Khan Kluay 2

Khan Kluay 2 is a three-dimensional animated movie from Thailand, directed by Taweelap Srivuthivong and released in 2009. It is the sequel to Khan Kluay and follows the further adventures of the war elephant of King Naresuan the Great. It is set during the war between Ayutthaya and Bago. Its theme is the need to protect family and country.

Khan Kluay 2
Directed byTaweelap Srivuthivong[1]
Music byChatchai Pongprapaphan[1]
CinematographyPhuchid Assawamahasakda
Edited byEvan Spiliotopoulos
Kantana Animation Co. Ltd.
Kantana Group Public Co.
Sahamongkol Film International[1]
Distributed byKantana Animation
Sahamongkol Film International
Release date
  • March 26, 2009 (2009-03-26)
Running time
95 minutes[1]

Voice castEdit

  • Taweelap Srivuthivong as Nga Nil
  • Ann Thongprasom as Chaba-Kaew
  • Attaporn Teemakorn as Khan Kluay
  • Nonzee Nimibutr as Nanda Bayin
  • Varuth Waratham as Jid Rid

English versionEdit

In 2016, Grindstone Entertainment Group produced an English dubbed version of the movie known as Elephant Kingdom, which was released on DVD via Lionsgate Home Entertinment. The first Khan Kluay film was dubbed into English by the Weinstein Company under the name The Blue Elephant. The English version of the second film lacks any ties to the first Khan Kluay film in the writing. Consequently, there are numerous changes in the English version compared to the original film and even the first Khan Kluay film. For example, all the voices in the original are replaced by new actors in the English version, with Cary Elwes replacing Jeremy Redleaf as Khan Kluay, Alexa PenaVega replacing Miranda Cosgrove as Chaba-Kaew, Garrett Clayton replacing Martin Short as Jai, while Patrick Warburton voiced Nanda Bayin. The names of the characters are also changed, Khan Kluay's name is changed to Rok, Chaba-Kaew's name is changed to Melody, and Jai's name is changed to Wingman. This version of the movie can also be found on YouTube.


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