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Video-game adaptation of The Golden Compass (2007) which also incorporates elements of the original novel, 'Northern Lights'.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alan Shearman ... Fra Pavel / Samoyed / Shaman (voice)
Anna Graves Anna Graves ... Bolvangar Nurse / Witch / Trollesund (voice)
April Stewart ... Witch / Maid / Nosy Shopper (voice)
Brian Bloom ... Boat Inspector / Samoyed / Trollesund (voice)
Brian George ... Gyptian Hunter / Gloomy Shopkeeper / Servant / Bear / Boat Inspector (voice)
Cameron Covell Cameron Covell ... Roger / Billy Costa (voice)
Cathy Cavadini ... Vala / Bolvanger Nurse / Tartar's Leopard (voice)
Chris Edgerly ... Lord Asriel / Drunken / Stumblebum / Gyptian Hunter / Tony Costa (voice)
Courtenay Taylor ... Disobedient Larry / Froederick / Tanner (voice)
Danny Mann ... Gyptian / Lab Technician / Steward (voice)
Dave B. Mitchell Dave B. Mitchell ... Jerry The Sailor / Jailor Bear / Tank Commander (voice)
Dakota Blue Richards ... Lyra Belacqua (voice)
Debi Derryberry ... Bridget McGinn / Kid Joe / Salcilia (voice)
Enn Reitel ... Machie Gun Tartar / Master's Companion / Prisoner (voice)
Erin Matthews ... Mrs. Coulter / Nurse (voice)

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Video-game adaptation of The Golden Compass (2007) which also incorporates elements of the original novel, 'Northern Lights'.

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Some footage left out of the finished film (the original order of the Bolvangar and Svaldard sequences, as well as some of the original ending) are included in the game. Currently, this is the only place to see these scenes. See more »


Spun-off from The Golden Compass (2007) See more »

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Spiritual- not religious
7 January 2009 | by CaramellaButterscotchSee all my reviews

We rented this movie and for one I can tell it would have been GREAT on a proper movie screen. It was still good on our flat screen, however. It was so much fun to watch and I thought "all parents would want their kids to see this" until the next day - today- when I looked it up and lo and behold- all this CONTROVERSY! Geez! I was really surprised! It was inspiring and uplifting and adventurous- all the things you think of with a really well done fantasy. I wonder if all that fuss was made about Peter Pan- 40 years ago!! Doubt it- as the "religious right" immoral majority didn't get so much press back then. Really! What about Cinderella and whoever that little lady who "whistles while she works" with all the birds singing with her. I guess that is heresy too! Anyway- Great movie- good for chilluns and even my husband enjoyed it. We look forward to the sequel and I certainly will check out the book series.. Aren't there FAR WORSE movies and books out there for the "Church" to get mad at?

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4 December 2007 (USA) See more »

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Shiny Entertainment See more »
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