Dragon Hunters

Dragon Hunters
Dragon Hunters

Year

2008

Duration

83 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

French

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Synopsis

Two burly dragon hunters embark on a magical quest beyond the Great Western Wall where the most dangerous dragon in the land is stirring. Zoe believes in fairytales and, cooped up in her uncle’s castle, she dreams of adventure and dragon hunting. When she meets Gwizdo and the formidable Lian Chu it seems that all her dreams will come true! Dragon Hunters is an action packed, thrilling and fast paced CGI animation ride that'll have you on the edge of your seats!

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Contains moderate fantasy threat.

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