The Magic Voyage - Cast


Original German version
  • Michael Habeck - Christopher Columbus
  • Jens Wawrczeck - Pico
  • Katja Nottke - Marilyn
  • Beate Hasenau - Queen Isabella
  • Christian Schult - King Ferdinand IV / Sailor
  • Eric Vaessen - The Swarm Lord / Diego / Native chief
  • Lutz Mackensy - Bob The Beaver
  • Thomas Karallus - Herald
  • Hans Paetsch - Narrator
First English dub
  • Donald Arthur - Christopher Columbus
  • Elisabeth Von Molo - Marilyn
  • Helena Jungwirth - Queen Isabella
  • Osman Ragheb - Native chief
  • Phil Nibbelink
  • Marcus Calvin
  • David Creedon
  • Dilys Goggins
  • Elmore James
Second English dub (1993)
  • Mickey Rooney - Narrator
  • Susanne Blakeslee - Bobcat
  • Dom DeLuise - Christopher Columbus
  • Corey Feldman - Pico
  • Irene Cara - Marilyn
  • Dan Haggerty - The Swarm Lord / King Ferdinand IV
  • Samantha Eggar - Queen Isabella
  • Eric Parkinson (uncredited) - Native chief
  • Daran Norris
  • Jim Cummings
  • Campbell Morton
  • Brett Baxter Clark
  • Henry Crowell, Jr.
  • James Knapp
  • Ted Prior
  • Gino Conforti

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