The Lion of Judah
|Lion of Judah|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Deryck Broom
|Produced by||Animated Family Films|
|Written by||Brent Dawes|
Omar Benson Miller
|Music by||AMG Music Group (Produced by: Greg Sims & Adam Carpenter)|
|Distributed by||Rocky Mountain Pictures|
|Running time||87 minutes|
Lion of Judah is a Christian animated comedy-drama film produced by Animated Family Films and starring Scott Eastwood and Ernest Borgnine. It is the sequel to the Christmas short film Once Upon A Stable, taking place 30 years earlier in a Bethlehem stable as The Stable-Mates witness the birth of "The King". Lion of Judah was released to select theaters starting on June 3, 2011, with a domestic DVD release for Easter 2012.
- Scott Eastwood as Jack
- Ernest Borgnine as Slink
- Anupam Kher as Monty
- Sandi Patty as Esmay
- Michael Madsen as Boss
- Georgina Cordova as Judah
- Omar Benson Miller as Horace
- Vic Mignogna as Raven
The film was animated at the Character Matters Animation Studio in Cape Town, South Africa. It was converted to Stereoscopic 3D for theaters and was released in the United States by Rocky Mountain Pictures on June 3, 2011.
The film has a mixed-reviewed 58% audience rating.
- "The Lion of Judah Blu-ray". Blu-ray.com. Retrieved November 9, 2011.
- Official website
- The Lion of Judah on Facebook
- The Lion of Judah at the Internet Movie Database
- Lion of Judah at Rotten Tomatoes
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