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Krull [1983] (1 disc)

Director:Peter Yates
Writer:Stanford Sherman
Composer:James Horner
Length:121 minutes
(2 hours 1 minute)
MPAA Rating:PG
Suggested Event Use:Halloween
Sorting Category:Fantasy
Sorting Tub:Juliet
IMDB Rating:5.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:31%
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: The Beast interrupts the wedding between the heirs of two kingdoms in order to kidnap the bride.

Reaction: The story is very familiar, but the world that is created is quite captivating.

Personal Rating: 9/10

Peter Yates => Director
Stanford Sherman => Writer
James Horner => Composer
Alun Armstrong => Torquil
Andy Bradford => Darro
Belinda Mayne => Vella
Bernard Archard => Eirig
Bernard Bresslaw => Rell the Cyclops
Bill Weston => Menno
Bronco McLoughlin => Nennog
Clare McIntyre => Merith
David Battley => Ergo
Dicken Ashworth => Bardolph
Francesca Annis => Lyssa, Widow of the Web
Freddie Jones => Ynyr
Gerard Naprous => Quain
Graham McGrath => Titch
John Welsh => The Seer
Ken Marshall => Prince Colwyn
Liam Neeson => Kegan
Lindsay Crouse => Princess Lyssa (voice)
Lysette Anthony => Princess Lyssa
Michael Elphick => Rhun (voice)
Robbie Coltrane => Rhun
Todd Carty => Oswyn
Tony Church => Turold
Trevor Martin => The Beast (voice)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • [?] Frank Price, then-president of Columbia Pictures, determined that an unknown American actress would help state side ticket sales as opposed to an unknown English actress. With that logic in mind, Price met with Lysette Anthony and informed her that all of her dialogue had been dubbed by actress Lindsay Crouse. Anthony was totally unaware that her voice was to be dubbed prior to the meeting.
  • Last film of John Welsh.
  • The dub for the death screams of the Slayers was taken from the Mayar shrieks in At the Earth's Core.