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Dragonslayer


Overview - A ferocious firebreathing dragon terrorizes the sixth-century English countryside, but the kingdom of Urland is strangely at ease--the king has made an evil pact with the dragon, offering to sacrifice virgins twice a year in exchange for peace.  Read more...

 

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Overview

A ferocious firebreathing dragon terrorizes the sixth-century English countryside, but the kingdom of Urland is strangely at ease--the king has made an evil pact with the dragon, offering to sacrifice virgins twice a year in exchange for peace. The unfortunate victims are culled from the kingdom's poorer families, but when the king's own daughter is next in line, a powerful wizard (Sir Ralph Richardson) and his youthful apprentice (Ally McBeal's Peter MacNicol) are called in to slay the dragon using their arsenal of magic and sorcery. Blending moody atmosphere, realistic set design, stunning battle sequences, and an absolutely terrifying dragon, DRAGONSLAYER stands out as the best of all the 1980s dragon films.

Cast List

Peter Eyre - British Actor/"Orlando"
Matthew Robbins - American Screenwriter/Director
Alex North - Composer
Caitlin Clarke
John Hallam - Actor/"Under Capricorn"
Hal Barwood - Screenwriter/Director/Prod.
Albert Salmi - American character actor
Howard W. Koch - 1950s-80s American producer, THE ODD COUPLE/AIRPLANE!
Peter MacNicol - American actor
Ralph Richardson - British Actor
Sir Ralph Richardson - British Actor

 
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  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929311491
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)

Related Categories:
Movies > Science-Fiction/Fantasy

Related Keywords:
Adventure
Cult Film
Fantasy
Medieval
Romance
Witches And Wizards
Supernatural
Magic
Theatrical Release
Dragons

 
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Reviews:
"...Wonderful special effects....Imaginative and effective..." - 06/24/1981 Variety


"...A movie that makes you believe what you're seeing is real....Sweetness and conviction that amount to a kind of magic..." - 06/26/1981 New York Times, p.C10

 
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