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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Fra Pavel / Samoyed / Shaman (voice)
Anna Graves ... Bolvangar Nurse / Witch / Trollesund (voice)
... Witch / Maid / Nosy Shopper (voice)
... Boat Inspector / Samoyed / Trollesund (voice)
... Gyptian Hunter / Gloomy Shopkeeper / Servant / Bear / Boat Inspector (voice)
... Roger / Billy Costa (voice)
... Vala / Bolvanger Nurse / Tartar's Leopard (voice)
... Lord Asriel / Drunken / Stumblebum / Gyptian Hunter / Tony Costa (voice)
... Disobedient Larry / Froederick / Tanner (voice)
Danny Mann ... Gyptian / Lab Technician / Steward (voice)
Dave B. Mitchell ... Jerry The Sailor / Jailor Bear / Tank Commander (voice)
... Lyra Belacqua (voice)
... Bridget McGinn / Kid Joe / Salcilia (voice)
... Machie Gun Tartar / Master's Companion / Prisoner (voice)
... Mrs. Coulter / Nurse (voice)


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4 December 2007 (USA)  »

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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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Excellent and Thought-Provoking
1 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

I've not read the books, yet, but this movie will see me in the book store tomorrow. There is nothing overtly anti-religious in the movie, though any challenge to authority or dogma (which this movie champions) tends to be interpreted as anti-religious.

In addition, the performances turned in by the cast are nothing short of stellar, and this includes the voice-overs for the CGI characters. And speaking of CGI, there are very few scenes without CGI. And of that CGI, it is among the best I've seen so far. Some of it is simply eye-popping, especially the attention to detail. For example, we've all seen how, as we walk though snow, the snow scatters ahead of us as we step, sometimes rolling into little balls. Such details are not lost in this movie.

There are violent scenes in the movie, along with startling and scary moments. Small children might be upset by some of this, but my 7 and 9 year old did very well with it.

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