When a prank at a school camp goes drastically wrong, 15-year-old Paul Reynolds is blasted into an alternative reality and has to try to find a way home.
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When a prank at a school camp goes drastically wrong, 15-year-old Paul Reynolds is blasted into an alternative reality and has to try to find a way home. Written by David McAnally <D.McAnally@uq.net.au>

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Heather Mitchell (Ashka) and Rafal Zwierz (Gryvon) were the only actors to reprise their roles in Spellbinder: Land of the Dragon Lord (1997). See more »

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good sci-fi series
7 May 2000 | by See all my reviews

When an Australian teenager at a school camp pulls off a prank he is trapped in a parallel world where mechanical and technilogical advances never really happened.

The new world is rules by the "Spellbinders". The people are not allowed to learn new things. Only the Spellbinders are allowed to "be smart".

But when Paul is sent into this strange new world, his chances of returning back into the other world is slim. Very slim.

As Paul works harder, things get worse.


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