The Flight Of Dragons
Alternate Title: Flight of the DragonThe Flight Of Dragons (Flight of the Dragon) (1982) Feature Length Direct-To-Video Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Rankin-Bass Productions
- Warner Bros.
- Feature Length Direct-To-Video Animated Film
- Cartoon Characters: Peter Dickenson, Ommadon, Red Wizard, Carolinus, Green Wizard, Sir Orin Neville Smythe, Giles, Danielle, Arak, Gorbash, Smrgol, Princess Melisande, Pawnbroker, King Solarian, King Lotigal, Antiquity, Bryagh.
- Vocal Talent: John Ritter (Peter Dickenson), James Earl Jones (Ommadon), Harry Morgan (Carolinus), Bob McFadden (Sir Orin Neville Smythe), Don Messick (Giles), Nellie Bellflower (Danielle), Victor Buono (Arak), Cosie Costa (Gorbash), James Gregory (Smrgol), Alexandra Stoddart (Princess Melisande), Larry Storch (Pawnbroker), Jack Lester, Ed Peck.
- Directed By Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr.
- Produced By Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass.
Associate Producers: Masaki Iizuka, Lee Dannacher.
- Animated By Fumihiko Takayama, Katsuhisa Yamada (Animation Directors).
- Written By Romeo Muller, Jeffrey Walker.
Based on the Novel The Flight of the Dragons By: Peter Dickinson.
Also Based on the Novel The Dragon and the George By: Gordon R. Dickson.
- Production Designer: Arthur Rankin, Jr.
- Character Designer: Lester Abrams.
- Continuity: Don Duga.
- Recording Engineers: John Curcio, John Richards, Dave Iveland.
- Sound Effects: Tom Clack.
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Combine expert storytelling from Rankin/Bass ("Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," "The Last Unicorn") and storybook-come-to-life animation from Japan's Topcraft Studios -- predecessor of Studio Ghibli ("My Neighbour Totoro," "Spirited Away") -- and the result is a... (more)