A town is attacked by a deadly creature. The only thing that can stop it is the DragonBlade, but the one who knows where it is won't tell others, since untold peril await anyone who finds this legendary weapon.

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Cast

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Yingying (voice)
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Hung Lang (voice)
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Hung Lang (Cantonese Voice)
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Bali-Ba (Cantonese Voice)
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Master Wu (Cantonese Voice) (as Jim Chim)
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Lord Ko (voice)
Sam Bobertz ...
Short Youngster (voice)
Stephen Bolton ...
Mr. Hung / Guardian Spirit (character movement)
Simon Broad ...
Sifu (voice)
Anna May Chan ...
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Anson Chan ...
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Victor Chan ...
Masu (character movements)
Matthew Cheung ...
Ari (character movement)
Amy Chum ...
Mrs. Hung (character movement)
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Lord Ko (character movement) (as David Collier)
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When a town is being attacked by a deadly creature Lang becomes the one to have to deal with it. But, only one thing can stop this menace is the Dragon Blade. Now the one person who knows where the blade is won't tell Lang, and even if he did, untold peril will fall on anyone who dares to find this legendary weapon. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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6 January 2005 (Hong Kong)  »

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Dragon Blade: The Beginning  »

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Box Office

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$10,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$20,767 (Hong Kong) (7 January 2005)
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Trivia

Although DragonBlade was completely made in Hong Kong the film was originally animated and lip-synced to English, one of the city's two official languages. This is because it is technically easier to then dub the English back into Cantonese than if it were the other way around. See more »

Crazy Credits

As with many animated features, the end credits feature "outtakes". See more »

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References Seven Samurai (1954) See more »

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Roller coaster ride with a long climb
10 January 2005 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

At first I thought, "what did I get myself into?". Twenty minutes into the movie and I started looking at my watch and wishing that I wasn't here. I didn't come all the way to Hong Kong to watch a crap Kungfu movie! Then all of a sudden… Ka-POW! Talk about being worth the wait. DragonBlade is a roller coaster ride with a long way up in the beginning. And as we all know, the further up that roller coaster goes... the bigger and more exciting that ride ends up. I just can't imagine anyone getting the total impact of the fights without watching it on the big screen… the fights are so in your face that it absolutely pulls you in. So worth seeing.


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