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George (Character)
from George and the Dragon (2004)

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George and the Dragon -- A knight returning from the Crusades takes on a dragon and becomes a legend.

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Alternate Names:
San Giorgio / Sir Giles


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  1. George and the Dragon (2004) Played by James Purefoy
    ... aka "Dragon Sword" - USA (TV title)

  2. The Reluctant Dragon (1941/I) Played by Claud Allister (as Sir Giles)
    ... aka "A Day at Disneys" - USA (TV title)
    ... aka "Sorcery Animation Heaven" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)

  3. San Giorgio (1921) Played by Fernando Ribacchi (as San Giorgio)

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From The Reluctant Dragon (1941/I)
The Boy: Sir Giles, I presume?
Sir Giles: Come, come, come, come, lad. Stop mumbling.
The Boy: I came to talk about the dragon.
Sir Giles: Ah, yes, yes, yes. Another tale of woe and misery, I suppose. Devoured your flocks, no doubt.
The Boy: Oh, no, sir. He...
Sir Giles: Aha! Made off with your loving parents, has he? Well, they shall be avenged!
The Boy: But you don't understand...
Sir Giles: What? Don't tell me he's kidnapped some fair damsel, with flaxen hair, and ruby lips, and form divine? Why, he can't do that to her! He shall pay dearly on the field of battle.
The Boy: But that's just it. He won't fight.
Sir Giles: Yes. He... He won't fight? Preposterous! The fellow must be an infernal cad. Bit of a rotter, what?
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