The Lion of Judah is an animated feature film sequel to the movie Once Upon A Stable, set for release in the US on February 25, 2011. The film is written by Brent Dawes and directed by Deryck Broom, and voice cast by Ernest Borgnine as Slink, Leon Clingman as Tony, Georgina Cordova as Judah, Scott Eastwood as Jack, Samantha Gray as Mother Sheep, Roger Hawkins as Hornsby, Anupam Kher as Monty, Michael Madsen as Boss, David Magidoff as Peter, Bruce Marchiano as Jesus, Alphonso McAuley as Drake, Vic Mignogna as Raven 1 and Omar Benson Miller as Horace.

The Lion of Judah movie synopsis: The Lion of Judah, a laugh-filled, heart warming story seen through the eyes of a zany cast of stable animals. Take an eye-opening adventure with a lovable pig (Horace), a faint-hearted horse (Monty), a finicky rat (Slink), a rambling rooster (Drake), a motherly cow (Esmay), a downtrodden donkey (Jack) and a heroic lamb (Judah) and you have got a classic in the making. Upon learning that Judah has been trapped in the clutches of the townspeople and faces the possibility of being the sacrifice at the annual Festival, the stable mates leave their cozy barn and embark on a hilariously funny series of adventures to find and free their friend. During their numerous attempts to find Judah, a wonderful story emerges as they intercept, interact and entwine with history finally seeking out the King, who was born in their stable more than 30 years earlier. The antics of our unique cast crates a uniquely funny and entertaining epic as it winds its way through numerous side-splitting encounters and historical scenes. The whole family will enjoy the telling of this wonderful story as it delicately combines biblical texture and timing and treats the most impacting events with care and humility. Without a doubt, The Lion of Judah will leave you in awe of the power that one lamb can command.

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