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Workers in an underground lab fight for their lives against a cloned dragon they created.

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Capt. David Carver
Kristine Byers ...
Dr. Meredith Winter
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Dr. Ian Drackovitch
Marcus Aurelius ...
Dr. Greg Travis
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Kevin Korisch
Vesela Dimitrova ...
Bailey Kent (as Vassela Dimitrova)
Hristo Shopov ...
Capt. Sergei Petrov
Chuck Eckert ...
Cookie
Kelly Wilborn ...
Dying Mother
Hector Kleist ...
Knight #1
John Barnsall ...
Knight #2
Chad Boyer ...
Knight #3
Matthew Coe ...
Knight #4
Matt Harris ...
Knight #5
Darius Kerns ...
Knight #6
Harold McBain ...
Knight #7
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Radiation man (uncredited)

Directed by

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Phillip J. Roth

Written by

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Michael Johnston ... (screenplay) (as Micheal Baldwin)
 
Phillip J. Roth ... (screenplay) (as Phillip Roth)

Produced by

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Jeffery Beach ... producer
Dean Cain ... producer
John Capilla ... line producer
Janine M. Clark ... line producer
Melanie J. Elin ... producer
James Hollensteiner ... executive producer (as Jim Hollensteiner)
Thomas J. Niedermeyer Jr. ... executive producer
Ken Olandt ... executive producer
T.J. Sakasegawa ... associate producer
Richard Smith ... executive producer
Plamen Voynovsky ... co-producer

Music by

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Anthony Riparetti ... (as Tony Riparetti)

Cinematography by

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Todd Barron

Film Editing by

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David Flores
Christian McIntire

Editorial Department

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Greg Babor ... assistant editor
David Block ... colorist (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Kes Bonnet

Art Direction by

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Boris Michaels

Costume Design by

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Irina Kotcheva ... (as Irene Sinclair)

Makeup Department

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Francie Hart ... makeup department head
Mariana Love ... key hair stylist / key makeup artist

Production Management

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Vladimir Voynovsky ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Victor Bojinov ... first assistant director
Todor Chapkanov ... second assistant director
Hristo Dimitrov ... assistant director
Alexander Kossev ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Kory Angels ... set dresser
John Ayerman ... set dresser
Bogdan Bogdanov ... carpenter
Bodie Bran ... carpenter
Dean Chevys ... set dresser
Marvin Dresser ... set dresser
Fred Flutie ... foreman
Steve Georgie ... construction coordinator
Oliver Johnson ... lead set dresser
John Miter ... property master
Dina Ogden ... set dresser
Mike Oslan ... set dresser
Piper Penderghast ... set dresser
Danny Peters ... carpenter
Dimiter Petkov ... set dresser (as Dorian Peters)
Vladimir Petkov ... carpenter
Boris Planter ... swing
Nikolay Popov ... assistant property master (as Nicholas Belvedere)
John Prolen ... set dresser
Marvin Rankin ... swing
Theo Shiner ... carpenter
Todor Tunov ... set dresser
George Valerie ... set dresser
Lad Valient ... set dresser
Marion Valkerie ... swing

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Ulysses Argetta ... digital compositor
Steven M. Blasini ... visual effects coordinator
Yancy Calzada ... visual effects supervisor: American team
David Chan ... digital compositor: American team
Vince Di Meglio ... digital compositor
Harry Eisenstein ... 3D animation
Steve Graves ... digital compositor
Bradley Mullennix ... digital artist: consultant
James Perry ... visual effects supervisor: American team
Iva Petkova ... visual effects
Jason Shulman ... digital artist: American team
Alvaro Villagomez ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Raicho Vasilev ... stunt performer
Kaloian Vodenicharov ... stunts
Yordan Zahariev ... stunt coordinator (as Jordan Harris)

Camera and Electrical Department

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John Angelo ... best boy electric
Tony Basil ... loader
Fidel Canstro ... electrician
George Carter ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Jesus Chavez ... second assistant camera
Georgy Dimitrov ... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as George Dimitrov)
Vasil Galabov ... key grip
Val Gavin ... key grip
Robert Grekov ... electrician (as Robert Gecko)
Alexander Johnson ... first assistant camera
Angel Johnson ... gaffer
Jimmy Johnson ... grip
Kurt Johnson ... best boy grip
Liam Kibbutz ... lighting technician
Erwin Lanzensberger ... Steadicam operator
Donny May ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Alexander Rummy ... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Alexander Crummy)
Miroslav Stoilov ... video assist (as Ross Stanley)
Simon Varsano ... still photographer
Boris Vassilev ... electric trainer (as Bobby Vase)

Casting Department

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Alexander Kossev ... extras casting director

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Lana Gersh ... set costumer
Anna Stephanie ... wardrobe supervisor

Transportation Department

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Nikolai Milev ... driver: cast
Alexander Peytchev ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Cherise Honey ... assistant: Mr. Beach
Krasimira Karachorova ... script supervisor (as Krassimira Carmen)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A group of scientists, working in a deep underground lab, clones and hatches a 1,000-year-old dragon, after finding its remains in a cavern in southern England. After the critter goes from one cell to full grown in 3 hours, it goes on a rampage, killing most of the scientists and escaping to the surface. Naturally, bullets don't faze it at all. Our Intrepid Hero helps kill if before it can menace all mankind. Sort of "Alien" meets "Reign of Fire". Written by fgunther

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Taglines There can be only one dominant species. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Łowca smoków (Poland)
  • Sárkányölő (Hungary)
  • Истребитель драконов (Russia)
  • O mythikos drakos (Greece)
  • Ο μυθικός δράκος (Greece)
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Runtime
  • 85 min
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Budget $3,000,000 (estimated)

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Trivia The split screens were added in the edit as an attempt to make the "talking heads" scenes more interesting. See more »
Goofs There is a fusion explosion in the lab, with power half the Hiroshima bomb. After it's exploded, rescuers find another lab just 30 meters below explosion point. The lab is still quite operational, and even the second dragon is alive and well. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Episode #29.11 (2003). See more »
Crazy Credits No animals, including dragons, were injured in the making of this motion picture. See more »

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