The Swan Princess II: Escape From Castle Mountain


1h 15m 1997

Brief Synopsis

Prince Derek and Princess Odette are celebrating a year of marriage. They are happily settled into their castle at Swan Lake with their familiar animal friends when an evil sorcerer decides to rule the kingdom. When he kidnaps Prince Derek's mother, Queen Uberta and, once again, Princess Odette is turned into a swan, it takes the full determination and courage of the friends to right all the wrongs and return happiness to the Kingdom.

Film Details

Also Known As
Svanprinsessan och slottets hemlighet, Swan Princess 2, Swan Princess II, The: Secret of the Castle, The, Swan Princess: Escape from Castle Mountain
MPAA Rating
G
Genre
Fantasy
Musical
Sequel
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Gs Entertainment Marketing Group, Inc.; Title House, Inc.
Distribution Company
LEGACY/LEGACY RELEASING/NEST ENTERTAINMENT; Cts; Skifan Hf; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Burbank, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 15m

Synopsis

A universal tale of romance and adventure based on the original "Swan Princess" (USA/1994). As the story continues, Prince Derek and Princess Odette are celebrating a year of marriage. They are happily settled into their castle at Swan Lake with their familiar animal friends--Jean Bob, the French frog; Speed, a slow but determined turtle; and a Puffin--when an evil sorcerer decides to rule the kingdom. When he kidnaps Prince Derek's mother, Queen Uberta and, once again, Princess Odette is turned into a swan, it takes the full determination and courage of the friends to right all the wrongs and return happiness to the Kingdom.

Crew

Robert Abeyta

Music Recording Engineer

James Arrington

Song Performer ("No Fear Rap")

Patricia Blackburn

Animation Checking

Lim Young Boo

Animation Checking (Overseas Production/Hanho Heung-Up Co)

Jared F Brown

Executive Producer

Jared F Brown

Producer

Adam Burke

Animator

Joey Camen

Song Performer ("No Fear Rap")

Joseph L Campana

Editor

John Celestri

Animator

Chae Young Chi

Production Manager (Oversears Production/Hanho Heung-Up Co)

Kenneth Cope

Song Performer ("Far Longer Than Forever")

Jesse Cosio

Animator

Lex Deazevedo

Songs ("The Magic Of Love" "That'S What You Do For A Friend" "You Gotta Love It" "No Fear Rap" Far Longer Than Forever")

Lex Deazevedo

Music

Peggy Deazevedo

Music Coordinator

Dominique Decaudain

Foley Walker

Denis Deegan

Supervisor

Colm Duggan

Effects Animation

Colm Duggan

Animator

Rick Echevarria

Effects Animation

T Elliott

Effects Animation

Melissa Freeman

Animator

Joe Galbavy

Effects Animation

Jeffrey Gattrall

Layout Artist

Steven E Gordon

Other

Steven E Gordon

Storyboard Artist

Steven E Gordon

Animator

Tim Grace

Other

Daniel Haskett

Animator

Brett Hayden

Production Manager

Mildred Hill

Song ("Happy Birthday To You")

Patty Hill

Song ("Happy Birthday To You")

Mike Hodgson

Layout Artist; Layout Design

Paul Holzborn

Foley Walker

Jeffrey Howard

Effects Animation

John Huey

Effects Animation

Lee Tae Jung

Other

Kim Jung Ki

Other

James F Koford

Supervising Editor

Elena Kravets

Animator

Douglas Lackey

Music Editor

Christy Landers

Song Performer ("No Fear Rap")

Michael Lanning

Song Performer ("You Gotta Love It")

Fred Law

Re-Recording Mixer

Donald Sage Mackay

Song Performer ("That'S Whhat You Do For A Friend" "No Fear Rap")

Hong Sang Man

Animation Director (Overseas Production/Hanho Heung-Up Co)

Greg Martin

Layout Artist

K Douglas Martin

Executive Producer

Brian Mcsweeney

Effects Animation

Brian Mcsweeney

Effects Animation Supervisor

Joseph Medrano

Song Performer ("No Fear Rap")

Thomas Meloeny

Re-Recording Mixer

Paul Murphy

Editor

Michelle Nicastro

Song Performer ("The Magic Of Love" "That'S What You Do For A Friend" "No Fear Rap" "Far Longer Than Forever")

William M Nicholson

Rerecording Mixer

Brian Nissen

From Story

Brian Nissen

From Story

Brian Nissen

Screenwriter

Brian Nissen

Story By

Brian Nissen

Screenplay

Terry L Noss

Co-Producer

Karen Noss-rogers

Colour Models

Jeanette Nouribekian

Other

Frank Paur

Storyboard Artist

Birgitta Erja Pollanen

Layout Artist

Silvia Pompei

Animator

Richard Rich

Producer

Richard Rich

Story By

Richard Rich

From Story

Colene Riffo

Background Artist

Rustico Roca

Background Artist

Clive Romney

Songs ("The Magic Of Love" "That'S What You Do For A Friend" "You Gotta Love It" "No Fear Rap" "Far Longer Than Forever")

Jonathan Salt

Background Artist

Geoffrey Schroeder

Other

Douglas Sills

Song Performer ("No Fear Rap")

Lim Jong Soo

Camera (Overseas Production/Hanho Heung-Up Co)

Doug Stone

Song Performer ("That'S Whhat You Do For A Friend" "No Fear Rap")

Choi Yoon Sun

Other

Chung Moo Sun

Other

Thomas J Tobin

Co-Producer

Donald Towns

Background Artist

Donald Towns

Layout Artist Supervisor

Athanassios Vakalis

Animator

Bernard Van De Yacht

Casting

Dan Wagner

Animator

Todd Waterman

Animator

Larry D Whitaker

Animator

Jake Williamson

Song Performer ("No Fear Rap")

Lee Han Won

Animation Director (Overseas Production/Hanho Heung-Up Co)

Bruce Woodside

Storyboard Artist

Ryan Woodward

Effects Animation

Song Pil Yong

Effects Animation

Seldon O Young

Executive Producer

Film Details

Also Known As
Svanprinsessan och slottets hemlighet, Swan Princess 2, Swan Princess II, The: Secret of the Castle, The, Swan Princess: Escape from Castle Mountain
MPAA Rating
G
Genre
Fantasy
Musical
Sequel
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Gs Entertainment Marketing Group, Inc.; Title House, Inc.
Distribution Company
LEGACY/LEGACY RELEASING/NEST ENTERTAINMENT; Cts; Skifan Hf; Sony Pictures Releasing International; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group
Location
Burbank, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 15m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Limited Release in United States July 18, 1997

Released in United States on Video September 2, 1997

Released in United States Summer July 18, 1997

Sequel to "The Swan Princess" (USA/1995).

Film was originally scheduled to be released on video September 9, 1997.

Began shooting April 1996.

Completed shooting April 1997.

Limited Release in United States July 18, 1997

Released in United States Summer July 18, 1997

Released in United States on Video September 2, 1997