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Six kids enter the Dungeons & Dragons ride at a local amusement park and are transported into the world of swords and sorcery, where, with the help of the Dungeonmaster and the unicorn Uni, try to find their way back home. Written by
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One of the pieces of library music that often appears in action sequences is taken from the 1964 British comedy Carry on Spying (1964). See more »
[Bobby is walking with Sogor, both appear to be the same age]
How old are you Bobby?
And you're allowed to go out on your own? I wasn't allowed to go out on my own till I was 55!
Fifty-five? How old are you now?
[Bobby drops his firewood and takes off running]
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I just caught an episode of Dungeons and Dragons after viewing a preview of the cgi series Action Man on the Fox network. I was a bit surprised to see this show listed since I remember it from almost 20 years ago! Shadowdemon was my favourite character.
At first the crude animation seemed a bit jarring, but after the first ten minutes I was hooked(again). Its a wonderfully imaginative and memorable series.
In addition to the comments already made by others I have to highlight the fantastic musical score by Robert J Walsh and Johnny Douglas. I remember their rousing music for Gi Joe and the Transformers. I had forgotten their work on D & D and now wish i could get in on tape!
Those shows from the 80s were so much better in story and execution than the sterile cgi shows pushed on saturday mornings these days.
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