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The King and I is a 1999 animated film adaptation of the stage musical The King and I, which in turn is adapted from the Anna Leonowens story. The film was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Morgan Creek Productions, and released theatrically by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment on March 19, 1999. The animation was done by the Indian company Pentamedia Graphics and the US-based Rich Animation Studios in association with Rankin/Bass Animated Entertainment. This is Morgan Creek's first animated feature film. The story follows an a young Englishwoman who travels to the Siam to become the King's royal schoolteacher in the 1860s. A clash of cultures occurs when the strong-minded Anna Leonowens brings a different way of thinking to the King of Siam and the many children in the royal academy. The film received mainly negative reviews with a 13% "Rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film was also a box office flop. It took in $4,007,565 in its opening weekend, taking the #6 spot at the...
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