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P-51 Dragon Fighter (2014)

As World War Two rages on, the allies are about to push the Nazis out of North Africa. That's when the Nazis turn up the heat, unleashing their secret Weapon - dragons.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Lt. John Robbins
... Rachel McKee
... Lt. Drake Holdrin
... Dr. Heinrich Gudrun (as Osman Soykut)
... Gen. Irwin Rommel
Thom Rachford ... General Ward
... Lt. Jake Kranston (as Clint Glenn Hummel)
... Lt. Jeff Campbell
... Sue Strickland
Stephen Suitts ... Lt. Arthur Marks
Anthony Dupray ... Lt. Bertrand Galieu
... Flt. Lt. Karl Kuttelwascher
Michael Hampton ... Plt. Off. Alistair Godfrey
... 2nd Lt. Robert Foy
... Flt. Lt. Millet


As World War Two rages on, the allies are about to push the Nazis out of North Africa. That's when the Nazis turn up the heat, unleashing their secret Weapon: DRAGONS!!! The allies quickly lose ground to the ancient monster, and are close to complete annihilation when the Allies put together a group of special fighter-pilots, specially trained to fight a beast everyone thought was a myth. Written by Pennywise

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Release Date:

19 August 2014 (USA)  »

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Dragons vs. Fighter Pilots  »

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The newborn male dragon already has the swastikas tattoos on his wings. How was that done before he was hatched and still in his egg? See more »


Allied aircraft in any group during World War 2 would have been painted to resemble each other, to assist identification and unit cohesion. In the film, each of the pilots' aircraft are different from each other. See more »

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Hire to fire
23 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Somewhere in Northern Africa, back in WW II. Nazis discovered dragon eggs, raised many grown up dragons a little later, and hire four witches to control the dragons by psychic powers. Then they attack allied forces, planes and tanks are destroyed by the fire of the mythic beasts, until a British general develops a cunning plan: shoot back...

Another trash movie from director Mark Atkins I remember best for 'Princess of Mars' and 'Sand Sharks'. The budget was obviously very low, for example the pilots in the cockpits are always shown in a close-up with a narrow focus range against a blue studio background, so nobody can see interior details of the planes. The acting is ridiculous, just for example take the the French pilot. Well, you knew from the subject of 'Dragons vs. Planes' it wouldn't be Shakespeare, still this is entertainment on a very modest level. The fantasy element of the co-operating witches is interesting, but will work better in a different background, i.e. a pure fantasy movie. The best scene of this movie was, which is telling a lot, the drinking contest. Maybe I'll recommend the same to 2 people I really don't like some time.

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