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Year: 2019
Original Title: The Queen's Corgi
Length: 92 minutes
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Family
Studios: nWave Pictures
Distributor: Lionsgate
Age rating: Universal
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: July 05 2019


Ranking: 129 out of 15,446 movies (up 124)


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The Queen's Corgi' is an animation film directed by Ben Stassen and Vincent Kesteloot about dog's race Corgi: the favourite of Queen Elisabeth II of England, the england's queen that have reign more time in history of British Crown. The plot narrate Rex's live. He is the favourite Corgi of the Queen but he get lost out of Buckinham Palace. He discover a very different world than he was used to. In his adventure, Rex will find a gang of fighting dogs and his first dog-love. He will return soon with his adore queen. Julie Walters is the voice of Elisabeth II, Tom Courtenay is The Duke Of Edinburgh and Jack Whitehall is Rex's voice. Another member of the cast are Jon Culshaw, Kulvinder Ghir, Sarah Hadland or Matt Lucas along others.


Cast The Queen's Corgi

Colin McFarlane

Colin McFarlane

Chief (voice)

Julie Walters

Julie Walters

La Reina Elisabeth II (voz)

Tom Courtenay

Tom Courtenay

Duque de Edimburgo (voz)

Jack Whitehall

Jack Whitehall

Rex (voz)



Trivia The Queen's Corgi

Corgi's race is specially known because being the Queen Elisabeth II's favourite dog race. The Queen has come to have eight corgi's dog at the same time. She has appeared overtly walking the dogs in the palace gardens several times. Corgi's are an old race of British dog which name in Celtics means «small dog». Rob Sprackling y Johnny Smith are the writers of 'The Queen's Corgi' and 'Gnomeo and Juliet' (2011) Despite the crazy history about the adventures of Rex outsite Buckhingham Palace is an invenction of Rob Sprackling y Johnny Smith, Rex is actually the favourite Corgi of the British Queen. Elisabeth II decided to stop increasing her Corgi's family which she has taking care since she was 18 because she because she does not want to leave them orphans to her death. A tender animal story of the longest monarch of the British crown.