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More information on: Dragonheart (1996)

103 min.
Rated: 12 Movie-rating:: 6 of 10
Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi,
Director: Rob Cohen
Writer: Charles Edward Pogue
Patrick Read Johnson
Music: Randy Edelman
Cast: Dennis Quaid, David Thewlis, Pete Postlethwaite, Dina Meyer, Julie Christie, Sean Connery, John Gielgud, Lee Oakes, Brian Thompson, Jason Isaacs, Wolf Christian, Terry ONeill, Milan Bahúl, Peter Hric, Sandra Kovacicova, Kyle Cohen, Thom Baker,
Keywords: kingdom, despot, village, battle, forest, knight, horror, immortality, partner, revenge,

Story:In ancient times when majestic dragons no longer soar through the skies, a knight named Bowen comes face to face and heart to heart with the last dragon on Earth, Draco. Taking up arms to suppress his former student and current tyrant king, Bowen soon realizes his task will be harder than he had imagined: If he kills the king, the last dragon on Earth will die as well.


Awards:Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects (1997)
Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film (1997)
Saturn Award nomination for Best Costumes (1997)
Saturn Award nomination for Best Music (1997) - Randy Edelman
Saturn Award nomination for Best Special effects (1997)
Production Companies:Universal Pictures
Budget:57 Mio. USD
Box Office Gross:115.267375 Mio. USD
Box Office Weekend:0 Mio. USD
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