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Dragonworld: The Legend Continues (1999)

In the remote Scottish Highlands, a place steeped in myth and mystery, there lives a boy wizard. His name is John McGowen and his only true friend is Yowler, the last dragon on Earth. But ... See full summary »

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In the remote Scottish Highlands, a place steeped in myth and mystery, there lives a boy wizard. His name is John McGowen and his only true friend is Yowler, the last dragon on Earth. But Yowler is in terrible danger. His arch enemy, the Dark Knight, has returned and is determined to slay the dragon so that he might use the magical powers of the creature's blood to unleash a new age of darkness on the planet. Only young John can save Yowler...and so begins the ultimate battle between good and evil. Written by Anonymous

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A Young Boy's Quest...To Save The Last Dragon On Earth.


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The last film of Andrew Keir. See more »

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The two vehicles (jalopy and the Nissan Patrol) are left-hand drive. In Scotland, as in the rest of the UK vehicles drive on the left-hand side of the road and are right-hand drive. See more »

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really awful
26 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a waste of On-Demand space! Don't bother. The 'dragon' is a guy in a goofy suit and neither flies or breathes any fire--he can't even run very well (references to Barney are well deserved). Very limited specials that are nothing special. The whole cast is Scots except for the main character (fairly well played by Drake Bell, despite the bowl haircut) who is glaringly American. Although he's supposed to be the new Laird of the castle, no explanation for this--or much of anything else in what poses as a plot--is ever given, though apparently the original Dragonworld did provide some of the background needed to have even a vague understanding of what is going on--& not having seen it, I was pretty lost! Ted Nicolaou shows remarkable hubris (or stupidity) in admitting to writing this dreck. Tina Martin is passable as Mrs. Cosgrove, but can't rise above the terrible material any more than anyone else in this disaster. Really, really bad.


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