Atlantis: Milo's Return

Synopsis: Milo and Kida reunite with their friends to investigate strange occurances around the world that seem to have links to the secrets of Atlantis.
Production: Walt Disney Home Video
  1 nomination.
70 min

8000 years ago,

Atlantis sank beneath the ocean.

The great crystal,

the source of its power,

was hidden beneath the city.

Robbed of the heart of Atlantis,

my people seemed doomed

to slow extinction.

But now we are reborn.

Obby, hurry.

We must get back to the throne room.

Hold on.

Once again the heart of Atlantis

shines upon us,

healing us, making us strong.

We are using the power of the crystal

to rebuild our city,

and to restore our culture to greatness.

Under the light of the great crystal,

my people are thriving again.

We have uncovered secrets

lost for thousands of years.

The city is once again a center

of knowledge and learning

instead of a place

of ignorance and fear.

- Good day, Queen Kida.

- Good day and be careful.

My father thought it better

to hide the crystal

rather than risk the misuse of its power.

As queen, I can only hope

I am doing the right thing.

How fitting.

The old king need never

shed tears again.

Obby. Obby. All right. Come on.

Show a little respect here.

I never thought the rebuilding

of Atlantis would move so quickly.

I think we only understand a fraction

of what the crystal can teach us.

Well, I know that none of it

would be possible without you.

Okay, one rock.

You know, you're getting

to look like one chubby lava dog.

What is it, Obby? What is wrong?

Queen Kida.

There are intruders

approaching the city.

Oh, my God.

They're coming through the lava tubes.

Where is the patrol captain?

I want them met with fliers.

Wait. They're not intruders.

They're friends.

Oh, it is beautiful.

Yeah. It's amazing what a little paint

and spackle will do.

Audrey, what are you guys doing here?

Just making sure you aren't

making a mess of things down here.

- Come here.

- Hey.

Ah, two for flinching.

Why, thank you.

I hope my hay fever doesn't kick up.


So, who wants to show me

around the city?

Oh, let me. I will do it.

- No, I saw her first.

- No, no. Me, me.

Boys, boys, you're both pretty.

We'll all go.


Jeez, I missed you guys.

But why are you here?

Is Mr. Whitmore okay?

Why don't you ask him yourself?

- Milo.

- Mr. Whitmore!

Not only am I okay,

but this crystal of yours

makes me feel 20 years younger.

Of course,

that still leaves me pretty old.

And this must be Princess Kida,

although, I guess,

it would be Queen Kida now.

And you must be Mr. Whitmore.

Thank you. You brought Milo to me

and made all this possible.

Come. Let us go inside

where you can have something to eat.

I guess your decision to stay here

wasn't as hard as I thought.

Save my life!

- You must try some of this.

- Delicious.

- It's great to see you all again.

- Magnifique.

- Trust me, this is great.

- Not bad.

Pepper sauce.

Never leave home without it.

Puts a little giddy-up in every meal.

Also makes a fine paint remover.

Uh, Sweet, I think this food just moved.

Then you better eat it quick

before it gets away.

Besides, when it's alive,

you don't have to swallow so hard.

Just point them head first

so they know which way to crawl.

Your grandfather would be

proud of you, Milo.

You not only discovered a lost empire,

you probably saved the world

from Rourke's plans for the crystal.

And now you're helping

restore Atlantis to its former glory.

That's quite a rsum

for a cartographer.

I just wish he could be here

to see all this,

and to meet Kida.


Yeah, well, it's great to see

everybody together again.

But something tells me

it's not just for a little reunion.

Uh, I'm afraid you're right.

There's trouble on the surface.

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