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Dragons from the and the World

Name: Dragonslayer
Production: Paramount
Director: Matthew Robbins
Theatrical Release Date: June 26, 1981
DVD Release Date: October 21, 2003
Genre: Fantasy
Rated: PG
Running time: 109 min.
Budget Estimate: $18 Million

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Ulrich the magician

A dragon's tooth

Valerian (as a man)


Galen / Ulrich

You can do me no harm...

Apparently, he could
(Ulrich's funeral pyre)

A virgin sacrifice


Hodge dying

Magical landslide to seal the dragon's lair

Valerian (as a woman)

The King and his court

Princess Elspeth

Pissed dragon

A dragonslayer lance

A lottery is used to chose the virgin

The princess is selected

Dragon hatchlings eating the princess

Vermithrax Pejorative

Ulrich resurrection

The dragon is killed