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Age of the Dragons ()


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Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick, is recreated in a world where Captain Ahab and his crew search for a Great White Dragon.

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Ahab
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Stubb
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Ishmael
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Rachel
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Flask
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Queequeg (as John Kepa Kruse)
David Morgan ...
Starbuck
Raphael Cruz ...
Young Ahab
Yanique Bland ...
Ahab's Sister
Wayne Brennan ...
Elijah
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Peter Coffin
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Tashtego
Scott Chun ...
Daggoo
Amy Micalizio ...
Bar Maids
Brianne Aglaure ...
Bar Maids
Brandon Anderson ...
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Christian Purser ...
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Ryan Don Devey ...
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Valeria Madsen ...
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Preston Gibbs ...
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Mark Oliphant ...
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Gloria Hansen ...
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Ross Howard ...
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David Turley ...
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Chris Larsen ...
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Nathan Harward ...
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Erik Madsen ...
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Bar Maid (uncredited)

Directed by

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Ryan Little

Written by

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Gil Aglaure ... (story)
 
Anne K. Black ... (story)
 
McKay Daines ... (screenplay)
 
Herman Melville ... (novel)

Produced by

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Gil Aglaure ... executive producer
Devin Carter ... associate producer
McKay Daines ... producer
Steven A. Lee ... producer
Joe Pia ... executive producer
Peter Urie ... executive producer

Music by

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J Bateman

Film Editing by

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John Lyde

Editorial Department

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David Cummins ... digital color supervisor
Russ Lasson ... colorist / digital workflow engineer
Paul Tuft ... assistant colorist

Casting By

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Dominika Posserén
Kelly Wagner

Production Design by

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Debbie Farrer

Set Decoration by

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Anthony Straga

Costume Design by

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Anne Rose

Makeup Department

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Amber Arcury ... special makeup effects artist
Kevin Carter ... special effects contact lenses
Tiffany Correa ... assistant makeup artist (as Tiffany Vukich-Correa)
Chris Hanson ... special makeup effects supervisor
Jessica Lee ... assistant makeup artist
Laurie Vukich ... key makeup artist

Production Management

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Steven A. Lee ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Cody Harbaugh ... second assistant director
Troy Rohovit ... first assistant director
Peter Silberstein ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Bryce Bishop ... carpenter
Kory Lynn Hubbell ... concept artist
Jennifer Lee ... on-set dresser
Megan Lee ... prop assistant
Jonas Sappington ... on-set dresser
Bruce Wing ... property master

Sound Department

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Dan Carlisle ... adr mixer
Noel Espinosa ... boom operator
Matt Hovland ... adr mixer
Steven C. Laneri ... sound mixer
Dave Nelson ... adr recordist
John Sanacore ... foley mixer
Carlos Sanches ... re-recording mixer / sound designer / supervising sound editor
Jeff Shiffman ... sound effects editor
Alex Ullrich ... foley artist

Special Effects by

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Chuck Johnson ... special effects coordinator
Ryan Nunley ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Charles D. Allen Jr. ... texture artist
Rob Field ... visual effects artist
Matt Hoffman ... visual effects supervisor
Ammon Jones ... visual effects producer

Stunts

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Kevin L. Jackson ... stunt coordinator
Anthony King ... stunt double
Bill Leaman ... stunt rigger / utility stunts
Lane Leavitt ... stunt rigger
John Lyde ... stunt coordinator
Marcel Stucki ... utility stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alex Boynton ... second unit: key grip
Natalie Cass ... still photographer
Brandon Christensen ... second unit: first assistant camera
T.C. Christensen ... camera operator
Matthew Coles ... camera intern
Weston Critchfield ... camera intern
John Farr ... key grip
Glenn Fisk ... jib operator
David Forester ... second assistant camera
Brandon Gleave ... best boy electric
Dalan Granat ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Greg Kiefer ... director of photography: second unit
Byron D. Kirkland ... second unit: second assistant camera
Josh Lee ... electrician / second unit: key grip
Nathan D. Lee ... second assistant camera
John Lyde ... camera operator
Jason Painter ... first assistant camera
Glade Quinn ... best boy grip
John Raymer ... gaffer
Brian Sullivan ... camera operator
Charles Unice ... electrician
Craig C. Wallace ... second unit: gaffer

Animation Department

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Jarom Brand ... character artist
Timothy Ryan Hinton ... animator trainee
Mikhail E. Merkurieff ... key animator / modeling supervisor / texture artist

Casting Department

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Jeff Johnson ... casting director: Utah
Tye Nelson ... local casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sonja A. Nelson ... assistant costume designer

Music Department

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J Bateman ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Roger Larsen ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Camille Aglaure ... stand-in
Bryce Bishop ... craft service
Erich Cannon ... production assistant
Miaken Christensen ... production intern
Mike Feragan ... stand-in
Anthony King ... stand-in
Kristin Ludwin ... script supervisor
Loren Micalizio ... assistant production coordinator
Jennifer 'Iffer' Mitchell ... key craft service (as Jennifer Mitchell)
Jill Nunley ... production coordinator
Russell Nunley ... production assistant
Joe Pia ... business and legal affairs
Kyle Raney ... behind the scenes
Ashton Reiger ... stand-in
Jennifer Ricci ... production accountant
Arthur Van Wagenen ... associate business & legal
Dave Word ... stand-in

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Age of the Dragons is a re-imagining of Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick. Set in a mythical realm where Captain Ahab and crew hunt dragons for the vitriol that powers their world, Ishmael, a charismatic harpooner joins their quest. Ahab's adopted daughter Rachel, beautiful and tough, runs the hunting vessel. Ahab's obsession is to seek revenge on a great "White Dragon" that slaughtered his family when he was young and left his body scarred and mauled, drives the crew deeper into the heart of darkness. In the White Dragon's lair Ahab's secrets are revealed and Rachel must choose between following him on his dark quest or escaping to a new life with Ishmael. Written by M Daines

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Also Known As
  • Dragon Fire (United States)
  • Curse of the Dragon (United States)
  • The White Dragons (Philippines, English title)
  • Vremea dragonilor (Romania)
  • Era smoków (Poland)
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  • 91 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Danny Glover was available for only eleven days for filming, so they wrote into Ahab's backstory that he was burned by a dragon, and could not allow his skin to be exposed to the sun. The few scenes where you see his face, were indoors, at night, or during a snowstorm. The other scenes were played by a double, with the lines read by Glover in a studio on his last day of availability. See more »
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