Prince Chulalongkorn is a secondary character from the Richard Rich's 1999 animated musical film The King and I. He is voiced by Allen D Hong and songs by David Burnham.
Prince Chulalongkorn is a kind and brave prince of Siam, he is very loyal to his father who is the king of Siam. Chulalongkorn falls for Tuptim, the royal servant of Siam, whereas he knows that his father will disapprove. When their relationship is threatened by his father, the prince took a decision to be rebellious and rides off with Tuptim. Chulalongkorn also rethinks his decisions carefully than his father, where he persuades his father to think otherwise of his laws.
Prince Chulalongkorn is a slender young man with tan skin, black hair, and brown eyes.
He wore a gold spherical crown, white jacket with gold trimming, dark blue pants with teal trimming, brown sandals.
Role in the film
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