Dragonslayer

In the Dark Ages, Magic was a weapon. Love was a mystery. Adventure was everywhere... And Dragons were real.

Category: Fantasy
The sorcerer and his apprentice Galen are on a mission to kill an evil dragon in order to save the King’s daughter from being sacrificed in accordance to a pact that the King himself made with the dragon to protect his kingdom. A fantasy film from Disney Studios that exhausted all possible visual effects of the time.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1981-06-26
Run time: 108 minute / 1:48
Budget: $18,000,000
Revenue: $14,110,013
Director: Matthew Robbins
Writers: Hal Barwood, Matthew Robbins.
Production Companies : Paramount Pictures, Walt Disney Productions
Production Country: United Kingdom


Peter MacNicol
as Galen
Caitlin Clarke
as Valerian
Ralph Richardson
as Ulrich
John Hallam
as Tyrian
Peter Eyre
as Casiodorus Rex
Albert Salmi
as Greil
Sydney Bromley
as Hodge
Chloe Salaman
as Princess Elspeth
Emrys James
as Valerian's Father
Roger Kemp
as Horsrik
Ian McDiarmid
as Brother Jacopus
Ken Shorter
as Henchman
Yolande Palfrey
as Victim
Douglas Cooper
as Urlander
Jason White
as Henchman
Directing
Matthew Robbins Director

Writing
Hal Barwood Screenplay
Matthew Robbins Screenplay

Production
Howard W. Koch Executive Producer
Eric Rattray Producer

Sound
Alex North Original Music Composer

Camera
Derek Vanlint Director of Photography

Editing
Tony Lawson Editor

Production
Deborah Brown Casting
Debbie McWilliams Casting

Art
Elliot Scott Production Design
Alan Cassie Art Direction
Ian Whittaker Set Decoration

Costume & Make-Up
Anthony Mendleson Costume Design

Production
Hal Barwood Producer

Visual Effects
Paul Huston Visual Effects
Phil Tippett Visual Effects




















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