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102 min.
Rated: 6 Movie-rating:: 7 of 10
Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Family,
Director: Wolfgang Petersen
Writer: Herman Weigel
Wolfgang Petersen
Michael Ende
Music: Klaus Doldinger
Cast: Barret Oliver, Gerald McRaney, Noah Hathaway, Drum Garrett, Darryl Cooksey, Nicholas Gilbert, Thomas Hill, Tami Stronach, Frank Lenart, Silvia Seidel, Tami Stronach, Sydney Bromley, Moses Gunn, Patricia Hayes, Alan Oppenheimer, Tilo Prückner, Heinz Reincke, Deep Roy,
Keywords: book, boy, hide, reading, magic, imagination,

Story:While hiding from bullies in his school, a young Bastian discovers the extraordinary land of Fantasia, through a magical book called The Neverending Story. The book tells the tale of Atreyu, a young warrior who, with the help of a luck dragon named Falkor, must save Fantasia from its destruction.


Awards:Saturn Award for Best Performance by Young Actor (1985) - Noah Hathaway
Saturn Award nomination for Best Fantasy Film (1985)
Saturn Award nomination for Best Music (1985)
Production Companies:Warner Bros. Pictures
Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR)
Producers Sales Organization
Bavaria Film
Budget:27 Mio. USD
Box Office Gross:20.158808 Mio. USD
Box Office Weekend:4.325823 Mio. USD
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