Dr Dolittle 2 2001 Film Sequel | Eddie Murphy

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About the Doctor Dolittle Sequel

Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): 2, Docteur Dolittle 2, Doctor Dolittle 2

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Dr Dolittle 2 plot from IMDb: "Dolittle must save a forest and a bear's life."

The trailer can be found online.

Cast and Characters (descrptions from Wikipedia):

Eddie Murphy as Dr. John Dolittle, a doctor who can talk to animals.

Kristen Wilson as Lisa Dolittle, the wife of John.

Jeffrey Jones as Joe Potter, a logging magnate.

Kevin Pollak as Jack Riley, Potter's lawyer.

Raven-Symoné as Charisse Dolittle, the daughter of John.

Kyla Pratt as Maya Dolittle, the daughter of John who later learns to talk to animals.

Lil Zane as Eric, Charisse's boyfriend and pizza delivery man.

James Avery as Eldon, Eric's father.

Elayn J. Taylor as Eldon's wife

Andy Richter as Eugene Wilson

Mark Griffin as Logger

Mark Griffin also voices the Nature Show Narrator

Ken Hudson Campbell as Animal Control Officer

Victor Raider-Wexler as Judge B. Duff, a judge who oversees the cases involving Dolittle and Potter.

Lawrence Pressman as Governor of California (uncredited)

Steve Irwin as The Crocodile Hunter, John once went with him on one of his nature documentaries.

Anne Stedman as Woman

Googy Gress as Bear Announcer

Trevor Denman as Horse Race Announcer

Directed by Steve Carr

Written by Larry Levin

Based on Doctor Dolittle by Hugh Lofting

Produced by John Davis

Narrated by Norm Macdonald

Cinematography: Daryn Okada

Edited by Craig Herring

Music by David Newman

Production company: Davis Entertainment

Distributed by 20th Century Fox

Release date: June 22, 2001

Running time: 87 minutes

Budget: $70 million

Box office: $176.1 million