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Cocoon Comedy Drama Sci-Fi. Edit Storyline A King has made a pact with a dragon where he sacrfices virgins to it, and the dragon leaves his kingdom alone.
Taglines: Its talons tear. Its breath burns. It is terror. And only sorcery can destroy it. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Neil Marshall praised Vermithrax as "easily one of the best dragons in films ever.
The greatest screen dragon of all time," citing the creature's realism and sympathy. The subtitles say "Clearly outrageous".
Quotes Valerian : Are you afraid of dragons? Ulrich : [ confidently and calmly ] No. In fact, if it weren't for sorcerers, there wouldn't be any dragons.
The story, set in a fictional medieval kingdom, follows a young wizard who experiences danger and opposition as he attempts to defeat a dragon.
The second of two joint productions between Paramount and Disney the other being Popeye , Dragonslayer was more mature than most other Disney films of the period.
Because of audience expectations of the Disney name generally considered as solely children's entertainment at the time, the film's violence, adult themes and brief nudity were somewhat controversial for the company at the time even though Disney did not hold the US distribution rights.
The film was rated PG in the U. The special effects were created at Industrial Light and Magic , where Phil Tippett had co-developed an animation technique called go motion for The Empire Strikes Back Go motion is a variation on stop motion animation , and its use in Dragonslayer led to the film's nomination for the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects ; it lost to Raiders of the Lost Ark , the only other Visual Effects nominee that year, whose special effects were also provided by ILM.
A sixth-century post-Roman kingdom called Urland named after the River Ur, which runs through it  is being terrorized by a year-old dragon named "Vermithrax Pejorative".
An expedition led by a young man called Valerian seeks the last sorcerer , Ulrich of Cragganmore, for help.
Tyrian, the brutal and cynical Captain of Casiodorus' Royal Guard, has followed the expedition. He and his lieutenant Jerbul openly intimidate the wizard, doubtful of his abilities.
Ulrich invites Tyrian to stab him to prove his magical powers. Tyrian does so and Ulrich dies instantly, much to the horror of his young apprentice Galen Bradwarden and his elderly servant Hodge, who cremates Ulrich's body and places the ashes in a leather pouch.
Hodge informs Galen that Ulrich wanted his ashes spread over a lake of burning water. Galen is selected by the wizard's magical amulet as its next owner; encouraged, he journeys to Urland.
On the way, he discovers Valerian is really a young woman, who is disguised to avoid being selected in the lottery. In an effort to discourage the expedition, Tyrian kills Hodge—who, just before dying, hands Galen the pouch of ashes.
Arriving in Urland, Galen inspects the dragon's lair and magically seals — he thinks — its entrance with an avalanche.
Casiodorus guesses that Galen is not a real wizard and complains that his attack may have angered the dragon instead of killing it, as his own brother and predecessor once did.
The king confiscates the amulet and imprisons Galen. His daughter, Princess Elspeth, visits Galen—initially to taunt him.
Instead, she is shocked when he informs her of rumors that the lottery is rigged; it excludes her name, and those who are rich enough to bribe the king into disqualifying their children.
Her father is unable to lie convincingly when she confronts him over this. Meanwhile, the dragon frees itself from its prison and causes an earthquake.
Galen narrowly escapes from his prison, but without the amulet. The village priest, Brother Jacopus, leads his congregation to confront the dragon, denouncing it as the Devil , but the dragon incinerates him and then heads for the village of Swanscombe, burning all in its path.
When the lottery begins anew, Elspeth rigs the draw so that only her name can be chosen. Consequently, King Casiodorus returns the amulet to Galen so that he might save Elspeth.
Galen uses the amulet to enchant a heavy spear that had been forged by Valerian's father which he had dubbed Sicarius Dracorum , or "Dragonslayer" with the ability to pierce the dragon's armored hide.
Valerian gathers some molted dragon scales to create a shield for Galen. Valerian laments now that her gender cover is blown, she'll be eligible for the lottery since she herself is still a virgin, and that Galen has fallen in love with Princess Elspeth.
Galen admits he has fallen in love, but it's Valerian, not Elspeth, he's in love with. The couple kiss, thus realizing their romantic feelings for each other.
Attempting to rescue Elspeth, Galen fights Tyrian and kills him emerging victorious. The Princess, however, is determined to make amends for all the girls whose names have been chosen in the past; she descends into the dragon's cave and to her death.
Galen follows her and finds a brood of young dragons feasting on her corpse. He kills them and finds Vermithrax resting by an underground lake of fire.
He manages to wound the dragon, but the spear is broken. Only Valerian's shield saves him from incineration. After his failure to kill Vermithrax, Valerian convinces Galen to leave Swanscombe with her.
As both prepare to depart, the amulet gives Galen a vision which explains his teacher's final wishes: He used Galen to deliver him to Urland.
Ulrich had asked that his ashes be spread over "burning water", which is in the dragon's cave. Galen realizes that the wizard had planned his own death and cremation, realizing he was too old and frail to make the journey.
Galen returns to the cave. When he spreads the ashes over the fiery lake, the wizard is resurrected within the flames.
Ulrich reveals that his time is short and that Galen must destroy the amulet "when the time is right". The wizard then transports himself to a mountaintop, where he summons a storm and confronts Vermithrax.
After a brief battle, the monster snatches the old man and flies away with him. Cued by Ulrich, Galen crushes the amulet with a rock.
The wizard's body explodes and kills the dragon, whose corpse falls out of the sky. In the aftermath, villagers inspecting the wreckage credit God with the victory.
The king arrives and drives a sword into the dragon's broken carcass to claim the glory for himself. As Galen and Valerian leave Urland together, he confesses that he misses both Ulrich and the amulet.
He says, "I just wish we had a horse. According to Hal Barwood , he and Matthew Robbins got the inspiration for Dragonslayer from The Sorcerer's Apprentice sequence in Fantasia , and later came up with a story after researching St.
George and the Dragon. Barwood and Robins rejected the traditional conceptions of the medieval world in order to give the film more realism: "our film has no knights in shining armor, no pennants streaming in the breeze, no delicate ladies with diaphonous veils waving from turreted castles, no courtly love, no holy grail.
Instead we set out to create a very strange world with a lot of weird values and customs, steeped in superstition, where the clothes and manners of the people were rough, their homes and villages primitive and their countryside almost primeval, so that the idea of magic would be a natural part of their existence.
Barwood and Robins began to hastily work on the story outline on June 25, and completed in early August. They received numerous refusals from various film studios, due to their inexperience in budget negotiations.
The screenplay was eventually accepted by Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney Productions , becoming the two studios' second joint effort after the film Popeye.
Twenty-five percent of the film's budget went into the special effects to bring the dragon to life. Graphic artist David Bunnett was assigned to design the look of the dragon, and was fed ideas on the mechanics on how the dragon would move, and then rendered the concepts on paper.
It was decided early on in production that as the film's most important sequence would have been the final battle, it was deemed necessary to design a dragon with an emphasis on its flying abilities.
Bunnett also designed the dragon to have a degree of personality, deliberately trying to avoid creating something like the titular creature from Alien , which he believed was "too hideous to look at".
After Bunnett handed his storyboard panels to the film crew, it was decided that the dragon would have to be realized with a wide variety of techniques: the resulting dragon on film is a composite of several different models.
Phil Tippett of ILM finalized the dragon's design, and sculpted a reference model which Danny Lee of Disney Studios closely followed in constructing the larger dragon props for closeup shots.
Two months later, Lee's team finished building a sixteen-foot head and neck assembly, a twenty-foot tail, thighs and legs, claws capable of grabbing a man, and a foot-wide 9.
The parts were flown to Pinewood Studios outside London in the cargo hold of a Boeing Brian Johnson was hired to supervise the special effects, and began planning both on and off-set effects with various special effects specialists.
Dennis Muren , the effects cameraman, stated, "We knew the dragon had a lot more importance to this film than some of the incidental things that appeared in only a few shots in Star Wars or The Empire Strikes Back.
The dragon had to be presented in a way that the audience would be absolutely stunned. After the completion of principal shooting, a special effects team of eighty people at ILM studios in northern California worked eight months in producing composite shots of the dragon.
Chris Walas sculpted and operated the dragon head used for close-up shots. The head measured eight feet in length.
The model was animated by a combination of radio controls, cable controls, air bladders, levers and by hand, thus giving the illusion of a fully coordinated face with a wide range of expression.
The animals used for the dragon's vocalizations included lions, tigers, leopards, jaguars, alligators, pigs, camels, and elephants.
Phil Tippett built a model for the scenes in which the dragon would be required to walk. Tippett did not want to use standard stop motion animation techniques, and had his team build a dragon model which would move during each exposure rather than in between as was once the standard.
This process, named "go motion" by Tippett, recorded the creature's movements in motion as a real animal would move, and removed the jerkiness common in prior stop motion films.
Ken Ralston was assigned to the flying scenes. He built a model with an articulated aluminum skeleton in order to give it a wide range of motion.
Ralston shot films of birds flying in order to incorporate their movements into the model. As with the walking dragon, the flying model was filmed using go-motion techniques.
The camera was programmed to tilt and move at various angles in order to convey the sensation of flight.
Peter MacNicol first met Robbins while waiting to audition for the pilot film of Breaking Away , and agreed to take part in Dragonslayer , despite having a dislike for performing magic tricks.
MacNicol had to learn horse riding , both English style and bareback for the role. MacNicol found this difficult, saying that "They took away my stirrups, they took away my reins and whipped the horse, and then they told me to windmill my arms and turn a complete circle in the saddle.
Then they took away the saddle! Caitlin Clarke was initially hesitant to involve herself in the film, as she was preparing to audition for a play in Chicago.
Her agent insisted, though, and after doing an audition tape, was called back for more tests. Clarke failed them, but managed to pass after doing another test at Robbins' insistence.
She got on well with Ralph Richardson , and stated that he taught her more in one rehearsal than in years of acting classes.
Elliot Scott was hired to design the sets of the film's sixth-century world. He temporarily converted the 13th-century Dolwyddelan Castle into Ulrich's ramshackle sixth-century fortress, much to the surprise of the locals.
Next, Scott built the entire village of Swanscombe on a farmside outside London.