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Spellbreaker: Secret of the Leprechauns (1996)

Fairyhill Ireland is a place filled with mysteries and legends,Leprechauns and Magic. And for an American Kid like Mike Dennehy, it's a world of wonderous adventure. Vacationing in ... See full synopsis »

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Mikey Dennehy (as Gregory Edward Smith)
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Morgan / Nula
Godfrey James ...
King Kevin
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Michael Dennehy
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Maeve, Queen of the Fairies
James Ellis ...
Patrick
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Flynn
Ion Haiduc ...
Wizard
Mike Higgins ...
Casey
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Fairy (as Carina Tautu)
Dana Zarescu ...
Fairy
Pavel Ana Maria ...
Fairy
Mihai Silvia ...
Fairy
Galani Nicoleta ...
Fairy
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Fairyhill Ireland is a place filled with mysteries and legends,Leprechauns and Magic. And for an American Kid like Mike Dennehy, it's a world of wonderous adventure. Vacationing in Fairyhill for the summer, Mike makes friends with a fascinating group of rather unlucky leprechaunsby Nula, Queen of the Dead - an unbelievably beautiful and sinister witch. can the Queen destroy centuries of Leprechaun power? Will evil triumph? Gather up your lucky charms(you'll need them!) and get ready for Spellbreaker, the adventure of Mike's lifetime... and yours!

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Family | Fantasy | Horror

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15 October 1996 (USA)  »

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Leapin' Leprechauns! 2  »

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Was filmed back to back with Leapin' Leprechauns! (1995). See more »

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Very good kids film.
30 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

Gregory Smith is wonderful as a young boy who shares his grandfather's friendship with leprechauns and fairies. The special effects are good without being too complicated. Little boys should get a real kick out of this film that is, after all, basically about the magic that is little boys. The power of their innocense and their imagination.


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