (voice)), Gedde Watanabe (Ling (voice)), Frank Welker (Khan/Cri-Kee (voice)), Ming-Na Wen (Mulan (voice)), Matthew Wilder (Ling (singing voice), BD Wong (Shang (voice))
Runtime: 88 mins
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