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The first (and probably only) film released under the Disney name to have full frontal male nudity. When Peter MacNicol jumps into the water his legs swing wide, giving the audience a quick shot of his genitals. See more »
Obvious matte work during some of the flying sequences and when the dragon is moving on the ground. See more »
[Elspeth is preparing to sacrifice herself to Vermithrax]
... You... Tyrian... surely you'll do something. If not for me... out of loyalty to the kingdom.
But that's just it, Your Majesty. My first loyalty is... loyalty to the kingdom.
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Dragonslayer is a great fantasy film. The special effects hold up fairly well even today. The dragon is just a model and it looks fantastic. I was only 9 years old when I saw this film and it has stuck with me ever since. There are great performances and the direction is tight. The set design is also done well. Dragonslayer has a great atmosphere and you won't forget the image of the dragon rising from the water behind our hero anytime soon.
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