Headin' South Again (originally known as Headin’ South 2) is an American direct-to-video animated comedy-adventure musical film released by DreamWorks Pictures on October 11, 2002, as a sequel to the 1942 classic Headin' South. It was produced by TBD, written by TBD, and directed by TBD.
In this story, taking place after the events of the first film, Janice (voiced by Hynden Walch, singing voice by Tara Strong), along with her parents and the rest of the ducks, are heading out to South America. However Janice gets separated to the Amazon forest, where she meets his old raccoon friend Ringo (voiced by Arnold Stang), who visits his coati relatives, and befriends with a feral duckling name Pato, who is orphaned when he was in his egg and raised by a monkey guardian named Monk. So Janice, Ringo and Pato has to travel through the jungle of the Amazon to get back to her flocks, while encountering and escaping an evil anaconda named Noarms (voiced by Tim Curry) and his leopard henchmen, Lep (voiced by Martian Short).
Characters and cast
- Janice Duck - Voiced by Hynden Walch (speaking) and Tara Strong (singing). TBD
- Millard Duck - Voiced by Bill Farmer.
- Mallard Duck - Voiced by Jennifer Hale. TBD
- Ringo - Voiced by Arnold Stang. TBD
- Pato - TBD
- Noarms - TBD
- Lep - TBD
- The sequel is still set in the 1940s, where the original Headin' South took place.