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  • Meanwhile, Prince Naveen of Maldonia (Bruno Campos) has come to New Orleans to find a rich bride after his parents cut him off.

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  • When the free-spirited, jazz-loving Prince Naveen of Maldonia (Bruno Campos) comes to town, a deal with a shady voodoo doctor (Keith David) goes bad and the once suave royal is turned into a frog.

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  • In the meantime, Prince Naveen of Maldonia has arrived in New Orleans and is seeking a way to better his financial situation after being cut off by his parents.

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  • Well he's a foreign prince of spurious extraction (Naveen of Maldonia), a playboy who's been cut off by his parents and has arrived in the Big Easy in the hope of marrying someone independently wealthy in order to continue living his life of luxury.

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  • Although the black princess's love interest in the the new animated musical is called Prince Naveen of Maldonia and is voiced over by a Brazilian actor, he looks more white than black in photographs from the film that Disney has released.


  • The frog turns out to be handsome Prince Naveen, from the far-off and fictional land of Maldonia. - Top News from The Tennessean, MUSIC CITY U.S.A

  • It's unclear what ethnicity her dreamy Prince Naveen is exactly -- his first name is Indian, he's from the fictional land of Maldonia, and he's voiced by Brazilian actor

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  • Prince Naveen hails from the fictional land of Maldonia and is voiced by a Brazilian actor; Disney says that he is not white.

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  • As young women, Tiana and Lottie compete for the visiting Prince Naveen of Maldonia who, cursed by local hoodoo man Dr. Facilier, is turned into a frog.

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  • In fact, when Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos) arrives in town from the far-off land of Maldonia (wherever that is), Tiana is about the only gal in town who isn't going gaga.

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