A Princess, an Elf and a Demon Walk Into a Bar
Studio: Rough Draft Studios Release Date : August 17, 2018 Series: Disenchantment
  1. General Info

Cumulative rating:       (2 ratings submitted)

Associated Studios

Rough Draft Korea / Curiosity Company / ULULU Company

Synopsis

Elfo, who is supposed to be a happy elf, is tired of his overly happy life and dreams of a place where people are more miserable. He leaves his home and eventually crashes the wedding of the Princess Bean who is tired of being a princess and is being forced into a wedding against her will. She has also been gifted a personal demon, Luci, who will always be with her whether she wants him or not. Between the three of them, they escape the wedding and begin their adventures together.

Characters

Sorcerio
(Voice: Billy West)
Bean
(Voice: Abbi Jacobson)
King Zøg
(Voice: John DiMaggio)
Queen Oona
(Voice: Tress MacNeille)
Elfo
(Voice: Nat Faxon)
Luci
(Voice: Eric André)
Kissy
(Voice: Jeny Batten)
Prince Merkimer
(Voice: Matt Berry)
Bunty
(Voice: Lucy Montgomery)

Credits

Director

Dwayne Carey-Hill

Music

Mark Mothersbaugh

Character Design

Claudia Keene
Karapet Keroglyan
Shannon O'Connor
Maximus Julius Pauson

Asst. Director

Jeff Myers

Art Direction

Marilyn Frandsen

Creator

Matt Groening

Developed By

Matt Groening
Josh Weinstein

Writer

Matt Groening
Josh Weinstein

Casting

Mary Hidalgo

Timing

Ken Bruce
Peter Hixson
David Lyman
Tom Mazzocco

Title Design

Raymie Muzquiz

Design Cleanup

Dan Bond
Allison Kim
Sabrina Mati
Patricia Pham

Retake Director

Brian Sheesley

Broadcasters

Netflix (Original broadcast network)

Television

Disenchantment (Season 1, Episode 1)

Video Information

Technical Specifications

Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (HD - Television)
Color Type: Color
Sound Type: Stereo
Negative Type: Digital
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

Reviews and Comments

From eutychus :

I had high hopes for this little series. (At this point it's impossible to tell if it will be a little series or not as Netflix has only optioned 20 episodes.) I wasn't disappointed, but I wasn't bowled over as well. If you're a Matt Groening fan, it's an enjoyable diversion, although it doesn't have the brilliance of The Simpsons golden years or the ground-breaking feel of Futurama. It's just a cute, fairly funny show. It will be interesting to see if they try to do any real character development as the series winds on, or if the characters will just stay without any depth. For instance, there is the issue with Bean's real mother which is just hinted at, why King Zøg married an apparent vampire, and who are the people who sent Luci the demon and why. And there seemed to be more of a relationship between Kissy and Elfo than was let on in this episode. There's obviously a backstory there. So there's a lot of room for character exploration. Hopefully, they'll follow that path instead of just letting it be a Groening sitcom set in medieval times.
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History

8/18/2018

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    Sources

    Dwayne Carey-Hill: Director
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    Matt Groening: Writer
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    Josh Weinstein: Writer
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    Mark Mothersbaugh: Music
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    Marilyn Frandsen: Art Direction
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    Jeff Myers: Asst. Director
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    Brian Sheesley: Retake Director
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    Claudia Keene: Character Design
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    Karapet Keroglyan: Character Design
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    Shannon O'Connor: Character Design
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    Maximus Julius Pauson: Character Design
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    Dan Bond: Design Cleanup
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    Allison Kim: Design Cleanup
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    Sabrina Mati: Design Cleanup
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    Patricia Pham: Design Cleanup
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    Ken Bruce: Timing
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    Peter Hixson: Timing
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    David Lyman: Timing
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    Tom Mazzocco: Timing
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    Mary Hidalgo: Casting
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    Raymie Muzquiz: Title Design
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    Matt Groening: Creator
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    Matt Groening: Developed By
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    Josh Weinstein: Developed By
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