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Dragonheart: A New Beginning (2000)

An orphaned stable boy befriends with a young dragon named Drake and with the help of others help him learn how to fly and fight and protect himself from a ruthless knight.

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Geoff (as Chris Masterson)
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Lord Osric of Crossley
Rona Figueroa ...
Lian
Matt Hickey ...
Novice Monk Mansel
Henry O ...
Master Kwan
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Roland
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Drake (voice)
Ken Shorter ...
The King
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Friar Peter
Lubomir Misak ...
Lubo
Karin Haydu ...
King's Attendant
Peter Hric ...
Sir Stefan, Osric's Henchman
Imrich Strunar ...
Miller
Gustáv Kyselica ...
Cowherd
Vladimir Oktavec ...
Abbott
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When Geoff, an orphaned stable boy (Chris Masterson), discovers Drake (voice of Robby Benson), the world's last living dragon, he realizes that his dream of becoming a knight in shining armor can now come true. Together, they soon face challenges that turn them into heroes. But caught up in the excitement of their new lives, Geoff and Drake fail to see the hidden dangers that surround them. Written by Josh Pascal <skylerblack@hotmail.com>

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The scene where Drake produces ignited flatulence and destroys the mill by accident is partly re-used from DragonHeart (1996) when Bowen and Draco attacked the first village - footage from the first film is used as the mill bursts into flames. See more »

Goofs

Kwan's hand movements are several seconds late when he says "Turn that way so you don't hit the mill. Then let it all out." See more »

Quotes

Mansel: Drake is an innocent, he's easily mislead!
Geoff: Don't worry. I'll protect him.
Mansel: Who's going to protect him from you?
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #24.8 (2000) See more »

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Nostalgic, but mostly for the kids
19 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was saddened by such a low score on this film when I looked it up. Obviously it doesn't hold a finger to the original, but it's not terrible. I've seen much worse.

I saw this when I was 11 or 12 and really enjoyed it. I was at the time (and still am) a huge fan of the first film. I felt this one wasn't trying to match it though but more or less show the story to a much younger audience.

The acting was decent over all, not anything special but not terrible. I liked Chris Masterson as a young orphaned stable boy. As a kid I could relate to him because of his desire to fight and become a knight but not being able to.

Over all the effects are not great, but it was basically done on a TV budget. The dialog wasn't really that good, but it didn't bother me like other films have.

I think this is a great companion to the first one in the fact that it can re illustrate the power of kindness and love to children. Don't expect the original film, but sit down with your children and have some fun with them!


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