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Jonathan Tydor (written by)
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Release Date:
1 August 2000 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
The most powerful enemy always comes from within. See more »
Plot:
A princess falls in love with her father's swordsman. | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
You would think Ron Perlman would know better. See more (26 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Eric Roberts ... Augustus Talbert

Ron Perlman ... Lord Morton

Lesley-Anne Down ... Queen Beatrice
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Beecroft ... Sgt. Drummond

Brian Cousins ... Otto
Gerald Patrick Cox ... Sir Gerald
Kit Davlin ... Ardon DeAvalon
Abba Elfman ... Adam
Jason Faulske ... Bandit / Swordsman
Delia Ford ... Peasant Woman
Casie Fox ... Katie McDear
Mark Gadbois ... White Flag Bandit

Robert G. Goodwin ... Master Robert

Khrystyne Haje ... Roxanne

Matthias Hues ... Angus
Chase Jazzborne ... Bandit / Swordsman

Ashley Jones ... Princess Gwendolyn
Monty Jordan ... White Flag Bandit
Rebecca Kirkland ... Lady-in-Waiting

Jason Lewis ... William
Eric J. Long ... Bandit / Swordsman
Paul Monnahan ... Swordsman
Jon Napier ... Jonathan Poselwaite
Randy Oppenheimer ... Lead Bandit
Earl Robinson ... Singbe-Donald

Trevor St. John ... Capt. John Reynolds

Chris Torres ... De La Cruz
Alex Van Amburg ... David Thorpe
Skip Wilder ... Lt. Thomas Blackwell

Directed by
Jonathan Tydor 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jonathan Tydor  written by

Produced by
Eileen Craft .... producer
Darren M. Demetre .... producer
David DiGilio .... associate producer
Michael Markopoulos .... producer
Vicky Pike .... executive producer
Vicky Pike .... producer
Morris Ruskin .... executive producer
Jonathan Tydor .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ray Colcord 
 
Cinematography by
Don E. FauntLeRoy 
 
Film Editing by
Robert Pergament 
 
Casting by
Roe Baker 
Robin Piscatello 
 
Production Design by
Narbeh Nazarian 
 
Art Direction by
Skip Wilder 
 
Costume Design by
Lorrie Blackard 
 
Makeup Department
Anthony D. Castillo .... hair assistant
Anthony D. Castillo .... makeup assistant
Liz Fitzgerald .... hair stylist
Liz Fitzgerald .... key makeup artist
Hivet Flores .... makeup intern
Peter Herman .... wig master
Ruthann Lentz .... makeup intern
Joanne Martella .... makeup intern
Teresa Vest .... makeup artist: Eric Roberts
 
Production Management
David DiGilio .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lori Altenbern .... assistant director
Dennis Hadley .... second second assistant director
Monty Jordan .... second unit director
Brian Murphy .... additional second assistant director
Aaron Penn .... second assistant director
David Rimer .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Sevag Aivazian .... construction coordinator
J.R. Hudson .... concept art
Kristina Low .... set carpenter
Andrea Marvan .... art intern
Alida Ross .... art intern
 
Sound Department
Robert Clamage .... boom operator
Jacqueline Forester .... sound intern
Geof Gibson .... sound mixer
 
Stunts
Steve Johnson .... stunt consultant
Monty Jordan .... stunt coordinator
Ross Stasik .... stunt player
George Ye .... assistant swordmaster
George Ye .... duel choreographer: Sarcenian
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Dean Andolsek .... additional camera operator
Dean Andolsek .... gaffer
Season FauntLeRoy .... assistant camera
Rebecca Roberts .... grip
Al Satterwhite .... director of photography: second unit
Grant Yellen .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Robert Clamage .... additional photographer (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anna Andolsek .... costume supervisor
Nicole Bointy .... costume intern
Kristi Heckman .... associate costume designer
Karina Ross .... costume intern
Joanna Sjoberg .... set costumer
 
Other crew
Laurie Altenbern .... assistant to director
Jamie Boone .... production assistant
Devan Carey .... production assistant
Christiane Covington .... script supervisor
Margaret Downing .... production assistant
Juliana FauntLeRoy .... production assistant
Robert G. Goodwin .... sword master
Rebecca Kirkland .... production assistant
Jack Maxfield .... production assistant
Leslie Ridgeway .... production assistant
Ryan Samuels .... production coordinator
Ross Stasik .... production assistant
Teri Thomas .... production assistant
George Ye .... assistant sword master
 

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Rated PG-13 for violence
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Australia:92 min
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Although Eric Roberts received top billing for the movie, he first appears 25 minutes into the film and has less than 30 lines of dialogue.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: In the scene where the black guy runs from the stronghold, a barbed wire fence can clearly be seen in the background.See more »
Quotes:
Otto:You must keep these guns coming, we have many bad guys to stop.See more »
Soundtrack:
You Are My HeartSee more »

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
You would think Ron Perlman would know better., 11 February 2004
Author: blusaber from Lexington, Kentucky

Okay... I've seen high school students with handicams do better stuff than this. I don't know which was worse... Eric Roberts' awful, contrived character, the illogical love story between the two main characters, or the fact that they went and killed off Ron Perlman, who, as far as I could tell was the only one actually DOING any acting. I love swordfights, and these guys seem to have some good ability there... but even that seemed over-rehearsed and passionless. Character development is nonexistent. A previous reviewer commented that you can tell the people in the film were having fun... but it certainly didn't rub off on me. I was too busy trying to figure out the purpose for ever having made this film to start with.

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