1. King Simba has a move with Sora that causes huge rocks to appear and strike opponents, after which he slashes foes—ending, finally, with his summon attack from the first game, Proud Roar.
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19. The Lion King Simba was originally going to be called "King of the Jungle.
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20. Lion King Simba had a special edition that was released in IMAX cinemas.
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23. King Simba lies to his mother, Sarabi, about going to the Water Hole when he is actually going to the Elephant Graveyard.
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28. King Simba makes an appearance on a float in Paris Disneyland with Timon, Pumbaa, Rafiki, and Scar hiding at the back.
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29. King Simba is a prominent character in Disney's Animal Kingdom merchandise and promotional material.
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32. King Simba appears in a painting during the musical sequence, "Wisdom on the Walls".
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34. King Simba is mentioned by Beshte when the young hippo informs Hodari that Kiburi and his float were banished from the Pride Lands for trying to assassinate Simba.
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40. King Simba arrives with his mate, Nala, to praise the legendary eagle Hadithi, who is visiting the Pride Lands.
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57. King Simba escapes and weakly makes his way back to the Pride Lands, where he manages to whisper to Kiara, Timon, and Pumbaa about what has happened before he collapses due to extreme exhaustion.
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63. King Simba quietly apologizes, but Mufasa just says, "Let's go home.
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64. King Simba approaches his father and tries to speak, but Mufasa interrupts, accusing Simba of deliberately disobeying him.
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74. King Simba finally approves of Kiara's love for Kovu and reconciles with his daughter, and accepts the two lions as the future king and queen of the Pride Lands.
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75. King Simba returns to the Pride Lands with Nala, Timon and Pumbaa and finds them barren because their natural resources have been squandered and abused by Scar.
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77. In 1997, The Lion King Simba was adapted into a Broadway musical, with actors Scott Irby-Ranniar and Jason Raize originating the roles of the cub and adult Simbas, respectively.
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