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Dragonslayer (26-Jun-1981)

Director: Matthew Robbins

Writers: Hal Barwood; Matthew Robbins

Music by: Alex North

Producer: Hal Barwood

Keywords: Fantasy/Action, Dragons

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter MacNicol
Actor
10-Apr-1954   John Cage on Ally McBeal
Ian McDiarmid
Actor
11-Aug-1944   Emperor Palpatine
Ralph Richardson
Actor
19-Dec-1902 10-Oct-1983 Things To Come
Albert Salmi
Actor
11-Mar-1928 22-Apr-1990 The Brothers Karamazov

CAST

Peter MacNicol   ...   Galen
Caitlin Clarke   ...   Valerian
Ralph Richardson   ...   Ulrich
John Hallam   ...   Tyrian
Peter Eyre   ...   Casiodorus Rex
Albert Salmi   ...   Greil
Sydney Bromley   ...   Hodge
Chloe Salaman   ...   Princess Elspeth
Emrys James   ...   Valerian's Father
Roger Kemp   ...   Horsrik
Ian McDiarmid   ...   Brother Jacopus
Ken Shorter   ...   Henchman
Jason White   ...   Henchman
Yolande Palfrey   ...   Victim
Urlanders
Douglas Cooper   ...   Urlander
Alf Mangan   ...   Urlander
David Mount   ...   Urlander
James Payne   ...   Urlander
Chris Twinn   ...   Urlander

REVIEWS

Review by banion48 (posted on 4-Apr-2005)

If you like classic medieval movies you'll adore this gritty early eighties film. A small band of men from a far away village embark on an arduous quest to petition the last sorcerer in the land to free them from the tyranny of a land dragon. In an interesting turn of events the grand sorcerer dies and his young apprentice finds himself the unwitting, but very willing, recipient of all his master's latent power. Taking the quest in his master's stead the cocky young Galen (MacNicol) uncovers a controversy and learns the true purpose of magic.


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