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Mulan 2: The Final War (Video 2004) Poster

(2004 Video)

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A clause in Eddie Murphy's contract for doing Shrek 2 (2004) forbade him from reprising the role of Mushu in this film, therefor having his other voice actor Mark Moseley (a man best known for filling in for Murphy's characters like Mushu and Donkey in their TV and Video Game appearances) fill in for this film.
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Michelle Kwan, world champion ice skater, is the voice of the shopkeeper in the village. When showing Chien-Po the ginger, she skates around the stand.
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Mulan's horse is black but she wears the white side of the yin yang symbol while Shang's horse is white but he wears the black side of the yin yang symbol.
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When Mulan is putting luggage onto the carriage, a hidden Mickey can be seen on the purple luggage.
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There were considerations of a 3rd Mulan film, but the idea was scrapped along with many other Planned Sequels after John Lasseter become CCO (Chief Creative Officer) of both Disney and Pixar.
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Judy Kuhn provides the singing voice of Princess Ting Ting.
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Mulan's family name, Fa, should actually be pronounced Hua. Fa is the south Chinese (Canton) pronunciation used in Hong Kong and the surrounding area, Hua is the north Chinese (Mandarin) pronunciation used in much of the rest of China and on state television. Both share the same written form and mean 'flower'. The Chinese dub uses the Hua pronunciation as Mandarin is China's official language.
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BD Wong (Shang's voice) and Lucy Liu (Mei's voice) worked together previously in The X-Files (1993) episode "Hell Money"
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

In behind the scenes footage, when Ming-Na Wen, voice of Mulan, did the scene where Shang falls down to his "death" even though he actually survives as we found out later in the movie, Ming-Na cried doing that scene and said it was emotional to do voice acting for that scene. She also said her mother even cried when she saw Ming-Na doing the scene and said to her: "Ming-Na! Why cry? It's a cartoon, why cry?"
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The dark clouds in the sky appear when Mulan begins questioning her engagement to Shang.
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