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DragonBlade (2005)

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.


Antony Szeto


Trevor Morris (English translation), Trevor Morris (screenplay) | 2 more credits »

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Credited cast:
Karen Mok ... Yingying (voice)
Daniel Wu ... Hung Lang (voice)
Stephen Fung ... Hung Lang (Cantonese Voice)
Sandra Kwan Yue Ng ... Bali-Ba (Cantonese Voice)
Sui-man Chim ... Master Wu (Cantonese Voice) (as Jim Chim)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Doug Baker ... Lord Ko (voice)
Sam Bobertz Sam Bobertz ... Short Youngster (voice)
Stephen Bolton Stephen Bolton ... Mr. Hung / Guardian Spirit (character movement)
Simon Broad Simon Broad ... Sifu (voice)
Anna May Chan Anna May Chan ... (voice)
Anson Chan Anson Chan ... (voice)
Victor Chan Victor Chan ... Masu (character movements)
Matthew Cheung Matthew Cheung ... Ari (character movement)
Amy Chum Amy Chum ... Mrs. Hung (character movement)
David E. Collier ... Lord Ko (character movement) (as David Collier)


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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Plot Keywords:

sword | surrealism | china | asia | warrior | See All (25) »


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Hong Kong


English | Mandarin | Cantonese

Release Date:

6 January 2005 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Dragon Blade: The Beginning See more »

Filming Locations:

Beijing, China See more »


Box Office


$10,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$20,767 (Hong Kong), 7 January 2005, Limited Release
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Company Credits

Production Co:

DCDC,China Film See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


First 3-D animated movie from Hong Kong or China. See more »

Crazy Credits

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


Spoofs Goodfellas (1990) See more »

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Great success
12 January 2005 | by eViLBaNaNaSSee all my reviews

Dragonblade (Chinese Version) is great success; the fighting scenes are filled with excitement, tension and romance. I was invited to the Dragonblade Charity Premiere (in Hong Kong) and I watched the movie before it was released in the cinemas. The sounding could have been so much better, however, we watched it in a lousy cinema, but if you watch this movie in a good cinema, the sounding would be so much better.

The movie is filled with a great deal of Hong Kong humor and however the language is awfully vulgar (especially for kids, but they wouldn't understand those jokes). This movie is spectacularly hilarious, and I would like to watch the English version of Dragonblade. Apparently, the English version of Dragonblade is much better than the Chinese version, because the movie was originally English. This movie is going to be released internationally, and it is going to be a very successful animation movie. I am truly impressed by the standard of this movie; you would not expect such a good movie made entirely by Hong Kong animators. This film should be internationally recognized, because the standard of this film is definitely high compared to other Hong Kong movies. Although it may not be as good as 'The Incredibles' or 'Monsters Inc.', as in storyline, the fighting scenes are completely worth watching, and the jokes will definitely crack you up!!! The story is quite basic and straightforward, there are no complicated or confusing scenes, which is good in a way. I would recommend this movie to everybody, especially Hong Kong viewers, because they should be proud of the Hong Kong animators, this film is produced and made in Hong Kong. I would recommend this movie to animation lovers and mainly teenagers, because the language to quite vulgar for young kids.

Dragonblade is a fantastic sensation! Congratulations to Wendy Choi!

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