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Simba is the protagonist of Disney's animated feature film, The Lion King. He is the son of Mufasa and Sarabi, who was destined to rule the Pride Lands. Richard Tyler, Disney scholar, is most well known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning essay, “From Maleficent to Yzma: The Fall of Female. Le roi et le lion. Revue de l'Histoire des Religions /4: –CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Collins, B. J. Hattushili I, the lion king. CARPRO TRIX A compatibility issue easily be used on a specific. Set to "No" is a ticketing tool majorly used. For those in window, you can and port of the remote desktop joints worked well that can display. The static statement created display use.

The hyena trio gives up chasing him, while Simba continues running into a desert while they call out after him that they'll kill him if he ever returns to the Pride Lands, before returning to Scar and lying that Simba is dead confident that, by logic, the cub will die in that desert anyway. With the deaths of his brother and supposedly his nephew, Scar explains to the pride that Mufasa and Simba were killed in the stampede and claims the throne as the new king. Meanwhile, Simba runs far from home in the desert and eventually passes out from heat exhaustion.

A flock of buzzards descend upon the cub and prepare to eat him, but a meerkat Timon and a warthog Pumbaa chase the buzzards away and find Simba's unconscious body. While Timon is fearful since, as a predator, Simba will eat them when he is older and bigger, but Pumbaa convinces him Simba will not, rather protect them, if they raise him. They take Simba to the edge of the jungle where Timon rehydrates him by splashing water in his face.

When Simba regains consciousness, he thanks them for their help and they offer to let him stay with them, as Simba was an outcast like they were. Sympathetic to the despondent cub, they then teach Simba about their life in the jungle, and about their motto "Hakuna Matata", which means "no worries" and successfully cheer him up.

Simba takes this to heart and, so he will not have to eat them, survives by eating bugs. But they also teach him a very important life lesson, how to put your past behind you, which would become a key role later on in the young prince's life. After years of living an enjoyable easygoing life in the jungle, Simba has grown up into a fairly carefree young adult lion but is reminded of his father's death one night while he, Pumbaa, and Timon are stargazing.

One day, Simba is called upon to save Pumbaa from a mysterious lioness, only for him to discover that the lioness is his childhood friend, Nala. Though Nala is happy, as Simba being alive means that Simba can become king, Simba is hesitant because he still feels guilt about Mufasa's death.

After Simba and Nala spend time alone, they discover their friendship has blossomed into a romantic relationship. However, Nala tries to get Simba to return to the Pride Lands by telling him about how Scar's tyrannical rule has left the kingdom with no food or water due to his allowing the hyena clan to run rampant, but Simba still refuses.

Only encounters with both Rafiki and the ghost of Mufasa are able to convince him to return, as Mufasa reminds him that he must accept his role in the Circle of Life while Rafiki afterwards demonstrates how you can either run from the past or learn from it when he hits him with his stick and Simba then avoids the second attempt. Simba returns to the Pride Lands , where he discovers that his childhood homeland has indeed become a barren wasteland during Scar's reign, with the herds having moved on due to the hyenas invading the Pride Lands and a severe drought creating a great lack of water.

While Timon and Pumbaa distract the hyenas and Nala rallies up the lionesses, Simba goes to find Scar. Simba reveals himself to his uncle after seeing Scar strike down Sarabi. Scar is fearful at first, mistaking Simba for Mufasa upon first seeing him, but is able to recognize Simba upon him identifying himself prompting Scar to give the hyenas a glare since they did not kill him like he ordered them to.

Simba declares to Scar that the pressures of ruling the Pride Lands are no longer his and orders him to step down, but Scar claims that he cannot because all of the hyenas think he's king. However, Nala arrives with the other lionesses and tells Scar that they do not think he's king and Simba is the rightful king. Scar then forces Simba to admit guilt in Mufasa's death to the lionesses and backs him over the edge of Pride Rock, as a lightning strike causes a wildfire around the rock formation, and pierces Simba's paws with his claws just like he did to Mufasa before revealing that he himself killed Mufasa, not Simba.

Enraged upon learning the truth, Simba breaks free of Scar's grip, and pins him down, leaving Scar terrified for his life, and forces him to admit his treachery to the rest of the pride. Alongside the lionesses and his friends, Simba leads a subsequent battle against Scar and his hyena minions. After a fight with Scar at the top of Pride Rock, Simba is able to flip his villainous uncle over the ledge.

There, Scar is mauled to death and consumed by his hyena henchmen as revenge for trying to pin the murder of Mufasa on them as well as his derogatory treatment and broken promises of more food. Simba watches Scar get mauled to death by the hyenas and yet does nothing to save him. With a roar, Simba ushers in his reign as king of the Pride Lands.

By the time the kingdom is restored to its former glory, Simba has taken his rightful place as king. He marries Nala and the two have their own cub, who is presented to the kingdom in a similar manner to the beginning of the film. Though a loving father, he is extremely concerned and over-protective of Kiara due to his life experiences as a cub. One day Simba lets his daughter out to play with Timon and Pumbaa to watch her.

Unknown to Simba, Timon and Pumbaa begin to quarrel about bugs and Kiara slips away from them unnoticed. Kiara ends up crossing over into the Outlands, where she meets Kovu , an Outsider cub whose pride was exiled by Simba due to their loyalty to Scar. Zira tries to goad him into killing Kovu, since the king threatened a death penalty to any Outsider who trespasses, but Simba spares him likely deeming it unethical to kill a young, terrified cub and because his young daughter was present.

After the confrontation, Simba, disciplining her like his father had with him, scolds Kiara for endangering herself and explains to her that they " are one. When Kiara is an adolescent, she heads out into the Pride Lands alone for her first hunt. Simba is worried for her safety and sends Timon and Pumbaa out to watch her again. While Kiara is hunting, Simba paces nervously back and forth at Pride Rock. Zazu assures Simba that his daughter will be fine, but then Simba notices smoke from a wildfire and rallies the pride to go find Kiara.

Kovu rescues her and asks to join the pride. Simba at first tries to send him away, citing his banishment alongside the other Outsiders. Nala, Rafiki, and Zazu convince him to accept Kovu into the pride, reminding that Pride Lands law states that debts must be repaid and they owe Kovu for rescuing Kiara. Simba agrees to these laws but says he will place judgment on Kovu and when the pride returns to Pride Rock, he makes Kovu sleep outside the cave out of distrust.

That night, Simba later has a weird dream of him trying to save his father Mufasa from the stampede but is prevented from doing so by Scar, who morphs into Kovu and is thrown off the cliff himself to share Mufasa's fate. Simba gradually begins to trust Kovu and Kiara and Kovu begin to fall in love. Soon this led to Kovu questioning his loyalty to the Outsiders. After a while, Simba takes Kovu out for a walk and tells him the real story about Scar. However, Zira and the other Outsiders ambush Kovu and Simba while they are walking and talking, automatically reigniting Simba's distrust in Kovu, after Zira congratulates Kovu for leading him into the ambush, "just like they always planned," leading Simba to turn his back on him.

Kovu tries to convince Simba that he did not see the attack coming, and even tries to protect Simba, but is knocked down by his sister Vitani. Simba is injured, but leaps up a river dam to safety, making a few logs fall on Kovu's brother Nuka , who tried to stop him from escaping and dies from his injuries. Kovu is blamed for his death, and Zira strikes Kovu with her claws and gives him a scar over his eye that resembles Scar's. He then flees to the Pride Lands in shame, with Zira telling her pride to let Kovu go.

Simba, still believing Kovu had dark motives when he saved Kiara, exiles the lion after refusing to accept his apologies and silences his daughter when she requests her father to hear Kovu out. Kiara pleads with her father to reconsider, but he responds by banning Kiara from leaving Pride Rock alone again and claims that Kovu used her just to get to him.

Kiara says that Kovu loves her for who she is, to which Simba replies by saying that it's because she's his daughter. Simba also says that Kovu is following Scar's paw prints, and that Simba himself must follow his own father's. Fed up with Simba's stubbornness, Kiara angrily defies her father and exclaims that he will never be her grandfather, which frightens and hurts Simba deeply upon hearing his own daughter tell him in such a heart-wrenching way to stop trying to be someone he isn't.

Later, during a rainstorm, Simba enters the cave and learns from Timon and Pumbaa that Kiara has run away before Zazu arrives and announces that the Outsiders have initiated a war. Simba heads out to fight with his lionesses, Timon, and Pumbaa while sending Zazu to find Kiara. Before the battle begins, Simba, in earnest, offers Zira a final chance to surrender and leave in peace, which the lioness, determined to have Scar avenged, rejects.

At this point, Simba leads the charge against the Outsiders. After a lengthy battle, Simba and Zira confront each other directly. Just as the two are about to clash, Kiara and Kovu leap into the middle of the confrontation. At first, Simba demands Kiara to step aside to allow their fight to continue, but Kiara reminds Simba of what he once told her when she was a cub: that they "are one", which includes the Outsiders. Hearing Kiara's words of wisdom, Simba takes a good look at the Outsiders and the Pridelanders and realizes she is right while also reconciling with her.

The Outsiders, also seeing the wisdom in Kiara's words and realizing their leader's willingness to kill one of her own when she threatens to do so with her own daughter for defecting, abandon Zira entirely and join the Pridelanders. Simba urges Zira to put the past behind her, so that peace may come between them for a better life using the words Timon and Pumbaa once told him ; however, she is too overcome with her hatred and worship of Scar to accept his understanding.

Zira, infuriated, tries to leap at Simba when he is momentarily distracted as the dam breaks, only to be knocked aside by Kiara. The two lionesses tumble into the gorge, which rapidly begins filling with water. Simba jumps down the cliff after them while Zira, despite Kiara's offers of aid, slips and falls to her death into the swirling torrents of the river below.

Simba reaches Kiara and gives her his paw to help her back up the cliff. After Simba and Kiara climb back up to safety, he apologizes to Kovu for banishing him out of spite as he accepts him and the other Outsiders back into the pride, finally trusting Kovu and that he truly loves Kiara.

In celebration, Simba, Nala, Kiara, and Kovu walk up to the promontory of Pride Rock and roar out across the kingdom, along with the rest of the pride, the rest of the animals of the Pridelands celebrating below. The disembodied voice of Mufasa then congratulates him warmly for his wise decision, his deep voice rumbling through the air. We are one. He briefly appears in the movie's opening with the unveiling ceremony where the animals are bowing, although unknown to Mufasa or Rafiki, the real reason they were bowing is that Timon forced Pumbaa to fart in order to clear the crowd and they were trying as best as they could to block out the stench.

More is revealed about Simba's life in the jungle with Timon and Pumbaa after his exile. Simba proves to be a handful, as he scales tall and dangerous trees and swims over waterfalls, not caring about the danger he is in and Timon's frantic efforts to discipline him. As a teenager, he has beaten Timon in every kind of bug-eating contest, along with a snail slurping contest that is shown.

He also has a tendency to wake up at night, thirsty or "needing to go" and in one scene, he mentions that he had a "bad dream", either about his father 's death or getting killed in the stampede trying to get to safety, leading to him sleeping beside Timon and Pumbaa. Later on, Simba has become a teen and is challenged by Timon to a snail slurping contest which Simba walks away from victoriously.

Simba burps after he slurps one last snail. Soon enough, he reunites with Nala, and while they are having a date, Timon and Pumbaa lie in the background attempting to break them up. Simba then leaves the next day to reclaim the throne and get help from Timon and Pumbaa. Before he reclaims the throne, he thanks Timon and Pumbaa; stating "I couldn't have done it without you guys. In the episode " Congo on Like This ", Timon and Pumbaa especially Timon suspect that Simba may have reverted to his carnivorous nature, but the threat is soon established as a disguised wolf trying to lure Timon and Pumbaa away from Simba.

The episode " Shake Your Djibouti " features Simba again where Timon and Pumbaa are forced to train Simba to protect them from a laboratory monster as they fear he has lost his edge, but Simba soon establishes that the 'monster' is actually friendly. In " Gabon with the Wind ", he appears only as a cardboard cutout. He makes another pictured appearance in " Palm Beached " and appears in a water reflection in " Zazu's Off-by-One Day ".

Simba is also alluded to in " Doubt of Africa ", as Timon, while telling Pumbaa that he doesn't see the point of helping out a widowed tigress if they don't get anything in return, says " Why don't we find a lion cub we can raise? Now that's an idea, he can be on our side ", referencing the time they found Simba and raised him.

Another episode entitled " Rome Alone " sees Simba being captured by Romans, who force him into gladiatorial battle with another lion named Claudius when he refuses to eat Timon and Pumbaa, but he gets out of the battle when Claudius falls asleep before the fight after Timon and Pumbaa keep him up all night trying to bribe him to forfeit the contest.

In the episode " Once Upon a Timon ", Simba is implied by Zazu that while he is now king of Pride Rock, he still has his adjustments to the Hakuna Matata lifestyle due to having lived with Timon and Pumbaa for so long. Simba arrives during the episode's climax and persuades Rafiki to finish telling the story of how Timon became an outcast having had an appointment with Zazu that Zazu neglected because he wanted to hear Rafiki's full story about Timon's past.

Simba also appears in a music video of " The Lion Sleeps Tonight " starring Timon and Pumbaa, which appeared at the end of the show's third episode. Simba made numerous appearances in the House of Mouse television series as a guest at the club. He is sometimes seen as a cub or as an adult. In " Timon and Pumbaa ", Simba complains about Timon and Pumbaa's popularity, saying "Those guys always get all the attention!

In " Jiminy Cricket ", Jiminy tells a cub Simba and Nala not to see nothing in the Elephant Graveyard, as they hide behind the table frightened. He also appears in the finale advertisement with Nala being scolded by a babysitting Donald Duck. In " Mickey vs. Shelby ", he was also featured in re-used crowd shots of guests fleeing the club on several occasions. In Mickey's House of Villains , a cub Simba and Nala made a brief cameo appearance when Ed snatched their dinner away.

Which was recycled in " House Ghosts ". First appearing in The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar , Simba is first seen reciting the speech Mufasa gave to him early on in the original film, to his daughter, Kiara. In the middle of the speech, however, Kion and his best friend, Bunga , barge in and cause a distraction. This increases Simba's concern over Kion's immaturity, and he voices his hopes that his son will eventually "grow up". Later on, while at Pride Rock, Simba and Nala are told by Rafiki that Kion has been blessed with the "Roar of the Elders": a power given to the second-born of each Lion King, which indicates the new leader of a team of protectors known as the Lion Guard.

Simba feels Kion is not yet ready for such responsibility, but he eventually agrees to inform Kion of his newfound responsibility, and asks his son to assemble the Pride Lands' finest, the strongest, fastest, bravest, and keenest of sight, to join the guard, assuming that Kion knew he meant lions. In the end, however, Kion and his friends are able to prove their worth by rescuing Kiara from a stampede and fending off troublesome hyenas led by Janja. Because of this, Simba finally agrees with Rafiki's testament, confidently declaring it is time for the Lion Guard to rise again.

Kiara asks if Simba could intervene, but he states that while he is king, he must respect the traditions and ways of other animals in spite of his authority. The family witnesses as Pua and Makuu fight fiercely and evenly before the older Pua starts to wear down and ultimately submit upon being pinned down. With the battle over, Simba acknowledges Makuu as the new leader of the crocodiles and Pua for his service to Pride Lands. He is set to give a tribute to a fallen elephant but must do so in the language of the elephants, which he has a hard time doing, but Zazu attempts to remind him of his other more pleasant royal duties.

In " Bunga and the King ", however, Simba and Bunga find themselves trapped in a massive sinkhole. As they try to free themselves, their equal stubbornness causes them to clash. In spite of this, they soon find something in which they can relate after realizing they were both raised by Timon and Pumbaa, establishing themselves as "half-brothers" in response to this. The episode is also significant in establishing Timon and Pumbaa as not only Simba's best friends but surrogate parents, as well.

Initially, Simba attempts to fully command the Lion Guard but soon comes to accept that he has to trust them to deal with their relevant roles in a crisis on their own. In " The Savannah Summit ", Simba gathers other leaders within the Pride Lands to discuss unity between the diverse species and the future of the kingdom. Significantly, Simba invites the crocodile leader Makuu , who is universally hated by Pride Landers because of his heartless behavior.

However, Makuu makes a legitimate effort to prove his worth, something only Simba believes in for the majority of the summit. In " Let Sleeping Crocs Lie ", Ono and the guard accidentally wake Makuu and his float during their dry season hibernation. Unable to go back to sleep, Makuu seeks Simba's guidance for finding a suitable watering hole for him and the crocs to remain for the dry season.

During the search, Makuu is challenged by his rival, Kiburi , for leadership amongst the crocodiles. Unbeknown to Simba or even Makuu, the challenge is a coverup; while Simba is distracted by the fight, Kiburi's followers are to ambush the king and kill him.

With Simba gone, Kiburi will rule the Pride Lands. The plan fails, however, and Simba banishes Kiburi upon learning the truth. However, Simba questions how Kiburi and his float could have orchestrated such a scheme on their own, given their limited intelligence. This leads him to believe they were not the true masterminds behind the plot. In " The Scorpion's Sting ", Simba gets stung by a scorpion and gets sick. Rafiki asks Makini and the Lion Guard to go get volcanic ash which will cure Simba.

In doing so, they learn that the sting was part of an orchestrated plot by Scar who has been 'reborn' as a flaming spirit to kill Simba. Mufasa reminds Simba that if he beat Scar once he can beat him again. After finding out about Scar's return, Simba asked the Lion Guard not to tell any of the Pride Landers about it, as he feared that if they knew, they wouldn't feel safe in the Pride Lands anymore and want to leave.

Unfortunately, in " The Fall of Mizimu Grove ", everyone does find out when Scar appears before them. Simba tells them that even though he doesn't want to lose any of them, he will always respect their decisions and leaves them to discuss whether or not they should leave. However, after Kion tells them that they'll be stronger if they stay together, all the herds decide to stay in the Pride Lands much to Simba's joy. He tells them that even though they have proven they can defend the Pride Lands, it still hasn't stopped Scar and his army.

Simba decides it's time to take the fight into the Outlands. That evening, Kion tells Simba that he doesn't know if they'll be able to defeat Scar, but Simba tells his son that he knows he and the Lion Guard will triumph showing that he has great faith in him. A short while later, Scar's army sets Pride Rock on fire.

Moments later, Scar appears above Pride Rock; Simba is terrified when Scar says that Kion and the Lion Guard have been lost in the fire but at that moment, the Lion Guard appears alive and completely unharmed. After Scar has been defeated for good, Simba and the rest of the family are very troubled when they see that Ushari's bite has scarred Kion, even more so when Rafiki tells them that there is no cure for him in the Pride Lands.

Rafiki then says that Kion can get better if he goes to the Tree of Life , a location far away from the Pride Lands. As the Lion Guard is about to set off on their great journey, Simba wishes them safe travels and tells Kion that they will miss him very much.

They are overjoyed to see him and Simba welcomes him home as they embrace him. The rest of the Lion Guard comes up and Simba asks how their journey went. He also thanks Azaad for helping them get home so fast. The reunited family spend the whole day with Kion, then at night, they talk to Mufasa. The next day, Simba watches as Kion and Vitani's Lion Guards compete to see which is better to which Kion decides to let Vitani win and let go of his Roar. The Royal Family, as well as all the Pridelanders, Jasiri and her Clan, the Night Pride, and the animals of the Tree of Life, gather there to see Kion's coronation ceremony which doubles as a wedding.

Later after the presentation, Rafiki then paints an image of Simba on his tree to remember he was present during the birth of Simba. The next day, Simba tells his father Mufasa to wake up to help him see the world around him. Mufasa then takes Simba to the ledge of Pride Rock and he explains that Simba should not enter the backlands because of danger.

Going down Pride Rock, Zazu gives Simba and Mufasa the morning report while Mufasa teaches his newborn cub for a pouncing lesson. After Zazu flies around the Pride Lands to search for news, he explains to the two of them that there are hyenas in the Pride Lands and that Sarabi is leading an attack to drive them off. Simba offers to go with Mufasa, but his father declines, telling his son to stay with the other cubs.

Rather than playing with the other cubs. Scar then comments him on his effort in learning to hunt and then when Simba asks Scar about the Elephant Graveyard, Scar then tells him only adult lions can enter this area since lion cubs are most likely to get eaten. Later, Simba then meets his mother, Sarabi, and encounters his best friend, Nala, who is also having a bath with her mother. Simba plans to go to the water hole, but Sarabi warns the two cubs that they need Zazu to guide the two cubs to make sure they are safe from predators.

As soon as Zazu takes the two to the water hole, he explains to the cubs that Simba and Nala will be married as adult lions but Simba and Nala are disgusted because he doesn't want to marry Nala, but Zazu explains to the two that a tradition cannot be broken.

Nala feels concerned that if Simba explores the area, something bad could happen. Simba encounters a whole clan of hyenas along with Shenzi, Kamari, and Azizi who approach the cubs, though Zazu warns Shenzi that if she attacks Simba, the Pride Lands will begin a war against them.

Shenzi and the other hyenas attack the cubs, citing that lions and hyenas have been at war since the dawn of time, but Mufasa shows up and rescues the cubs before the hyenas can eat them, warning Shenzi that he will not show mercy the next time the hyenas try to hurt his son. Mufasa takes Simba and Nala back to the Pride Lands after surviving the ambush, where Mufasa lectures and reprimands him for endangering not only himself but Nala and jeopardizing the future of their pride.

Meanwhile, at the gorge, Scar urges Simba to roar like an adult lion to impress him. Upon scaring a chameleon away, he notices a wildebeest stampede occurring across the gorge as Simba grabs on a tree to protect himself from the wildebeests. Simba asks Zazu for help, but Zazu tells him that Mufasa is on his way to rescue his son. Mufasa then arrives on the dead tree Simba is standing on telling him to jump so that he could get him out of the gorge, but a wildebeest runs into the tree, putting Mufasa and Simba in trouble.

Mufasa tries to get Simba to safety but ends up getting attacked by wildebeests. Simba then watches his father trying to get help from Scar, but Scar refuses to help. Scar then pushes Mufasa down the gorge where he dies in the stampede, causing Simba to lose his father. Simba then walks in the gorge by himself looking for his father but finds a lone wildebeest leaving the gorge. Music and the Moving Image 1 January ; 15 1 : 38— Thus, the tune retains a sense of secularized association with death while reclaiming some of its spiritual associations with the Requiem Mass.

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