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Before The Hammer...Came The Sword.
The young Norse god Thor embarks on a quest with his brother Loki to find and recover a legendary sword. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Matthew Wolf ... Thor (voice) (as Matt Wolf)

Rick Gomez ... Loki (voice)

Tara Strong ... Sif (voice)

Alistair Abell ... Fandral (voice)
Paul Dobson ... Hogun (voice)
Brent Chapman ... Volstagg (voice)

Chris Britton ... Odin (voice)
Ron Halder ... Algrim (voice)

Cathy Weseluck ... Brunhilde / Additional Voice (voice)

Michael Dobson ... Geirmarr / Additional Voice (voice)

John Novak ... Thrym / Additional Voice (voice)

Mark Acheson ... Additional Voice (voice)

Ashleigh Ball ... Amora / Additional Voice (voice)
Brian Drummond ... Fenris / Additional Voice (voice)
Mark Gibbon ... Additional Voice (voice)

Jillian Michaels ... Additional Voices (voice)

Ty Olsson ... Additional Voice (voice) (as Ty Olson)
Venus Terzo ... Additional Voice (voice)

Directed by
Sam Liu 
Writing credits
Greg Johnson (screen story) &
Craig Kyle (screen story)

Greg Johnson (screenplay)

Jack Kirby  characters
Stan Lee  characters

Produced by
Kevin Feige .... executive producer
Joshua Fine .... associate producer
Gary Hartle .... producer
Craig Kyle .... supervising producer
Stan Lee .... co-executive producer
Eric S. Rollman .... executive producer
Carrie Wassenaar .... line producer
Original Music by
Guy Michelmore (music composed by)
Film Editing by
George Rizkallah  (as George P. Rizkallah)
Casting by
Jamie Simone 
Production Management
Meryl Friedenthal .... production management: Lionsgate
Cory Gustke .... production manager
Ken Katsumoto .... executive in charge of production: Lionsgate
Art Department
Nollan Obena .... background designer
James Peters .... color designer
Adam Van Wyk .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
David W. Barr .... adr recording engineer (as David Barr)
Mike Draghi .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Draghi .... supervising sound editor
Chris Egert .... adr recordist
Diana Gage .... recording producer: Vancouver
Sean Kelley .... assistant dialogue recording engineer
Melissa Kennelly .... foley artist
Shawn Kennelly .... supervising foley editor/foley mixer
Eric Lewis .... dialogue recording engineer
Laura Lopez .... sound production coordinator
Laura Macias .... foley artist (as Laura Macia)
Vince Nicastro .... foley artist
Terry Reiff .... dialogue editor
Derek Seaborn .... recording engineer: Vancouver
Derek Simpson .... recording engineer: Vancouver
Visual Effects by
Thomas D. Moser .... visual effects
Animation Department
Phillip Bourassa .... character designer (as Phil Bourassa)
Kimberly Bowles .... character design assist (as Kim Bowles)
Geitta Chiba .... key animator
Atsuhiko Hara .... key animator
Shinji Matsuda .... key animator
Kirk Tingblad .... animation director
Kenichi Watanabe .... key animator
Shinichi Yoshikawa .... key animator
Casting Department
Diana Gage .... casting: Vancouver
Theresa MacFarlane .... casting: InterPacific Productions
Editorial Department
Ken Cravens .... additional editing
Music Department
James Fitzpatrick .... music contractor
Jan Holzner .... score recording engineer
Rachel James .... copyist (as Rachel Grave)
Rachel James .... orchestrator (as Rachel Grave)
Rachel James .... score preparation (as Rachel Grave)
David Ari Leon .... music supervisor
Other crew
Richard W. Densmore .... technical advisor
Jamie Simone .... voice director
Joel Thingvall .... story editor

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USA:77 min
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10 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
A Brash youth must learn to use his power wisely, 26 May 2011
Author: mligorio from United States

I got this film purely by accident, thinking it was going to be the another Thor movie that has just been released. Ever since childhood, I have been repeatedly surprised by how many books/movies/songs that I never wanted in the first place turned out to be good when I reluctantly decided to give them a try.

My first impression was that this was going to be just another silly story for kids, because we see Thor as a brash youth. I was tempted to turn it off after only a few minutes, but I'm glad I stuck with it. I suspected, of course, that the story was going to show how Thor grew up and became the hero we know him to be today, but I didn't know exactly how that transition would take place.

Presumably, after taking a few blows on his chin, he was simply going to pick up his hammer and crush evil into submission, convincingly proving once again that 'might makes right'. And, if that were all there is to this story, I wouldn't be recommending that you watch it yourself or show it to your kids.

Like most youths, Thor has a sense of ambition and adventure that ultimately gets him into trouble. But Thor is not an ordinary youth, being the son of Odin, his rash actions place the entire kingdom of Asgard in grave danger. It is at this point, when he accepts responsibility for his own actions, that we see his remarkable transition from boy to man. In fact, we are impressed when he proves to have the wisdom of a man many years his senior.

So, as it turns out, the moral is the same as in other superhero stories, that is, having great power isn't what counts the most, but rather knowing how to use it wisely is. I have read more than my fair share of comics, even as an adult, so this theme isn't really news to me. This time, however, I saw it from a different perspective, through the eyes of an adolescent who had to learn the lesson the hard way. And, then I saw something I had been missing all these years. I knew the part about the hero forgiving the bad guys, but I realize now that what is more important is that Thor forgave himself. This sense of compassion is perhaps the main reason why Thor goes on to be a great hero, while his brother Lochi eventually becomes a villain.

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