The king himself, Frank Welker voices everyone’s favorite nosy little monkey in Curious George: Royal Monkey. This go around, George gets the royal treatment in a kid-friendly version of the Prince and the Pauper.
After a dispute with his family, King Philippe (also voiced by Welker) trades places with George, which naturally confuses Ted (Jeff Bennett) who is amazed by how well mannered his little primate friend has become. Naturally, the inverse occurs when George confuses the royal family with his monkey business behavior, but in doing so, he helps bring Princess Isabel (Daniela Bodabilla) out of her shell.
This animated features an original score from composer, Germaine Franco and a brand new song from multi-platinum singer and song writter, Andy Grammer.
What’s great about these Curious George stories is they have always been fun for the entire family and parents know they are safe to watch these shorts and features without having to explain certain jokes to their children that they might have been read to discuss with them yet. These moral tales that originated as children’s books created by Margret and H.A. Rey in 1941 continue to delight everyone and with their timeless tales that are just meant to entertain and in some instances instill a moral in early childhood development.
Even Ron Howard knows a good thing when he sees it, as he is one of the executive producers on the film.
Curious George: Royal Monkey is a cute little tale the entire family and enjoy, especially your little ones.