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The Crystal Calls 

Desperate to save one of their own, the Skeksis make a deal with Aughra. Rian and Deet continue their search for the Dual Glaive.

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Louis Leterrier

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Jeffrey Addiss (developed by), Will Matthews (developed by) | 8 more credits »
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Nathalie Emmanuel ... Deet (voice)
Beccy Henderson ... Deet / Bobb'N / Naia - puppeteer
Taron Egerton ... Rian (voice)
Neil Sterenberg ... Rian / Tavra / Gruenak #2 / The Scroll-Keeper - puppeteer
Louise Gold Louise Gold ... Maudra-Argot / The Gourmand - puppeteer
Charlie Condou ... Mitjan (voice)
Victor Yerrid ... Mitjan / The Ritual Master / Hup / Kylan - puppeteer
James Dreyfus ... Lath'N (voice)
Warrick Brownlow-Pike ... Lath'N / The Chamberlain / Red-Haired Paladin / Podling Servant #1 - puppeteer
Alice Dinnean ... Bobb'N / Brea / Maudra Fara / The Ornamentalist - puppeteer
Ralph Ineson ... The Hunter (voice)
Kevin Clash ... The Hunter / Gruenak #1 / The General / Librarian - puppeteer
Gugu Mbatha-Raw ... Seladon (voice)
Helena Smee ... Seladon / The Collector - puppeteer
Anya Taylor-Joy ... Brea (voice)
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Desperate to save one of their own, the Skeksis make a deal with Aughra. Rian and Deet continue their search for the Dual Glaive.

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The Ritual Master: No Skeksis has died in a thousand trine! Not since... the beginning.
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Surprisingly the best episode of the series
13 August 2020 | by yavermbiziSee all my reviews

This episode flows quite well, but it's not even that which makes me like it so much: it seems to me that this episode is what the series would've been, were it not for its repeated swings towards the infantile. No Podlings spilling stuff all over themselves or Skeksis oozing or eating pus - just a well-crafted, thoughtful plot, where all sides have their appropriate agenda and work towards it as best as they can, on the road to the final battle.

With that said, the execution of the plot isn't always great, and sometimes rather goofy, and Deet's "fathers" remain to me a questionable insertion.


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30 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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