PG | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
A young wizarding apprentice is sent to kill a dragon which has been devouring girls from a nearby kingdom.
First film to use go-motion, a variant of stop-motion animation in which parts of the model (in this case, the dragon) were mechanized and the movement programmed by computer. During shooting, the computer moves the model while the camera is ... ...
If he's ready to lay a dragon in its grave, he's nothing to fear from me.
In the dragon's lair, a wizard sees in the water in front of him the reflection of a dragon as it rises up behind him. Reflections would only reveal things in front of or the above a person looking at a flat surface such as water. He might hear the water dripping from the dragon, but seeing the dragon's reflection in the water is impossible.
$2,407,939 (USA) (28 June 1981)
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