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Chancellor Hyena is the main antagonist of the 1994 animated film The Jungle King by Golden Films.

He was voiced by the late Ian Richardson, who also played Kralahome in Warner Brothers' The King and I, and Francis Urquhart in House of Cards.


Hyena is the chancellor and one of the main royal servants of the title character King Maximilian III. He owns a parrot named Ricardo. Like his king, Hyena is in love with the beautiful lioness named Leonette. He does convert work in the other portion of Africa ruled by tiger king Raj, persuading him to invade Maximilian's territory.

He sent Ricardo to lure poachers to take away the king, because he wanted to usurp the throne, but to his surprise, the king's twin brother named Irwin is taking his place by General Glump's persuasion, and he thinks that he is the king himself, until Ricardo tells him that the actual Maximillian is imprisoned by the poachers.

During the battle, he had a Freudian slip when he complained about how they were destroying his kingdom. He escaped and went to Leonette's house, trying to kidnap her. Irwin tried to defend her, but he was too weak. Leonette's mother kicked him from the house because he insulted her, and then Leonette kicks him quite a few times. While Irwin and Leonette reconcile (Leonette discovered every lie and got angry at him), Hyena eventually disappears.


  • He and Ricardo are based on Jafar and his parrot Iago, respectively.
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