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The Emperor's New Groove is a new groove for Disney, too

Better still, New Groove had the good sense not to be a musical. It originally had a song score by Sting, but at some point in the course of production, his five tunes were discarded, though he's still heard performing something haunting under the end titles, and there's an introductory number early on, sung by Tom Jones.

Hoof and mouth: David Spade voices Kuzco the imperial llama (right) in The Emperor's New Groove.
Hoof and mouth: David Spade voices Kuzco the imperial llama (right) in The Emperor's New Groove.

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With the voices of David Spade, John Goodman, Eartha Kitt, Patrick Warburton and Wendie Malick

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Best of all, maybe, the movie manages not to effect an ersatz piety toward the culture in which it's nominally set. There's not an Andean pipe to be heard; but we do get to hear a few bars of "The Girl From Ipanema." The Emperor's New Groove

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