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"Merlin" The Last Dragonlord (2009)

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Merlin: Season 2: Episode 13 -- When the Great Dragon attacks Camelot, Merlin must go on an epic journey to find the one man who can defeat the monster.


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Original Air Date:
19 December 2009 (Season 2, Episode 13)
Morgana has gone with Morgause, and the dragon, freed by Merlin, repeatedly attacks Camelot, causing huge fire damage... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

John Hurt ... The Dragon (voice)

Bradley James ... Arthur

Richard Wilson ... Gaius

Angel Coulby ... Gwen

Colin Morgan ... Merlin
Rupert Young ... Sir Leon

Anthony Head ... Uther Pendragon

Jonny Coyne ... Asgerd (as Jonathan Coyne)
Alexander Delamere ... Innkeeper

John Lynch ... Balinor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Katie McGrath ... Morgana (credit only)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jeremy Webb 
Writing credits
Julian Jones (creator) and
Jake Michie (creator) and
Johnny Capps (creator) and
Julian Murphy (creator)

Julian Jones (written by)

Produced by
Johnny Capps .... executive producer
Julian Murphy .... executive producer
Amanda Wilkie .... line producer
Original Music by
Rob Lane 
Rohan Stevenson 
Cinematography by
Dale McCready (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Simon Reglar 
Casting by
Jill Trevellick 
Production Design by
Dominic Roberts 
Art Direction by
Tim Dickel 
Costume Design by
Charlotte Morris 
Makeup Department
Carolyn Cousins .... makeup supervisor
Clarisse Domine .... makeup artist
Anna Morena .... makeup artist
Carol Tucker .... hair designer
Carol Tucker .... makeup designer
Production Management
Jeremy Burnage .... production manager
Clare Buxton .... post-production supervisor
Renaud Mathieu .... production manager: France
Sébastien Quérité .... unit manager: France (as Sebastien Querite)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ross Coughlan .... third assistant director
Anna Evans .... second assistant director
Jo Lea .... first assistant director
Art Department
Maudie Andrews .... art department assistant
Rob Britten .... prop hand
Sophie Campbell .... assistant production buyer
Matthew Challenger .... prop hand (as Matt Challenger)
Toby Cowley .... construction manager
Chris Felstead .... standby props
Joe Linfield .... dressing props
Rob MacPherson .... standby props
Dave Simpson .... dressing props (as David Simpson)
Ian Tully .... production buyer
Jason Wood .... property master
Sound Department
Ben Baird .... dubbing mixer
Adrian Bell .... sound recordist
Pat Boxshall .... dubbing editor
James Gibb .... sound trainee
Garie Kan .... sound maintenance
Jamie McPhee .... dubbing editor
Alexej Mungersdorff .... dubbing editor (as Alexej Müngersdorff)
Chips Paul .... dubbing mixer
Jee Lun Kan .... foley recordist/editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jonathan Wilson .... special effects trainee (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Zahra Al-Naib .... 3d artist (uncredited)
Barney Curnow .... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
Jean-Claude Deguara .... animation supervisor (uncredited)
Grainne Freeman .... digital compositor (uncredited)
David Jones .... visual effects (uncredited)
Neil Roche .... animator (uncredited)
Jean-Marc Bellu .... horse master
Kevin Butin .... stunt rider
Guillaume Castillon .... stunt rider
Damien Chauvet .... stunt rider
Christophe Clausier .... stunt rider
Gary Connery .... stunt coordinator
Patrice Cossoneau .... stunt rider (as Patrice Cossonneau)
Laurent Devrieze .... stunt rider
Rick English .... stunt performer
Ludovic Gortva .... stunt rider
Frédéric Laforet .... stunt rider (as Frederic Laforet)
Derek Lea .... stunt performer
Arnaud Leroux .... stunt rider
Pascal Madura .... horse master
Andreas Petrides .... stunt coordinator
Xavier Richez .... stunt rider
Arran Topham .... stunt performer (as Aran Topham)
Nicolas Triguer .... stunt rider
Pascal Trunkenwald .... stunt rider
Yann Vaille .... stunt rider
Romain Vergnaud .... stunt rider
Rick Manning .... action coordinator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Craig Atkinson .... grip
Gary Chaisty .... gaffer
Mark Day .... best boy
Shay Gallagher .... rigger
Gwilym Hoosen-Owen .... electrician (as Gwilym Hooson-Owen)
Katy Kardasz .... camera trainee
Ivan Meagher .... camera operator
Chris Samworth .... clapper loader
Gary Sheppeard .... assistant grip
Animation Department
Serena Cacciato .... animator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Bob Morris .... casting assistant
Sébastien Protat .... background casting (as Sebastien Protat)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Samantha Cousins .... wardrobe (as Sam Cousins)
Beth Johnson .... stand-by dresser
Heather Leat .... costume supervisor
Sekou Traore .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Mark Bright .... on-line editor
Mick Vincent .... colorist
Tom White .... assistant editor
Location Management
Midge Ferguson .... location manager
Music Department
Mikael Carlsson .... soundtrack producer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Matthew Jones .... runner driver
Richard J.R. Jones .... runner driver (as Richard Jones)
Brian Scott .... unit driver
Other crew
Gareth Brock .... accounts assistant
Polly Buckle .... head of development
Elise Carlier .... production coordinator: France
Marissa Cowell .... script supervisor
Julie Daly-Wallman .... script supervisor
Lowri Denman .... production runner
Marie Devautour .... background wrangler
Sarah Dollard .... assistant script editor
Natacha Fouquet .... production secretary
Anna Goodridge .... rushes runner
Jo Healy .... production coordinator
Ali Blodwen Jones .... floor runner
Sam Jones .... production assistant
Rachel Knight .... story editor
Claire Mitchell .... assistant accountant
Natalie Rogers .... drama coordinator: Shine
Chris Tarry .... production accountant
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

45 min | 48 min (DVD)
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Merlin:Why did you never return?
Balinor:I thought her life would be better without me.
Balinor:Uther wanted me dead. If he'd found me, he'd have killed me... and your mother. I wanted her to be safe.
Merlin:We could've come with you.
Balinor:And what kind of life would you have had here?
Merlin:We'd have been... happy. When we have finished in Camelot, I'm going to take you to Ealdor.
Balinor:She won't recognize me. I see her in you.
Balinor:You have her kindness.
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
One of the Best, 8 December 2012
Author: robcoxtwo from United States

Admittedly, I came into the Merlin series late, having only just finished the 3rd and 4th season on iTunes after having watched seasons 1 and 2 on Hulu. After finishing all the past seasons, I find myself going back to "The Last Dragonlord" and watching it over and over again, noticing new nuances every time I see it. In my opinion, it is the best show for character usage and development, storyline, and emotional impact. The range of emotions that Merlin shows in this episode run the entire gamut from sadness to happiness. The other characters support the storyline well and it's one of the best written episodes. I recommend it highly

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