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Marco Polo: Return to Xanadu

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  • ♪ If you look to the east ♪
  • ♪ You'll see a new star ♪
  • ♪ Shining high in the evening sky for you ♪
  • ♪ You'll see that star no matter where you are ♪
  • ♪ If you've a heart that's brave and true ♪
  • ♪ You will go on a journey filled with wonders ♪
  • ♪ Off to places beautiful and new ♪
  • ♪ You'll find your way by trying every day ♪
  • ♪ To reach a place called Xanadu. ♪
  • Well, hello, my friends. My name is Babu,
  • and I'm your guide for the story we're about to tell.
  • It's been said that all of us have our own special star
  • and if we follow that star,
  • one day we'll find the things we dream about.
  • This is the story of one very special star
  • and a young man named Marco.
  • Don't be bashful.
  • Come on.
  • Our story begins more than 700 years ago in Xanadu,
  • the fabled city of Kubla Khan.
  • Today, the people are preparing a farewell celebration
  • for the famous explorer, Marco Polo.
  • Inside the palace, Kubla Khan has summoned
  • his Minister of State, Foo-Ling.
  • Is he ever on time?
  • O great one, forgive me.
  • O master of the world,
  • I am here to serve, O mighty one.
  • What is your wish, O Great Khan?
  • Now listen to me.
  • I want you to go to the treasure room and bring me the chest
  • with the second Magic Medallion.
  • I've decided to give it to Marco Polo as my farewell gift.
  • - What? - He will begin his journey home tomorrow.
  • I beg you to reconsider, O Kubla Khan.
  • I fear the medallion will lose its power
  • if it's given to a foreigner.
  • Or perhaps it will be used against you
  • - if it falls into enemy hands. - What?
  • Are you suggesting that Marco could be my enemy?
  • How dare you question my wishes?
  • Bring the medallion at once.
  • At once, O celestial one.
  • At once, great, wise leader.
  • Yes, yes, at once, Great Khan.
  • Your command will be obeyed, O great one.
  • ( sighs ) Whew.
  • Marco Polo will never have the Magic Medallion.
  • One day, the Throne of Xanadu will be mine.
  • Yes.
  • ( fizzling )
  • ( crackling )
  • I will always remember this night
  • with great happiness, my friend.
  • And with sadness, too.
  • Your going away makes my heart heavy.
  • And I will miss you, too.
  • Ah, but perhaps there's a way
  • we can see each other again very soon.
  • But you know that my homeland is far away.
  • ( crackles, booms )
  • Perhaps Italy is not as far away as you think,
  • my dear Marco.
  • I'm not sure I understand what you mean.
  • As my parting gift, I'm going to give you
  • a second Magic Medallion,
  • so powerful it will bring us together instantly
  • any time we wish to visit each other.
  • Hmm.
  • No one's around.
  • Ah...!
  • Yes, yes, yes, yes.
  • Father's medallion.
  • I'm sure he meant for me to have it.
  • How could Khan even think
  • of giving its great power to Marco Polo?
  • No, it's mine.
  • I'm the future emperor of Xanadu.
  • Yes.
  • Nothing can stop me now!
  • ( laughing )
  • The magic of the medallions
  • is so incredibly powerful, Marco.
  • So great, it can upset the balance of the universe.
  • So dangerous, it can never be allowed
  • to fall into the wrong hands.
  • I'm tired of waiting for Foo-Ling.
  • Go to my treasure room and bring the chest,
  • the one with the Magic Medallion.
  • Yes, Great Khan. At once.
  • Kubla Khan: And find Foo-Ling!
  • The Khan commands us
  • to bring the chest with the medallion.
  • But only Foo-Ling is allowed in the treasure room.
  • Foo-Ling is nowhere to be found.
  • I must bring Khan the medallion now.
  • ( all gasp )
  • The chest with the medallion!
  • It's missing!
  • Shall we look in the dungeon?
  • Guard: Foo-Ling was there earlier today.
  • Foo-Ling? Foo-Ling.
  • He's not here, but there's the chest.
  • That must be the chest Khan wants.
  • And what's this scroll?
  • Maybe it goes with the chest.
  • We should take this back to Kubla Khan.
  • This is ancient.
  • - Guard: Do you know what it says? - No.
  • But Khan will know what it means.
  • We found these in the dungeon, Great Khan.
  • Mm, and why was this not in the treasure room?
  • And what about Foo-Ling?
  • The box is empty.
  • Where is Foo-Ling?
  • You think Foo-Ling stole the medallion?
  • I don't know. But he's gone.
  • What is the scroll's meaning?
  • This was written by Foo-Ling's father,
  • Khandu, many years ago.
  • As the greatest wizard of his time,
  • Khandu summoned all his powers to create
  • a special gift for me...
  • two Magic Medallions.
  • One medallion will always lead to the other.
  • The medallions can only be used for good.
  • If one is destroyed...
  • the other will lose its power.
  • I cannot leave my people to chase after Foo-Ling,
  • but I can stop him.
  • Wherever he is, in place or time, he's trapped.
  • Each of our families will keep half of the Magic Medallion.
  • Is it possible for the power of the medallion to return?
  • Yes, my friend. But only when our families
  • and the medallion
  • are joined again in Xanadu.
  • The power of the medallion will be restored,
  • and Foo-Ling will be brought to justice.
  • - Ooh! - Ah!
  • Oh, ah-ah-ah!
  • ( laughs )
  • Hear me, Kubla Khan...
  • and Marco Polo.
  • It won't be so easy to find me as you think.
  • And I'll do everything in my power
  • to make sure your medallion is never rejoined.
  • Truly the fates of both our families
  • are joined together forever.
  • ( laughing )
  • - A star. - Oh.
  • It wasn't there a moment ago.
  • - What could it mean? - It is a sign.
  • A great new star that will lead another Polo to Xanadu.
  • Now that you know the legend of the medallions,
  • we will move forward in time to meet another young man,
  • also named Marco Polo.
  • Young Marco is returning home
  • from his first voyage at sea
  • as a cabin boy.
  • Soon, he will begin a great adventure
  • that I will be a part of.
  • Well, Marco.
  • I see you're looking at that locket again.
  • I've been thinking a lot lately about my parents.
  • I really miss them.
  • Man: But Marco, take my advice
  • and don't be foolish.
  • You'll make yourself sad by wishing
  • they hadn't disappeared when you were a small boy.
  • Think about what lies ahead.
  • Your future will be as bright as that star.
  • ♪ When I see that shining star ♪
  • ♪ I always wonder where you are ♪
  • ♪ Could that starlight really be ♪
  • ♪ Your faces smiling down at me? ♪
  • ♪ I'm not sure if I'll ever know ♪
  • ♪ Which way the winds of fate may blow ♪
  • ♪ I'll keep on searching near and far ♪
  • ♪ Because to me, you'll always be ♪
  • ♪ My shining star ♪
  • ♪ Shining down on me tonight ♪
  • ♪ Your love will be my guiding light ♪
  • ♪ Will you always be with me? ♪
  • ♪ Can you lead me to my destiny? ♪
  • ♪ It doesn't matter where I'll be ♪
  • ♪ What joy or trouble I may see ♪
  • ♪ It doesn't matter where you are ♪
  • ♪ Because to me ♪
  • ♪ You'll always be ♪
  • ♪ My shining star. ♪
  • ( bell ringing )
  • ( yawns )
  • ( mumbling )
  • Marco, we are now coming into port.
  • Sir, I'll go forward to help you guide the ship.
  • Marco: Hey, Reg! Reg!
  • It's me, Marco! I'm home!
  • Hmm? Huh?
  • Go get ready to secure the bowlines, Marco.
  • Yes, sir.
  • Oh, boy. Marco's home.
  • Hooray.
  • Here it comes!
  • Okay.
  • Mr. Giovanni. I wonder what good news
  • - he has for us. - Hmm?
  • Welcome home!
  • How was your voyage?
  • Everything's shipshape.
  • I'd say Marco had quite an adventure.
  • But his grandfather worried so much about him.
  • It sure is good to be back home.
  • Give your grandfather my regards.
  • Hurry home. There's a strange wind blowing tonight.
  • This easterly wind is most unusual.
  • Boy, I'm hungry.
  • We'll surprise Grandpa with dinner, Reg.
  • Hmm.
  • ( growls )
  • ( Foo-Ling laughing )
  • I'll take that medallion, Princess.
  • You no longer have a need for it.
  • Ha-ha. How could you know
  • when you made me minister of state
  • that I planned to seize the throne?
  • I know my loyal subjects will help
  • and protect me from your evil powers.
  • But I have the Medallion of Kubla Khan.
  • All Xanadu is mine.
  • That medallion will do you no good.
  • It is written that Marco Polo--
  • ( laughs )
  • I know all about the heir of that meddler, Marco Polo.
  • At this very moment,
  • - my men are disposing of him. - ( gasps )
  • He's through. How sweet.
  • Marco: Should I close the shutters, Grandpa?
  • No, I can manage.
  • Marco, come look at this.
  • A bright new star is shining in the east.
  • But this wind makes me feel uneasy.
  • Marco: What is it, Grandpa?
  • Perhaps he is still too young.
  • - Too young for what? - To learn your destiny, boy.
  • There's a great adventure ahead.
  • Adventure? But where are we going?
  • The journey is for you alone.
  • This scroll was brought back from China
  • by your ancestor, Marco Polo.
  • And describes a powerful medallion
  • owned by the ruler of Xanadu.
  • The Great Khan broke the medallion
  • and gave one of the halves
  • to his dear friend, Marco Polo.
  • And when a new star appears in the east,
  • another Polo must travel to Xanadu
  • to join the two halves of the medallion.
  • But watch out!
  • Guard the medallion with your life.
  • - Look out! - Ah!
  • He's trying to get the medallion.
  • - ( vulture squawking ) - ( grunting )
  • ( squawking )
  • Take that! And that!
  • Stay out!
  • - ( sighs ) - Grandpa: Marco, you must leave now.
  • There's no time to waste.
  • Well, Malgor is back.
  • ( panting ) Hey!
  • ( snickers )
  • - Hey. - Huh?
  • - Let's go. - Oh.
  • This must be the house, Wong Wei.
  • ( sighs )
  • We know you're in there, old man.
  • Open up.
  • We're wasting time.
  • ( groans )
  • Who's there?
  • ( growls )
  • - Man: There he is. - Wong Wei: Seize him!
  • ( growls )
  • Let me go!
  • The boy. Where's the boy?
  • And the medallion?
  • ( groans ) Speak up!
  • Ah! It's not here!
  • Speak up, you old man.
  • Where's the boy and the medallion?
  • - You are too late. - ( groans )
  • The boy is gone.
  • He can't be far away.
  • After him!
  • Foo-Ling will be angry.
  • - We must find that boy. - And the medallion.
  • - Wong Wei: Come on. We've got work to do. - Grandfather: Marco!
  • Well, Reg, this may be the adventure I dreamed about.
  • I'm sorry I left my locket behind.
  • Maybe this medallion will bring us good luck.
  • - Oh. - We need to travel...
  • toward the eastern star.
  • That must be the same star
  • the helmsman and I saw on our voyage home.
  • - Mm. - If we head due east, we should find Xanadu.
  • But it's not on the chart, Reg.
  • It's got to be out there.
  • ( squawks )
  • That star makes me think of my parents.
  • Maybe they're out there somewhere.
  • Foo-Ling: Why are you looking so sad today?
  • Don't you know I love you,
  • my beautiful little plum blossom?
  • Well? And when we're finally married,
  • I will become the legal ruler of Xanadu.
  • - ( Foo-Ling laughs ) - ( growls )
  • I will not marry you, traitor.
  • Why?
  • ( laughing )
  • ♪ Oh, Princess, my princess ♪
  • ♪ It's plain as plain can be ♪
  • ♪ Each of us is a slave to his destiny ♪
  • ♪ You, ha-ha, with all your innocence and beauty ♪
  • ♪ And with an unfortunate sense of duty ♪
  • ♪ You, my dear, were born to be the queen ♪
  • ♪ While I... ♪ ( laughs )
  • ♪ I was born to be mean ♪
  • ♪ He's mean ♪
  • ♪ I enjoy kidnapping lovely ladies ♪
  • ♪ I love stealing candy from babies ♪
  • ♪ Oh, you were born to be kissed ♪
  • ♪ And I... ♪ ( laughs )
  • ♪ I was born to be hissed... ♪
  • ( hissing )
  • ♪ Stretching victims on the rack you think is frightful ♪
  • ♪ Till their bones begin to crack ♪
  • ♪ I say, hoo-hoo, delightful ♪
  • ♪ You love peace ♪
  • ♪ I say that's a terrible bore ♪
  • ♪ Couldn't you and I start a nice little war? ♪
  • - ♪ I'm mean ♪ - ♪ He's mean ♪
  • - ♪ As I can be ♪ - ♪ As he can be ♪
  • - ♪ A villain's villain ♪ - ♪ Oh, yes, oh, yes ♪
  • ♪ Just one thing makes me mad ♪
  • ♪ Makes him very, very mad ♪
  • ♪ That's when others go seeking, yuck, happiness ♪
  • ♪ It's the wicked of the past ♪
  • ♪ Who made the history that will last ♪
  • ♪ And though I'm not the first ♪
  • ♪ I mean to be the worst ♪
  • ♪ The most dishonest, disgraceful ♪
  • ♪ Disloyal, despicable villain ♪
  • ♪ The world has ever seen ♪
  • ♪ We mean, da-da-da-da-da, he's mean ♪
  • ♪ I'm mean. ♪
  • What do you mean, my sweet thing,
  • when you say you don't want to be my wife?
  • You're old enough to be my grandfather,
  • you scoundrel, you.
  • Ha-ha, she really adores me.
  • ( princess sobbing )
  • O great star of the east.
  • Give me some sign that all is not lost.
  • What? The boy is still alive?
  • And why didn't you bring me the medallion?
  • Incompetent imbeciles.
  • I should have you both boiled in oil.
  • Track him down and capture him, understand?
  • - Uh-huh. - Now go to the Mountains of the Monster.
  • There's no other way he can reach Xanadu.
  • ( both ) No, master. Not the Mountains of the Monster.
  • Am I surrounded by bumbling amateurs?
  • Find that boy!
  • Get going. On the double.
  • ( groaning )
  • Oh, God.
  • You just cannot find any decent help these days.
  • And what are you doing?
  • Find the boy and get the medallion!
  • ( squawks )
  • Those idiots will take a hundred years
  • to find the descendant of Marco Polo.
  • I should do away with him before he gets to Xanadu.
  • The Face in the Flame can help.
  • I am here, O evil master.
  • What do you want from me?
  • I want you to help me destroy that boy.
  • Give me some of your terrible power.
  • I want to turn his bones to jelly.
  • - How jolly. - And his medallion?
  • Once I have it, the curse of the nasty Polos
  • is finished forever.
  • Hmm.
  • - I can help. - I knew you'd come through for me,
  • oh, you naughty Flame.
  • Look into my eyes.
  • You will see a boat sailing towards Xanadu.
  • I grant your wish
  • and send my powers with you.
  • ( thunder crashing )
  • Wait! Wait!
  • The sea is getting really rough, Reg.
  • I'm having trouble holding the sail.
  • ( groans ) Oh.
  • I won't be able to hold on much longer.
  • ( Marco groans )
  • Descendant of Marco Polo,
  • prepare to meet your doom.
  • There is no power as great as mine.
  • You will not interfere with my plans
  • to rule Xanadu forever.
  • Ah!
  • Oh!
  • ( groans )
  • Marco! Marco, hold on!
  • - ( laughs ) - You stop that.
  • - Put him down! - Now, good riddance!
  • Reg: Marco!
  • Marco!
  • ( Foo-Ling laughing )
  • Why don't you pick on someone your own size?
  • Someone like me!
  • Grandfather: Marco...
  • Guard the medallion.
  • Marco, where are you?
  • Reg: Marco?
  • Oh, no.
  • Marco.
  • Wake up.
  • ( sighs )
  • Hmm?
  • ( snoring )
  • - ( clangs ) - Three bells and all is well.
  • Help, wake up! We need help!
  • ( snoring continues )
  • Ah!
  • Hmm?
  • - Over this way. - Who are you?
  • - Come on. - ( groans )
  • - ( laughs ) - Hey, now.
  • Hey, hey, hey. Come back here,
  • you bloomin' bit of shark bait.
  • - ( growls ) - Look here.
  • - Down there. - Eh?
  • Blimey, if it ain't a mere lad in the sea.
  • Man overboard!
  • Man overboard!
  • ( groaning )
  • How many times do I have to tell you blokes?
  • As first mate, I have the right of way.
  • - Finally. - Man overboard.
  • Why, it's just a boy, you idiot.
  • - You can't shout "man overboard"... - Do something.
  • if it's just a boy overboard.
  • That's right, eh.
  • Bring him up so he can do the dirty work.
  • You're making me mad.
  • ( groans )
  • Hey, I'll get you,
  • you pea-brained barnacle, you!
  • Hey! Ah!
  • ( yells )
  • Bullseye.
  • First mate: Man and boy overboard.
  • Get me a rope, mates.
  • - Sailor: Yes, sir. - Now.
  • ( groans )
  • You're demoted to sixth mate for that,
  • you bumbling oaf.
  • Hmm?
  • ( groans ) Let's do this salvage job properly
  • and by the book.
  • Watch it, mate.
  • ( groaning )
  • All together.
  • - Let's heave. - Heave.
  • First mate: Now, once again.
  • Sailors: We're getting tired.
  • Don't let go.
  • This guy won't dare drop ya.
  • Oh, saved.
  • Phew.
  • What's this silly kid doing floating around
  • in the middle of the-- yeah?
  • That medallion must be worth a bloody fortune.
  • Share and share alike, I always say.
  • Go get the captain and be quick about it.
  • Aye, aye, sir.
  • ( laughs )
  • Get the captain, get the captain.
  • Uh, Captain!
  • There's a boy out there with a bloomin' fortune
  • hanging 'round his neck.
  • It must be worth a million.
  • - Maybe even two million. - Yeah.
  • Uh, the captain's fast asleep, sir.
  • I don't think he wants to be disturbed.
  • - Eh? - Oh?
  • ( groans )
  • What? Where... am I?
  • All right, get back to work, ya silly fools.
  • And you, boy.
  • What are you doing out here in the middle of the ocean?
  • Well, I was on my way to Xanadu when a storm blew up.
  • Sailor: The captain is coming.
  • The captain's coming!
  • Oh? Oh?
  • Whoa!
  • - Uh-oh. - Attention.
  • Hmm. ( humming )
  • - What? - Where is that bloomin' treasure?
  • You thought I was sleeping,
  • but I know what's going on.
  • Captain, look. Our treasure is running away.
  • He won't get far if I have anything to say about it.
  • ( whistles )
  • - Captain: Come down here at once. - Yikes!
  • Hey, leave him alone. He's my friend.
  • Whoa!
  • Whoo!
  • Hmm?
  • ( yelling )
  • ( water splashes )
  • Oh, dear. Uh...
  • man overboard!
  • I mean, boy overboard!
  • Well, don't just stand there.
  • - The medallion. - I have an idea.
  • Bribe the bird to bring back the medallion.
  • Seagulls love sardines.
  • Oh, yeah. Good idea.
  • Maybe I should order up a flounder.
  • Flounder! Flounder!
  • - Huh? - Sailor: How, about a nice sardine...
  • for that worthless trinket?
  • - ( groans ) - Sailor #2: How about two sardines?
  • Sailor #3: How about two sardines and a flounder?
  • Marco!
  • Land!
  • ( groans )
  • This way, Marco. Hurry, I'm hungry.
  • ( humming )
  • Huh? Oh.
  • Here comes the flagship of the sultan's fleet.
  • - ( laughing ) - Why, it's the grand admiral!
  • And a gull for a first mate.
  • - ( laughing continues ) - Humph.
  • Can I dock this great ship of yours, please, sir?
  • ( laughs ) Look at him.
  • - Okay, now lift him up. - ( groans )
  • Man #2: Make way, make way.
  • Whoa, whoa!
  • - Man #3: Give the lad room. - Whoa!
  • - Man #4: Stand aside there. - Reg!
  • Welcome, young traveler, to my humble kingdom.
  • Please tell me your name.
  • My name's Marco. Hello.
  • Sultan, shall we take him to the marketplace
  • for something to eat?
  • Malgor tracked the boy to this port.
  • If he's here, we'll find him. ( cackles )
  • Lo Fat: But Wong Wei, there's so much to do in this city.
  • Why couldn't we spend a little more time
  • just getting into trouble?
  • I'm sure Foo-Ling wouldn't mind.
  • What? Foo-Ling said to capture the boy
  • and the golden medallion
  • and bring them back to him.
  • What wonderful tortures our evil master will concoct
  • for Marco Polo, don't you think?
  • Hey, wait for me. Wait for me, hey!
  • These bananas are delicious.
  • - Do you want one, Reg? - ( groans )
  • - Lo Fat: There's the boy! - ( groans ) Huh?
  • - Oof. - Ow!
  • Oh, run, Marco, run!
  • You numbskull, which way did he go?
  • That way. Hurry.
  • Come on, Reg.
  • ( squawking )
  • Whoa!
  • - Oh, look. Look. - Ah!
  • - Whoa. - ( gasps )
  • Look what you've done.
  • Merchant: Get away from here! Away!
  • ( clattering )
  • - ( grunts ) - Now listen to what I have to say.
  • I, Babu, tell you the world is an illusion
  • made by mind.
  • The senses are snares by which the mind deludes itself.
  • Let me demonstrate.
  • ( hissing )
  • Babu: Now before your very eyes,
  • these serpents will vanish into thin air.
  • ( crowd gasps ) Oh!
  • - Oh! - You see?
  • Was it not an illusion, my friend?
  • Ahh.
  • Hmm.
  • Why did those snakes appear
  • and then disappear?
  • Because I reached into your minds, dear friends,
  • and made you see something that did not exist.
  • - ( gasps ) - Quick, lad.
  • - Into the basket. - Whoa.
  • - Hey. Look. - Ow.
  • There goes the boy into the basket.
  • Ah, but how can you be sure, my friend?
  • You think the boy is in the basket?
  • Well, of course he is.
  • Yeah. Now we get the lovely medallion.
  • - ( laughs ) - But it's just an illusion.
  • Illusion.
  • ♪ Illusion, illusion ♪
  • ♪ All that you see is illusion ♪
  • ♪ Tiger in a tree? Sorcery? ♪
  • ♪ Which shall it be? Illusion ♪
  • ♪ Sweets in a dish ♪
  • ♪ Swims like a fish ♪
  • ♪ Flies like a bird-- illusion ♪
  • ♪ Jewels? Ha-ha, fools! ♪
  • ♪ What's in a word? Illusion ♪
  • ♪ Look into my eyes, tell me, what do you see? ♪
  • ♪ Is it but a dream or reality? ♪
  • ♪ The shape of things to come ♪
  • ♪ The shadows of the past ♪
  • ♪ Phantasmagoric images that just won't last ♪
  • Crowd: ♪ Ooh... ♪
  • ♪ Ah... ♪
  • ♪ Stop, look deep into my eyes ♪
  • ♪ Do you really believe ♪
  • ♪ That truly you are seeing ♪
  • ♪ What you think you perceive? ♪
  • ♪ Is that a young man in a basket ♪
  • ♪ Wrapped up from head to toe? ♪
  • ♪ A strange-looking package ♪
  • ♪ With no place to go ♪
  • ♪ Wrapped up so tightly you can see ♪
  • ♪ This quite immovable shape ♪
  • ♪ Is hardly in position to effect escape ♪
  • ♪ Thrust the sword in so ♪
  • ♪ Thrust another in here ♪
  • ♪ Then another and another ♪
  • ♪ Yet another-- oh, dear ♪
  • ♪ We really have to doubt ♪
  • ♪ Any creature could survive ♪
  • ♪ Alas, alas, poor boy alive ♪
  • ♪ Illusion, illusion ♪
  • - ♪ All that you see is illusion... ♪ - Grab onto the rope, quickly!
  • Babu: ♪ To hope against hope ♪
  • ♪ There's an end to the rope ♪
  • ♪ The answer is, "Nope" ♪
  • ♪ Illusion. ♪
  • They're up that rope somewhere.
  • - Let's get 'em. - Wait for me.
  • ( both groan )
  • Help, help, help!
  • Ack! ( groaning )
  • ( thunder crashing )
  • Some say there is a secret cave
  • going through the mountain.
  • I have also heard that the cave
  • is guarded by a terrible monster.
  • But come with me.
  • I have much to tell you
  • and you have much to learn.
  • Marco: Wait. I don't even know your name.
  • ( thunder crashing )
  • Oh, well.
  • I must figure a way to retrieve the medallion
  • from the bottom of the sea,
  • but at least the descendant of Marco Polo
  • is gone forever.
  • ( laughs )
  • This way, Princess.
  • - Quickly. - ( gasps )
  • I bribed a guard to open the gate
  • for only a few minutes, Princess.
  • - We must hurry. - But, Pangu,
  • you are risking your life.
  • My dear princess,
  • life is not worth living under Foo-Ling.
  • Hurry, come this way.
  • - Are we nearly there? - Almost, my princess.
  • ( puffs )
  • Across the courtyard through here, quickly.
  • ( creaks )
  • Princess: Oh, poor Rajah.
  • ( groans )
  • Well done, Rajah.
  • Charge!
  • Look, it's Rajah, the royal elephant.
  • ( trumpeting )
  • The princess must not escape.
  • Close the gates. They must not get through.
  • ( guards grunt )
  • Guard: She's escaped! The princess has escaped!
  • Come back here now!
  • You won't get far. Come back.
  • Come back before it's too late.
  • Where are we going, Pangu?
  • Deep into the jungle,
  • to the headwaters of the Sacred River.
  • No one will find us. You'll be safe.
  • On, Rajah. On.
  • Babu, you still haven't told me how you knew about
  • the legend of the medallion.
  • Did you once live in Xanadu? Whoa.
  • - ( gasps ) - Be careful now, Marco.
  • - Marco! - Whoa!
  • - ( groaning ) - Oh!
  • Now this time that boy and the medallion
  • must not escape us.
  • We can just wait here and Malgor will find them.
  • ( laughs, squawks )
  • Foo-Ling has the heights well guarded.
  • And we might slip by one monster
  • more easily than thousands of mountain guards.
  • - ( squawks ) - Can't you hear him, you idiot?
  • - Let's go! - Look, Malgor has found the boy.
  • Get the troops. We have them trapped.
  • ( crashing )
  • We found them at last.
  • There. Come on.
  • ( crashing )
  • Oh!
  • Whoa!
  • ( growling )
  • They're coming.
  • Waterfall.
  • What do we do now, Babu?
  • - ( gasps ) - Wong Wei: Let's get them.
  • Oh, Babu, Babu.
  • Oh, dear. Oh, Marco. Oh, oh, oh!
  • - Oh, dear! - Oh, my, my!
  • No, it's the monster!
  • - It's horrible! - We're gonna die!
  • - What's happening? - I don't know!
  • Marco!
  • No, no! Oh, wait for me!
  • The monster gobbled that boy Marco all up, didn't he?
  • Ha, yes, he did.
  • What wonderful news for our evil master.
  • Boy and magician devoured by hideous monster.
  • ( laughs )
  • ( yawns )
  • ( groans )
  • ( all screaming )
  • ( both grunt )
  • Oh, my. My poor heart.
  • Not to mention my skinned knees.
  • Oh, this scare has taken a thousand years off my life.
  • - I'm really sorry, but... - Hmm?
  • - we didn't mean to. - Oh, my goodness.
  • Monster: It's a boy and his grandfather.
  • I'm myopic, you see.
  • How do you do, Mr. Myopic?
  • That's not my name, silly boy.
  • Myopic means that I'm nearsighted.
  • I also have water on the knees,
  • ingrown toenails and--
  • ah... ah... ah-choo!
  • ( groans )
  • That's why I'm called the Delicate Dinosaur.
  • He doesn't look too delicate to me,
  • but remember what I taught you.
  • Things aren't always what they seem.
  • ♪ I'm The Delicate Dinosaurius ♪
  • ♪ And I know that I ought to feel glorious ♪
  • ♪ But life, for me, is one big allergy ♪
  • ♪ I'm the Delicate, the Delicate, the Delicate-- ah-choo ♪
  • ♪ I'm the Delicate Dinosaurius ♪
  • ♪ To you this may seem quite uproarious ♪
  • ♪ But let me explain, to me it's just a pain ♪
  • ♪ To be the Delicate, the Delicate ♪
  • - ♪ The Delicate-- ah-choo! ♪ - No--!
  • ♪ Bronchitis, neuritis, and glacialitis ♪
  • ♪ It's certain I'll catch if they're anywhere around ♪
  • ♪ It may seem quite outrageous ♪
  • ♪ But if it's contagious ♪
  • ♪ I'll catch it, oh, please ♪
  • ♪ Is there a doctor to be found? ♪
  • ♪ You may think it's quite hilarious ♪
  • ♪ I'm high-strung as any Stradivarius ♪
  • ♪ It's no laughing affair, I really can't bear ♪
  • ♪ Being the Delicate, the Delicate, the Delicate-- ah-ah-ah-ah-choo! ♪
  • ( groans ) Ow.
  • You may have noticed that I change colors.
  • If I'm sad, I turn blue.
  • And when I'm feeling good, I turn pink.
  • You certainly lead a colorful life.
  • Ooh, wherever did you get
  • that exquisite medallion?
  • It came from my great ancestor, Marco Polo.
  • It was given to him by Kubla Khan.
  • Kubla Khan? Those mischievous Khan boys.
  • My friend, can you most kindly direct us on our way to Xanadu?
  • Oh, of course.
  • I have an express cave going straight there.
  • Let me see. Was it this one?
  • Or was it that one?
  • Oh, I'm so very mixed up.
  • ( sneezes )
  • - ( groans ) - Reg: Oh, this is no way to travel.
  • I really must learn not to be so rude to my guests.
  • Whoa!
  • Huh?
  • ( birds squawking )
  • Foo-Ling: Imbeciles.
  • Haven't my soldiers caught up with the princess yet?
  • - ( growls ) - Not yet, Sire.
  • Well, send more troops.
  • I know. We'll trap the princess
  • at the headwaters of the Sacred River.
  • Send the fleet of barges upstream.
  • Yes, Your Excellency.
  • The princess will soon learn
  • that I'm not a man one escapes from.
  • Whoa.
  • ( moans ) I want to be married.
  • And soon.
  • We will be safe here, Princess.
  • This Hidden Valley of the Ferns is known to only a few
  • - in the royal household. - Oh, I hope so, Pangu.
  • That evil Foo-Ling seems to have spies everywhere.
  • Shh.
  • I'm afraid we have some unwelcome visitors, Princess.
  • Be calm, and appear not to notice.
  • The fire is not hot enough.
  • We need more wood.
  • ( humming )
  • What have we here?
  • - Let us down. - Who are you?
  • - I beg you, please. - Please.
  • Hey, you. Oh!
  • ( yells )
  • - ( grunting ) - Two spies from Foo-Ling.
  • ( chuckles ) They hardly look the part.
  • Let me down. Let me down before I really get angry.
  • Oh, well.
  • There.
  • Well.
  • I am Babu, who is called wise by many people.
  • The time has come for the prophecy to be fulfilled.
  • But how do we know you are who you say you are?
  • How do we know that you were not sent here to trap us?
  • Pardon me, but I have much to tell you.
  • ( sniffs ) Mmm.
  • Could Marco and I share some of your food?
  • - We're hungry. - Oh, of course.
  • - But there isn't much to eat. - Eh?
  • Pangu, please bring our guests over here.
  • There is barely one bowl for each of us.
  • Allow me to invoke my powers.
  • Stew for a few, now a feast to review.
  • Reg: But nothing for me.
  • A feast for you, too, my friend.
  • Huh? Thanks.
  • This is truly an abundant feast.
  • Oh.
  • Ah.
  • The medallion. You were sent by Foo-Ling.
  • - ( growls ) - Don't be so quick to judge.
  • Let me tell you the legend of the Khan and Polo families.
  • Marco Polo spent 17 years
  • in service to the great Kubla Khan.
  • As a token of their friendship,
  • Khan broke his Magic Medallion in two,
  • giving half to his friend, Marco Polo.
  • It is foretold when the descendant of Marco Polo returns,
  • the medallion will be rejoined
  • and possess a special magic.
  • And now to clean up quickly.
  • So, you see, my friends,
  • we are not the enemy.
  • Marco is the one chosen to return to Xanadu.
  • - So it is true. - Yes, Princess.
  • Our families are reunited.
  • Marco, the princess must tell you more
  • about how we came to be in this jungle.
  • - Hmm? - Perhaps you two should get acquainted.
  • I'd like to know more about you.
  • Let's go for a walk.
  • I say, it seems Marco has things well in hand, Pangu.
  • ( laughs )
  • Oh, Babu, you embarrass me.
  • Mm-mm.
  • We must prepare for my return to Xanadu.
  • - Mm-hmm. - Hmm.
  • Ha. Hmm, Xanadu?
  • My minister of state has seized my throne
  • - and I was forced-- - We've caught two birds with one stone.
  • They've been captured! Oh!
  • - Oh, my goodness. - To the barge with them, and hurry up!
  • And won't our evil master enjoy this prize?
  • - ( chuckles ) - Oh. Ohh.
  • Foo-Ling's soldiers captured Marco and the princess.
  • - Follow me! - Pangu, we must hurry.
  • I'll get Rajah.
  • ( muffled )
  • Cast off the line.
  • Oh, hurry, hurry.
  • Faster, Rajah, faster.
  • ( trumpeting )
  • Hurry, push off.
  • - My princess, come back! - And Marco!
  • They're taking them back to Xanadu.
  • Reginald, fly ahead and stay with them.
  • On, Rajah. Back to Xanadu.
  • Faster, Rajah. Hurry.
  • So, you're back. ( laughs )
  • And how delightful your little friend
  • can join us for the festivities.
  • Tomorrow we will marry
  • and I will be the ruler of Xanadu.
  • I'll die before I marry you, you foul villain.
  • ( cackles ) I'll tame her yet.
  • Foo-Ling, you dirty scoundrel.
  • You have no right to steal the throne of Xanadu.
  • Hmm. Ah, so, is this the respect I get
  • from someone who has been "devoured by the monster"?
  • - Idiots. - ( screaming )
  • Hmm. See here, Marco.
  • I have nothing against you personally.
  • Give me your medallion and you shall be set free
  • and may stay as my personal guest
  • at the royal wedding.
  • - You'll have to catch us first, Foo-Ling. - Foo-Ling: The boy!
  • After him. He's getting away.
  • Get him, get him.
  • - ( groaning ) - Get him, fools! Get him!
  • Come on, Princess.
  • Faster.
  • Marco, the kite.
  • Use the kite to escape.
  • Princess: They're breaking through!
  • Hurry, hurry!
  • - Oh! - ( laughs )
  • Princess!
  • Go get him, Malgor.
  • Free me from this curse of the Polos!
  • ( groaning )
  • Whoa. Whoa. Whoa!
  • ( squawking )
  • Incompetent.
  • - ( growling ) - Foo-Ling: I want that boy destroyed.
  • Whoa!
  • We will have a lovely dinner
  • if that bird doesn't get him this time.
  • Malgor, rid me of that pest once and for all!
  • Whoa!
  • - ( screaming ) - ( laughing )
  • - Oh! - Foo-Ling: Don't be so sad, my princess.
  • Now I shall be Emperor of Xanadu.
  • ( growls ) Never!
  • ( panting )
  • Oh, dear.
  • Marco!
  • And now, my lovely little lotus flower,
  • on with the wedding.
  • Move along, now. Move along, you.
  • Better not be late for the ceremony.
  • Foot soldier: Go on, keep going.
  • Our evil master has so many devoted subjects.
  • Especially when he's devised a nice torture
  • for those who don't attend.
  • ( laughs )
  • Oh, dear. I hope we'll be on time.
  • Hey, look over there.
  • Here comes that villainous traitor
  • who helped the princess escape.
  • Guards, seize him!
  • Stop him! Don't let Pangu get away again!
  • ( moans )
  • ( grunts )
  • ( growling )
  • Ah!
  • Close the gate!
  • - ( screams ) - Stop, I must get in.
  • Hey there. Oh, guards.
  • Look over here at me.
  • Take this traitor to the catapult.
  • The ceremony is about to begin.
  • Oh, dear. My magic is useless.
  • I cannot control their minds
  • if they do not look into my eyes.
  • Marco!
  • Marco!
  • Oh!
  • Marco?
  • Oh, dear, what's happened?
  • Oh, Marco.
  • Marco, wake up.
  • Marco, I'm going to have to get some...
  • help.
  • Babu, Babu, help!
  • Oh, Reginald, it's you.
  • Marco, jungle. Help, help.
  • Marco is not in Xanadu?
  • You must take me to him, quickly.
  • - Reginald, lead the way. - Hey, wait!
  • ( trumpets blaring )
  • Are you ready?
  • Let the ceremony now begin.
  • What is Marco doing so deep in the jungle?
  • This way. Here he is.
  • Oh, no.
  • Babu, help him, please.
  • Oh, my poor Marco.
  • He is still alive,
  • but now I must have help to bring him back to us.
  • Reginald, you say his name.
  • And Rajah, make a very loud noise.
  • ( trumpeting )
  • Marco, wake up! Marco!
  • ( groans ) Babu, what happened?
  • I do not know how you got here, but...
  • we must return to Xanadu quickly
  • to stop the marriage ceremony.
  • O ever-present spirit of the Great Khan,
  • we invoke your aid and your blessing
  • on this ceremony we are about to perform.
  • Bring the royal medallion.
  • Isn't it exciting?
  • Our evil master will soon be emperor.
  • Yeah. That'll make him a real legal villain.
  • You must put the medallion around my neck
  • - to make it all official. - I refuse.
  • Would you prefer
  • that something unpleasant happen to Pangu?
  • Won't it be fun to watch your faithful servant
  • go flying over Xanadu? Well?
  • - Oh, oh! - ( trumpeting )
  • - Huh? - ( trumpeting )
  • - Oh? - ( guards gasp )
  • Whoa!
  • ( grunting )
  • Hey, what's this?
  • ( grunting )
  • Stop those meddlers! Stop them!
  • ( groans )
  • ( grunting )
  • Look at me.
  • Oh?
  • ( laughing )
  • - Pangu: Run, Princess. - After her!
  • Grab the princess!
  • We got you now.
  • Look here.
  • You've been bad, but now you're good.
  • Huh? Huh?
  • Babu: You will do just as you should.
  • Take care of the princess, Babu.
  • ( grunts )
  • ( gasps ) Ah!
  • I've got to get to the Flame.
  • It will tell me what to do.
  • Face in the Flame, what do I do now?
  • Flame, think of something. Help me, please.
  • You've used up all your wishes, evil master.
  • Foo-Ling, this time I've got you.
  • I still have some tricks up my sleeves.
  • ( groans ) Try to catch this!
  • Oh! That wasn't very nice of you.
  • - No, no. - Now you will pay for your crimes.
  • You won't get away this time.
  • ( groaning )
  • ( yelling )
  • ( crowd gasps )
  • ( groans ) Help, help!
  • Help me, kindhearted citizens of Xanadu!
  • Help!
  • Where are you, my lovely vulture?
  • Come, Malgor! Save me!
  • Help! Help!
  • Oh!
  • Oh, yes, yes!
  • It appears that Xanadu is now at peace.
  • And Kubla Khan's medallion is joined again.
  • Only when our families and the medallion
  • are joined again...
  • will Foo-Ling be brought to justice.
  • Babu: With every bit of happiness
  • comes a little bit of sadness, too.
  • You know I must go to find my parents.
  • And I must take my place on the Throne of Xanadu.
  • Each of us has a road to follow.
  • But we'll all be together again.
  • I'd really like to believe that.
  • Always follow your heart.
  • But I must stay here and rule.
  • Princess: And what's to be done with them?
  • I have a suggestion.
  • Would you like a job helping the princess?
  • Then you'll get another chance.
  • But I'll be watching.
  • ( Foo-Ling groans )
  • You know I'm terrified of heights.
  • Put me down!
  • Oh, I think I'm going to be sick.
  • Put me down!
  • Oh, no. I can't look.
  • Put me down!
  • No, you stupid bird!
  • Not now!
  • Help! Help!
  • Help! Help!
  • To the cave.
  • And my treasure.
  • Slow down, idiot. Birdbrain.
  • Oh, no!
  • ( gasps ) What?
  • If one is going to be extra naughty like me,
  • it's always best to have an escape plan.
  • Hmm...
  • the Magic Medallion
  • I stole from Kubla Khan years ago.
  • The Medallion of Kubla Khan.
  • What? Always asleep on the job.
  • I must remember to get a new vulture.
  • Now for some fun.
  • With this medallion, all the world will be mine.
  • This is definitely not good.
  • I know those fools have rejoined their medallion.
  • Now there's no end to my power.
  • I can go anywhere in the universe again.
  • I can make trouble wherever I go.
  • ( laughing )
  • I will have my revenge.
  • Oh, my. This is terrible.
  • I must-- I must run and warn Marco.
  • Oh, boy.
  • I-- hurry.
  • I don't want to leave,
  • but I really have no choice.
  • ( sobbing )
  • Never forget to listen to your heart.
  • I'll be back. I promise you.
  • Let's go!
  • I must find my parents.
  • ♪ Marco Polo, heart so true ♪
  • ♪ Please return to Xanadu ♪
  • ♪ While you're gone, I'll think of you ♪
  • ♪ Now, my friend, a sweet adieu ♪
  • ♪ Hearts hold secrets, mine does too ♪
  • ♪ Could it be the same for you? ♪
  • ♪ All good fortune every day ♪
  • ♪ While you are so far away ♪
  • ♪ My heart reaches out to you ♪
  • ♪ Please return to Xanadu. ♪
  • ( growling )
  • ( sobbing continues )
  • ( sneezes )
  • He may look like a monster,
  • but he's really not.
  • So then, what brings you here to us?
  • I have some very troublesome news.
  • While stumbling through my cave,
  • I saw Foo-Ling escape with the Magic Medallion.
  • - He turned it over and disappeared. - One like this?
  • Marco has gone, but you must bring him the medallion
  • so he can chase after Foo-Ling.
  • You want me to swim in the ocean?
  • Oh, it's so cold and full of scary creatures.
  • Oh, I'm sure you can do it. Will you try?
  • - Sure. - You're our only hope.
  • ( whimpering )
  • - ( yelling ) - And watch out for Foo-Ling!
  • - Well, Reg. - Hey, wait, Marco.
  • Reg: All hands on deck.
  • - Marco, oh, look. - Whoa.
  • I'm here.
  • - It's him. - What are you doing way out here?
  • I have an urgent message from the princess.
  • Foo-Ling has escaped to another place and time.
  • And what are we supposed to do about it?
  • The princess' medallion will help you locate Foo-Ling.
  • - Reg: Take off that thing. - Sorry.
  • - Her medallion? - Babu told me to give it to you.
  • Now where did I put it?
  • Oh, here. Now what was I saying?
  • Foo-Ling escaped with the second medallion.
  • This one can find him.
  • - But how does it work? - I forget.
  • - Try shaking it. - Marco: Let's see the other side.
  • Delicate: You did something!
  • Now wha-- where's it taking us?
  • - To Foo-Ling? - Any idea how to turn it off?
  • I feel a bit odd.
  • How undignified.
  • ( all yelling )
  • I guess I can go along for the... ride!
  • ( wailing )
  • Whoa.
  • ( growling )
  • Well, well, well.
  • If it isn't my old friend, Marco Polo.
  • And who are these two nitwits?
  • I beg your pardon.
  • As long as I have this medallion,
  • I'll always know where to find you.
  • So you know the secret of the medallion
  • and you think you can use it
  • to defeat someone so delightfully clever as me?
  • No matter where you go,
  • we'll always be right behind you.
  • ( laughing )
  • Reg: Huh? Oh.
  • - Something strange is going on. - Oh, my.
  • - Looking for someone? - What?
  • I think I'll change the game a bit.
  • Catch me if you can.
  • ( laughing )
  • ( both ) Mm? Hmm.
  • Oh, my, my.
  • Why do you struggle, my fair young thing?
  • Oh, no.
  • Marry me now and you can avoid
  • all kinds of unpleasantness.
  • Foo-Ling: My little friends are very hungry today.
  • They make wonderful pets, don't you think?
  • Your beauty would be wasted on them,
  • but you leave me no choice.
  • Dinner.
  • Dinner, my dear ones, is about to be served.
  • ( slurping )
  • He's down there. After him.
  • Let's go!
  • ( groaning )
  • ( spits )
  • - Get him! - Aha!
  • Oh.
  • - Go get him. - Take that!
  • Hey! When I get my hands on you,
  • I'll add some more feathers to my hat.
  • - Hah! - Oh.
  • Marco: Still up to your old tricks?
  • Now we wouldn't want to upset Foo-Ling, would we?
  • You're finished, Foo-Ling. Surrender the medallion.
  • Ha! Do you honestly think you can defeat me?
  • The most evil villain in the universe?
  • We're just beginning our little adventure together, Marco.
  • I have all sorts of ideas
  • to make our little game interesting.
  • ( laughing )
  • You know, we'd better be going, hmm?
  • We've got to catch up with Foo-Ling.
  • Yeah, you're right, Reg. I'll activate the medallion.
  • Delicate: Here we go again.
  • Reg: Couldn't I just fly there?
  • All: Whoa!
  • - All: Whoa! - Reg: I hate traveling this way!
  • Oh, why?
  • We've now heard the demand from the alien ship.
  • We can fight. Ideas, anyone?
  • Man: We don't have many options, sir.
  • You're right.
  • What's this?
  • Look out below!
  • Heads up! Look out!
  • Whoa! Coming in for a landing.
  • ( all grunt )
  • Sorry.
  • - Please don't be startled. - Marco: Oh, my head.
  • We won't cause you any problems.
  • - Where are we? - We're in deep trouble.
  • - There. - That spaceship looks like Foo-Ling.
  • Foo-Ling: Surrender Earth, or be destroyed by my great power.
  • It sure looks like we have our work cut out for us now.
  • Reg: Foo-Ling's beam is cutting Australia out of the ocean.
  • Captain, we came here to stop Foo-Ling.
  • Please stand back, everyone.
  • Reg: Oh, no. Here we go again.
  • - Where did they go? - How did they do that?
  • Where's Foo-Ling?
  • It doesn't look like anyone's home.
  • Foo-Ling: How nice-- right into my trap.
  • - Where are you hiding? - In good time, my friends.
  • Is it possible he turned into a spaceship?
  • Foo-Ling: Good guess, but wrong.
  • This is all very confusing and annoying.
  • Foo-Ling: Look behind you, fools.
  • How does it feel being at my mercy?
  • Of course, if Marco would surrender his medallion...
  • Ooh.
  • Marco: Delicate, what are you up to?
  • Maybe we can escape through this little door.
  • - Reg: I'm small enough. - I have a better idea.
  • Watch this. ( sneezes )
  • Foo-Ling: What are you doing?
  • Why is it suddenly so warm in here?
  • - ( both ) Yeah. - Foo-Ling: I'm not feeling at all well.
  • Oh, no!
  • What's happening?
  • What have you done to me?
  • Time for a hasty retreat, boys.
  • So long, Foo-Ling.
  • ( Foo-Ling yelling )
  • ( yelling continues )
  • Whoa!
  • - Hey, Reg. I'm stuck. - Just flap.
  • Come on.
  • Reg: Foo-Ling's medallion. That's it.
  • ( yelling )
  • I got it, I got it!
  • No! Hey, that's mine!
  • Whoa, whoa, whoa.
  • ( chuckles )
  • Stop!
  • - ( gasps ) - ( rumbling )
  • Here I go.
  • - Me, too! - My turn.
  • ( gasps )
  • ( both grunt )
  • My poor head. Oh.
  • Such a big fuss.
  • All you had to do was flap your arms like this.
  • - ( chuckles ) - Yeah, right.
  • What an adventure. Yeah.
  • Marco's courage really saved the day.
  • These medallions are so powerful, Princess.
  • You need to keep them in a safe place.
  • Well, maybe I should take them back to my cave.
  • - They'll be safe. - Hmm.
  • Remember what happened last time with Foo-Ling?
  • It doesn't matter.
  • Foo-Ling's been destroyed.
  • - Because of me. - And what about me?
  • I was the one who short-circuited the wiring of his ship.
  • - Shall we? - But I grabbed Foo-Ling's medallion.
  • - Without me... - Princess: Marco, tonight we will celebrate
  • the defeat of Foo-Ling.
  • ( fizzling )
  • What will you do now, Marco?
  • Search for my parents.
  • Princess: It seems as if we're always saying goodbye.
  • ( crackling )
  • So you always remember the time that you spent with us.
  • Marco: Will you read it for me?
  • Princess: It says, "Marco Polo, return to Xanadu."
  • Marco: I will. I promise.
  • ( panting )
  • - ( yells ) - ( squawking )
  • Princess: Marco, my medallion! He took my medallion!
  • Foo-Ling: Still looking for your parents, Marco?
  • ( laughing )
  • It's not over yet, Foo-Ling.
  • And watch out when I catch up with you.
  • And that goes for me too, Foo-Ling.
  • And it was me who grabbed the medallion, you know.
  • ( laughing continues )
  • He's gone.
  • It's Babu.
  • - I didn't mean to alarm you. - No problem.
  • - Will you please accept my apology? - Okay.
  • Your journey is not quite over, Marco.
  • But I'm very proud of you
  • and all these friends who have helped you.
  • It was great to have your help, too.
  • You must be very careful with the medallion.
  • It's the only way Foo-Ling can be found
  • and brought to justice.
  • Princess, Marco needs to keep the medallion.
  • May it lead him back to Xanadu.
  • Always follow your heart
  • and everything is possible.
  • No matter where my travels might take me...
  • - And me. - And me, too.
  • Princess: Farewell, Marco.
  • I know you'll find your parents someday.
  • It was meant to be.
  • Oh, no. Here we go again.
  • Reg: Can't we go another way?
  • - Reg: Goodbye! - Goodbye, Princess!
  • - Oh. - I'll be back!
  • Well, I suppose you think this is the end of our story.
  • Oh, not at all. The adventure has just begun.
  • Are you ready?
  • Well, then...
  • let's go!
  • ♪ Now the world has shown its many wonders ♪
  • ♪ And the fears that held you are no more ♪
  • ♪ You found what's true and what life means to you ♪
  • ♪ So let your heart and spirit soar ♪
  • ♪ Go with courage, strength, and understanding ♪
  • ♪ Know that I will always think of you ♪
  • ♪ Away so far, no matter where you are ♪
  • ♪ Your heart remains in Xanadu. ♪
  • Male singer: ♪ A journey starts with just one step ♪
  • ♪ That's what the wise men say ♪
  • ♪ One candle burning in the dark ♪
  • ♪ Can turn the night to day ♪
  • Female singer: ♪ But fear can burn the candle out ♪
  • ♪ And take away the light ♪
  • ♪ Hold on to courage and your dreams ♪
  • ♪ You'll make the flame burn strong and bright ♪
  • ♪ No voyage is impossible ♪
  • ♪ When your spirit sings ♪
  • ♪ No mountain is too high to climb ♪
  • ♪ When your heart has wings ♪
  • Duet: ♪ A new horizon every day ♪
  • ♪ That's what the journey brings, they say ♪
  • ♪ But only if and when ♪
  • ♪ Your heart has wings ♪
  • Male singer: ♪ There is a map inside your heart ♪
  • ♪ That shows a course that's true ♪
  • ♪ With faith you may, along the way ♪
  • ♪ Find strength to guide you through ♪
  • Female singer: ♪ When disappointment fills your day ♪
  • ♪ And hope fades in the night ♪
  • ♪ You must hold on, await the dawn ♪
  • ♪ And come home in the morning light ♪
  • Duet: ♪ The journey has been wonderful ♪
  • ♪ And now I've learned to see ♪
  • ♪ That everything is possible ♪
  • ♪ When you're here with me ♪
  • ♪ It's not so hard as it may seem ♪
  • ♪ To find a way to reach the dream ♪
  • ♪ Together now ♪
  • ♪ Because our hearts ♪
  • ♪ Have wings. ♪

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Young Marco, whose ancestor was the famous explorer Marco Polo, takes an exciting journey to the mythical kingdom of Xanadu. Brave and resourceful, Young Marco overcomes many dangers put in his way by the evil magician, Foo-Ling, who does not want Marco to reach Xanadu. Foo-Ling has seized the throne, and wants the beautiful Princess Ming-Yu to marry him. But with the help of his friends, Reginald the Seagull, the mysterious Babu and The Delicate Dinosaur, Marco and the Princess manage to join two halves of a magical medallion passed down through their families since the time of Kubla Khan. The great powers of the medallion enable Marco to chase after Foo-Ling through space and time, and one day, bring him back to justice.

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